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03-04-2007 03:39 PM
I think you need to get other drivers and install that. Just visit http://www.linksys.com/download and download the drivers for this card. Uninstall it, install the new drivers and connect to your wireless network. I think you should have better connectivity. If you are installing this on windows XP then install on drivers with out WLAN monitor.
03-05-2007 04:15 AM
07-16-2008 11:31 PM
08-26-2009 02:48 PM
I am also having this kind of problem with a WMP54G card in a home PC (these two products are probably related - hence why I am making my experiences known in this thread).
On XP the advice is to uninstall then let Windows only install the drivers (i.e. DON'T install the Linksys monitor) which certainly helps the situation.
It doesn't, in my experience, resolve it - I can boot the PC, transfer 600Mb of files without issue and then spend hours getting it to connect again reliably.
You can see my original post elsewhere in this forum.
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I have had the same problem.
I solved it by totally ignoring Linksys drivers.
Ralink makes the chipset for the wpc54gx pci adapter.
Go to the Ralink site and download the appropriate driver, the RT2500. Uninstall Linksys driver. Install Ralink driver and then use Windows New Hardware installer or Windows Device Manager to install the wireless pci adapter card and Ralink Driver. I did this last week and it is working perfectly. I have had my card for 3 years and it has always given me problems until I did this. Now it is fixed.
Also I have a Linksys range expander which is useless. Hard to install, lots of conflicts on my system.
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