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Vista compatible My Linksys USB 10mb Network Adapter is not vista compatible and there is no compatible driver to download. Any other product out there?

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  • AdmanP Nov 28, 2007

    Yes. Not Vista compatible no updated driver to be posted. Any other device?

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Did u check the manufacturing Web site for the devices Driver..

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