06-13-2010 05:22 PM
I got my USB200M to work using the Windows 7 32-bit/64-bit Drivers Setup Program v22.214.171.124 at the ASIX site: http://www.asix.com.tw/download.php?sub=driverdetail&PItemID=97
After running the setup program I installed the driver using the "Have Disk" button and pointing to the 64-bit windows 7 driver installed by the setup program. I can't remember the exact steps I took to get to the "Have Disk" button but it was not straight forward.
BTW, I had a chat session with a Cisco Linksys rep and he said there was no WIndows 7 64-bit driver.
08-21-2010 08:32 PM
Adding to what you had said, to manually install the drivers this way can open up Device Manager and locate the Linksys adapter. The select "update driver software" followed by "browse my computer..." and then "let me pick...". Select network adapter as the device type and in the next window choose the "have disk" option and locate the driver files you should have gotten from one of the links that have previously been listed.
Thanks to everyone for the help!
08-23-2011 12:14 PM
I had been recently given one of these from a client, after pointing to the inf it came back with a list of digitaly signed drivers, I selected ASIX AX88772A USB2.0 to Fast Ethernet Adapter. Seems to be working.
11-09-2012 04:50 AM
sorry to bump this old thread but i am wondering if anyone has any more info about this. every time i try to install the asix ax88772a driver (v 126.96.36.199) windows asks me to reboot... but after i do, the adapter is giving the "device cannot start (code 10) error.
11-09-2012 09:23 AM
I see. Error code 10 refers to an issue for the drivers of the adapter. I check on the download site;http://homesupport.cisco.com/en-us/support/adapters/USB200M for any win 7 drivers but I don't think there's one yet for this adapter. I'm not sure where did jiribrejcha got the drivers, sorry but I can't open the link. So unless the correct drivers will be installed, the adapter may not be working properly.
02-21-2014 02:53 AM - edited 02-21-2014 02:55 AM
You should check your chipset (I did by opening up my device). In mine, the chipset is AX88172, which is not supported past XP...
03-10-2014 09:56 AM - edited 03-10-2014 10:01 AM
This is old but if you have one of these and need to use it on a newer OS, here's my advice. You need to open the device to determine the chipset used. My WUSB200 did not have a version on it. Carefully pry the black piece off using a small flat tip, then pry the unit apart at the seam. Inside, the black chip will have print on it. Mine shows a RA logo for Ralink and RT2671F for the chipset. So, mine was not Asix.
For that chipset driver, go here: https://sites.google.com/site/linksysupdateddrivers/rt73/hardware/wusb200
Install via the .bat file. In my experience, I first got an error code 10, could not start. Go into device manager and uninstall it, then scan for new changes. it shoudl be detected and working as mine did. Note: Mine was for Windows 7 Pro 32.