07-29-2009 11:21 PM
07-29-2009 11:23 PM
07-30-2009 12:41 AM
That's pretty strange that it would work on my PC and not yours. There must be some sort driver conflict going on. Might try upgrading your sound driver. Just so you don't think I'm smoking something, here's a screen cap of it running on my workstation:
07-30-2009 05:59 AM - edited 07-30-2009 05:59 AM
08-01-2009 07:50 AM
Exactly the same as echamp1 I'm afraid. I can get the application to run but the music bridge is not detected on the network.
Using Firefox on the same computer I can connect and log into the bridge's graphical interface perfectly.
Using retail Windows 7 Ultimate. Spent another hour playing with compatibility on all files but no joy.
08-01-2009 11:34 AM
I have now tried my old 32bit workstation, my 64bit new workstation and my Laptop, all running W7 build 7100. I can see the bridge on the network but can not get the cmflywave.exe to stay running. I see it in taskmanager just briefly when I start it but then it drops out. I guess I'll just hold on to the hopes that Cisco/Linksys or the RTM W7 will come up with a fix or the old engineer that did the software originally will post a fix to this forum.:smileysad:
08-08-2009 08:01 AM
Sorry for my English, it's no good.
My wrt54g works with Windows 7 RTM (Build 7600)
To make it Work I folow the same steps to make work in Vista SP1 but exists one step more.
you ned to install the sound drivers manually on the device manager, the driver is in the folder C:\Program Files\Linksys\WMB54G\Driver
go to Action -> add legacy hardwar.
08-08-2009 08:29 AM - edited 08-08-2009 08:44 AM
Thanks for the info, The included picture/document does not show up in your post though.
PS. I did manage to follow the google link though. Thanks again, I'll give it a try.
08-08-2009 09:28 AM
lacchi, your English is far outweighed by your ability to get this to work. I now have it working on my old 32 bit desktop using Windows 7 RC 7100. As that system is going to be passed on, I am now going to get it running on my 32bit Laptop using the same RC. Once that is a go I will tackle my new 64bit desktop as that will no doubt through a curve into the mix. Hopefully with what you have given me I can get it going too.
Thanks again for your assistance, as I said earlier, Cisco/Linksys should pay a "reward" for the solution if they are too busy to find it themselves and offer it up here. I'll post how I make out so others can try it.
YOU ARE THE MAN!!!!
08-08-2009 09:57 AM
I agree with Dave528, thank you lacchi for your solution. Following your directions I got my WMB54G to work with Windows 7 RTM X64 on my Dell Desktop. I will now install Windows 7 RTM X64 on my Dell Laptop, where I primarilary use the WMB54G to stream music to my home theater system.
As Dave528 said - YOU ARE THE MAN!! Thank You!!!!