Category: Network & Modem
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 0.24mb
Operating System: Windows XP/2K3
Latest Version / Release Date: 188.8.131.52 / Feb-15-2007
The USB Network Interface is a network adopter such as the Linksys USB10T network adopter that can be used on systems with no open PCI or ISA slots. It is Microsoft compliant and installs in the windows and program directory. This particular model can connect computers to the internet using the Ethernet port at a maximum data throughout and burst transfer speeds of 8 and 6 megabytes per second respectively. USB Network Interface is also a plug and play device can connect to any USB enabled computer in the 10mbs or 10/100mbs mode. This network adopter has LED indicator that show users the network cards link status. The USB Network Interface from Linksys is light weight and easy to install. Besides it performs at the same speed as their PCI network card. It does not also need external power supply since it is powered by the USB port.
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
USB Network Interface like the Linksys USB10T network adopter comes with Microsoft compatible drivers that work on either 32 bit or 64 bit computers. Its software runs from the windows and program directory as essential network process. The device has a compact light weight design that makes it ideal for on instant Ethernet local area networking on USB enabled computers that do not have open PCI or ISA port. This network adopter is also an external plug and play device that is powered by the USB. It also has LED indicators that are easy to read that inform users the connection status and speeds of network adopter. The USB Network Interface from Linksys supports networks on 10mb/s and 10/100mb/s. Once link is established the USB Network Interface can transfer data at a rate of 10 Mb/s with a throughput of up to 8 Mb/s and a burst transfer speed of 6 Mb/s. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and USB Network Interface errors before installing any driver updates.