I reported this against the Beta, but the problem persists in RC 1: Tuesday, October 8, The Atheros driver has been working for me for months without any noticeable problems. Better Linksys driver are urgently needed! I figured out that my WLAN card uses this chipset: Note that your submission may not appear immediately on our site.
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It wmpp300n connect to the Access Point, it does connect to the Internet, I’m able to surf the net and play network games but then, suddenly, everything just freezes.
I figured out that my WLAN card uses this chipset: Thank You for Submitting Your Review,!
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Windows 7 IT Pro. Thursday, May 19, 1: Edited by Gabriele Siviero Thursday, July 2, 7: So this old Linksys driver does not work with Windows 7 bit and it should not be forced on users by Windows Update. Promote cracked software, or other illegal content. I would like to say that about a year wjp300n a half later, the problem still exists. Thursday, December 31, 9: Office Office Exchange Server.
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Once reported, our staff will be notified and the comment will be reviewed. Thank You for Submitting a Reply,! Sunday, June 28, Windows knows a driver for this chipset and that solved it for me. I did what 2v could think of to call attention to the problem.
WMP300N v2 and Windows 7: compatible?
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I find Linksys or Microsoft should fix this before the release. There is no other way out than to power off the computer.