I recommend you be prepared to do more than that. I've been in similar situations and, unfortunately, sometimes forum members are unable to help.Will try updating the firmware and see... Thanks.
Also, some vendors will state "Windows 8 Compatible" and then it turns out that not all variations are supported (e.g., only 32-bit). On the D-Link site for the device, you see the Windows 8 Compatible logo, but not much else specifically referencing Windows 8. Anyway, my point being that especially when you are getting the sense that forums members are not able to help, then you should also submit a trouble ticket to the vendor using their Support page.