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That should definitely work: I think it works for 2000 up to Windows 7.
By Raja Pillai on February 7, 2013
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Hello Russell Holloway,
If you are seeing this speed as your 'connection speed', then that is the transmission speed between the adapter and the router and should not affect download speeds. If you are referring to a download speed measurement (such as from Speedtest.net) then that speed is normally determined by you… see more
Hello Russell Holloway,
If you are seeing this speed as your 'connection speed', then that is the transmission speed between the adapter and the router and should not affect download speeds. If you are referring to a download speed measurement (such as from Speedtest.net) then that speed is normally determined by your internet provider as well as the router itself. If you need any assistance, please call or email our free US Based Tech Support for assistance.
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Mediabridge Customer Support
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By Mediabridge Customer Support on March 19, 2014
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I only used it with Windows 7 so I don't know if it would be compatible with Linux. On Medialink's web site they have Linux Instructions and a Linux driver for MWN-USB150N Wireless-N USB 2.0 Adapter, but here is the disclaimer with the Linux Installation Instructions: ***PLEASE NOTE***
Medialink Products does not cur… see more
I only used it with Windows 7 so I don't know if it would be compatible with Linux. On Medialink's web site they have Linux Instructions and a Linux driver for MWN-USB150N Wireless-N USB 2.0 Adapter, but here is the disclaimer with the Linux Installation Instructions: ***PLEASE NOTE***
Medialink Products does not currently provide technical support for the use of this adapter with any operating system that is not Windows based. see less

By J. R. Aggers on June 14, 2013
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Hello Jane,
Yes this adapter is compatible with XP.
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Hello Jane,
Yes this adapter is compatible with XP.
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Mediabridge Customer Support
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By Mediabridge Customer Support on November 6, 2013
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You can just plug the adapter in any USB port. I used the dock because my tower was crammed against a wall and didn't have room for the adapter (my front ports were full). It's a fairly low-profile adapter, about the size of a flash drive.
By Eliana on December 21, 2013
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Hello Deak-
This adapter is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 8 and 8 only.
Our customers using Ubuntu do report that it's plug and play with Linux, though this is a happy accident and we do not offer technical support if you should have trouble using it on your machine. … see more
Hello Deak-
This adapter is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 8 and 8 only.
Our customers using Ubuntu do report that it's plug and play with Linux, though this is a happy accident and we do not offer technical support if you should have trouble using it on your machine.
Hope this helps, and please contact our friendly U.S. based support department if you have further questions!
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Mediabridge Customer Support
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By Shay on December 2, 2013
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Hello Daisy,
This adapter will not be the right fit for your needs. You would need a long range adapter. Look for a USB Adapter that specifies a 1000mW antenna or more and that should allow you to access your neighborhood WiFi better.
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Hello Daisy,
This adapter will not be the right fit for your needs. You would need a long range adapter. Look for a USB Adapter that specifies a 1000mW antenna or more and that should allow you to access your neighborhood WiFi better.
Thanks,
Mediabridge Customer Support
856-216-8222
support@mediabridgeproducts.com see less

By Mediabridge Customer Support on February 14, 2013
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Write your address and send you a copy.
By Teimuraz Goguadze on November 22, 2015
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Hello Jose,
As long as your uverse is broadcasting a wireless signal, this adapter will be able to connect your device wirelessly to your network.
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Hello Jose,
As long as your uverse is broadcasting a wireless signal, this adapter will be able to connect your device wirelessly to your network.
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Mediabridge Customer Support
856-216-8222
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By Mediabridge Customer Support on February 27, 2014
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Don't know for sure but since it worked on Vista, don't see a problem. Don't forget to disable the native wifi before installing. On home screen type "Control Panel" then run it, click on "Hardware and Sound" then on "Device Manager" (top right). Then open the Network Adapter entry, right click on whatever says WiFi a… see more Don't know for sure but since it worked on Vista, don't see a problem. Don't forget to disable the native wifi before installing. On home screen type "Control Panel" then run it, click on "Hardware and Sound" then on "Device Manager" (top right). Then open the Network Adapter entry, right click on whatever says WiFi and click disable. see less
By E. Borden MD on May 29, 2013