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Written on: 14/12/2004 by psfindc (1 review written)
As of December 13, 2004, the Netgear MP101NA is NOT for the serious music fan for the simple reason that the software is not able to handle a large volume of CDs - say, more than 90 discs worth of music.
When you get to upwards of 1,400 song it justs shuts down and deletes any playlists you've created without any sort of warning ala "sorry, but you can't add any more songs."
With over 1,200 CDs in my collection, I had hoped to save them to the CPU -- which has had no trouble storing that… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/08/2004 by dsadler (2 reviews written)
Purchased a NetGear MP101NA sound card when they first came out and have had a number of issue with it (which have now all be solved with firmware upgrades).
One of the things that really annoyed me was it continually loosing the network connection. I have now solved this by installing the UD Agent for cancer research. Link below:-
Basically, what this did was keep the PC connection open to the wi-fi network. I've now managed to have the MP101 up and… Read Full Review
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