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D-Link DWA-125 Wireless 150 USB Adapter 802.11g/b "windows 98"

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SOURCE: DWA-130 work on WRT54G router?

Yes, the WRT54G router will support all 802.1 complaint devices, including the DWA-130 wireless n.  You will however not achieve 'n' speeds, only the fastest speed supported by the router which is 54G.

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: unable to instal d-link usb adapter dwa 110 for Windows Vista

hi,can any help me with the problem i have problem not play audio

Posted on Dec 20, 2008

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hamster47

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SOURCE: can i use a d-link 150 usb adapter for a linsky wireless router

Don't see why not.

Posted on Jun 13, 2010

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SOURCE: wireless 150 USB adapter D-Link DWA-125 in Mac OS X 10.6??

i found a solution in another web site see if helps
http://torley.com/how-i-got-my-wireless-g-usb-adapter-working-with-a-mac

Posted on Jul 26, 2010

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SOURCE: Just bought a D-Link DWA-125 Wireless 150 USB

A little more info would be helpful. What speed do you consider slow? Also, what web sites are you visiting? Finally, have you confirmed that you have the latest driver software installed for the adapter and is your windows (and browser) software up to date? Check Windows Task manager (Control-shift-escape) to see if your PC is already suffering from high utilization, the wireless adapter will drive it a bit higher. If you have several apps running in the background that are driving utilization up try stopping them. You may have to choose between convenience and performance if you are pushing the PC too hard.

Posted on Sep 19, 2010

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I cant install my D-link because I do not have the cd that came with it. What can I do?

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Just bought a D-Link DWA-125 Wireless 150 USB Adapter. My internet speed is slow and often the web browser freezes. When I connect direct I have no issues.

A little more info would be helpful. What speed do you consider slow? Also, what web sites are you visiting? Finally, have you confirmed that you have the latest driver software installed for the adapter and is your windows (and browser) software up to date? Check Windows Task manager (Control-shift-escape) to see if your PC is already suffering from high utilization, the wireless adapter will drive it a bit higher. If you have several apps running in the background that are driving utilization up try stopping them. You may have to choose between convenience and performance if you are pushing the PC too hard.
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