Archived from groups: alt.internet.wireless (More info?)
On Mon, 28 Jun 2004 11:45:58 GMT, Donchik
>Know what you mean about the blame.
>Did get a minor breakthrough at the weekend. I uninstalled the drivers
>and utility as when the utility was installed it would not let the
>wireless zero icon appear.
>Found this through disabling the service under manage computers.
>Once I had the blame to assign, namely the D-Link configuration
>utility, I reinstalled using only the driver. Then I configured using
>the Microsoft Wireless Zero tool.
>It appears to be working at present, and reasonably fast. As you
>reported it does not like very large files, and reports drop outs
>regularly, but I am back online.
>I still have not tried to set up the WPA-PSK, that is for another month
>of evenings ;-(
>Best of fortune with D-Link, I remain disallusioned with them.
I have a notebook with a Gigabyte card in it. Their utility also won't
let Wireless Zero stay active. Maybe it is a function of the reference
software for the chipset (Atheros?).
Because of that problem I used their utility to set up WEP. It worked.
After that I set up WPA and couldn't get the configuration through
utility to work. I ended up disabling the utility and using Windows to
Configure which is working.
I've posted comments here in the last couple weeks. Anyway D-Link isn't
the only vendor with the problems you described above.