Re: conflict in wireless adapters while setting up drivers
You're exactly right. I was able to connect to a wireless network, which in
the long run is what I want. The only thing I'm losing out is the Utility
program that came with the CD which manages the wireless networks. Funny how
it supported XP64 bit but not Vista 64 bit. But that's a whole new can of
Thank you very much for the clarification!
> From a Google search, it is apparent that the wireless adapter from
> Rosewill uses a Marvell chipset. Chances are, this driver was installed
> automatically as part of Windows default drivers, and is probably the
> best choice for you. It is the exact same device, even though the
> Rosewill name is not found in your system or under the device manager.
> It has nothing to do with your motherboard driver CD, as the Marvell
> drivers there are more likely for a wired LAN port. I would try
> connecting to a wireless network using the adapter, if you have a
> network available, and if it works, don't worry about the name appearing
> wrong. If you look close enough at the card, you'll probably see the
> Marvell chip on the PCB board anyway. This is not abnormal, especially
> if there are no 64 bit drivers on the CD. If Vista automatically
> installed what it thought was the best driver, and you got no prompts
> saying that the drivers are not digitally signed by Microsoft, then if
> it works I'd be happy and let it be.