Closed Solved

Re-using Wireless Adapters

Hello everyone!

I was thinking about re-using the wireless adapter in my current PC and adding it to my new build. Am I able to do that or is there some sort of restriction due to current soft-/hardware (drivers?)?

Thanks!
8 answers Last reply Best Answer
More about using wireless adapters
  1. you can use it as long as a driver is available

    that may not be the case if for example your new pc has a newer operating system or you go from 32bit to 64bit
  2. I'll be going from Vista 64 to Windows 7 64. I figured it'd be easier to use something I already have and know it works. Newer still sells it for like $70. It came in my desktop I bought from HP roughly 3 years ago.
  3. yes should be ok then--a lot of vista drivers work for 7 if they dont have a 7 driver
  4. What is the make/model? We can help you find drivers for it.
  5. It is the HP FH971AA.

    Here it is on Newegg: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833316115

    Thanks.
  6. Best answer
    I can't find drivers for it on HP's site. The first review on NewEgg says "Installed it and windows 7 recognized right away. Did not have to install the drivers that came with the card.". You can always try it and see.
  7. Best answer selected by Sylvynn.
  8. This topic has been closed by Mousemonkey
Ask a new question

Read More

NICs Wireless Wireless Adapter Components Product