Can you use a pci wireless adapter and a usb wireless both at the same time Tags: PCI Linksys Wireless Adapter Wireless Networking Last response: October 10, 2012 12:06 AM in Wireless Networking Share Stellarplacebo October 8, 2012 4:43:19 PM I have a computer in another part of the house that keeps dropping my Linksys pci wireless adapter signal. I plugged in a Trendnet USB wireless adapter just for fun. It shows up also as being working. Can I use both of these at the same time so if the Linksys pci adapter fails the other USB adapter will take over? More about : pci wireless adapter usb wireless time PhilFrisbie October 9, 2012 10:29:47 PM Yes. m 0 l Stellarplacebo October 10, 2012 12:06:25 AM Thank you. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedWireless USB/PCI Adapter for New Gaming Build (Currently using Belkin USB) Forum Using both local and wireless internet at the same time? Forum Wireless USB Adapter Problems / Should I use PCI instead? Forum SolvedDesktop without wireless pci card or usb wireless adapter can connect to WiFi through laptop internet sharing connection? Forum SolvedUSB Wireless Adapter or PCI card? Forum SolvedUSB 802.11 wireless to PCI AC adapter Forum SolvedWould a WiFi USB adapter be better than a PCI wireless card? Forum SolvedBest PCI Wireless adapter/USB? Forum SolvedUSB or PCI wireless network adapter? Forum Should I get a USB wireless adapter or PCI for gaming PC? Forum Putting Mini PCI-e wireless card in USB adapter Forum Would a USB or PCI express wireless adapter be perferable in my situation? Forum Onboard wireless N speeds Faster then USB wireless N Adapter (same Laptop) 5Ghz freq Forum SolvedWireless USB Adapter vs PCI Wifi Card Forum SolvedWireless Adapter (USB or PCI / PCI-E) Forum Solvedwireless adapters: pci vs usb Forum SolvedWhether 3g WiFi dongle can be used as wireless USB adapter? Forum Need recommendation on usb wireless adapter or wireless pci card Forum PCI Wireless card or USB 3.0 Adapter? Forum Can I use this USB wireless network adapter? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !