01-18-2009 12:09 AM - edited 01-18-2009 12:10 AM
I am looking for WRT54G v7 Windows 7 Drivers. I can seem to find it. If there is no update yet, can someone give me drivers for Windows Vista 32 instead.
01-20-2009 01:08 AM
@Ridcully - My router came with disk used for installation. When I transfered to Vista from XP, I downloaded a driver that is compatible to Vista. Now that I am using Windows 7, I need a driver for it.
Reason? that's because other computers can't connect to my router, note that my router is wired to my Windows 7 computer. But when I switch back to XP or Vista using dual boot, other computers are able connect to my computer.
The Windows tech help said that I should update my router DRIVER.
IF there is no update for Windows 7, can someone give me a link to Vista for my router.
06-04-2009 07:44 PM
06-11-2009 03:34 PM
Hello yorro, you don't need a driver for windows 7 PC to get online with your WRT54G v7 or a driver for your WRT54G v7 to make your windows 7 to work. It doesn't matter what OS you're using for your wired PC. If its not working for other PC when your win7 PC is wired to the router then your router is not configured properly. How 'bout setup your WRT54G manually and don't use the setup cd to avoid having problems.
First thing you need to do is to check your connections. You should have a connection like this:
MODEM<===>(internet port)WRT54G(port 1)<===>win7 PC
Manually setup your router:
For Cable Internet Setup, click here.
For DSL Internet Setup, click here.
How to setup a Wireless network? click here.
11-23-2009 01:32 PM
My WRT54G V8.2 has been reset. Now if I try to use the router to connect to Internet with Windows 7, the Network changes and it says that the connection is broken or unable to connect. Since the Setup CD is for XP or Vista only, how can I configure the router to connect?
11-23-2009 02:17 PM
11-23-2009 02:45 PM
Thank you for your response.
(My modem is ADSL so I have to connect to 192.168.2.1) - Problem is if I connect the modem and the router my PC goes to the previous "Network B" which gives me a connection problem message. Only way I can connect is directly from the modem to the PC, which uses "Network A" (modem only).
My router was previously configured for Vista and when I instaled Windows 7 I could connect without a problem. However, the online router setup management page rejected my original password, so I reset the modem (button) planning to reenter my previous data, but after that the "Network B" connection ceased to function.
I have tried all the possible ways that are shown on this Linksys site, but no luck. Could it be that I have to remove the "Network B" Internet access network?
11-27-2009 03:24 AM
My WRT54G V8.2 worked fine with Windows 7. Then I needed to access the online router configuration, but I got an incorrect password message. Finally I reset the router. Since then Windows 7 shows a Network not connected message if I try to connect through the router. I can only connect if I go directly from my modem.
Please advise how I can solve this problem.
03-12-2010 11:55 AM