802.11 g 54Mbps Wireless PC Card SE

Category: Network and Modems
Manufacturer: Ralink Technology Corp
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 3.7 MB
Operating System: windows 2000 and XP
Latest Version / Release Date: / 16 Dec 2008

Windows device driver information for 802.11 g 54Mbps Wireless PC Card SE

802.11 g 54Mbps Wireless PC Card SE permits laptop users to have the mobile freedom of connecting in the office, at home or on the road's wireless hotspots. It is com-pliant with the standard of IEEE 802.11g thus ensuring it has backward compatibility with the network for 802.11b for an assurance of compatibility while roaming between networks. Advanced WPA (Wi-Fi Protected access) as well as a WEP encryption of 256-bit are supported to ensure a provision of secured access for the data. The wires should be cut and moved freely with the wireless products of the 802.11g device. The features of 802.11 g 54Mbps Wireless PC Card SE are inclusive of: 54Mbps speed; compatibility with networks of 802.11b; dynamic shifting of network speed based on the signal strength; wireless mobility is inclusive for the hotspot, office and home connections while the indoor distance coverage is 30-100 meters and the outdoor distance coverage 100-30 meters.

Outdated Drivers?

Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

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802.11 g 54Mbps Wireless PC Card SE is installed through a step by step guide that entails downloading the file of the device from the manufacturer's site, saving it on the computer and unzipping. This adapter should then be connected to the computer followed by right clicking on ‘My Computer' then a click on ‘Properties' before going to the ‘Hardware' tab and clicking on the button for ‘Device Manager'. The new adapter device should be found on a net category whereby the device should be double clicked and the button for ‘Reinstall driver' pressed. ‘Install' should be selected from the specific position and ‘Include' checked before clicking the ‘Browse' button for a selection of the device driver. The ‘next' button should be clicked to proceed and the ‘Finish' button to conclude the installation. The new device driver should be available for display in net in the device manager. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and 802.11 g 54Mbps Wireless PC Card SE errors before installing any driver updates.