Linksys Wireless-g 2.4 Ghz Wmp54g Driver Download Windows 7 Install Update
How on earth is it possible that a company such as LinkSys doesn't release drivers for it's products for Windows 7?
When I bought a linksys card I thought this would be better than the cheap ones because they have better support. It updated our drivers. I agree, Linsys needs to post that Windows 7 may cause difficulty and you need to update your drivers. It doesn't specifcally say Windows 7 but it works with both Vista and 7.
It kept saying it failed but I saw my wireless connection, clicked on it and now it is working just fine. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
WMP54G and Windows 7 drivers. Where are the drivers or any officcial info from Linksys on Windows 7 drivers? Message 1 of 16 9, Views. It is almost as if Windows 7 doesn't exist as far as Linksys is concerned.
If they don't make drivers available then I will be forced to move to a different network adapter other than Linksys. Message 2 of 16 9, Views. Message 3 of 16 9, Views. Netgear has a spot right on their homepage for Windows 7 customers to click for help. I guess Linksys getting swallowed by Cisco has made them forgotten. Message 4 of 16 9, Views. Don't know when linksys will officially release the drivers for windows 7, i think we need to wait for some more time.
Message 5 of 16 9, Views. This was the last time I ever bought something from Linksys Message 6 of 16 9, Views. It work for me so it should work for others. The WMP54G was one of the most popular wireless cards available. Then again there wasn't support for it in the first releases of Vista either. Message 7 of 16 8, Views. Where did you get or find this driver?
Message 8 of 16 8, Views. It is one built into Windows 7. Message 9 of 16 8, Views. Message 10 of 16 8, Views.
WMP54G and Windows 7 drivers
Linksys WMP54G Wireless-G PCI Adapter Driver 188.8.131.52 for Windows XP
A window will come up. Device manager window will pop up and right click on the adapter listed under 'Network Adapter' and click on update driver automatically. So understand you are dealing with a bit of a novice I have learned a ton the last 6 months but still have a long ways to go. I followed your instruction to the "T" and everyworked until the last part Just for trying something else, I also right clikced on the "Network Adaptors" and right clickd and chose "Scan for hardware Changes" and when I did that I got a box prompt "Device driver software was not successfully installed"? I am feeling really dumb that I did not check and verify that there was a new updated driver for Windows 7 before I did the reformat. I just assumed something would be out there. I believe you need to go for a different adaptor which is compatible with Win7.