NETGEAR WPN111 Free Driver Download
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18.104.22.1682 (26 Sep 2005)
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This driver comes from the Atheros AR5005UG chipset driver, which is used in the WPN111 and WG111T. The .ini file has been slightly modified to fit the the WPN111. Netgear's original driver freezes-up the PC after a few minutes of inactivity. With this driver, your system will not crash under Windows XP, but it only connects at 54 MBPS. I'd rather have a stable connection and sacrifice speed for now until Netgear comes out with a Windows XP certicified driver for the WPN111 which doesn't hang/freeze-up/crash your PC.
INSTRUCTIONS - Before plugging the WPN111 to your PC's USB port:
Paste netwpn11.inf, net5523.cat, ar5523.sys and ar5523.bin in the following directory:
Then plug the WPN111 USB Wireless Network Adapter in and you tell the New Hardw
Kevin Frenette (DG Member) on 8/28/2006
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