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Posted: May 28 2013, 07:06 PM
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Joined: 8-April 11
I'm about to purchase a Comfast CF-WU710N 150 mbps wireless-n usb adapter. My daughter will get a slimline pc on her room for homework and such and I don't want to have to put a UTP up to the attic.
Anybody have good experience with this usb adapter? The price isn't high, but I don't want to buy it when SL6 won't recognise it (or when no rpm driver is available).
Link to the article on eBay.
And link to the item on Comfast.
The zipfile that comes with the sales on ebay has a driver with Realtek numbers: RTL8188C/8192C/8192D.
So I'm sure it won't be too much of a hassle
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