02-03-2009 10:55 AM
I just had to re-install an ancient version of windows XP Home edition on a crashed PC. I plugged in my WUSB54G v4 to the USB outlet, and the wizard came up to install the software. However, XP couldn't find any drivers for it, and I don't appear to have a CD with drivers on it.
So, where on this site can I find them? WHen I go to the WUSB54G page, it just gives me manuals to dowload, but no software...
02-04-2009 01:29 PM
Download the Driver WUSB54Gv4_20050321.exe , Once you have downloaded the drivers you need to unzip the file...After you unzip the file you should un-install the adapter drivers/software...Reboot your computer...You should see a message found new hardware...Select the option Install it from a specific location, then select Include this location in Search and browse to the place where you have unzipped all the files and select the Driver folder and click O.k...Then click Next and it should install the adapter drivers...
NOTE : This installation doesn't install the software(Linksys Monitor)...
Once the Adapter is installed, Click on the Start button >>> Control Panel >>> Network Connections- Right click on the "Wireless Network Connection" icon and select "View Available Wireless Networks"- If you see your wireless network in the list, highlight it by 'single' clicking on it- Now click on the 'Connect' button below- If your wireless network is secured, it would ask you to provide the network key- Provide the wireless networkkey and confirm it again in the confirmation box and click "Connect".
02-15-2010 10:58 AM
07-05-2011 10:41 PM
Hi. you can get the driver of your adapter in the cisco linksys website. follow this link click here then click on download tab then choose the version of your adapter which is ver 4 then click on download.. Make sure to download the correct driver that suits the operating system of your computer.
02-12-2016 01:05 PM
In response, I agree the WUSB54G is probably past its' prime, however, for those who are still using them it seems strange to find information about them on the Linksys website with links for the software but when you get there nothing available. If Linksys no longer wishes to support the product they should also remove the web page from support, OR, put the last version of the software on there. I am somewhat disappointed with Linksys customer service as hard disk space is VERY cheap these days and keeping the old drivers around for those who still have to use older equipment should not cost really much at all since once the webpage is written you don't have to do anything to update it with the possible execption of puting a line on there saying the product is OBSOLETE and no further updates will be provided.
Bill Rau (KE4WNY)
02-13-2016 04:50 AM - edited 02-13-2016 11:49 PM
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