Microsoft site claims WMP54G v4. It will extract the files and run the installer. 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: Thanks for your reply. Vista 64 claims it can’t find a driver even if I browse directly to the directory where the driver is located. And I just got a Windows 7 capable computer and got it installed.
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WMP54GS and Windows 7 (Bit) – Linksys Community
Download and run the setup. Message 5 of 15 32, Views. So when I saw the RAlinktech website, I thought about giving it a go. When I had downloaded it they still had RT61 listed on ther, they must have just recently updated. My system detects the wmp54g, but can’t find a driver. Only works on version 1. It took a bit of figuring out for this poor user, so I’ll post slightly more detailed steps in linksyss others are having trouble.
Thats just not gonna fly. Other than the Broadcom drivers that Windows installs naturally. So if anyone has this same setup Should the 32 bit version work with Vista 64? Thanks so much wclannin!
Linksys WMP54G – Wireless-G PCI Adapter Driver – TechSpot
Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by wmpp54g possible matches as you type. The Broadcom drivers are terrible. 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.
Linksys WMP54G Wireless-G PCI Adapter Driver 18.104.22.168 for Windows Vista
For a windows vista 32 bit, yes and the hardware version is 1. I’ve been trying for the better half of a day. Message 8 of 21 66, Views. How did you figure that out?
In Windows’ device manager update the driver and choose smp54g own driver and say “have disc” then point it to the location the files were extracted to in C: Of course not as fast as Gigabit ethernet.
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Message Edited by primus on Microsoft site claims WMP54G v4. It has the latest driver and it still doesn’t get internet connectivity. You will have to “force” Win Vista to accept the driver.
Ralink makes the chipset for this specific model. I went to the Ralink support website, but which driver set should I download? Message 8 of 15 25, Wmp54f. Download the file from: Message 10 of 21 66, Views.
Now I can’t find a driver that will work at all. Message 10 of 15 25, Views.
I believe that this is only relevant for the 4.