Quote: Originally Posted by awilsonlee
Well done that man.
I meant to post this a few days ago,but I forgot.
I found a way round the problem as well. If you can find Broadcom Driver ver no 126.96.36.199 dated 25/10/2007 cnet or softpedia both have it.Install it ignore all windows attempts to get you to upgrade it. No need for the Netgear utility, works a treat. Straight up to 250Mbps.
Thanks this is working for me...well mostly. I am able to actually see networks now and connect to them. I have only gotten as high as 75Mbps and average around 39Mbps. Not perfect seeing how I was using a USB Linksys Wireless G adapter WUSB54G v4 and was constantly pegged at 54Mbps, but a step in the right direction. Either way, thank you for getting me this far.