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post #61 of 65
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Yeah, I had the same problem with my wireless adapter. I had a Linksys G w/ Speedbooster, and had upgraded to Belkin N1. It worked fine on my 32-bit XP. But when I went to Vista 64, I had to put the Linksys back in and I've been using it ever since. There's some beta drivers out now for my N1 adapter, but I haven't been able to make them work. Now that wireless adapter is in my For Sale Thread. Sucks to see it go. I noticed a major performance increase with it when I had it working. I'm looking forward to not having to run my desktop on wireless anymore, though. I'm pretty pissed at Belkin for dragging their feet so much on the drivers. I think it's inexcusable that Vista 64 has been out so long now and people are just gradually starting to support it. That's the real reason people aren't switching. It's not Windows' fault, it's all the other manufacturers. But that's off topic. Perhaps on another thread in another time.... *sigh*
i agree with what you said about the support and it is my linksys g/with speedbooster so you say you had no luck on bete drivers or locating one that worked for you.
post #62 of 65
No, my Linksys is what works. It's my Belkin N1 that doesn't. I have the Linksys G with Speedbooster installed right now, and it works like a dream. I'm using driver version 4.102.15.61. I think I was able to just download it from their website with my temporary wired connection that consisted of a 6ft CAT5 cable stretched from the living room to this stupid built-in computer desk. It got me online long enough to install what I needed to install to go wireless.
post #63 of 65
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No, my Linksys is what works. It's my Belkin N1 that doesn't. I have the Linksys G with Speedbooster installed right now, and it works like a dream. I'm using driver version 4.102.15.61. I think I was able to just download it from their website with my temporary wired connection that consisted of a 6ft CAT5 cable stretched from the living room to this stupid built-in computer desk. It got me online long enough to install what I needed to install to go wireless.
ok thanks will try now i will let you know if i find it.
post #64 of 65
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No, my Linksys is what works. It's my Belkin N1 that doesn't. I have the Linksys G with Speedbooster installed right now, and it works like a dream. I'm using driver version 4.102.15.61. I think I was able to just download it from their website with my temporary wired connection that consisted of a 6ft CAT5 cable stretched from the living room to this stupid built-in computer desk. It got me online long enough to install what I needed to install to go wireless.
i cant seem to find one the site does not have any drivers for this device i have a linksys g wusb54gs ver 2.1 any thoughts.
post #65 of 65
Here's the link to the Linksys product page for the WUSB54GS Wireless-G USB Network Adapter with Speedbooster.

And here's the link to the Vista Drivers for it. It's got its own link on the product page. All you do is select your version from the drop down list (ver 2.0 in your case), and it gives you the drivers to download.

I don't have the USB version, mine is the PCI card. So I can't attest to the one you have. But I don't see why it wouldn't work.

AHHHH!!!! I see now! They only have the 32-bit drivers out for your adapter. My advice to you, my friend, is find a wireless device with 64-bit support! Anything that doesn't is crap, IMO. Or you can continue to use your 32-bit, but I like having 64-bit. Sorry all that work to no avail, my man!
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