Nov 27, 5. Fortunately, I found a workaround. Windows does not recognize there are driver files in the directory I unzipped the archive you have on here. Bravo to you then. Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Nov 27, 3. Although in my experience, If I can’t find the answer on Google, I’m probably not going to find it at all.

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Excellent condition – Tested and working Includes original driver CD.

Linksys WUSB54G Drivers For Windows 10 & 8 (64-bit)

Added support for Air Port now found in preferences. Where can I download the driver for it? The chipset is broadcomm u.

Connect “wheres the driver? Yes, my password is: The dongle is [ ] usb Product: If Vista does not have built in drivers for it and Linksys doesn’t have drivers you can download, the wireless card is basically useless on a Vista machine. Use them at your own risk. Nov 27, 2. Log in or Sign up.


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Do you already have an account? Since the rollback though, everything has worked solid. Although in my experience, If I can’t find the answer on Google, I’m probably not going to find it at all.

V on it, and it’s not Vista compatible: Alright, I figured it would’ve been obvious that I would have exhausted google before posting for help on a forum. Connect your USB-equipped desktop or notebook computer to a wireless network at incredible speeds with.

Learn how your comment data is processed. HedgeHodgeNov 28, I’ve seen that work before. Petarung thanks a ton man, it worked for me, thank you so much. Linksys wireless g usb network adapter driver wusb54gs, Our list of the schedules.

Nov 27, 6. I downloaded the zip file and I am not ljnksys what I should do next with the unzipped files.

Dashcabin, dual air bag. Your name or email address: However, you mentioned you have a version 1. Microsoft Update installed drivers that would work for a few seconds, but then would disconnect repeatedly.


That site was invented because that’s not usually the case. You can try downloading the Vista drivers for another version of the adapter and see if they work for you. I believe I posted this around here before too. No, create an account now. Discover the magic of the Internet. Does anyone know how I could get this thing to work, and if I can’t, can anyone recommend a wireless adapter that could work with 64 bit Vista and a Linksys WRT54G v6 router?

They were intended for Windows 7, but I modified them slightly.