But as long as the OS is not supported you should see troubles.
Try using ethernet or research some wireless bridge device.
this is my first post here so please bear with me while I try to
explain my troubles here.
I have a windowsXp home version, that is connected up via a
linksys-G Wireless Router, and Zoom cable modem, and these 2 are
connected Via a Ethernet cable in the back of my pc, and I therefore
have the broadband connection. That part is alright.
Now I also have a desktop Pc with the the windows version of:
windows2000 profesional Service pack 4.
I brought the Compact Wireless-G USB Adapter Model Number WUSB54GC
as this older Pc does Not have any Ethernet plug-in jacks only has
the USB ports in the back of it.
THis is now the trouble I am having, I went to try to install the
software but the cd version is only set up for WINDOWS xp or Windows
SO I went to linksys site and they said download this driver version
1.1 so I did that but still can not get into the manager section
in order to set up the connection to my other PC.
I am trying to have 1 broadband connection to share between these
2 pcs and also so that each can do there own surfing or what ever
online as if they both had there own connections like they did with
AOL dial up?
I have the Cisco Network Magic set up on my WindowsXP home pc
and choose the part on : add a device, I then chose the part that said
a older version pc then windows xp and it said go to the other
pc and enter in the SSID name and wireless security key etc
but again I can Not seem to be able to do any of this on the
windows2000Pro desktop PC.
So I am so hoping that I have given enough info here at this forum so
that someone here with more know how then me can please be so kind
as to guide me on how to proceed to get these 2 pc's networked?
thanks so much and I will eagerly await the replies to hopefully move
forward with this.