Originally Posted by dsperber. Message 3 of 20 , Views. Message 4 of 20 , Views. Vista and 7 32 bit. Tried them and it causes BSOD on my pc. I checked with Linksys and apparently they don’t have windows 7 drivers yet.
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It looks like the chips are from Ralink here is a link to the site where I found this with a download http: I cannot find any win7 drivers for it. Actually, just noticed this is the identical link that Pooch posted above I hope this driver works.
WMP54G and Windows 7
I am unable to use internet on my desktop linksgs I can make this work due to shared router. I too have an old Linksys wireless-g 54GS card and I’m trying for the life of me to get it working under Windows 7 32 bit.
Find More Posts by Carolyn. Now that that is out of the way This might well be usable in a bit Win7 world.
Ralink Linksys WMP54GR w/RangeBooster Wireless-G PCI Adapter drivers for Windows 7 x64
Try the Vista driver for Windows 7. I tried a driver for a chip that had a similar number and no go. Tried them and it causes BSOD on my pc.
Anyhow, My linksys wifi card has been having troubles and I can’t seem to find a good driver for it and to be honest I’m not even sure what the issues is. Message 7 of 20Views. Reasonable price, available, usable immediately, supported by Creative for Win7.
The time now is There are 2 drivers on the page dated and and the page states that there are drivers for 32 and 64 bit. Ralink does not offer a driver on their site for the particular chip. I was able to find a link from a thread in seven forums for a driver, but that one did not work either.
Originally Posted by dsperber.
Before deciding, I did audition the built-in Realtek ALC chip on my motherboard, but for some reason it didn’t sound as good as an older ALC chip sounded on another machine of mine Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit. Please help me if you have some info. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
In fact, the thread ends recently with: They Linksys have no driver for Windows 7 as yet I had a similar issue but I manually assigned the driver to get around it but then my system would crash every time I go to use the network so I think we are just going to have to wait till linksys has drivers for windows 7.
I checked with Windowws and apparently they don’t have windows 7 drivers yet. Originally Posted by Carolyn have you tried this page? Message 1 of 20Views.
This is fairly new and it would be real nice if it could be more than an expansion slot plug! I talked with linksys and they said they are working on it.
Linksys WMP54G Driver. Is there one?? I need it! – Windows 7 Help Forums
Message 4 of 20Views. But they could not tell me when they will be out. If anyone knows of any fixes or ways to get around this problem I would Their site only has vista 32bit drivers.