So it is the router. I ask this because it’s become a known fact these routers exhibit different behaviors based upon the their internet connection. Don’t know why the connection died. All of my wireless cards are 54g and work very well with the n as it stands. The WRVSN router is now becoming “the” focal point on the heels after the WRV router they’ve finally managed to stabilize this sucker after a year being in production. DocLarge to staticfree6 Premium Member Feb Originally Posted by magidad.

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Could you fill in the gaps on the below questions concerning the problems with your router; this makes for interesting information to examine: If lniksys have this router and experience same problem s please report it to Linksys support.

The Netgear WG v2 appears to be compatible with both, so I would check the “manufacturer link” here: Till then, a gigabit router with 54g cards has been bulletproof for me.

There seems to be no interest or movement for this router over there. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks.

Drops packets and stalls the transfer to a creeping crawl as your PC’s try to negotiate the errors. Windows 7 Ultimate RC. IMHO, I think it is high enough priority as it stands Come On Linksys this has to be someones joke.


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Win 8 Release candidate The error message I’m getting doesn’t leave me much in the way of information as far as why the device cannot start. I also tried updating the firmware to the latest 1.

Cooling none Internet Speed 45Mb down 5Mb up. If they didn’t come with any, the next step would be to borrow some wireless cards if you can and guage the difference in performance. linsys

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The drive was formatted NTFS and does work with quick and small access attempts it seems, but keep using w;c4400n and it WILL eventually fail and router locks up and needs a total reboot again to fix all connections. It seems to hold the connection.

The main problem I was experiencing was unreliable connectivity. Anyone else having these wireless problems with this router?

I had to disable the card and re-enable it to get it to connect properly with a Lknksys am afraid it has wineows out to be a big disappointment so far. Drive is not recognized as a share if you just reboot the router with the USB drive still attached to the router. But main fix we need is for the Wireless section of this router. Find More Posts by zigzag Windows Vista has problems with accessing and reading files from the Linksys shared drive also.


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The time now is It is odd though, my daughters Toshiba model M55 series laptop seemed to be the most stable using its built-in wireless adapter even though it was one floor up and in another room far away from the router and the signal strength read low. Good luck to the rest of you!

Bad software behaviour I guess, needs fix too. It looks like this technology linksys using is not “ready” to charge money for it. And also how does the Windows XP drivers work?

Widespread Centurylink Outage this morning Friend bragging about 10 year old car with really low mileag [ Automotive ] by IowaCowboy Too risky at this kind of price point to keep it. DocLarge Premium Member Feb 9: Welcome to Windows 7 Forums.