09-04-2009 05:03 PM
11-15-2009 11:11 AM
11-30-2009 06:47 PM
forgret it. I Have two useless music bridges... while trying to make them work something happened in the resetting process and now they dont work on XP or Vista... three years trying to get tech support to help... two of these year waiting for un update for vista.... etc, one of the most useless items... it worked really nice and was promising for like 6 months... then... poof.
Instead, I got a Motorola Bluetooth receiver, hooked it to my sound system... no instllation necessary, (only pairing). Great!!! and less expensive. can access from any bluetooth enabled computer too.
12-03-2009 10:57 AM
12-22-2009 11:24 AM
I have just upgraded my PC to Windows 7 from Vista and the WMB54G stopped working. Thinking that the utility might need to be re-installed, I uninstalled then re-instaled the utility. Aparently, neither the uninstal nor the install works correctly under Windows 7. Elsewhere in these forums, users hve been successful in getting the WMB54G to work under Windows 7. This does require the utility. Has anyone else run into this problem and does anyone have ideas as to how to make the utility install properly?
I struggled to make it work under Vista and am now disappointed by Windows 7.
01-06-2010 08:27 AM
I noticed you said you had two bridges that you no longer want or need. Do you still have those? If you do, would you interested in working up some deal and let me get one of those from you? I still like it (so far, it has the best music fidelity of any streaming product I've tried), but mine died and I can't seem to resusitate it. Every now and then it starts working, but then soon dies again... it's some hardware problem that I don't know how to fix.
Please email me: email@example.com
01-19-2010 09:00 AM - edited 01-19-2010 09:14 AM
I have one of the wmb54g music bridges and it is working well for me using XP and Vista. If you would be interested in parting with one of your two music bridges, please email me.
05-15-2010 09:03 PM
After searching for hours, found this reciepe and it worked on a windows 7 forum. The key to Windows 7 is the install of the legacy driver below.
Run msconfig and uncheck cmflywav.exe from start-up.
Set compatability of WMB54G.exe, cmas2ds.exe and cmflywav.exe to windows xp sp2 mode.
Manually install legacy hardware (Go to device manager and right click on the top computer name and you will find install legacy driver)...pick cmudaxv.inf from drivers folder in programs(x86)/linksys/wmb54g/drivers.
Reboot...manually run cmas2ds.exe, CmFlywav.exe and WMB54G in that order (all in the program(x86)/linksys/wmb54g/drivers or program(x86)/linksys/wmb54g
Open bridge utility and connect.
Right click speaker icon on taskbar and pick playback devices.
Set 'Speakers- wireless G music bridge' as default...Voila!