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theKarlisK730571dOh c'mon no fair! It was probably a cheap outsource who put it together by cobbling together stuff with ducttape.
Parzi867271dI really like the ExpressCard modems of old in this regard, actually: usually large enough that the shittiness is held together by the space they play with, plus there's room for a real SIM! I think some still work on 3G, too...
Oh, and they'd be on pretty much their own goddamn bus so that helps with detection a little.
scorpionk37571dMy friend had a D-link router. He used to complain about it a lot. Later he switched to TP Link router.
Are all D-link products crappy?
ViRaS187271dI replaced my D-Link USB modem with a cheap Android phone
D link doesn’t make drivers. They make cheap crap hardware. Windows users fail to recognize this so often. Sure, you can download drivers from any old oem but it’s the same Realtek or intel driver just packaged 6000 different ways. AFAIK d link does not tape out silicon and does not make drivers. Find out what it enumerates as and download the right driver. Of course this will be a bitch because the state of third party drivers for windows os is a train wreck but hey that’s your problem :)