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Should a Linksys Wireless Adapter function with a Netgear Wireless Router? How would you make it work? Thanks. Vernell

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If the adapter uses the 'G' protocol, and the router uses the same protocol (or accepts both 'B' and 'G'), then the two devices will be compatible.

Access the LINKSYS web-site, and download the device-drivers for your specific wireless adapter, and install the device-drivers.

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Yes, Most adapters will work with most routers - and comply with the 801.11 standard - The only issue will be if you have an "N" adapter only The router is compatible with 802.11b and g
Making it work - you should be able to detect the signal from your router and enter the wireless security key (often written on the bottom of the router)

Posted on Sep 28, 2010

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