Please let me know if there is anything else I could try. I also tried to get a new driver but all they had was a .bin firmware upgrade and none of the release notes said anything about Vista 64 bit compatbility issues resolved.
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The operating system is irrelevant and you do NOT need a driver for a router.
You need a working ethernet driver which if you have a 192.x.x.x address sounds like it is working.
If the behaviour is the same on two different routers then assuming they're set up correctly for your internet with appropriate usernames, passwords and settings, then the ISP is more likely at fault.
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