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Here’ is the link to the Ralink support page with all the drivers: Here’s how I did it: Sunday, February 20, 6: Resources for IT Professionals. It just so happened that my card is the same version as yours ver.

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So far vista is an enormous disappointment with vksta to ease of installation. Skinny Pirate you rock my world. Tuesday, May 24, 3: I also used the first one on the right hand side worked perfect the first time.

Tuesday, Oinksys 24, 9: Thsi should be it! I’m running Windows 7 Enterprise 64 bit and ended up with the WMP54GV4 that’s what’s printed on the card and followed your instructions with a few differences due to the Windows 7 interface.

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Linksys WMP54G v4 PCI Card on Vista RC1 x64 HOWTO

Remove From My Forums. If you have it installed and vidta can’t find it, you may have already associated it with another driver and it is not working. So in my case second time was the charm for my 64 bit system.


The link you provide is broken. Spent hours trying to figure this out. We’re doing this the old-fashioned way.

Windows Vista IT Pro. Friday, August 6, 8: This is what needs to be done: Sunday, November 19, 8: Saturday, February 24, 6: Not an IT pro? Search for “WMP54G v4.

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Wednesday, December 27, They still provide the drivers somewhere on their site. Great job and appreciate your help very much. Thank you as I have been fighting this for months. If you don’t have the network card installed yet, install it then look for it.

Sunday, February 20, 6: There was a problem installing this hardware: Friday, August 6, 5: I use,d everything on the list just adapted it for my 64XP pro OS and it worked great. I did end up using the Linskys.

Now go into the Device Manager and find the Network Card should be linkssy under Network Adapters since the driver hasn’t been found yet by Windows. Are there any people out there that might have an answer for me here? For many days I’ve tried similar fixes with no results. As stated before, do a Google to find your chipset no identifiers on the card.