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  • posted byasolell on 06/12/2013

    In Win7 - works immediately, no drivers needed. Instant recognized. In Linux,. took some figuring out,. but it works, and recognized. For a lack of space to assist and provide tech help on this, I'm posting in all sections: If you are looking for a Linux CentOS 5.9+ you need to follow the instructions as follow: None. 1. tar -xzvf lan7500_1.02.00.tar.... Read more

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  • posted bykev638 on 05/23/2013

    I used this gigabit ethernet adapter to transfer large files across a wired network connection from my ultrabook to NAS. The installation was simple - completed in seconds. The build quality was excellent. There really is nothing bad about this product. This product is a must for users that have a gigabit network and need to transfer large files between ... Read more

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  • posted bycluka on 04/26/2013

    Perfectly working with Windows 8: great speed and stability. No more blue screens and sustained high speeds to my gigabit devices, both in down and upload You have to download drivers for most operating systems. Sometimes I had blue screens and reboots with Windows 7 A very good solution if you have a fast ethernet chipset like me: speed is something ... Read more

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  • posted byyangibear on 02/15/2013

    This device is performing quite well. Some experiences what I have met: -USB hot plugable, makes installation easy -Swift IP response, even when i accidentally unplug it. -I get transfer speed of approx 23~27MB/s on Gigabit network, not bad at all It is more cosmetic kind:the housing color ,the size of the housing. I would to see this item to be issued ... Read more

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  • posted bykilobytez on 08/26/2012

    This product is perfect for those laptops without a Network point. Pretty light, portable and nifty. Most importantly is the device using USB to work on. One thing I don't like is lack of support for Windows 7 (64 bit) Operating System. Sometimes Buggy in the sense that it wouldn't connect but sometimes it was perfectly normal. There are times I experienced ... Read more

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  • posted byledogiuliano on 02/02/2012

    Worked perfect on my Macbook Air. Do the job. Excelente build quality. Reaches the maximum claimed speeds. Needs to download and install the driver update to work. (not really a problem, since this is explained in the manual). Before install the driver, Mac OS recognize tha adapter, but it can't receive an IP number from routers. Is not so beautiful ... Read more

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  • posted bychamindal on 01/11/2011

    Works well on windows XP Faster than using the 10/100 built in ethernet adaptor on my PC. Good build quality and packaging. Cannot get it to work in Linux. The drivers on the CD as well as the downloaded ones dont seem to work Not compatible with the WDTV. Not compatible with the Wii Got this to connect my WDTV to the network. Could not connect the ... Read more

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  • posted bySirDeath on 10/10/2010

    Excellent for newer laptops lacking gigabit Ethernet. Works best with Windows. Windows 7 backup time almost halved over the network when compared to regular fast Ethernet. It does get a little warm. Speed is limited by the speed of the USB bus, so you don't get the maximum theoretical benefit. It's still a lot faster than the fast Ethernet included ... Read more

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  • posted byobjeturg on 04/04/2010

    Cheap device and working OK for Windooze users. Advertized as a device with Linux support. But Linux drivers are not working correctly. Not from CD, not these from the Asix site. Device will be recognized and link shows like up but no usable communication can be made. Tried different distros, cables, computers etc. Seems to be a common problem if you ... Read more

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  • posted byMcAllan on 10/26/2008

    Great it you want a speedier network connection on older laptops or some of the newer netbooks with only 10/100 network card built in. Especially useful if you have a NAS since 100 mbit is just a bit on the slow side. Don't need the driver CD to install. But with XP you need to allow it to look for drivers on the internet. With Vista I don't know but ... Read more

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