01-13-2010 09:11 PM
Confirmed! Just to restate:
~This will only work if you have model WUSB54G, Version 4.0 or above,
for Windows 7 (32 bit).
~Click here to go to the Download site for the driver. Even though it is by Ralink, it will still work for the Linksys hardware.
~Download the .exe file, and once it is installed, don't bother opening it. Once it has been installed, it will run in the background by itself. Piece of cake.
~Enjoy your internet connection!
02-06-2010 09:46 PM
thanks for your suggestion. I have Win7 Ultimate 32-bit, and tried your method. Windows would recognize it, no conflict.
However, on the Network Connection window, it showes up Disabled. I can't enable it no matter what I do.
have anyone encounter this problem? I though Linksys has better support, that's I pay more for their products. It seems that they are not much different than generic brand like Trendnet and Airlink 101, which only cost me like $12 does their USB adapter..
02-14-2010 02:18 PM
03-19-2011 12:39 AM
your solution worked perfectly. after trying every download i could find and every version of the cd that i had, i finally fixed it! so silly but the first download that i grabbed from this site actually worked, i just needed to unzip the file that it downloaded in before windows would see that there was a driver in the folder. so if you are banging your head against a wall and have tried everything else, make sure that you actually unzip the file first. otherwise windows wont see it. im running windows 7 32bit and using the wusb54gs (no version number so im assuming version 1)
03-23-2012 01:23 PM
11-23-2012 09:30 AM
Just thought I'd post my experience. I've just set up a new PC with Windows 7 x64 and wanted to use my WUSB54G v2.1 for networking. I initally couldn't get it to install. However I eventually used a wired connection and Windows then automatically found the drivers and installed them for me. After that it works just fine.
So the drivers do exist, you just need an alternative connection to do the initial install.