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When you copy large files to or from earlier operating systems, the copy operation may be slower
than expected on some Windows
Vista-based computers, hotfix link:
The copy process may stop responding when you try to copy files from a server on a network to a
Vista-based computer, hotfix link:
2.4. Utility Setup
After you have installed the driver and utility to your system, now you are ready to set
up the utility in your network. ASRock WiFi-802.11g module supports two kinds of
wireless network mode: Access Point Mode (AP Mode) and Station Mode. Please
refer to below introduction and select the most appropriate mode when setting it up.
Access Point Mode (AP Mode)
If you want to share the Internet access with the wireless stations in your
environment, such as PC, notebook and other devices, you can configure ASRock
WiFi-802.11g module in an access point mode (AP mode). In this mode, ASRock
WiFi-802.11g module becomes the wireless access point that provides local area
network and Internet access for your wireless stations. The AP Mode feature is ideal
for home/SOHO networks with several computers, a shared printer, and a shared
Internet connection.
ADSL or Cable
Modem (if any)
Printer 1
ASRock MB With
Station 1
Station 2
Station 3
Station 4
Station Mode
If you do not plan to use AP function with ASRock WiFi-802.11g module, but just