Why does Linksys continue to say that this card is compatible with XP when it is not? Message 7 of 9 12, Views. This does not work. Message 1 of 9 13, Views. I actually got to the point where the card was recognized and I could select the NT drivers.
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If, however, you download the driver for v. I had the exact same problem.
Message 4 of 9 13, Views. I did have to make two install attempts uninstalling between attempts before the installation “took”. Only when someone can point me exactly to the XP drivers will I believe what Linksys is saying.
Linksys WPC54G Wireless-G Notebook Adapter Driver Driver – TechSpot
Message 6 of 9 13, Views. Every attempt to install via the setup. Message 7 of 9 12, Views. I have decided that the card port is bad after failing to install another brand that actually had XP drivers. OR you’re not installing it properly. I could not get the card to work on a Toshiba Satellite running XP Pro unless the card was in the top slot.
Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Download the drivers on your computer I think the smart thing, and best thing, for Linksys to do is simply to add actual XP drivers to their software. Message 9 of 9 10, Views.
Please tell me exactly what file in the zip file is the XP driver? Message 1 of 9 13, Views.
Linksys WPC54G – Wireless-G Notebook Adapter
This does not work. Message 8 of 9 11, Views. However, I wkndows this and all is well. Hi, Using your approach came the closest to working. Message 3 of 9 13, Views. If XP drivers exist I would sure like to know where they are.
Please name or link to the XP driver. This would make it so much easier on their customers.
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I have been a loyal Linksys customer for many years but this experience is a bad mark against Linksys in my book I am not saying I will not buy Linksys anymore. Please do not point me to the “drivers” here at Linksys because, if you unzip the “drivers” you will see that there are NO XP drivers. I still think Linksys is doing a big disservice to its customers by claiming that this card is “compatible” with XP when they do NOT have an XP driver in their software package.
I actually got to the point where the card was recognized and I could select the NT drivers. Why does Linksys continue to say that this card is compatible with XP when it is not? I switched to a USB wireless adapter and it was setup and running in a few minutes.
I agree that XP people are never going get this installed by following the instructions. Bottom line, all attempts to install as directed failed whether off the original CD or downloaded drivers.
The only way I could get it to work is by deleting the current linksys software, rebooting, inserting the card and then using the windows prompt to select the drivers I went back to the original disk that shipped with it — I eventually found the ver 4 drivers to download, and they didn’t work either.
Message 2 of 9 13, Views. I never got that far before. Instead, I had to use the Windows Hardware Install program to make it work.