|I want to make a wireless connection to the internet on my Windows 7 64bit desktop. I installed my Digitus Wireless LAN PCI adapter, 802.11g I had from my XP time.|
Digitus specifies as follows on their data sheet:
IEEE 802.11b and IEEE 802.11g compatible
PCI 32-bit / 33MHz
Supported data transfer rates: 1.0Mbps, 2.0Mbps, 5.5Mbps, 11Mbps, 54Mbps
128-bit WEP (Wired equivalent privacy) encryption
WPA and WPA2 supported
Suitable for all current network environments
Supports Windows 7, Vista and XP
I downloaded the driver from the same page as where the specification came from. A WPA2 code from the modem was accepted and the modem recognised. But I only get 1 or 2 out of the five stripes representing the strength of the signal, while my laptop and tablet receive 5/5. So sometimes I can load an internet page, sometimes I get an error message that this can not be done.
Is this Digitus Wireless LAN PCI adapter, 802.11g too old, too weak with the 54Mbps transfer or is there a configuration problem.
I would be grateful to get some help