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Call +1-844-659-0555 – Microsoft Vista and Wireless Adapters – Compatibility, Usability

For any issues with your Wireless Routers, Wireless Range Extenders and Wireless Repeaters, please call our Wireless Router Support Helpline on +1-844-659-0555 and talk to a Router Expert. Our dedicated team will help your fix all the issues that you are facing with your Wireless Routers or Wireless Repeaters or Range Extenders

 

You’re all wondering, how are wireless adapters working with the new Microsoft Vista. There is no cut and paste answer for that because it all depends on the kind of wireless network you are using. Are you using Netgear or perhaps Linksys. I will try to clarify as many different adapters as I can and see if I can find a quick fix for your adapter questions.

Linksys Wireless Adapter

If you use Lnksys and you are wondering if Vista will work with it, Linksys has come out with a new driver that is compatible with Vista. If you would like to download it, just got to linksys.com. One you download these files, you can then go to your control panel to search for your driver and point to the download files.

Netgear Driver Problem

If you are a Netgear user, you will have some trouble with compatibility. Microsoft offers a beta driver that you can download that is not affiliated with Netgear. You can download the driver at, http://netgear.com. Basically, beta means that the code is not successfully tested but it is a way for people to give feedback and allow changed to be made.

If you use Netgear, I recommend that you steer clear until everything is cleared so you can use Vista without any problems. This is really a pain to deal with so stick with XP until it is resolved.

Wireless Adapter Battery Drain

One problem that people are also having with Vista is that the laptop batteries get drained quickly while connected to the internet. It has to do with the fact that many wireless connections do not have the ability to go into the “power save” mode that the Microsoft Vista Operating system allows for.

All in all, Vista has some problems with compatibility when it comes to some wireless adapters but there are fixes available. The only problem that I see that will require some consideration from people has to do with laptops. They have the double threat of having batteries that can overheat as well as connections that cannot be made.

 

Please call our Wireless Router Support Helpline on +1-844-659-0555 and talk to a Router Expert. Our dedicated team will help your fix all the issues that you are facing with your Wireless Routers or Wireless Repeaters or Range Extenders