This is the x64 version of 7. All times are GMT Because I didn’t back them up. Virus Problem, Please Help. Page 1 of 2. Marking this thread solved! Why can it not find the card initially???
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Linksys WMP54G Wireless-G PCI Adapter Driver for Windows XP Driver – TechSpot
Why can it not find the linksy initially??? Thanks again for your assistance. Let me pick the driver Select: It extracts 2 files netr If anyone knows of another valid link and or has a copy of the Vista Drivers for this card.
I have to report success. Windows 8 Professional x64 My System.
Originally Posted by gavinzach Now, lo and behold. I will keep you posted. Originally Posted by gavinzach. St Louis, MO Posts: I am going to pull the card tonight and check the revision. If you need continued assistance after that, please PM myself or another staff wmp54gg to have the thread opened.
Sometimes the Vista drivers work, sometimes not. Originally Linkksys by Dogg https: As you can see By simple oversight, I did not backup the installation file.
You then goto the hardware, choose the upgrade driver option, and point Windows to the location of the files.
Remove any other Linksys driver you may have installed Extract the driver and manually install it through the device manager The driver is attached below. But just to be on the safe side I go to the Linksys by Cisco site and download the Vista drivers and the package only contains two files and no executable.
The executable is a self extracting zip kb. Originally Posted by Dogg.
Linksys Wmp54g PCI Wireless-g 2.4 GHz Adapter 4.1
Yes, I have the v4. I appreciate all your help!!!
I have checked both linksys XP and Vista driver codes from their versio package and the codes are different Your code Code: See code tables below I would rather not tie up a usb port with a LAN stick. So now I am in a pickle. So you will need to ensure you are downloading a 64 bit driver.
Because I didn’t back them up. The chipset drivers are installed now. Well, by being the tinkerer that I am, I managed to kill a perfectly good OS install by playing around with it. All times are GMT And I just noticed you are using 64bit.