Driver Release History Last Released Date: And I just got a Windows 7 capable computer and got it installed. If you have another version of the card, you may have to search to find out what version of Ralink’s chipset it is using or do a little try and die until you get it. It will extract the files and run the installer. I have a wmp54g V4 and Windows7 x I’m running Windows 7 Enterprise 64 bit and ended up with the WMP54GV4 that’s what’s printed on the card and followed your instructions with a few differences due to the Windows 7 interface. So in my case second time was the charm for my 64 bit system.
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This is where you get the install file Message 4 of 5 2, Views.
Once you open the Systems icon, on the left hand side click on Device Manager. I appreciate your efforts. If you still have problems call Linksys support, they were very helpful! Upon completing Step 10, above, I receive the error: For a technique to use an unsupported 3rd party driver to get it working.
WMP54GS and Windows 7 (64-Bit)
So far vista is an enormous disappointment with respect to ease of installation. From the link given above, find your chipset under part number column and then click to download. Now go into the Device Manager and find the Network Card should be flagged under Network Adapters since the driver hasn’t been found yet by Windows.
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If I hook the computer directly up to my netgear router via cable, Windows Update will download and install a more recent version of said driver no improvement. Haven’t had a chance to try the original post’s method of installing a working driver for the LinkSys WMP54G v4, but as for the intended link I navigated through their site and found this link to be the best guess at the driver location: Now I can’t find a driver that will work at all.
Unfortunately, no matter what browser I used, the site sent me an empty 0 kb file instead of the actual installer. I’m running Windows 7 Enterprise 64 bit and ended up with the WMP54GV4 that’s what’s printed on the card and followed your instructions with a few differences due to the Windows 7 interface.
WMP54GS and Windows 7 (Bit) – Linksys Community
Thats just not gonna fly. WMP54g v2 for Vista 32bit driver? We’re doing this the old-fashioned way. Find it in the list of devices and uninstall it.
WMP54g v2 for Vista 32bit driver?
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Can you update it? In Windows’ device manager update the driver and choose your own driver and say “have disc” then point it to the location the files were extracted to in C: Did you set the encryption correctly? I also used the first one on the right hand side wmp54sg perfect the first time.
The Broadcom drivers are terrible.
Download and run the setup. As stated vitsa, do a Google to find your chipset no identifiers on the card. Will this work for a 32 bit system? Other than the Broadcom drivers that Windows installs naturally.
This is what needs to be done: There was a problem installing this hardware: Then do the manual installation. Thanks again for the information above. Its easy enough to find the driver on the mediatek website, just search, have to give name and email and copy linksyd characters correctly to download, i followed the advice above and am goin to try the rt driver, ill post back linkss it doesnt work out.
The download is an installer.