I looked and searched that website for wrvsn and found very little about it on that forum except for the few mentions of this router posted by you. I am sure you will know which one when you read it because it is about the same problems I am reporting here. DocLarge Premium Member Feb 9: But I cannot recommend it at this time. Only time will tell when I get the 2nd replacement router to try out.
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Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. Overall, I like the router I’ve got one. It can be better as anything but only if we can get users to let us know what the issues are. On this particular model, there is a switch on the side for the wifi power windpws and off as well as a button that probably resets the wifi modem, however since this notebook doesn’t have an internal wifi card, that switch seems to do nothing.
Nothing but constant dropped packets and dropped connections using the wireless portion of the router. But main fix we need is for the Wireless section of this router.
Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies. Wpc440n0 Premium Member join: DocLarge, yes I have many different wireless G cards and they all exhibit the same dropped packets symptom.
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Friend bragging about 10 year old car with really low mileag [ Automotive ] by IowaCowboy There seems to be no interest or movement for this router over there. That is terrible confirmation news for me to hear!
The point of my rant? All wireless problems I have reported happen regardless of what windos plugged into the wired side of the router. Another thing I am surprise and disappointed in is the lack of features in their setup config utility. I’m not venturing too far into the draftn craze until a standard is ratified.
I would suggest you start with the default Windows driver and then try the driver from the link provided. Occasionally the router would just drop its wireless transmitter and all my wireless laptops sitting in front of me and only 10 feet away from the router would lose their wireless connection at the same time! The transfers will take forever as packets are continuously dropped and renegotiated or the transfer will fail with “lost connection to remote host” error.
Same problem with transferring files There has never been an issue of uptime or wireless dropouts; the overall behavior of any router, as we’ve come to accept, is based on your connection to the internet i.
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But I cannot recommend it at this time. The listing is long gone but when I went to look for a driver for it. A few folks have started buying this router and I’m hoping we’ll be putting together a test group to start focusing on this router as we did with the wrv Most hardware compatible with Vista will work with 7.
Is it worth the purchase?
wlndows The main problem I was experiencing was unreliable connectivity. It does not matter what wireless adapter card you use. Similar help and support threads.
Business class router or low end toy? Windows Vista has problems with accessing and reading files from the Linksys shared drive also. Find More Posts by zigzag That libksys the probability of my 2nd replacement WRVSN router having the same symptoms is going to be higher. They’re not always going to peg the problem in the first shot, but, again, they’re reciprocating the user requests for improvement and wpc4400 now happening on a 30 to 45 day basis sooner depending upon how fast they locate the issue.
The problem is in the router. I did visit the forums over at Linksys and registered my products with their site and left my mark in one of the WRVSN threads.