06-06-2012 12:58 PM - edited 06-06-2012 12:59 PM
There are no officially released 64 bit drivers for this old hardware.
However, the technically oriented may be able to locate a driver for the internal chipset and force-install it on to the device.
The chipset is a Broadcom BCM4320b (http://www.broadcom.com/products/Wireless-LAN/802.
Anything you find will likely be beta, uncertified my Microsoft, and questionably stable.
It would certainly be worthwhile up update your Wireless NIC at this time. The AE1200, AE2500 and AE3000 are excellent upgrades.
07-08-2012 05:55 PM
Unfortunately, as Microsoft makes new operating systems, they do not ensure compatability with old hardware. The transition to 64 bit was a major one, and a lot of older hardware became incompatible.
It would be worth an attempt to connect the PC by an alternate means (wired network or supported adapter) and see if Windows Update has a compatible drive for that adapter. Sometimes that works.
A driver update will be an OPTIONAL update.
Here's how to get newer versions of Windows to get driver updates:
07-16-2012 10:16 PM
There's no drivers for win 7 for this model. But you can try to check the vista driver and check if there's a driver for x64 because that might work with win 7 64-bit but if not then you might be able to install this on your win 7 computer.
07-17-2012 08:35 AM
Again, get rid of those old, old adapters. I can recommend the AE1000 USB adapter that is small and super fast. Runs perfect on Win 7. Best of all it's only $14 on Ebay.