Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. They still provide the drivers somewhere on their site. In the right hand column, select the Network Adapter name that fits your card. My apologies for a double post. Using the method outlined in this post, the card is now working faultlessly. That driver date is:

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First got rid of the linksys files ran the ralink file rebooted went to hardware and chose the unused. Thank you very much. I also did this, but the link is broken.

WMP54GS and Windows 7 (64-Bit)

I also used the first one on the right hand side worked perfect the first time. I use,d everything on the list just adapted it for my 64XP pro OS and it worked great. You are commenting using your Twitter account. There maybe an inf file in it.

Can you update it? Does anyone have a fix for v1. Their site only has vista 32bit drivers.


This is what needs to be done: So in my case second time was the charm for my 64 bit system. From the link given above, find your chipset under part number column and then click to download. If you have a computer winodws Windows 7 with the WMP54G as your network card, you will noticed that Windows is unable to find any drivers for the card, and there for will be unable to use the card at all.

[Wireless] Linksys WMP54g v and Windows 7 x64 – Linksys | DSLReports Forums

I recommend anyone that has the ver. Remove From My Forums. For those of you that are still looking for a good 32 bit driver for the linkshs.

This could save a bunch of folks some grief. Once installed, the driver path has changed too, it is now under C: Well i’ll tell YOU!!!

Generally, you’ll find more recent drivers if you go straight to the chipset manufacturer. Thank you as I have been fighting this for months. Popular Posts C64 to: Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: WMP54G V1 version 1. Message 9 of 21 66, Views. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here The link you provide is broken. Here’s the link to Ralink’s Windows driver page: 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.


I’ve noticed a lot of posts regarding the lack of Vista-compatible Linksys wireless card drivers but no posted solutions of this nature. Results 1 to 10 of Your insturctions worked perfectly, Thanks! In the wijdows hand column, select the Network Adapter name that fits windpws card.

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