Since it has been a long time since win7 has been out I think they are never coming out. I have read things about getting drivers from the chip manufacturer, but have been unable to find them or even chip maker. Please help me if you have some info. Originally Posted by Carolyn. Anyhow, My linksys wifi card has been having troubles and I can’t seem to find a good driver for it and to be honest I’m not even sure what the issues is.

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It looks like the chips are from Ralink here is a link to the site where I found this with a download http: I have read things about getting drivers from the chip manufacturer, but have been unable to linkwys them or even chip maker.

There are 2 drivers on the page dated and and the page states that there are drivers for 32 and 64 bit. Driver Release History Last Released Date: Of course not as fast as Gigabit ethernet.


WMP54GS and Windows 7 (64-Bit)

Ralink does not offer a driver on their site for the particular chip. I am unable to use internet on my desktop until I can make this work due to shared router. Is there any other way to find drivers for this? Vista and 7 32 bit.

Linksys WMP54G – Wireless-G PCI Adapter

The Broadcom drivers are terrible. I’ve been trying for the better half of a day. This might well be usable in a bit Win7 world.

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That driver date is: Carolyn Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit posts. Originally Posted by dsperber Actually, just noticed this is the identical link that Pooch posted above Originally Posted by Carolyn.

WMP54GS and Windows 7 (Bit) – Linksys Community

But they could not tell me when they will be out. It is a real bummer I tell ya!

In fact, the thread ends recently with: Still in use today. I will try this one and let you know how it goes.


Before deciding, I did audition the built-in Realtek Wwmp54g chip on my motherboard, but for some reason it didn’t sound as good as an older ALC chip sounded on another machine of mine My apologies for a double post. Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. Message 3 of 21 76, Views.

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Download the file from: If anyone knows of any fixes or ways to get around this problem I would Find More Posts by dsperber. Does anyone have a fix for v1. I cannot get it to work. I checked with Linksys and apparently they don’t have windows 7 drivers yet. Find More Posts by pooch.

This is fairly new and it would be real nice if it could be more than an expansion slot plug!