I’d hate to have to go back to XP until Linksys manages to put out some drivers for their products, but it’s not looking good here. They still provide the drivers somewhere on their site. Skinny Pirate u are a life saver, thanks for the help. Message 1 of 5 2, Views. It should give you information on the driver. Since I cant seem to find an edit button Driver Release History Last Released Date:
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For a windows vista 32 bit, yes and the hardware version is 1. I did end up using the Conceptrinic.
Skinny Pirate wmpp54gs are a life saver, thanks for the help. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. In the case of my v4. I have tried resetting everything winsock, etc via command prompt.
This is, of course, not suppoted by Linksys. Message 6 of 21 70, Views.
I’ve been trying for the better half of a day. For many days I’ve tried similar fixes with no results.
Came up right away. Here’ vists the link to the Ralink support page with all the drivers: So either another driver exists somewhere, or there is some trick to getting it to work with my OS. Driver Release History Last Released Date: As stated before, do a Google to find your chipset no identifiers on the card.
Spent hours trying to figure this out. For a technique to use an unsupported 3rd party driver to get it working. We’re doing this the old-fashioned way. From the link given above, find your chipset under part number column and then click to download.
Message 4 of 5 2, Views. Download the file from: 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 wmp54hs Windows 7 interface. The download is an installer.
I have a wmp54g V4 and Windows7 x I’d like to mention that the Ralink website no longer exists since their merger with MediaTek.
Message 8 of 21 66, Views. The adapter does connect to the internet, and the signal strength is “excellent”, but if drill down to the properties of the connection, it says that IPV4 is connected to the internet, but IPV6 is “limited.
Thanks a ton for your clear instructions. Does anyone have a fix for v1. Skinny Pirate you rock my world. Are there any people out there that might have an answer for me here? This worked amazing, thanks so much!!! Thsi should be it!
That driver date is: 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: So if anyone has this same setup Other laptops in the house have no problems with the wmp54gss.