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Hello all. I Installed XP Pro x64 today, and everything is going smoothly other than I cant get my card to work correctly...

I use the install disc ive used alot of times on my old Home Edition install, but something isnt right. It installs, and I proceed to click the Icon, which loads, but only for half a second, then closes.

Is this something to do with running on x64? I have Version 3 of the card, which doesnt have any x64 drivers on the Belkin site. Are there any? Is there a fix somewhere? Is this problem even related to being on x64?

I have tried versions 7 drivers, and 5 too. All with same results.

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Edited by Dom_sufc - 11/18/09 at 10:57am
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Originally Posted by Dom_sufc View Post
Hello all. I Installed XP Pro x64 today, and everything is going smoothly other than I cant get my card to work correctly...

I use the install disc ive used alot of times on my old Home Edition install, but something isnt right. It installs, and I proceed to click the Icon, which loads, but only for half a second, then closes.

Is this something to do with running on x64? I have Version 3 of the card, which doesnt have any x64 drivers on the Belkin site. Are there any? Is there a fix somewhere? Is this problem even related to being on x64?

I have tried versions 7 drivers, and 5 too. All with same results.
If there are no X64 drivers for you card, then you won't be able to run it on your PC. Drivers are what tell your operating system how to "talk" to the device that you've installed. Since x84 drivers are not designed to work with x64 OS's, the likely hood of the device working properly with x84 drivers install on a x64 OS are very slim. You're probably going to have to get another card that is x64 compotiable, or revert back to x84 OS.
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Hi,
I have the same card as you and Win XP PRO 64bit, and indeed as you report, the Belkin drivers do not work. Just simply uninstall all belkin drivers and try letting windows detect it and installing it. Mine seems to install a broadcom driver, and it works perfectly.I don't know what version i have though
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I'm reviving this very old thread but it's true the belkin 64 bit drivers for the f5D7000 wireless adapter card doesn't work. My internet is seriously slowed down when I'm on a 64 bit OS compared to a 32 bit OS.

I will see how I can fix this.
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I'm reviving this very old thread but it's true the belkin 64 bit drivers for the f5D7000 wireless adapter card doesn't work. My internet is seriously slowed down when I'm on a 64 bit OS compared to a 32 bit OS.

I will see how I can fix this.
Still have this card would you believe! Well, I was determined to install Win7 64 Bit, so I have been searching again. Hopefully someone may come across this like I have other pages.

It matters what version the card is. This is located on the card "ver xxxx". This determines what chips they use. Mine, the "ver 3000", uses ralinktech. The PCI/mPCI/CB (RT2500) to be exact. This can be downloaded here... http://www.ralinktech.com/support.php

It never gives an option for 32bit or 64bit, however It states both are supported so imagine it will run on both? We'll soon find out anyway. I have read from others it works in Win7 64 bit, which I am about to install.
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Still have this card would you believe! Well, I was determined to install Win7 64 Bit, so I have been searching again. Hopefully someone may come across this like I have other pages.

It matters what version the card is. This is located on the card "ver xxxx". This determines what chips they use. Mine, the "ver 3000", uses ralinktech. The PCI/mPCI/CB (RT2500) to be exact. This can be downloaded here... http://www.ralinktech.com/support.php

It never gives an option for 32bit or 64bit, however It states both are supported so imagine it will run on both? We'll soon find out anyway. I have read from others it works in Win7 64 bit, which I am about to install.
Solved!

Made a new "easier to find" thread for people in the future, as this solution isn't just for XP.

http://www.overclock.net/networking-...ml#post7679092
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If there are no X64 drivers for you card, then you won't be able to run it on your PC. Drivers are what tell your operating system how to "talk" to the device that you've installed. Since x84 drivers are not designed to work with x64 OS's, the likely hood of the device working properly with x84 drivers install on a x64 OS are very slim. You're probably going to have to get another card that is x64 compotiable, or revert back to x84 OS.
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