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Most likely, yes. At the very least, you'll need the driver for it. As for the wireless configuration software, you will probably have your choice of using either the Netgear provided software or the software built into Windows XP.
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Microsoft Windows Vista and Windows 7 does not include native drivers for the Del True Mobile 1450 USB Wireless adapter and there will be no 1450 USB Wireless adapter drivers available from Dell that are compatible with the Windows Vista or Winds 7 Operating System.
There will be no support for the Dell True Mobile 1450 USB Wireless adapter in Windows Vista or Windows 7.
For 1450 USB Wireless adapter drivers for Windows XP 32bit Click Here.
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