Category: Network & Modems
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 36.92 MiB
Operating System: Windows XP, NT, 2000, 98, 95 and ME
Latest Version / Release Date: 7.8.2 / 2006
The D-Link WLAN USB Boot Device driver is manufactured by D-link for use with the corresponding wireless local area networking chipset. The chipset allows mobiles users within the same network to network wirelessly through radio connections. The device works under the IEEE 802.11 standards, whereby CSMA/CA and Ethernet protocols are used to enhance path sharing. Wired Equivalent Privacy algorithm is used as an encryption method in order to enhance user privacy and security. The D-Link WLAN USB boot device is connected to the host computer via a 2.0 hi-speed USB connection. The high bandwidth allocation via wireless frequencies makes networking relatively cheap in most small offices. The D-link USB device boot device is bootable. This means that the device presents itself to the host computer as a floppy-like device. As such, the manufacturer has designed the device driver with all the necessary boot files.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The D-Link WLAN USB Boot Device works in all PCs that have USB ports. Some older computers may however experience difficulties booting from the USB device. Others on the other hand cannot handle the fast speeds presented by the 2.0 hi-speed USB. To prevent such occurrences, the user should ensure that the host computer can handle the fast speeds presented by the device. The user must also confirm that the host machine supports USB booting from the system BIOS. This can be verified by launching the BIOS setup program during machine start up and accessing the boot sub-menu where he/she can see if the USB boot is enabled or disabled. For the D-Link WLAN USB Boot Device to function well in the machine, the USB boot must be enabled. The device driver or can be downloaded from the D-Link website. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and D-Link WLAN USB Boot Device errors before installing any driver updates.