Network adapter - Windows Vista compatibility

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By Shadowrane
Sep 20, 2006
  1. Hey, i'm just trying to find an answer to something. I just download the windows vista upgarde advisor to see if my computer could run vista when it comes out and the only thing it said wasn't up to par was that my network adapter will not work or be supported. And this makes sense, because when i downloaded the vista beta a couple months ago, i could get my internet to work. I just didn't think it was because it wasn't compatible.

    Is this true? Doesn't anyone have a link or some info about unsupported devices? i have a CNET PRO200WL PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter. Will i need, of all things to upgrade, a new network adapter to run vista? :suspiciou
  2. Peddant

    Peddant TS Rookie Posts: 1,644

    The Cnet site is the first place you will here about Vista compatibility for their products.

    If there is a problem with that card and Vista,it would be public pretty soon.

    In the worst case scenario,a new card is only $10.
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