How did you know which driver to use on the ralink site? Message 9 of 14 53, Views. Also, the manufacturer of the chipset, Ralink, have bit drivers available. Check this tutorial first: Sign In Become an Icrontian.

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By the way, welcome to Icrontic to the both of you, Jasdemi and eyc I suggest everyone do something similar. OS Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit. I honestly think either Win 7 should have been issued as a Vista patch or at the very wmmp54g every Vista licence holder should get a free copy or a substantial discount. I’ve tried the three PCI-based drivers but no joy.

We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Thanks for posting your solution. After installation the digitally signed Linksys drivers didn’t seem to work at all. Intel Core i7 Mobo: Thanks for your reply and suggestion.


WMP54G v – Linksys Updated Drivers

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Find More Posts by masian. I’ve tried so many wmp45g ideas on the Internet to get this card running, and yours finally worked! Figured it out my self ,kinda lucky I guess Paraphrasing floppybootstomp because I have a very similar problem.

Drivers for WMP54G and Windows 7

Similar help and support threads. Originally Posted by rmura. There are several versions of the WMP54G adapter. And thanks again for your help!! Either the card isn’t making sufficient contact with the motherboard, or it’s dead. Ok, I figured out, that I have the v4. Any help is appreciated!

Any ideas how to lknksys this issue? Dec edited Dec In the end I managed to get my card working most of the time sometimes it stops for a second, not nice when you have f. I’m now dual booting XP and 7.

*FIX* Linksys WMP54G v4.1 lag on Windows 7

OK, now I need help. Message 7 of 14 53, Views. I cannot find any win7 drivers for it.


Now my problem is, the fix worked for me for like 1 day and suddenly my game froze and made some weird sound. I nearly decided to go draw another cable I surely experienced no freezing, though.

What a bizarre solution. Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit.

I had intended to use Win 7 when it is at last released as an OEM version and put my version of Vista onto the versiom I’m using as a Media machine but I’m a little wary now.

No, I bailed on the card because the performance still wasn’t as good as newer wireless chipsets such as those featured on the D-Link card.