Of course not as fast as Gigabit ethernet. The Broadcom drivers are terrible. Hey Tincob – glad you got it working! Driver Release History Last Released Date: Download and run the setup. I downloaded that driver, but it won’t install
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How did you figure that out?
Need Vista 64 bit driver for WMP54G
I’ve 664 trying for the better half of a day. Thanks for your reply. Ralink makes the chipset for this specific model. I believe that this is only relevant for the 4. Now I can’t find a driver that will work at all. Of course not as fast as Gigabit ethernet. Only works on version 1.
Hopefully as more migrate, there will be better driver support. I downloaded that driver, but it won’t install Vista 64 claims it can’t find a driver even if I browse directly to the directory where the driver is located.
Does anyone have a fix for v1. Bypass the automatic search and choose to designate the driver you want to install. Download and run the setup.
Linksys WMP54G Wireless-G PCI Adapter Driver 22.214.171.124 for Windows Vista
Message 7 of 21 66, Views. Microsoft site claims WMP54G v4. Am frustrated that it is not working for me.
Maybe it’s a Windows Vista issue. For a windows vista 32 bit, yes and the hardware version is 1. I went to the Ralink support website, but which driver set should I download?
WMP54GS and Windows 7 (Bit) – Linksys Community
It took a bit of figuring out for this poor user, so I’ll post slightly more detailed steps in case others are having trouble. Click “Browse” enter the path e. Message 4 of 21 75, Views. It’s ridiculous that Linksys doesn’t have a working 64 bit driver upgrade available still.
I’m having the same issues as the rest of you with Vista 64 compatibility.
Thanks so much wclannin! Message 6 of 15 26, Views. Message 5 of 15 32, Views. Message Edited by primus on You will have to “force” Win Vista to accept the driver. Message 3 of 21 76, Views. 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: Since I cant seem to find an edit button Hey Tincob – glad you got it working!
And Wmp54v just got a Windows 7 capable computer and got it installed.