Caution Level: Medium
Download File Size: 26.7MB
Operating System: Windows 2003, Windows 95, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: Not available / 20 Sep 1999
Quite a big number of devices on the market at the moment use USB connectivity to be able to communicate with other computer peripherals. To be able to do this it is mandatory that the computer is equipped with a USB adapter. The fact that many computers have USB ports at the back of the CPU (computer processing Unit) is what resulted to USB adapters being manufactured. Users saw it to be quite ambiguous to keep reaching that far to plug in USB peripherals. With the use of a USB adapter the connection is made quite simpler because the adapter has long wire that can reach near the user so that he/she doesn't have to reach for the ports that are placed behind the CPU. An example of these adapters is the USB Super Link adapter from HP.
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This adapter supports 64, 128 and 152-bit WEP and also complies with 128-bit WPA standard. The configuration of this adapter is quite simple and comes with a supervisor program. Ireless roaming is also supported by this adapter. Due to data insecurity this adapter was designed to offer secure of data transfers that complies with 64, 128 and 152 bit WEP, WPA/WPA2, WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK encryption. USB Super Link adapter has an internal antenna that fit anywhere and gives the user options of connecting to wireless networks with ease. The wireless signals can go up to a high of 200m indoors and 800m outdoors. Seamless roaming is also supported by this adapter. USB Super Link adapter also supports Ad-Hoc or Infrastructure modes. All the standard windows operating systems in the market are able to work with this USB adapter. The drivers are easy as well as fast to install. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and USB Super Link Adapter errors before installing any driver updates.