Wireless n PCI Adapter

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My questions has to do with adding an Wireless N PCI Adapter to my son's
Computer running AMD Processor and Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit Operating
System.

I understand that the standard is not set therefore there could be issues
with these adapters once that standard is set in stone.  My son's roommate
purchased a new router for the house that includes the N-Band.  I was
wondering if any N-Band PCI Adapter will work or only specific ones (based
on the Router).  I don't have access to the router make and type yet.  So if
it matters, I will have to get back to you on this.

Thanks


Re: Wireless n PCI Adapter

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Most will now play well together, although it's best to stick with the
same brand.  Suggest you consider a USB adapter instead, because that
will give you more flexibility on placement and antenna.

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John            FAQ for Wireless Internet: <http://wireless.navas.us
                FAQ for Wi-Fi:  <http://wireless.navas.us/wiki/Wi-Fi
           Wi-Fi How To:  <http://wireless.navas.us/wiki/Wi-Fi_HowTo
Fixes to Wi-Fi Problems:  <http://wireless.navas.us/wiki/Wi-Fi_Fixes

Re: Wireless n PCI Adapter
Thanks for the information...
I did not know the N-Band existed on the USB.  I will search those out and
review them.

"John Navas"  wrote in message


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Most will now play well together, although it's best to stick with the
same brand.  Suggest you consider a USB adapter instead, because that
will give you more flexibility on placement and antenna.

--
John            FAQ for Wireless Internet: <http://wireless.navas.us
                FAQ for Wi-Fi:  <http://wireless.navas.us/wiki/Wi-Fi
           Wi-Fi How To:  <http://wireless.navas.us/wiki/Wi-Fi_HowTo
Fixes to Wi-Fi Problems:  <http://wireless.navas.us/wiki/Wi-Fi_Fixes


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