LINKSYS WMP54G VER 4.1 WINDOWS 7 DRIVER DOWNLOAD
Notify me of new comments via email. I tried numerous file hosting sites and such, I also did an extensive google reconnaisance to no avail. Well, by being the tinkerer that I am, I managed to kill a perfectly good OS install by playing around with it. My new code; Code:. It extracts 2 files netr Thanks again for your assistance. For me it was the entry before last the one that worked, i just tried each until one was right.
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Linksys WMP54G Wireless-G PCI Adapter Driver for Windows XP Driver – TechSpot
I haven’t installed the chipset drivers yet My new code; Code: Then I search my backup drive for the original files I will keep you posted. I have checked both linksys XP and Vista driver codes from their driver package and the codes are different Your code Code: I just downloaded it, just to be sure I wasn’t crazy.
Fill in your details below or linkssys an icon to log in: For those of you that are still looking for a good 32 bit driver for the v4. I go to the Linksys by Cisco site and download the Vista drivers and the package only contains two files and no executable.
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Linksys WMP54G Wireless-G PCI Adapter Driver 220.127.116.11 for Windows XP
So you will need to ensure you are downloading a 64 bit driver. Marking this thread solved! You are commenting using your WordPress. I dont wanna, go back to xp or vista or even throw the adapter. Easy instruction and worked perfectly! I would assume that the driver you supplied me will not work with the new ID.
But just to be on the safe side Page 1 of 2. I am about to scrap a perfectly good wireless card because I can’t get it to install.
This is the wireless card. Yes, I have the v4. I have to report success.
Glad to hear you got it sorted out. You only need to select the correct adapter from the right-side column. What is the make and model of the computer?
Are you sure you have a v4. It is, obviously, the wrong driver anyway. By simple oversight, I did not backup the installation file. This did not work on the 32 bit version of windows 7… I have not tried it on the 64 bit. Thanks again linksyw your assistance.