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. Does this download and install recipe for the Ralink driver work? Of course not as fast as Gigabit ethernet. I have read things about getting drivers from the chip manufacturer, but have been unable to find them or even chip maker. All times are GMT

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WMP54GS and Windows 7 (64-Bit)

So if anyone has this same setup Driver Release History Last Released Date: When I bought it I was told there was Windows 7 support. Now I can’t find a driver that will work at all.

Only works on version 1. I’ve seen fixes for x64, but linksye wondering about x I checked with Linksys and apparently they don’t have windows 7 drivers yet.

I’ve tried searching around for solutions getting the drivers to work for it, linksts everything I found hasn’t helped, so I thought I would try here. Of course not as fast as Gigabit ethernet. Does this download and install recipe for the Ralink driver work?

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Hope it will work. Please help me if you have some info. Download the file from: Originally Posted by dsperber. Other than bi Broadcom drivers that Windows installs naturally.

Linksys WMP54G Driver. Is there one?? I need it! – Windows 7 Help Forums

Message 8 of 21 66, Views. All times are GMT There are 2 drivers on the page dated and and the page states that there are drivers for 32 and 64 bit. I hope this bif works.

I cannot find any win7 drivers for it. Will this work for a 32 bit system? Thats just not gonna fly. Linkwys 7 of 21 66, Views.

It will extract the files and run the installer. Message 10 of 21 66, Views. Download and run the setup.

Even if they are making the only available product that I need. Windows 7 wont recognize my wireless card wmp54g.

WMP54GS and Windows 7 (Bit) – Linksys Community

Still in use today. For an item of this low price, my own approach would be that it’s just not worth my time to try and utilize a legacy hardware item into a modern environment. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.


This might well be usable in a bit Win7 world. 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 Actually, just noticed this is the identical link that Pooch posted above Message 5 of 21 71, Views. Find More Posts by dsperber.