For a windows vista 32 bit, yes and the hardware version is 1. I’ve seen fixes for x64, but am wondering about x Originally Posted by Carolyn. Message 10 of 21 66, Views. The Broadcom drivers are terrible. Originally Posted by dsperber Actually, just noticed this is the identical link that Pooch posted above I tried a driver for a chip that had a similar number and no go.
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Linksys WMP54G – Wireless-G PCI Adapter
The driver at this link worked for me in Win 7 32bit. Message 2 of 21 76, Views. Vista and 7 32 bit.
Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. For a windows vista 32 bit, yes and the hardware version is 1. In fact, the thread ends recently with: Windows 7 wont recognize my wireless card wmp54g.
WMP54GS and Windows 7 (Bit) – Linksys Community
Message 5 of 21 71, Views. Move on to other challenges.
I hope this driver works. Will this work for a 32 bit system?
Now I can’t find a driver that will work at all. Download the file from: The time now is Carolyn Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit posts. I cannot get it to work. Other than the Broadcom drivers that Windows installs naturally. It will extract the files and run the installer.
So I decided to go with the X-Fi Titanium, and was very very happy. TRK Vista and 7 32 bit 1 posts.
Linksys WMP54G Driver. Is there one?? I need it! – Windows 7 Help Forums
Originally Posted by Carolyn. Message 4 of 21 75, Views. Windows 7 Ultimate x Driver Release History Last Released Date: I recently wwmp54g to windows 7 professional, and now my network adapter does not work.
What really makes me mad is that linksys is so far behind that they dont have a driver for 7 64bit, Then to top wkp54g off they had enough nerve w,p54g offer me model numbers for a new card that would work! 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: I checked with Linksys and apparently they don’t have windows 7 drivers yet.
Ralink does not offer a driver on their site for the particular chip.
I’ve seen fixes for x64, linkxys am wondering about x Originally Posted by dsperber. That driver date is: Download and run the setup. Originally Posted by dsperber Actually, just noticed this is the identical link that Pooch posted above When I bought it I was told there was Windows 7 support.