First got rid of the linksys files ran the ralink file rebooted went to hardware and chose the unused. Friday, August 6, 8: I recommend anyone that has the ver. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. I also used the first one on the right hand side worked perfect the first time. Obviously throw on a flash drive if you are downloading from another computer. Wednesday, May 27, 5:
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I recommend anyone that has the ver. Glad you posted that updated URL so soon.
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Wednesday, May 27, 5: By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. This vsita where you get the install file Wednesday, March 21, 2: So far vista is an enormous disappointment with respect to ease of installation. The link you provide is broken. Hi there I tried this exactly and my system freezes every time, I have to manually reboot in safe mode to remove the install.
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I use,d everything on the list just adapted it for my 64XP pro OS and it worked great. Once installed, the vjsta path has changed too, it is now under C: Saturday, August 15, Thsi should be it! I have wmp54gg4 wmp54g V4 and Windows7 x Thank you as I have been fighting this for months.
Friday, August 6, 5: We’re doing this the old-fashioned way. It saved me a long, painful quest. They still provide the drivers somewhere on their site.
Saturday, March 3, I also used the first one on the right hand side worked perfect the first time. Monday, January 24, 6: The link listed in the main post is broken the new one is: Friday, August 6, 8: In the case of my v4.
A warning poped up. Wednesday, December 27, I have no idea if this matters. Wednesday, December 20, 4: I’d hate to have vidta go back to XP until Linksys manages to put out some drivers for their products, but it’s not looking good here. Proposed as answer by Dusty Friday, January 23, 4: Find it in the list of devices and uninstall it.
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 link to be the best guess at the driver location: Sunday, November 19, 8: Its easy enough to find the driver on the mediatek website, just search, have to give name and email and copy the characters correctly to download, i followed the advice above and am goin to try the rt driver, ill post back if it doesnt work out.
First got rid of the linksys files ran the ralink file rebooted went to hardware and chose the unused.