They still provide the drivers somewhere on their site. The weird thing is that I finally managed to get the adapter to work with Windows Vista Business 64bit dualboot configuration. Select – Network Adapters if not listed yet 8. If you managed in one way or another to install a non-working driver, you can go to open control panel – open system – go to hardware tab – slect device manager – go to network adapters select the faulty adapter – right mouse click – upate driver and repeat step a – f i Open Railink wireless utility either via start menu – programs – railink wireless , or via the icon in the bottom right part of your screen Verify that the Radio is turned on. From the link given above, find your chipset under part number column and then click to download. I have this adapter in combination with Windows XP Professional 64bit and I just can’t get it to work.
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I wmp54t your efforts. I download these drivers and I installed them one after the other but it dosen’t work for me, I mean my Win still doesn’t find the proper drivers for my card. Resources for IT Professionals.
WMP54G Driver for windows XP bits – Linksys Community
I appreciate the input. Message 4 of 14 24, Views.
Message 9 of 14 9, Views. Message 3 of 14 25, Views. I’m about to test out your WMP54G 4. I’ve noticed a lot of posts regarding the lack of Vista-compatible Linksys wireless card drivers but no posted solutions of this nature. Message 6 of 14 16, Views. I use,d everything on the list just adapted it for my 64XP pro OS and it worked great.
WMP54G Compatibility with XP 64-bit?
I just followed these steps to successfully install the drivers on Vista RC1 git with one small change: Message 10 of 14 9, Views. Thank you as I have been fighting this for months. I’d like to mention that the Ralink website no longer exists since their merger with MediaTek.
I will choose a driver to install”. Then choose driver, then choose “update driver”. It saved me a long, painful quest. Spent hours trying to figure this out.
So in my case second time was the charm for my 64 bit system. Here’ is the link to the Ralink support page with all the drivers: Under Found new hardware, perform the following steps: Choose “Install from a list or specific location Advanced “.
Choose not to connect to the internet at this time and click “next” button. If you still have problems call Linksys support, they were very helpful!
Haven’t had a chance to try the original post’s method of installing a working driver for the LinkSys WMP54G v4, but as for the intended link I navigated through their site and found this wjp54g to be the best guess at the driver location: Message Edited by texnguy on None of the software protocols work such as wireless network monitor and another one i’ve seen in the boards here.
For many days I’ve tried similar fixes with no results. Skinny Pirate u are a life saver, thanks for the help.
WMP54G Compatibility with XP bit? – Linksys Community
Message 8 of 14 15, Views. So you must take this extra step install the driver Right now it is stuck validating identity. I’m running Windows 7 Enterprise 64 bit and ended up with linksyz WMP54GV4 that’s what’s printed on the card and followed your instructions with a few differences due to the Windows 7 interface.
They still provide the drivers somewhere on their site.
It has trouble connecting when I am more than 5 meters away from my router. After the “initial” install the driver is not “automatically” detected and installed because the device information files in these packages have been manipulated to include the linksys adapters and therefore are no longer “digitally signed”.