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Product: Linksys WMA11B Wireless Digital Media Adapter
Manufacturer: Linksys
Rating: 2/5

SharedMediaManager Error is Killing Me!!!!!!

When it worked, this was my favroite device I have ever owned- finnally bridging the PC and The Stereo beautifully... but, then, an error occurred... "ShareMediaManager" error. I am extremely proficient with computers but for the life of me, can't fix the problem.

Linksys support is worthless, both on the phone and live chat... I am EXTREMELY frustrated!!!!!!

Product: Linksys BEFW11S4 Wireless-B Cable/DSL Router
Manufacturer: Linksys
Rating: 1/5

Warning- Stay Away from LinkSys

I have experienced little more than frustration since I purchased my Linksys router. It constantly goes down and has to be reset. I have talked to others who have had the same problem, so I don't think that mine is just a lemon. It is very annoying to have to reset your router 2 or 3 times per session at the computer... I have lost more time to this router than I care to think about!

Product: Netgear MA521 802.11b Wireless PC Card
Manufacturer: Netgear
Rating: 5/5

Easy setup and strong signal

This card was extremely easy to setup and linked up quickly. The signal is strong even across the house. Only while running the microwave do I ever lose the signal.

Product: Fujitsu ScanSnap fi-5110EOX Sheet-Fed Scanner with Automatic Document Feeder
Rating: 5/5


This is only the second time I have ever rated an item on Amazon (I started buying here when the company first came on line) - the last time being because the item was so unfailingly bad I thought I owed it to others. This case is just the opposite.

I was looking for a FAST and SIMPLE means of dealing with the need to archive and share paper stuff - both for business and personally. To me, the ideal product would do only that (I already have a multi-function machine, the first product I reviewed on Amazon, and a flat bed scanner) and do it well. I did a little research and decided to test drive the fi-5110E0X.

It took a few minutes to install the software and Acrobat 6.0 standard (provided) on to the server I have at home (1.8G Pentium, 512K memory, Windows 2000 Server). I checked the settings, set the default directory and chose the lowest resolution, duplex scan, auto detect color and auto rotate options, dropped in a sheet of paper and literally in seconds was looking at the PDF.

I was so tickled I ran a few pages through upside down and even cut several pages from a Herrington catalog to test the color and duplex features. Again they were processed flawlessly and in seconds Acrobat had opened and there they were!

My experience on machines like this is that the success or failure ultimately depends on whether the manufacturer gets the software right. When the software works well I actually USE the product as intended (HP can't seem to get the software right to save their lives). In this case Fujitsu really got it right and it seems that Adobe Acrobat has been improved to work seamlessly with a machine like this. On top of it all the machine has a small footprint and simple controls.

Try it - I think you will be pleased.

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