The drive was formatted NTFS and does work with quick and small access attempts it seems, but keep using it and it WILL eventually fail and router locks up and needs a total reboot again to fix all connections. If they fix this bug, as I said, I think it would be an excellent router. Guys, I appreciate your input thus far and look forward to your continued support. I promise you dlink, netgear, or smc aren’t this close to the users of their products. But the card just doesn’t recognize any

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Actually the Dlink never dropped the connection so it is better than this Linksys when it comes to that. The Netgear WG v2 appears to be compatible with both, so I would check the “manufacturer link” here: Are we seeing the end of the road for the Windows NT kernel?

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The RVS and WRVSN routers do not have compatibility issues with Vista with the current firmware from what’s been spoken of by the developers; can’t really say if it can as of yet being I’m not yet running Vista, and have no plans of windowws so just yet. There needs to be a linksys support group that will take trouble reports for this model as it is definitely flawed.

DocLarge to staticfree6 Premium Member Feb 3: Win 8 Release candidate I don’t really trust linksys wireless cards that much and try to limit their use in my lab environment.


Drive is not recognized as a share if you just reboot the router with the USB drive still attached to the router.

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As there is not yet a Windows 7 hardware wlndows site to check, we rely on the Vista site. Yes, I tried everything on my AP- selected free channel, upgraded firmware to. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. The one critical piece of info you left out of your specs nice job of filling that in – that is appreciated!

Any help that someone more experienced with Windows 7 can provide will wpv4400n greatly appreciated. When i install the card it seems to get installed fine in the device manager and with the raid configurerer application that went with the driver.

I am afraid it has turned out to be a big disappointment so far. I have tried to use the default windows drivers for both cards as well as the specific driver from the manufacturer for both, but to no avail. Please let us know how it goes.

A few folks have started buying this router and I’m hoping we’ll be putting together a test group to start focusing on this router as we did with the wrv All their Draft-N stuff is pure crap and should have not been released to market. Now I see that the Linksys Draft-N stuff is no better and actually worse in dropping packets more frequently! Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation.


We’re Glad you’re here! It does not matter what wireless adapter card you use. I’m not venturing too far into the draftn craze until a standard is ratified.

But I cannot recommend it at this time. I hope Linksys addresses this glaring defect immediately before my return period.

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That means the probability of my 2nd replacement WRVSN router having the same symptoms is going to be higher. It definitely needs improvement. I did visit the forums over at Linksys and registered my products with their site and left my mark in one of the WRVSN threads.

Nothing but constant dropped packets and dropped connections using the wireless portion of the router. Cooling none Internet Speed 45Mb down 5Mb up. I am sure you will know which one when you read it because it is about the same problems I am reporting here. And also how does the Windows XP drivers work? Is it worth the purchase? Wpf4400n was only 10 feet away from the router with strong signal.