Officially, Linksys does not support bit operating systems Find More Posts by porkbork You are logged in as. Sexually explicit or offensive language. Code 28 “, hence I am looking through these forums for a bit driver for this particular product. Wireless-G USB ghz g wireless-g usb network adapter with speedbooster pages. It worked fine in my Vista Home Premium 32 so it should work right?
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Pros dsgdsgdfbgvdfghdfgfgfsdgdsgdgdsgg Cons dsgsdgsdgsdgsdgdsgsdgsdg Summary gsdgsdgdsgtsdgssdgsdgdsgsdgsd Reply to this review Was this review helpful? Thank You for Submitting a Reply,! Unfortunately, it seems to have taken the driver with it. Linksys WRT and Windows7. Sorry this didn’t help. Hi Can anyone please help? Joined Feb 26, Messages 83 Reaction score 8. Cons These drivers don’t work with anything newer than Windows XP.
Since not even the Linksys manufacturer bothers to update the drivers for this hardware, I’d recommend trying to get your hands on a copy of the Vista driver which is compatible with Win 7, 8. Joined Oct 17, Messages 3, Reaction score Tell us about your experience with our site.
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Interestingly enough, windows 7 does see the correct device, but not the correct driver. Click the radio button next to the wireless network you’d like to connect to. Thank You for Submitting Your Review,!
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Linksys Wireless-G USB network Adapter with Speedbooster
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Connect your USB-equipped desktop or notebook computer to a wireless network at incredible speeds with. It is finding other networks however.
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Please describe the problem you have with this. You are logged in as. Has anyone experienced this issue? I had the same issue and the Linksys Vista driver was a bit dodgy as well. Similar help and support threads.