Linksys Wusb54g Driver Windows 7 64 Bit Download Install Update
Discussion in 'Drivers' started by Nathanv1, Oct 18, Oct 18, Messages: Alrite, I just upgraded my PC to Bit and loving it!! Nathanv1, Oct 18, Apr 2, Messages: What version is that adapter? It'll say on a sticker on the bottom. Thrax, Oct 18, May 11, Messages: Kougar, Oct 20, Dec 9, Messages: I am using Windows 7 64bit just FYI. Any and all help would be MUCH appreciated!! Nitroximus, Dec 9, Aug 9, Messages: Ross, Dec 10, Nitroximus, Dec 10, Ross, Dec 11, Oct 27, Messages: Nibiru, Dec 11, Mar 5, Messages: Got my kid a new desktop computer this week that has Windows 7 Ultra.
The thing screams and will be outdated by the end of the month. Then I noticed the power light on the Wireless-G was pulsing on and off. Verified the power light was constant on my laptops USB 2 port. At one point the computer would try to acknowledge the Wireless-G but kept flaking on me and wouldn't work. I always believed the USB 2 ports was backwards compatible with the older 1. Got a USB 1. Using the Ralink 3. Now, I feel 'smart' that won't last minutes;-. Hope this helps someone else out.
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32 / 64 Bit Drivers for Linksys WUSB54 Adapter Windows 7 / 8 / 10
After upgrading to Microsoft Windows 10 or 8, the device stopped working properly. Microsoft Update installed drivers that would work for a few seconds, but then would disconnect repeatedly. Fortunately, I found a workaround. They were intended for Windows 7, but I modified them slightly. Note, I had to disable the Windows Driver Singing feature to get these to install. Use them at your own risk. Also, for some reason, I had to rollback the drivers shortly after I installed these drivers. Windows decided to update them without my intervention. Since the rollback though, everything has worked solid.
WUSB54G and Windows 7
This device works fine with Windows 7 on 32 and 64 bit systems. Others have posted the same results with other versions of Windows 7 and these devices. Do not run the driver install from the CD or download install package on your Windows 7 system. This will not work. Here is the solution. Go to the LinkSYS support page and download the latest appropriate driver set for your particular device. Copy it to somewhere on the Windows 7 system and uncompress the files using WinZip or some other Zip extraction tool. Go to "Devices and Printers" within the control panel. Let Windows 7 do the rest. I have seen that some posters said they directed Windows 7 to use the files on the install CD.