Nope... I tried... the deal is that you need an adapter that has the right chip (kawa) and the right speed, which from what I've seen is 10M ONLy, no 100.... Plus the chip we're talking about is much larger that that little do-hickey.
I wish I had learned all this BEFORE I bought it... but hey, its always good to have a spare USB adapter... right?
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