Tuesday, November 7, Came up right away. I appreciate your efforts. The link listed in the main post is broken the new one is: Once installed, the driver path has changed too, it is now under C:
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Spent hours trying to figure this out. I appreciate your efforts.
Friday, May 14, 4: First got rid of the linksys files ran the ralink file rebooted went to hardware and chose the unused. 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 the Windows 7 interface. So far vista is an enormous disappointment with respect to ease of installation. From the link given above, find your chipset under part number column and then click to download.
A warning poped up, saying not recomended. I did end up using the Conceptrinic. Sunday, November 19, 8: This worked amazing, thanks so much!!!
I have been searching everywhere and you were the first one to provider the solution. It just so happened that my card is the same version as yours ver.
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I appreciate the input. They still provide the wml54gv4 somewhere on their site. Thanks again for the information above. Tuesday, May 24, 3: It saved me a long, painful quest. Monday, December 25, Not an IT pro?
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Wednesday, December 20, 4: Proposed as answer by kaributas Friday, August 6, 8: I had to use the second driver in the “2L Conceptronic ” list. Friday, January 23, 5: I finally called up Linksys support and got step by step help from them. If you don’t have the network card installed yet, install it then look for it.
The link you provide is broken. Proposed as answer by Dusty Friday, January 23, 4: The download is an installer. Saturday, March 3,