Hardware compatible con Windows Vista.

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Por si a algunos les interesa(de momento a mi no xD),aquí pongo una lista de todo el hardware que Windows Vista acepta.


Fully Vista Compliant motherboards (all drivers installed and working)


* Intel Desktop Board D101GGC works fine (on-board sound not tested) X86
* Intel Desktop Board D875PBZ (on-board sound not tested) X86
* Intel Desktop Board D975XBX2 (on-board Intel PRO/1000 PL NIC, Intel ICH7 SATA and Sigmatel 9274D sound work with no problems noted under Vista X64--have not tried using the Marvell SATA)
* Asus Commando. Everything works under Vista 32-bit with no problems noted.
* Asus K8S-MX, SiS Chipset AMD 754 Platform (on-board LAN, graphics, raid) works with no problems under Vista X64 and X86
* Asus P5B, Intel LGA775 Platform [1] (on-board gigabit LAN, ADI sound) works with no problems under Vista X64 and X86.
* Asus P5LD2 works (on-board audio works but vista gives error message on startup saying there is a known compatibility issue; just ignore it; J.S.)
* Abit AS8. On board sound works after connecting to Microsoft for driver update. Works with no problems on Vista x32 and x64.


* ABIT NF7-SL - Everything works correctly on 32 and 64 bit version with WinXP 32 and 64 bit drivers (With Vista drivers may have problems).
* ASRock 939Dual-VSTA for AMD Athlon 64FX / 64X2 / 64 Processors (Tested with 32bit RTM)
* ASUS A7N8X-E Deluxe with AMD Athlon 3200+,Geforce 4 MX 440 - works fine after installing the Nvidia Chipset drivers, tested with german Vista Ultimate, Network runs fine, Voice Control works , Games can be run , if you configure the microphone it can be give a bluescreen but y had it only one times - no problems
* Asus A8N32-SLi Deluxe Socket 939. AC'97 Audio does not install on it's own. You have to update it manually from the device manager. Once you do that, it installs it's own driver, and works fine in both the 32 and 64 bit OS.
* Asus AV8-E Deluxe Socket 939. VIA K8T890 Chipset. AC'97 audio does not install automatically. All negligible devices can be found on Windows update. Works perfectly on 32/64bit OS.
* Asus Crosshair works fine, except the AWY0001 (away device) but can be solved by deactivating the AMD Live option in BIOS. Drivers for RAID are now availabe from Asus.
* Asus M2N32-SLI Deluxe Socket am2. Nvidia nforce 590 sli amd. Realtek rtl8187 wireless adapter. Have not had problems with anything on the system. Works flawlesly with the x64 vista rtm.
* DFI - Lanparty UT NF4 Ultra-D (Revision 2) Installed 32-bit Ultimate and everything loaded fine and worked, didn't need to install any DFI drivers and Device Manager showed no problems at all.
* Gigabyte 7VAXP-Ultra Everything worked fine with the 32-bit Vista Ultimate install. Used the Windows XP drivers for the onboard Promise PDC20276 ATA 133 RAID controller.
* MSI K8N Diamond and K8N Neo2 Platinum - Everything installs correctly on Vista Ultimate 32bit.
* MSI K8N Neo4 FI works perfectly well with Viste Business x32 and x64, and also with Ultimate x32 and x64, at least by me.

RAID Controller

* RocketRAID 1520: Works with both x32 and x64
* Promise Ultra ATA 100 TX2 (PDC20268): works with x32 and Windows 2003 drivers
* ITE IT8212F
* Silicon Image Sil3212
* Silicon Image Sil3512 (in Shuttle FN85 Mainboard) doesn't work correctly as of yet (can't detect HDD), prober driver needed
* VIA VT6421: works with XP drivers (32bit) (can be loaded at setup)

Graphic Cards (for Aero)


o Radeon X1600Pro: Experience Index: Graphics (Aero) = 4.4; Gaming Graphics = 4.8
o Radeon X1950Pro: The Vista Catalyst drivers work completely fine under Vista32/64 - Experience Index: Graphics (Aero) = 5.9; Gaming Graphics = 5.8
o Radeon X850XT PE: Drivers provided with Windows work. (Experience Index: Aero 5,9 and Gaming 4,9)
o Radeon X600: Drivers provided with Windows work fine. All of Aero GUI works fine.
o Radeon X800XT PE: Drivers provided with Windows work fine. Vista Catalyst drivers from ATI's site also work.
o Radeon 9600XT : The Vista Catalyst drivers work completely fine. I haven't encountered a single problem yet.
o Radeon 9700Pro : The installed Vista drivers worked fine for running the Aero display as well as a few current games. The new Catalyst 8.31.100 Vista32 RTM drivers also installed without a hitch and the Catalyst Control Center also works perfectly driving a primary monitor and secondary TV-output.
o Radeon 9800Pro : Installed without a hitch. Runs Aero.
o Radeon 9600SE : Works great, runs Aero with latests ATI Drivers...only a little problem to run progs that demand OpenGL but apparently it`s normal.

* nVidia:
o GeForce 6800XT - Experience Index: Graphics (Aero) = 5.9; Gaming Graphics = 4.8
o GeForce 6600 : works fine with Vista drivers & ForceWare 97.34 (Windows Vista System Rating Score - Experience Index: Graphics (Aero) = 3,9 ; Gaming Graphics = 3,8)
o GeForce 6600GT - Dont know if its the video or what, but cant go higher than 1024x768 Resolution
o GeForce 6200 256MB : works great with Aero (Windows Vista System Rating Score - Experience Index: Aero 3.8 ; Gaming 3,0)
o GeForce FX series: works fine with Vista drivers & ForceWare 96.85[2]

PCI Express

o FireGL V3200 : works fine with Vista drivers. Windows Experience Index: Aero Graphics = 4,6, Gaming Index = 4,0.
o HIS X1600XT 256MB / 256bit: Worked fine with Vista drivers, update downloaded updated drivers and all worked fine with no issues.
o Radeon x600 Pro All-in-Wonder: Ati Drivers work fine, no support for MMC/TV as of yet.
o Radeon X1300 Pro : Works fine with Vista drivers under 32bit and 64bit. Experience Index (Aero 3.7 ; Gaming 3.7)
o Radeon X1600 pro 256MB: All functions works fine with the drivers from ati under 32bit and 64bit (x64 with the "beta driver from ati) Experience Index x64 (Aero 3.4 ; Gaming 4.2)
o Mobility Radeon x1400 : Drivers dated 1/8/2007 work fine. Older drivers seen to cause blue screens.
o Mobility Radeon X1600: Experience Index: Graphics (Aero): 4.6; Gaming Graphics: 4.8
o Radeon X800GTO² works fine with Catalyst 7.1 Drivers for Vista x32

* nVidia:
o GeForce FX5200 128MB - 256MB : works fine under Windows Vista with the drivers automatically installed from Vista installation DVD or special Vista drivers. Windows Aero theme can work. (Windows Vista System Rating Score - Experience Index: Graphics (Aero) = 2,0 ; Gaming Graphics = 2,5)
o GeForce 6200LE (extremely slows but does work; even slows down the auto-hide feature of the start bar; J.S.)
o GeForce 6600
o GeForce 6600GT
o GeForce 7600GT
o GeForce 7800GT : works fine with Vista drivers, with forceware 96.85 the NVIDIA control panel is available.
o GeForce 7800GTX : Works great (5.9 rating)
o GeForce 7900 GS KO : Works great with the default driver loaded via Vista's Install. ( 64 and 32 bit )
o GeForce 7900GT : works fine under Vista X64 using drivers from Vista installation DVD
o GeForce 7950gx2: No problems to report. Vista System Rating Score - Experience Index: Graphics (Aero) = 5,9 ; Gaming Graphics = 5,8)
o GeForce 8800GTS
o GeForce 8800GTX

Input Devices

* Synaptics TouchPad (all models) (Vista 32-bit & 64-bit driver available from: http://www.synaptics.com/support/drive.cfm)
* Logitech MX610 Wireless Laser Mouse
* Logitech MX1000 Wireless Laser Mouse
* Microsoft Trackball Optical 1.0 on USB port : works fine under Vista X64 using drivers from Vista installation DVD and drivers downloaded through Windows Update
* SAMSUNG SDM4510P Ergonomic USB Keyboard : works fine under Vista. You don't have to install the driver-program of this keyboard. All functional keys work (volume up-down, mute on-off, CD eject, song play-pause, song stop, previous song, next song, sleep)
* WACOM Volito 2 Tablet
* Microsoft Wireless Intellimouse Explorer
* Logitech MX 510 Mouse
* Logitech MX Revolution Mouse
* Logitech MX3100 Desktop
* Logitech MX3200 Desktop
* Logitech QuickCam Pro 5000
* Logitech MX 5000
* All Logitech devices using SetPoint works using version 3.3 for Vista x86/x64

Game Controllers

* Belkin Nostromo SpeedPad N52
* Logitech Cordless Rumblepad 2
* Logitech Dual Action Gamepad
* Saitek Cyborg Evo

Laptop Cards


* T.B.D.


* FireWire (IEEE-1394)
o IBM IEEE 1394 Cardbus Card - IBM FRU: 19K5686 - detected as Texas Instruments OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Device, works fine under Vista X86


* T.B.D.

Desktop Computers

* HP Compaq Business Desktop dc7xxx Series - Works fully under Vista 32-bit & 64-bit (with capable CPU) with the possible exception of Windows Aero. Windows Aero requires at least on-board Intel 945G chipset. dc7100 series desktops come with 910G chipset and do not support Windows Aero. dc7600+ desktops come with 945G (and better) chipsets.

Laptop Computers

IBM (Lenovo)

* ThinkPad T43p - CardBus, DVD Multi+ drive, Intel chipset, SATA/PATA bridge, TrackPoint, ThinkVantage function keys (volume and mute) UltraNav all work fine under Vista X86, some minor display issues with ATI Mobility FireGL V3200 SVGA chipset, which are most likely due to driver immaturity


* First SUSO KN1- CardBus, DVD Multi+ drive, Intel chipset, TrackPoint, Wlan, Lan, Modem, all work fine under Vista X86, some minor display issues with built-in graphik drivers - but nvidia forceware 110.04 will solve this


* HP 500 (p/n that have the minimum requirements for Vista)works fine using XP drivers for some devices (soundcard, modem) - no Aero
* HP nw8440 works fine using XP drivers for some devices (new drivers and utilities for Vista available from HP)

MP3 Players

* iRiver Clix 2GB
* Rio S30S & S35S - Use the XP drivers


* Zoom Modem USB ADSL (based on GlobespanVirata chip) - you can install the old XP drivers but you have to select the right modem from the connection property because by default a wrong NULL error modem is selected (check the modem properties using the IE7's Connections tab -> Settings -> Properties).
* Webpower USB ADSL (based on GlobespanVirata chip) - works fine with Zoom Modem USB ADSL drivers for XP (but you have to select the right modem from the connection property because by default a wrong NULL error modem is selected; check the modem properties using the IE7's Connections tab -> Settings -> Properties). If the device is not recognized after the software drivers installation, go to Devices Manager and press refresh button so the drivers are installed.

Network Cards

Wired Connection :

* 3COM : This company refuses to develop device drivers for their products for any 64-bit versions of Windows XP and Windows Server 2003. They also refuse to develop any Vista drivers (both 32-bit and 64-bit). It is possible that other vendors that use 3COM chips in their products (Dell, HP, etc) may take on this burden in the future. For the time being, this is a dead end.
* NVIDIA nForce Networking Controller
* Linksys EG1032 v3 (32-bit) Drivers available through Microsoft update.
* SiS 190 LAN / SiS 191 Gigabit LAN : Drivers available at SiS website
* US Robotics USR997900A (32-bit) Drivers available through Microsoft update.

Wireless Connection :

* Airlink101 AWLH3025 PC Card 802.11b/g: Works with Windows XP Driver
* Airlink101 AWLH3026 PC Card 802.11b/g: Works with Windows XP Driver
* Atheros AR5008: Works with Windows XP Driver
* D-Link AirPlus G DWL-G630: Works with Windows XP Driver

-D-Link has developed beta and non-beta Windows Vista Drivers. Check the availability here

* Netgear WAG511 Wireless PC Card 802.11b/i/g (108Mb)
* Netgear WG111v2 Wireless USB 802.11b/g adaptor (54 Mb)
* Netgear WG111T Wireless USB 802.11b/g adaptor (108Mb)

-Please note that Netgear WG111U adaptor has been discontinued.

* Netgear WG311T Wireless PCI Card 802.11b/g adaptor (108Mb)
* Netgear WG311v3 Wireless PCI Card 802.11b/g adaptor (54Mb)
* Netgear WPN311 Wireless Network Adaptor 802.11b/g (108Mb) (Try not to use Netgear manager, use default Windows Manager)

-Netgear has developed beta and non-beta Windows Vista 32-bit and 64-bit drivers. Check the availability here

* Linksys WMP54GX: Works with 32-bit version of Windows Vista. Do not use the Linksys installer. Instead, just let windows install the driver after it finds the hardware.

USB Solid-State Flash RAM Drives

For a list of ReadyBoost-compatible USB drives, see the Windows Vista ReadyBoost Compatible Devices article.

Printers and Scanners


* Brother MFC-440CN - works fine with drivers available at brother website
* Brother HL-1050 - works with pre-installed drivers
* Canon BJC 2100 - works with pre-installed drivers
* Canon i560 - works with pre-installed drivers
* Canon Pixma iP255 Inkjet - works with pre-installed drivers
* Canon Pixma iP1700 Inkjet - works with pre-installed drivers
* HP Color LaserJet 4500, 4600, and 4700 Series
* HP Color LaserJet 5500 Series
* HP Color LaserJet 8500 Series
* HP Color LaserJet 9500 Series
* HP LaserJet 1100, 1200, 1220, and 1300 Series
* HP LaserJet 2100, 2200, 2300, and 2400 Series
* HP LaserJet 3000, 3200, and 3300 Series
* HP LaserJet 4000, 4100, 4200 and 4300 Series
* HP LaserJet 5000, 5100, and 5200 Series
* HP LaserJet 8000 and 8100 Series
* HP LaserJet 9000 Series
* HP LaserJet II and III Series
* HP LaserJet 4, 5, and 6 Series
* HP LaserJet Mopier 240 and 320
* HP Deskjet 640c - works with pre-installed drivers
* HP Deskjet 920c - works with pre-installed drivers
* HP Deskjet 940c - works with pre-installed drivers
* Lexmark Z-52 - works with pre-installed drivers
* NEC SuperScript 870 - works with pre-installed drivers
* Okidata C5500N - works fine with built-in drivers (CD that comes with it does not work)
* Epson C20SX - works with pre-installed drivers
* Samsung ML-1740, ML-1710 - Get latest drivers from Samsung.com

Multifunction (Scan/Print) + Fax (Optional)

* HP PSC 2175: basic functionality only, the software doesn't install.
* HP Photosmart C5180 All-In-One
* Lexmark X5470 - works fine with drivers available from Lexmark website
* Sharp AM-900 - scanner needs a update of driver from the device manager, and vista finds the updated version of driver automatically.


* Epson Perfection V700 Photo (Vista 64-bit, index 4.6) on firewire - works fine with manufacturer's WinXP 64-bit drivers.
* Visioneer 5800 USB Scanner - Make sure to put Windows XP SP2 compatibility on the 5800 driver install program before installing the driver and restart your computer after you get it installed successfully.

Web Cameras

* Microsoft LifeCam NX-6000: works fine with latest driver from microsoft (32/64)

Sound Cards

* Analog Devices AD1988D
* Creative Labs Audigy 2 eX Platinum - Works great using Vista beta drivers. I haven't encountered a single problem yet.
* Creative Labs Audigy 2 FX - works using beta drivers available from Creative Labs web site
* Creative Labs SBLive! 24-bit - works fine with 01.04.0055 beta drivers, BUT there is a few small limitations such as lack of EAX support...for now.
* Creative Labs Sound Blaster® Audigy® SE with 7.1 Surround Sound - Works great using Vista RTM Drivers under 32bit and 64bit
* Creative Labs Sound Blaster® Audigy® 2 ZS with 2.12.0001 Vista x86 Creative Drivers, works flawlessly.
* Creative Labs Sound Blaster® Audigy® 2 with 2.12.0001 Vista x86 Creative Drivers
* Creative Labs Sound Blaster® Live 5.1 - drivers are automatically downloaded by Windows Update
* Creative Labs Sound Blaster® X-Fi™ Fatal1ty, Platinum, XtremeGamer, XtremeMusic and Sound Blaster® Elite Pro - BETA driver available (v2.13.001 dated 12/28/2006). Creative notes that Dolby Digital and DTS decoding, DVD Audio, DirectSound EAX-based games and 6.1 speaker mode are not yet supported in this release. SPIDF passthrough is supported only in Vista 32-bit. Do not use this driver for X-Fi Xtreme Audio; they have a separate driver for this one.
* Creative X-Fi Xtreme Audio works fine
* Nvidia n-Force Soundstorm onBoard Chip works fine with the actually Nvidia driver

TV Tuners

Digital Tuners

* LifeView:
o FlyTV Express mini DVB-T

Analog Tuners

* WinFast TV2000 XP Expert - Installed drivers using Microsoft's online driver search (in device manager) and works great!
* KWorld V-Stream Studio TV Terminator (Philips SAA7131) - Only work with 32bit version of Vista, and it works with Microsoft's online driver search.
* Asus TV FM Card-7135
* Avermedia UltraTV 1500 MCE (works great if used with drivers from CD only; downloading drivers for XP (auto-installing .exe file) do not work, must install each device manually by going into device manager and pointing to CD drive; J.S.)
* Hauppauge WinTV PVR 150 (works great, drivers auto-installed by windows; J.S.)

Has Problems, But Can Be Solved

Input Devices

* Genius WizardPen: (x86) Vista will recognize it as an input device, and will enable TabletPC support, but it won't work as a pen (so pen flicks, and pressure sensitivity won't work). The driver for XP doesn't install (but can be installed manually from the device manager, but even this way the wservice.exe won't run in Vista, so the advanced pen functions, like pressure sensitivity won't work)


* MSI K8N Diamond plus: SiL SATA drivers installed after you run Windows Updates. Drivers for the integrated Soundblaster Live! 24 require manual install. nVIDIA SATA ports initially recognized as IDE. Drivers need to be installed with the "have disk" option (nforce-vista 32).
* Mother boards with promise/fastrack controller (ide/raid) accepts w2k3 drivers and works fine.
* Asus K8V SE Deluxe: All drivers install except promise raid controller, which is fixed by installing from device manager and browsing the motherboard cd for the driver, after this everything works fine with no issues.
* ABIT KN8 Ultra: Integrated soundcard doesn't work out of the box, you need to install the drivers from ABIT.

SCSI Host Bus Adapters

LSI Logic

* LSI 20320-R - recognized by and drivers loaded from Vista X64 RTM (Build 6000) DVD, but hard disk drives are non-bootable (fine for storage, though). LSI Logic technical support confirms card is not fully compatible and recommends checking their web site for driver updates after Vista become generally available. As a work-around, use a PATA or SATA hard disk drive for a boot drive, or try a different brand of SCSI controller (Adaptec?)

Sound Cards

* Creative Labs Soundblaster Live! 24 (integrated). Drivers not on the CD and not available on Windows update. Basic functionality only, the software installs but doesn't work. (documented in the driver release)
* M-Audio firewire 4/10 use latest driver in xp compatablity mode to get 2 channel stereo. All other functions dont work.
* Creative Audigy2 NX basic features works but only using sample rates from USB 1.1 connection (have to unmute the headphones to work). No CMSS3D, Dolby Digital or EAX. End Of Life

Graphic Cards

* X1600 512MB: "driver in infinite loop" 0x000000

FIX: After the reboot going into the setup for the last time do this. Press Shift+F10 to open a command window. Run C:\windows\system32\devmgmt.msc this opens the device manager. Disable both the primary and secondary video card controller drivers.(You have about 60sec to do all of this) It's so stupid but it works

Printers and Scanners

* HP ScanJet 4600. Install HP software first, it will fail at the end and that is okay because VueScan requires the HP libraries to be on your computer. You may have to try and install the VueScan basic driver then reinstall the HP driver (Version, Date: 10/23/2003) This might work for most HP scanners. Note that only the VueScan software will be able to acquire an image, it does not enable anything else to work with a TWAIN driver.
* HP Laserscan Color 3600n - Works with XP Driver only. No network availability, drivers coming per HP website.
* HP ScanJet 5200C - Works if you install the driver from the Vuescan software.
* Konica Minolta Magicolor 2300DL. Tries to install as "Save to file." Detailed install instructions are available at http://onlinehelp.kmprinters.com/CPDocs/q0107023.htm
* Zebra LP2844ps Termal Printer - Works with XP drive.

Heavy Problems, currently incompatible

Motherboards / Chipsets

* VIA KT400 chipset with radeon graphics controller causes Experience Index = 1.0. In log, it says "Direct3d device could not be initialized, downgrading score to 1.0." I tested with Radeon 9600pro and X800. Same radeons works great with nForce2 chipset (Index 3.8 and 4.5). Geforce graphics controller works well with KT400. This is not just about index, all desktop graphics run very slowly (showing folder contains while moving it around in desktop is VERY slow, also resizing media player while playing video), games run well though. It feels like there is no hardware acceleration at all in desktop.

Input Devices

Logitech Keyboards and Mice with iTouch or Mouseware software included are currently incompatible.

Printers and Scanners

* Microtek ScanMaker i800 Flatbed Scanner - USB 2.0, not recognized as known device; Firewire (IEEE 1394), not recognized as a known device. Drivers not found on Windows Update. Attempting to search for drivers after installing ScanMaker Pro v7.52 (C:\ as starting point) identifies drive as ICE (USB or IEEE1394) 4800, but does not load. Unable to use at this time.
* Genius SF-600 - Not recognised. Drivers not found on Windows Update. XP install bombs out with an unsupported OS. Genius have confirmed they will not be making a Vista driver for this product.
* Dell A920/Lexmark X1100 - No Vista drivers available. Recognised by Vista but will not work with the XP drivers supplied.

Network Cards

* Intel Pro/1000 PT Server PCI-e x1 Adapter (Default Vista driver: Limited Connectivity - nothing works; 64-bit: PROVISTAX64 11.2 driver installs and detects ok, but cannot find any computers on the network, connections keep going on and off, freezing the mouse/screen and shows Limited Connectivity on screen)
* ZyXEL G-360: no drivers for any 64-bit Vista or XP.

RAID Controllers

* Adaptec Adaptec AIC-7901 (Ultra320) HOSTRaid support - In fact, very few of the Adaptec RAID controllers have full Vista drivers yet. Check the link for Adaptec's Vista compatibility chart.

Sound Cards

* Creative Sound Blaster Live! 5+1 16-bit -- The Vista drivers for this sound card was produced, but they are only for 24-bit cards. They don't work for 16-bit sound cards. Windows XP 16-bit drivers cannot be installed under Vista because of an incompatiblity problem. You receive an error message like "sound card not found" although Vista can detect sound card after you run the setup. But, the normal drivers can be installed. Download the XP driver (LiveDrvUni-Pack(ENG).exe) or insert the XP driver CD, extract from package / go "audio\drivers" and run CTZAPXX.exe. Install the drivers but this installs only drivers and only output can work. The special programs aren't installed and in-put system doesn't work (for example; Mic In. No sound during recording, default recording device can't be selected). To install the special Creative programs (AudioHQ, Creative Recorder etc...), run the setup files of these programs in the same CD / installer package. You can install them by one by under "Creative" folder.

* Maudio revolution 5.1 24/192 khz - Default installer works in compatability mode.(right click on installer run in xp compatability mode) it gives 5.1 out put but tray application does"nt respond.

Web Cameras and Digital Cameras

* LifeView FlyCAM USB 100 XP3 Web Camera - Incompatiblity problem. No Vista drivers for this device (can be found the latest XP drivers). In the end of the setup (after copying files and finishing installation), an error message nothing is written is received, then you click "Finish" button. Then, you have to install the drivers at Device Manager. But, the drivers are installed too lately here. Then, the installation completed and the camera is recognised by the name "SoC PC-Camera". But, the camera is not located in Computer and other folders. Also, AmCap doesn't active the camera to show. So, this camera doesn't work under Vista.

* Logitech Quickcam Communicate STX - Working fine on RC1, RC2 and RTM version of Vista x64. Finally Logitech did some drivers for x64 platform (XP and Vista). A complete list of devices supported could be find here. Also, download for version 10.4 of the drivers

* Logitech QuickCam 4000 - No drivers as of yet.


* Webpower USB ADSL (based on GlobespanVirata chip) - you can install the old unsigned XP drivers for Wepower but you have to select the right modem from the connection property because by default a wrong NULL error modem is selected (check the modem properties using the IE7's Connections tab -> Settings -> Properties). But the connection speed is very very slow (it worked fine in beta2, but in RTM is very very slow).
* Huawei E220 (web´n´walk Version Austria T-Mobile) - recognized as CDFS (?!) but can´t read from, no driver installed...
incompatible -> see Vista HCL :-(

Work-Around: You need another PC/Laptop and a USB Pen/Key Drive to do this:
1) Connect the E220 to your XP PC/Laptop
2) access the emulated CD Drive and copy all the Contents onto a USB Pen Drive.
3) Disconnect the E220 and the Pen Drive
4) Connect the Pen Drive to your Vista PC and install the software using the Autorun.exe file (Run as Administrator)
5) Connect the E220 - Vista will only recognize a USB Mass Storage Device and the emulated CD drive which it cannot access.
6) Open the Device Manager (in the Control Panel)
7) Look for the USB Mass Storage Device in the "Universal Serial Bus controllers" Section

If there are more than one USB Mass Storage Devices, right click each one,
select Properties, Details and then "Children"
If it says "Huawei" somewhere inside the Value, you found the right one.

8) Right click on the Mass Storage Device and select "Update Driver Software"
9) Select "Browse my Computer"
10) Select "Let me pick"
11) Uncheck "Show compatible devices"
12) Select "(Generic USB Host Controller)" in the Manufacturer Tab
13) Select "USB Composite Device" in the Model Tab
14) Finish installing the Composite Device driver
15) Afterwards, Vista will add another USB Mass Storage Device, and if you are lucky, also 2 "Data Interfaces"
16) If it doesn't detect the Data Interfaces, disconnect and reconnect your E220.
17) Vista should now detect all the E220s Data Interfaces
18) When asked to insert the disk containing the drivers, choose "I don't have the disk"
19) Enter the \Drivers\WinXP Subfolder of your USB Pen Drive
20) Repeat Step 18&19 for the second Data Interface
21) Start your Huawei Mobile Connect (Web'n'Walk Manager) Software, and connect

This has worked for me 3 times, I hope it does so for you, too!
Note: This does NOT fix the Problem concerning the corrupt emulated CD-ROM Drive!


56K Modems

* Intel 537EP - No Vista drivers available from Intel. Can manually force installation of an XP driver for this modem and modem will function, however, the blue screen of death will appear on every shutdown of Vista as there is an error with IntelC52.sys.

Mobile / Cell Phone / Handi

* Sanyo SCP-7300 - No drivers are known to work. Tried force-installing XP drivers, still doesn't work. I wouldn't hold your breath. These drivers will probably never be ported to Vista since it's an older (more than a couple years old) phone.
* Sony Ericsson W800i - No drivers working. Only tested on Vista 64 bit. XP drivers may work on 32 bit version. In an email from there support they stated they will have software and drivers ready by June this year.

Sony W300I no drivers compatible with Vista

TV Tuners

* Anysee E30 Vista 64-bit drivers missing. Couldn't find XP 64-bit drivers either.

Espero que os guste la lista y os ayude a saber si disponeis o no un hardware compatible con Vista.....
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