I originally got her working by downloading the Vista driver from the Cisco site. It is, obviously, the wrong driver anyway. I have an older WMP54G v4. And I just noticed you are using 64bit. Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links. If anyone knows of another valid link and or has a copy of the Vista Drivers for this card. St Louis, MO Posts:
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If anyone knows of another valid link and or has a copy of the Vista Drivers for this card.
I have checked both linksys XP and Vista driver codes from their driver package and the codes are different Your code Code:. If it is custom made please post the make and model number of the Motherboard.
I am not sure if this is going to work, I must use your “code” Make sure you create a restore point before attempting this driver. Let wmp5g pick the driver Select: That’s all you can do. After I moved the card back to the lowest PCI slot and removed all the old linksys and ralink drivers and rebooted, all I did was scan for new hardware under device manager and the WMP54G automatically installed.
I have to report success.
Linksys WMP54G Wireless-G PCI Adapter Driver for Windows XP Driver – TechSpot
The executable is a self extracting zip kb. Hi, Can you post the Hardware ID of the driver you need?
Linksyw to hear you got it sorted out. I originally got her working by downloading the Vista driver from the Cisco site. I will try as soon as I get home. Windows 8 Professional x64 My System.
Linksys WMP54G Wireless-G PCI Adapter Driver 126.96.36.199 for Windows XP
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If all goes well I will be online without the realtek USB adapter. I appreciate all your help!!! Well, by being the tinkerer that I am, I managed to kill a perfectly good OS install by playing around with it.
I just downloaded it, just to be sure I wasn’t crazy. This is the x64 version of 7. So you will need to ensure you are downloading a 64 bit driver. I have checked both linksys XP and Vista driver codes from their driver package linkshs the codes are different Your code Code: My new code; Code: Page 1 of 2. As soon as I am done typing this I am going to uninstall and clean up the drivers and try again with veraion Linksys drivers.
Thanks again for your assistance. Take a look at my system pull down It is, obviously, the wrong driver anyway. Sometimes the Vista drivers work, sometimes not. I haven’t installed the chipset drivers yet Now, lo and behold.
I go to the Linksys by Cisco site and download the Vista drivers and the package only contains two files and no cersion.
Originally Posted by gavinzach Now, lo and behold. See code tables below My new code; Code:.