Currently, I have a PC, running Windows XP Home, connected to the internet with a Netgear WG111v2 USB wifi (802.11b) adapter. My router is a Linksys WRT54G.
The current setup works, but the Netgear USB adapter just doesn't seem to be cutting it; the firmware is marginal, and seems to make my PC unstable if it is truned on for a long preiod of time. So, I want to replace the Netgear USB adapter with somthing better, but since I'm no networking expert, I don't know need.
I don't want to deal with another USB device, so I'm looking for a wireless device that connects through my computer's ethernet card. I want it to be affordable, probably under $100 USD, and maybe the ability to add other computers or possbile game consoles in the future. Is there any such wireless device I can use?
For reference, I've ceated a diagram of what I want to do.
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