This is my first post here and the problem I have is the same as Ari's.
Yesterday I've bought WD Live Hub and so far I'm thrilled with it, above all with its extensive codec support. However, I've also bought D-Link N-150 wireless adapter (DWA-125) - it was the cheapest WiFi dongle from the list of supported adapters which I was able to find here in Croatia - and it was only after I came home and tried to connect the device to the network that I've noticed that it has revision number "A3" instead of "A2" from the official list of supported adapters.
So my question is basically this: would it be too complicated for WD technicians to tweak the WD Live Hub's software in such a way that it works with new revisions of previously supported wireless adapters, and include those adjustments in future firmware release? I don't believe that the changes between different versions of same adapters are so radical that it would demand much work from WD. It would make choosing the right adapter easier and less likely to go wrong.
Thank you very much in advance.