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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: d-link dwa-130 wirless
The Dlink DWA-130 is an antenna designed to pick up long range signals from gateway sources. I use it as my primary internet access here in Korea and it does the job it is supposed to. It was not designed to be primarily a short range device, however a person can adjust the power settings in the device driver under Device Manager. The problems people are mentioning about audio cutting off is not due to anything other then the operating system ( not the device driver for DWA-130 ) not responding well to new sources. I have seen all the issues mentioned so far. It works so well I am thinking about buying another one to test co-phasing them... That might be a while yet tho. What I am wondering is, did anyone else besides myself notice the lack of driver installation from the driver CD into Vista. I've had my DWA-130 for about a year now and it is exposed to winter temps and summer rain covered only by a plastic garbage bad for protection. Still working great and I use it constantly. I have seen 400 kB/s using this device ( yes I wrote that correctly ) which is 4 times the speed of my old wired Motorola cable modem.
Posted on May 09, 2008
SOURCE: D-Link DWA-130 running Vista
OK!! I figured it out!! Ok you need to go to the Dlink web site, cursor over to the tech support tab, on the drop down select DOWNLOADS, enter your Dlink wireless adaptor version(you'll need the box for these steps), ok now in the new window click downloads, choose and download the 130 one not the beta version, have a flash usb ready and save all downloaded files to ur usb flash, next insert your usb flash on ur laptop, open my computer select ur removable drive and double click the dlink software, after you do this it should bypass that prompt screen and you'll be able to continue your setup for your Dlink wireless adaptor.........hope it works for you cause it worked for me.....
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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