Linksys WUSB54G V4 Driver Download for Windows 7 x64 bit & Vista

This is a not a typical marketing, social media and/or IBM post. Just wanted to share a fix that I had created for anyone else who is stuck with below average Linksys support for WUSB54G driver for 64 bit OS.

I recently decided to test Windows 7 64 bit on a computer I had lying around. To my surprise, the install was very smooth, most of the hardware was detected automatically and the whole process was completed in less than an hour.

The only catch was that I have a Linksys WUSB54G Wireless-G adapter on this computer (I know PCI based Wifi card would’ve been better). For a box that I barely use, I refuse to invest in Ethernet wiring or a better wifi adapter. Of course, Linksys doesn’t support x64 platforms at all. Let’s not even mention Windows 7. Luckily, the manufacturer of the chip set does, RAlink, kinda, I’ll explain this later.

Here’s how to run Linksys WUSB54G on Windows 7 or Windows Vista 64 bit.

Download the rt2500 driver, since its not linksys, modify the setup info to match the new device ID and few other parameters and you are set. Or I could spare you the 2 hours of hair tearing web research that I spent on this and will just include it in a package that I’ve created for other souls looking for a driver which works on Windows 7 64 bit, Windows XP 64 Bit and most likely Vista x64.

Download the Linksys WUSB54G driver package here:
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Don’t worry about Windows calling the adapter a different name. Enjoy.

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  • Cyprian

    MAN!
    Thank you so much!!! I’ve been dying trying to figure that out! I have dual hard drives but I’ve been using Vista 32-bit because the Linksys thing didn’t work on Windows 7 64-bit RC. I’ve put in a few hours trying to find a fix and had all but given up!! That package worked flawlessly!

  • Cyprian

    MAN!
    Thank you so much!!! I’ve been dying trying to figure that out! I have dual hard drives but I’ve been using Vista 32-bit because the Linksys thing didn’t work on Windows 7 64-bit RC. I’ve put in a few hours trying to find a fix and had all but given up!! That package worked flawlessly!

  • Cyprian

    MAN!
    Thank you so much!!! I’ve been dying trying to figure that out! I have dual hard drives but I’ve been using Vista 32-bit because the Linksys thing didn’t work on Windows 7 64-bit RC. I’ve put in a few hours trying to find a fix and had all but given up!! That package worked flawlessly!

  • Cyprian

    MAN!
    Thank you so much!!! I’ve been dying trying to figure that out! I have dual hard drives but I’ve been using Vista 32-bit because the Linksys thing didn’t work on Windows 7 64-bit RC. I’ve put in a few hours trying to find a fix and had all but given up!! That package worked flawlessly!

  • I’m glad that my post has helped someone! Pass it on! Linksys should’ve created this themselves.

  • I’m glad that my post has helped someone! Pass it on! Linksys should’ve created this themselves.

  • I’m glad that my post has helped someone! Pass it on! Linksys should’ve created this themselves.

  • I’m glad that my post has helped someone! Pass it on! Linksys should’ve created this themselves.

  • Jason

    Cool stuff, man. Thanks a lot!

    You wouldn’t mind directing us to a website that teaches you how to modify the set up info would you? That seems like it would be a pretty interesting thing to learn how to do.

  • Jason

    Cool stuff, man. Thanks a lot!

    You wouldn’t mind directing us to a website that teaches you how to modify the set up info would you? That seems like it would be a pretty interesting thing to learn how to do.

  • Jason

    Cool stuff, man. Thanks a lot!

    You wouldn’t mind directing us to a website that teaches you how to modify the set up info would you? That seems like it would be a pretty interesting thing to learn how to do.

  • Jason

    Cool stuff, man. Thanks a lot!

    You wouldn’t mind directing us to a website that teaches you how to modify the set up info would you? That seems like it would be a pretty interesting thing to learn how to do.

  • Jason, you are welcome. Unfortunately, it wasn’t one website, I went through various discussion forums, tech blogs and then cross referenced related chipsets and that’s how it worked.

    I wish I had bookmarked and documented the sites but as you can imagine, I was too excited to see it work.

  • Jason, you are welcome. Unfortunately, it wasn’t one website, I went through various discussion forums, tech blogs and then cross referenced related chipsets and that’s how it worked.

    I wish I had bookmarked and documented the sites but as you can imagine, I was too excited to see it work.

  • Jason, you are welcome. Unfortunately, it wasn’t one website, I went through various discussion forums, tech blogs and then cross referenced related chipsets and that’s how it worked.

    I wish I had bookmarked and documented the sites but as you can imagine, I was too excited to see it work.

  • Jason, you are welcome. Unfortunately, it wasn’t one website, I went through various discussion forums, tech blogs and then cross referenced related chipsets and that’s how it worked.

    I wish I had bookmarked and documented the sites but as you can imagine, I was too excited to see it work.

  • Martin Brinks

    Bilal, thank you a lot – you saved my day!!!!

  • Martin Brinks

    Bilal, thank you a lot – you saved my day!!!!

  • Martin Brinks

    Bilal, thank you a lot – you saved my day!!!!

  • Martin Brinks

    Bilal, thank you a lot – you saved my day!!!!

  • glen

    Thanks for the driver, I am having a problem installing it. Windows 7 hangs at the “Installing driver software” screen.

    Obviously when I plug in the usb adapter, W7 can’t install it, throws me an error. So I go to the device manager and select it from the unknown devices. I click the update driver button, it asks me whether I should let W7 locate the driver, or choose it myself – choose it myself.

    W7 then brings up a screen asking what type of device it is, I choose Network Adapter. Onward, I locate the rt2500usb file. I then get a list of Adapters to choose from. I choose the Conceptronics… adapter (since no linksys). It hangs…….

    Any suggestions would be wonderful. Thank you for putting the time into this driver.

  • glen

    Thanks for the driver, I am having a problem installing it. Windows 7 hangs at the “Installing driver software” screen.

    Obviously when I plug in the usb adapter, W7 can’t install it, throws me an error. So I go to the device manager and select it from the unknown devices. I click the update driver button, it asks me whether I should let W7 locate the driver, or choose it myself – choose it myself.

    W7 then brings up a screen asking what type of device it is, I choose Network Adapter. Onward, I locate the rt2500usb file. I then get a list of Adapters to choose from. I choose the Conceptronics… adapter (since no linksys). It hangs…….

    Any suggestions would be wonderful. Thank you for putting the time into this driver.

  • glen

    Thanks for the driver, I am having a problem installing it. Windows 7 hangs at the “Installing driver software” screen.

    Obviously when I plug in the usb adapter, W7 can’t install it, throws me an error. So I go to the device manager and select it from the unknown devices. I click the update driver button, it asks me whether I should let W7 locate the driver, or choose it myself – choose it myself.

    W7 then brings up a screen asking what type of device it is, I choose Network Adapter. Onward, I locate the rt2500usb file. I then get a list of Adapters to choose from. I choose the Conceptronics… adapter (since no linksys). It hangs…….

    Any suggestions would be wonderful. Thank you for putting the time into this driver.

  • glen

    Thanks for the driver, I am having a problem installing it. Windows 7 hangs at the “Installing driver software” screen.

    Obviously when I plug in the usb adapter, W7 can’t install it, throws me an error. So I go to the device manager and select it from the unknown devices. I click the update driver button, it asks me whether I should let W7 locate the driver, or choose it myself – choose it myself.

    W7 then brings up a screen asking what type of device it is, I choose Network Adapter. Onward, I locate the rt2500usb file. I then get a list of Adapters to choose from. I choose the Conceptronics… adapter (since no linksys). It hangs…….

    Any suggestions would be wonderful. Thank you for putting the time into this driver.

  • Glen,

    Are you running it on 64bit version of Windows 7?

  • Glen,

    Are you running it on 64bit version of Windows 7?

  • Glen,

    Are you running it on 64bit version of Windows 7?

  • Glen,

    Are you running it on 64bit version of Windows 7?

  • Amoraluv

    Will this work on WUSB54GS v.2 or do I need to look around somemore?

  • Amoraluv

    Will this work on WUSB54GS v.2 or do I need to look around somemore?

  • Amoraluv

    Will this work on WUSB54GS v.2 or do I need to look around somemore?

  • Amoraluv

    Will this work on WUSB54GS v.2 or do I need to look around somemore?

  • Arturo

    What about a WUSB54G v.1? It’s not working for me.

  • Arturo

    What about a WUSB54G v.1? It’s not working for me.

  • Arturo

    What about a WUSB54G v.1? It’s not working for me.

  • Arturo

    What about a WUSB54G v.1? It’s not working for me.

  • Michael Malone

    I wish you had a Linksys WUSB54G V4 x32 driver for Windows 7 to go with it …

  • Michael Malone

    I wish you had a Linksys WUSB54G V4 x32 driver for Windows 7 to go with it …

  • Michael Malone

    I wish you had a Linksys WUSB54G V4 x32 driver for Windows 7 to go with it …

  • Michael Malone

    I wish you had a Linksys WUSB54G V4 x32 driver for Windows 7 to go with it …

  • Michael, have you tried Vista’s 32Bit driver off Linksys’s website?

    I do recommend that you try Windows X64 as I guarantee you that there will be a push towards 64bit with Windows 7. Higher RAM utilization and stability for instance.

    – Bilal

  • Michael, have you tried Vista’s 32Bit driver off Linksys’s website?

    I do recommend that you try Windows X64 as I guarantee you that there will be a push towards 64bit with Windows 7. Higher RAM utilization and stability for instance.

    – Bilal

  • Michael, have you tried Vista’s 32Bit driver off Linksys’s website?

    I do recommend that you try Windows X64 as I guarantee you that there will be a push towards 64bit with Windows 7. Higher RAM utilization and stability for instance.

    – Bilal

  • Michael, have you tried Vista’s 32Bit driver off Linksys’s website?

    I do recommend that you try Windows X64 as I guarantee you that there will be a push towards 64bit with Windows 7. Higher RAM utilization and stability for instance.

    – Bilal

  • Michael Malone

    Bilal, I want to use Windows 7 x64, but I have a notebook with only 2 gig ram so I don’t think there will be much benefit for me. The Vista 32Bit driver off Linksys’s website didn’t work for me. The RT2500 driver in Linux works good, though. I can even inject packets.

  • Michael Malone

    Bilal, I want to use Windows 7 x64, but I have a notebook with only 2 gig ram so I don’t think there will be much benefit for me. The Vista 32Bit driver off Linksys’s website didn’t work for me. The RT2500 driver in Linux works good, though. I can even inject packets.

  • Michael Malone

    Bilal, I want to use Windows 7 x64, but I have a notebook with only 2 gig ram so I don’t think there will be much benefit for me. The Vista 32Bit driver off Linksys’s website didn’t work for me. The RT2500 driver in Linux works good, though. I can even inject packets.

  • Michael Malone

    Bilal, I want to use Windows 7 x64, but I have a notebook with only 2 gig ram so I don’t think there will be much benefit for me. The Vista 32Bit driver off Linksys’s website didn’t work for me. The RT2500 driver in Linux works good, though. I can even inject packets.

  • Michael Malone
  • Michael Malone
  • Michael Malone
  • Michael Malone
  • hey thanks a million for the drivers, saved my day. all the other drivers were working fine, but i cant imagine seconds without internet. windows 7 is definatly faster and much better user experience. but still i am just using using it for the first time after a short run on my laptop. great going thanks a lot. cheers

    Bhuvan

  • hey thanks a million for the drivers, saved my day. all the other drivers were working fine, but i cant imagine seconds without internet. windows 7 is definatly faster and much better user experience. but still i am just using using it for the first time after a short run on my laptop. great going thanks a lot. cheers

    Bhuvan

  • hey thanks a million for the drivers, saved my day. all the other drivers were working fine, but i cant imagine seconds without internet. windows 7 is definatly faster and much better user experience. but still i am just using using it for the first time after a short run on my laptop. great going thanks a lot. cheers

    Bhuvan

  • hey thanks a million for the drivers, saved my day. all the other drivers were working fine, but i cant imagine seconds without internet. windows 7 is definatly faster and much better user experience. but still i am just using using it for the first time after a short run on my laptop. great going thanks a lot. cheers

    Bhuvan

  • Diogo Costa

    I didn’t understand one single step of this tutorial. modify what? And I don’t know how to modify a fucking file! Could you be more specific PLEASE?!?!?

  • Diogo Costa

    I didn’t understand one single step of this tutorial. modify what? And I don’t know how to modify a fucking file! Could you be more specific PLEASE?!?!?

  • Diogo Costa

    I didn’t understand one single step of this tutorial. modify what? And I don’t know how to modify a fucking file! Could you be more specific PLEASE?!?!?

  • Diogo Costa

    I didn’t understand one single step of this tutorial. modify what? And I don’t know how to modify a fucking file! Could you be more specific PLEASE?!?!?

  • Diogo,

    Who is asking YOU to modify the file? Hence, instead of over reacting like you are, I just provided a link for folks to downoad the driver file. Just install that?

  • Diogo,

    Who is asking YOU to modify the file? Hence, instead of over reacting like you are, I just provided a link for folks to downoad the driver file. Just install that?

  • Diogo,

    Who is asking YOU to modify the file? Hence, instead of over reacting like you are, I just provided a link for folks to downoad the driver file. Just install that?

  • Diogo,

    Who is asking YOU to modify the file? Hence, instead of over reacting like you are, I just provided a link for folks to downoad the driver file. Just install that?

  • enrique

    how bout 32 bit driver ?

  • enrique

    how bout 32 bit driver ?

  • enrique

    how bout 32 bit driver ?

  • enrique

    how bout 32 bit driver ?

  • Joe

    Thanks for your handy work Bilal.

    Your files worked for me on both windows 7 64 and XP 64.
    Do you have any other handy drivers for 64 bit systems?
    The general lack of support for 64bit drivers from most manufacturers is annoying.

    Linksys should be ashamed of their driver support.

    Thanks again

  • Joe

    Thanks for your handy work Bilal.

    Your files worked for me on both windows 7 64 and XP 64.
    Do you have any other handy drivers for 64 bit systems?
    The general lack of support for 64bit drivers from most manufacturers is annoying.

    Linksys should be ashamed of their driver support.

    Thanks again

  • Joe

    Thanks for your handy work Bilal.

    Your files worked for me on both windows 7 64 and XP 64.
    Do you have any other handy drivers for 64 bit systems?
    The general lack of support for 64bit drivers from most manufacturers is annoying.

    Linksys should be ashamed of their driver support.

    Thanks again

  • Joe

    Thanks for your handy work Bilal.

    Your files worked for me on both windows 7 64 and XP 64.
    Do you have any other handy drivers for 64 bit systems?
    The general lack of support for 64bit drivers from most manufacturers is annoying.

    Linksys should be ashamed of their driver support.

    Thanks again

  • Patron Silver

    I have vista 64, new install, and I can’t get mine to work. I had tried like 20 different ways before I came across yours, and it actually tried to install it, but after about 15 seconds of it installing it says that the file was corrupt or missing. I found a similar file on a chinese website that gave me the same outcome. It did change the name of the device like you said, and when I try to update the driver it says that it is working fine and I am using the most recent version of it, but it’s not working at all and vista is telling me that I do not have a networking device of any sort installed =/

  • Patron Silver

    I have vista 64, new install, and I can’t get mine to work. I had tried like 20 different ways before I came across yours, and it actually tried to install it, but after about 15 seconds of it installing it says that the file was corrupt or missing. I found a similar file on a chinese website that gave me the same outcome. It did change the name of the device like you said, and when I try to update the driver it says that it is working fine and I am using the most recent version of it, but it’s not working at all and vista is telling me that I do not have a networking device of any sort installed =/

  • Patron Silver

    I have vista 64, new install, and I can’t get mine to work. I had tried like 20 different ways before I came across yours, and it actually tried to install it, but after about 15 seconds of it installing it says that the file was corrupt or missing. I found a similar file on a chinese website that gave me the same outcome. It did change the name of the device like you said, and when I try to update the driver it says that it is working fine and I am using the most recent version of it, but it’s not working at all and vista is telling me that I do not have a networking device of any sort installed =/

  • Patron Silver

    I have vista 64, new install, and I can’t get mine to work. I had tried like 20 different ways before I came across yours, and it actually tried to install it, but after about 15 seconds of it installing it says that the file was corrupt or missing. I found a similar file on a chinese website that gave me the same outcome. It did change the name of the device like you said, and when I try to update the driver it says that it is working fine and I am using the most recent version of it, but it’s not working at all and vista is telling me that I do not have a networking device of any sort installed =/

  • Dan

    Thank you!! Installing now!! *fingers crossed*
    Found this from google btw – good job

  • Dan

    Thank you!! Installing now!! *fingers crossed*
    Found this from google btw – good job

  • Dan

    Thank you!! Installing now!! *fingers crossed*
    Found this from google btw – good job

  • Dan

    Thank you!! Installing now!! *fingers crossed*
    Found this from google btw – good job

  • J.S

    Thank you! I’ve been searching the Linksys forums and had no luck, this is great. Works fine; no more buying from Linksys now though…

  • J.S

    Thank you! I’ve been searching the Linksys forums and had no luck, this is great. Works fine; no more buying from Linksys now though…

  • J.S

    Thank you! I’ve been searching the Linksys forums and had no luck, this is great. Works fine; no more buying from Linksys now though…

  • J.S

    Thank you! I’ve been searching the Linksys forums and had no luck, this is great. Works fine; no more buying from Linksys now though…

  • matt

    I LOVE YOU!!! After all my pain and personal anguish this worked!

  • matt

    I LOVE YOU!!! After all my pain and personal anguish this worked!

  • matt

    I LOVE YOU!!! After all my pain and personal anguish this worked!

  • matt

    I LOVE YOU!!! After all my pain and personal anguish this worked!

  • David

    Thank you but… Does not work for my WUSB54GP v4 !

    I use a french version of Vista x64 with SP2…

  • David

    Thank you but… Does not work for my WUSB54GP v4 !

    I use a french version of Vista x64 with SP2…

  • David

    Thank you but… Does not work for my WUSB54GP v4 !

    I use a french version of Vista x64 with SP2…

  • David

    Thank you but… Does not work for my WUSB54GP v4 !

    I use a french version of Vista x64 with SP2…

  • Jason

    Thanks a lot. Works like a charm. Saved me a lot of trouble researching on the web. You are the man!

  • Jason

    Thanks a lot. Works like a charm. Saved me a lot of trouble researching on the web. You are the man!

  • Jason

    Thanks a lot. Works like a charm. Saved me a lot of trouble researching on the web. You are the man!

  • Jason

    Thanks a lot. Works like a charm. Saved me a lot of trouble researching on the web. You are the man!

  • adrian

    Thanks so much! I was ready to return my new Vista PC over this issue. I found another download, but it never seemed to work. Thanks for bringing this frustrating episode to an end.

  • adrian

    Thanks so much! I was ready to return my new Vista PC over this issue. I found another download, but it never seemed to work. Thanks for bringing this frustrating episode to an end.

  • adrian

    Thanks so much! I was ready to return my new Vista PC over this issue. I found another download, but it never seemed to work. Thanks for bringing this frustrating episode to an end.

  • adrian

    Thanks so much! I was ready to return my new Vista PC over this issue. I found another download, but it never seemed to work. Thanks for bringing this frustrating episode to an end.

  • P Willsoin

    Haven’t even tried it yet, but I’m so ecstatic that you posted it, and the link actually worked, that I’m giving you props!!

  • P Willsoin

    Haven’t even tried it yet, but I’m so ecstatic that you posted it, and the link actually worked, that I’m giving you props!!

  • P Willsoin

    Haven’t even tried it yet, but I’m so ecstatic that you posted it, and the link actually worked, that I’m giving you props!!

  • P Willsoin

    Haven’t even tried it yet, but I’m so ecstatic that you posted it, and the link actually worked, that I’m giving you props!!

  • Andres

    Thanks a lot, I was just reaching despair and trying to do it myself when I found your work here, super!
    Shame on Linksys!

  • Andres

    Thanks a lot, I was just reaching despair and trying to do it myself when I found your work here, super!
    Shame on Linksys!

  • Andres

    Thanks a lot, I was just reaching despair and trying to do it myself when I found your work here, super!
    Shame on Linksys!

  • Andres

    Thanks a lot, I was just reaching despair and trying to do it myself when I found your work here, super!
    Shame on Linksys!

  • phong

    Thank you so much!!!! you are so helpful! I tried everything i could and nothing works! i was about to give up. I called linksys up and they was gonna charge me for help. And dell was going to charge me 80 bucks or help too! THANKS A LOT! you made my life so much easier! =)

  • phong

    Thank you so much!!!! you are so helpful! I tried everything i could and nothing works! i was about to give up. I called linksys up and they was gonna charge me for help. And dell was going to charge me 80 bucks or help too! THANKS A LOT! you made my life so much easier! =)

  • phong

    Thank you so much!!!! you are so helpful! I tried everything i could and nothing works! i was about to give up. I called linksys up and they was gonna charge me for help. And dell was going to charge me 80 bucks or help too! THANKS A LOT! you made my life so much easier! =)

  • phong

    Thank you so much!!!! you are so helpful! I tried everything i could and nothing works! i was about to give up. I called linksys up and they was gonna charge me for help. And dell was going to charge me 80 bucks or help too! THANKS A LOT! you made my life so much easier! =)

  • Richard

    I just installed this on 64-bit Vista and it worked 1st time. Thank you Bilal!

  • Richard

    I just installed this on 64-bit Vista and it worked 1st time. Thank you Bilal!

  • Richard

    I just installed this on 64-bit Vista and it worked 1st time. Thank you Bilal!

  • Richard

    I just installed this on 64-bit Vista and it worked 1st time. Thank you Bilal!

  • Anonymous

    Are there any drivers for the WUSB54G(P) for windows 7 (32bit), had tried the 4.0 drivers off linksys site to no avail..

  • Anonymous

    Are there any drivers for the WUSB54G(P) for windows 7 (32bit), had tried the 4.0 drivers off linksys site to no avail..

  • Anonymous

    Are there any drivers for the WUSB54G(P) for windows 7 (32bit), had tried the 4.0 drivers off linksys site to no avail..

  • Anonymous

    Are there any drivers for the WUSB54G(P) for windows 7 (32bit), had tried the 4.0 drivers off linksys site to no avail..

  • peter

    thank you very much.

  • peter

    thank you very much.

  • peter

    thank you very much.

  • peter

    thank you very much.

  • Anonymous

    I have read many of posts regarding this issue and most point to the Linksys forums that refer to information that just did not work. It wasn’t until I downloaded this driver package that I found any love. My W54USBG now works on Vista 64-bit. I just wanted to thank you for this.

    Phillip White

  • Anonymous

    I have read many of posts regarding this issue and most point to the Linksys forums that refer to information that just did not work. It wasn’t until I downloaded this driver package that I found any love. My W54USBG now works on Vista 64-bit. I just wanted to thank you for this.

    Phillip White

  • Anonymous

    I have read many of posts regarding this issue and most point to the Linksys forums that refer to information that just did not work. It wasn’t until I downloaded this driver package that I found any love. My W54USBG now works on Vista 64-bit. I just wanted to thank you for this.

    Phillip White

  • Anonymous

    I have read many of posts regarding this issue and most point to the Linksys forums that refer to information that just did not work. It wasn’t until I downloaded this driver package that I found any love. My W54USBG now works on Vista 64-bit. I just wanted to thank you for this.

    Phillip White

  • Trevor

    Thank you! I was afraid I was going to have to make my laptop share it’s internet connection with my PC over an ethernet cable. That would have been annoying.

  • Trevor

    Thank you! I was afraid I was going to have to make my laptop share it’s internet connection with my PC over an ethernet cable. That would have been annoying.

  • Trevor

    Thank you! I was afraid I was going to have to make my laptop share it’s internet connection with my PC over an ethernet cable. That would have been annoying.

  • Trevor

    Thank you! I was afraid I was going to have to make my laptop share it’s internet connection with my PC over an ethernet cable. That would have been annoying.

  • Jacob

    Hey, I would just like to thank you for the work you have done here. However, it does not work for me.

    I recently installed Windows 7 64 bit and unfortunately I was stuck with this old WUSB54G Wireless Adapter. I found this site through google and I downloded and unzipped the file as mentioned. Everytime I try to point the driver to the folder, it still won’t use the drivers.

    Am I doing something wrong? I expect I am, because most of the comments here are successes.

    Please help? Thank you.

  • Jacob

    Hey, I would just like to thank you for the work you have done here. However, it does not work for me.

    I recently installed Windows 7 64 bit and unfortunately I was stuck with this old WUSB54G Wireless Adapter. I found this site through google and I downloded and unzipped the file as mentioned. Everytime I try to point the driver to the folder, it still won’t use the drivers.

    Am I doing something wrong? I expect I am, because most of the comments here are successes.

    Please help? Thank you.

  • Jacob

    Hey, I would just like to thank you for the work you have done here. However, it does not work for me.

    I recently installed Windows 7 64 bit and unfortunately I was stuck with this old WUSB54G Wireless Adapter. I found this site through google and I downloded and unzipped the file as mentioned. Everytime I try to point the driver to the folder, it still won’t use the drivers.

    Am I doing something wrong? I expect I am, because most of the comments here are successes.

    Please help? Thank you.

  • Jacob

    Hey, I would just like to thank you for the work you have done here. However, it does not work for me.

    I recently installed Windows 7 64 bit and unfortunately I was stuck with this old WUSB54G Wireless Adapter. I found this site through google and I downloded and unzipped the file as mentioned. Everytime I try to point the driver to the folder, it still won’t use the drivers.

    Am I doing something wrong? I expect I am, because most of the comments here are successes.

    Please help? Thank you.

  • I’m in need of help: I have version 4 of Linksys wusb54g
    I’m using Windows Vista Home Premium 32-bit
    I’ve already download the driver from the site but the EVEN BIGGER problem is this:
    Every time I want to go on the internet I have to uninstall Linksys & then put in the cd – load the stuff
    Then plug it in (I’ve already pluged the usb in different spots) & find the driver again… I have to do this EVERYTIME I want to use the internet… It’s a pain in the neck~

  • I’m in need of help: I have version 4 of Linksys wusb54g
    I’m using Windows Vista Home Premium 32-bit
    I’ve already download the driver from the site but the EVEN BIGGER problem is this:
    Every time I want to go on the internet I have to uninstall Linksys & then put in the cd – load the stuff
    Then plug it in (I’ve already pluged the usb in different spots) & find the driver again… I have to do this EVERYTIME I want to use the internet… It’s a pain in the neck~

  • I’m in need of help: I have version 4 of Linksys wusb54g
    I’m using Windows Vista Home Premium 32-bit
    I’ve already download the driver from the site but the EVEN BIGGER problem is this:
    Every time I want to go on the internet I have to uninstall Linksys & then put in the cd – load the stuff
    Then plug it in (I’ve already pluged the usb in different spots) & find the driver again… I have to do this EVERYTIME I want to use the internet… It’s a pain in the neck~

  • I’m in need of help: I have version 4 of Linksys wusb54g
    I’m using Windows Vista Home Premium 32-bit
    I’ve already download the driver from the site but the EVEN BIGGER problem is this:
    Every time I want to go on the internet I have to uninstall Linksys & then put in the cd – load the stuff
    Then plug it in (I’ve already pluged the usb in different spots) & find the driver again… I have to do this EVERYTIME I want to use the internet… It’s a pain in the neck~

  • Cloud Wang

    Great work, man! But could you pls release a driver package for Win7 32bit, X86 version? Because the Vista driver for WUSB54G V4 doesn’t work on Win7. Thank you!

  • Cloud Wang

    Great work, man! But could you pls release a driver package for Win7 32bit, X86 version? Because the Vista driver for WUSB54G V4 doesn’t work on Win7. Thank you!

  • Cloud Wang

    Great work, man! But could you pls release a driver package for Win7 32bit, X86 version? Because the Vista driver for WUSB54G V4 doesn’t work on Win7. Thank you!

  • Cloud Wang

    Great work, man! But could you pls release a driver package for Win7 32bit, X86 version? Because the Vista driver for WUSB54G V4 doesn’t work on Win7. Thank you!

  • Scott

    Bilal, I just want you to know that you’re my hero! Thank you!

  • Scott

    Bilal, I just want you to know that you’re my hero! Thank you!

  • Scott

    Bilal, I just want you to know that you’re my hero! Thank you!

  • Scott

    Bilal, I just want you to know that you’re my hero! Thank you!

  • Scott

    Bilal, I just want you to know that you’re my hero! Thank you!

  • Scott

    Bilal, I just want you to know that you’re my hero! Thank you!

  • Scott

    Bilal, I just want you to know that you’re my hero! Thank you!

  • Scott

    Bilal, I just want you to know that you’re my hero! Thank you!

  • jesse from the east

    lol thank you buddy, thanks a lot. man,

  • jesse from the east

    lol thank you buddy, thanks a lot. man,

  • jesse from the east

    lol thank you buddy, thanks a lot. man,

  • jesse from the east

    lol thank you buddy, thanks a lot. man,

  • Cody

    Hi, I’ve been using your driver for Windows Vista 64 for some time and it’s worked like a charm. I recently upgraded the same PC to W7 and now I’ve successfully installed the driver and the PC connects to my network, but it has the yellow ‘!’ and says “No internet access.”

    Any ideas? Exact some hardware and I was on 64bit both times… just went from Vista to 7. I’ve rebooted my router and I have the exact same network settings as I had on Vista… Thanks :]

  • Cody

    Hi, I’ve been using your driver for Windows Vista 64 for some time and it’s worked like a charm. I recently upgraded the same PC to W7 and now I’ve successfully installed the driver and the PC connects to my network, but it has the yellow ‘!’ and says “No internet access.”

    Any ideas? Exact some hardware and I was on 64bit both times… just went from Vista to 7. I’ve rebooted my router and I have the exact same network settings as I had on Vista… Thanks :]

  • Cody

    Hi, I’ve been using your driver for Windows Vista 64 for some time and it’s worked like a charm. I recently upgraded the same PC to W7 and now I’ve successfully installed the driver and the PC connects to my network, but it has the yellow ‘!’ and says “No internet access.”

    Any ideas? Exact some hardware and I was on 64bit both times… just went from Vista to 7. I’ve rebooted my router and I have the exact same network settings as I had on Vista… Thanks :]

  • Cody

    Hi, I’ve been using your driver for Windows Vista 64 for some time and it’s worked like a charm. I recently upgraded the same PC to W7 and now I’ve successfully installed the driver and the PC connects to my network, but it has the yellow ‘!’ and says “No internet access.”

    Any ideas? Exact some hardware and I was on 64bit both times… just went from Vista to 7. I’ve rebooted my router and I have the exact same network settings as I had on Vista… Thanks :]

  • John

    I unzipped the files into a folder on the desktop, went to the device manager to update the drivers for the adapter, pointed it to the folder containing these files, but it says it can’t find them. This is on Windows 7 64 bit. Any help?

  • John

    I unzipped the files into a folder on the desktop, went to the device manager to update the drivers for the adapter, pointed it to the folder containing these files, but it says it can’t find them. This is on Windows 7 64 bit. Any help?

  • John

    I unzipped the files into a folder on the desktop, went to the device manager to update the drivers for the adapter, pointed it to the folder containing these files, but it says it can’t find them. This is on Windows 7 64 bit. Any help?

  • John

    I unzipped the files into a folder on the desktop, went to the device manager to update the drivers for the adapter, pointed it to the folder containing these files, but it says it can’t find them. This is on Windows 7 64 bit. Any help?

  • Ron

    All credits to Bilal! All hate mails to Linksys for doing such a bad job (in fact they didn’t do anything at all…)

  • Ron

    All credits to Bilal! All hate mails to Linksys for doing such a bad job (in fact they didn’t do anything at all…)

  • Ron

    All credits to Bilal! All hate mails to Linksys for doing such a bad job (in fact they didn’t do anything at all…)

  • Ron

    All credits to Bilal! All hate mails to Linksys for doing such a bad job (in fact they didn’t do anything at all…)

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  • Craig

    I love you man!

  • Craig

    I love you man!

  • Craig

    I love you man!

  • Craig

    I love you man!

  • Do you have the driver for WUSB54GS ver. 1 ??
    My router is ver. 1 and your fix seems to only work for ver. 4.
    I’m using Win 7 64 bit (7600 build)

    Any help is appreciated. Keep up the good work!

  • Do you have the driver for WUSB54GS ver. 1 ??
    My router is ver. 1 and your fix seems to only work for ver. 4.
    I’m using Win 7 64 bit (7600 build)

    Any help is appreciated. Keep up the good work!

  • Do you have the driver for WUSB54GS ver. 1 ??
    My router is ver. 1 and your fix seems to only work for ver. 4.
    I’m using Win 7 64 bit (7600 build)

    Any help is appreciated. Keep up the good work!

  • Do you have the driver for WUSB54GS ver. 1 ??
    My router is ver. 1 and your fix seems to only work for ver. 4.
    I’m using Win 7 64 bit (7600 build)

    Any help is appreciated. Keep up the good work!

  • andrew

    Bilal,

    Thanks a ton for the driver! I just purchased a Windows 7 Home 64-bit OS with my new desktop (all fresh out of the box). I wasted about an hour before I found your site. Everything seems to be working great now, thanks again.

  • andrew

    Bilal,

    Thanks a ton for the driver! I just purchased a Windows 7 Home 64-bit OS with my new desktop (all fresh out of the box). I wasted about an hour before I found your site. Everything seems to be working great now, thanks again.

  • andrew

    Bilal,

    Thanks a ton for the driver! I just purchased a Windows 7 Home 64-bit OS with my new desktop (all fresh out of the box). I wasted about an hour before I found your site. Everything seems to be working great now, thanks again.

  • andrew

    Bilal,

    Thanks a ton for the driver! I just purchased a Windows 7 Home 64-bit OS with my new desktop (all fresh out of the box). I wasted about an hour before I found your site. Everything seems to be working great now, thanks again.

  • egon

    unfortunately could not get it to work on my (official) windows 7 64bit
    I have the very 1st hardware version of the WUSB54G, so maybe that is the problem…?

  • egon

    unfortunately could not get it to work on my (official) windows 7 64bit
    I have the very 1st hardware version of the WUSB54G, so maybe that is the problem…?

  • egon

    unfortunately could not get it to work on my (official) windows 7 64bit
    I have the very 1st hardware version of the WUSB54G, so maybe that is the problem…?

  • egon

    unfortunately could not get it to work on my (official) windows 7 64bit
    I have the very 1st hardware version of the WUSB54G, so maybe that is the problem…?

  • Mart

    Brilliant Thanks

  • Mart

    Brilliant Thanks

  • Mart

    Brilliant Thanks

  • Mart

    Brilliant Thanks

  • miko dee

    where should I put it?

  • miko dee

    where should I put it?

  • miko dee

    where should I put it?

  • miko dee

    where should I put it?

  • miko dee

    where should I put it?

  • miko dee

    where should I put it?

  • miko dee

    where should I put it?

  • miko dee

    where should I put it?

  • miko dee

    Now I know :| a better way is to put in Windows/system32/drivers….. because if i do so in device manager, it suddenly becomes problematic saying that the driver wasn’t successfully installed

  • miko dee

    Now I know :| a better way is to put in Windows/system32/drivers….. because if i do so in device manager, it suddenly becomes problematic saying that the driver wasn’t successfully installed

  • miko dee

    Now I know :| a better way is to put in Windows/system32/drivers….. because if i do so in device manager, it suddenly becomes problematic saying that the driver wasn’t successfully installed

  • miko dee

    Now I know :| a better way is to put in Windows/system32/drivers….. because if i do so in device manager, it suddenly becomes problematic saying that the driver wasn’t successfully installed

  • Marlon

    Thanks, this really works, it take me time to find your blog. Thanks again.

  • Marlon

    Thanks, this really works, it take me time to find your blog. Thanks again.

  • Marlon

    Thanks, this really works, it take me time to find your blog. Thanks again.

  • Marlon

    Thanks, this really works, it take me time to find your blog. Thanks again.

  • zaybe

    Hi Bilal, I almost got it to work! but no luck just yet. I have windows 7; 64 bit. And my WUSB54G ver 4. The closest I got it to work was when I followed “Miko dee’s” technique which was putting the unzipped files in windows/system32/drivers. I then tried to update the drivers for the linksys but an error popped up saying the file needs to be digitally signed?

  • zaybe

    Hi Bilal, I almost got it to work! but no luck just yet. I have windows 7; 64 bit. And my WUSB54G ver 4. The closest I got it to work was when I followed “Miko dee’s” technique which was putting the unzipped files in windows/system32/drivers. I then tried to update the drivers for the linksys but an error popped up saying the file needs to be digitally signed?

  • zaybe

    Hi Bilal, I almost got it to work! but no luck just yet. I have windows 7; 64 bit. And my WUSB54G ver 4. The closest I got it to work was when I followed “Miko dee’s” technique which was putting the unzipped files in windows/system32/drivers. I then tried to update the drivers for the linksys but an error popped up saying the file needs to be digitally signed?

  • zaybe

    Hi Bilal, I almost got it to work! but no luck just yet. I have windows 7; 64 bit. And my WUSB54G ver 4. The closest I got it to work was when I followed “Miko dee’s” technique which was putting the unzipped files in windows/system32/drivers. I then tried to update the drivers for the linksys but an error popped up saying the file needs to be digitally signed?

  • Gareth

    thank you so much! Really saving the life of us people who don’t know the specs and don’t have the time to research it to get this working :) And of course those who could never handle a tech savey thing like this in a million years :)

    downloading it now to set it up.

    thanks!

  • Gareth

    thank you so much! Really saving the life of us people who don’t know the specs and don’t have the time to research it to get this working :) And of course those who could never handle a tech savey thing like this in a million years :)

    downloading it now to set it up.

    thanks!

  • Gareth

    thank you so much! Really saving the life of us people who don’t know the specs and don’t have the time to research it to get this working :) And of course those who could never handle a tech savey thing like this in a million years :)

    downloading it now to set it up.

    thanks!

  • Gareth

    thank you so much! Really saving the life of us people who don’t know the specs and don’t have the time to research it to get this working :) And of course those who could never handle a tech savey thing like this in a million years :)

    downloading it now to set it up.

    thanks!

  • zaybe

    Hey Bilal, did a 3 minute research and answered my own question! I had to disable the signature requirement at boot up by pressing F8 Repeatedly and choose Disable Driver Signature Enforcement. Well THANK YOU FOR DOING ALL THIS!! Hope everybody got it to work.

  • zaybe

    Hey Bilal, did a 3 minute research and answered my own question! I had to disable the signature requirement at boot up by pressing F8 Repeatedly and choose Disable Driver Signature Enforcement. Well THANK YOU FOR DOING ALL THIS!! Hope everybody got it to work.

  • zaybe

    Hey Bilal, did a 3 minute research and answered my own question! I had to disable the signature requirement at boot up by pressing F8 Repeatedly and choose Disable Driver Signature Enforcement. Well THANK YOU FOR DOING ALL THIS!! Hope everybody got it to work.

  • zaybe

    Hey Bilal, did a 3 minute research and answered my own question! I had to disable the signature requirement at boot up by pressing F8 Repeatedly and choose Disable Driver Signature Enforcement. Well THANK YOU FOR DOING ALL THIS!! Hope everybody got it to work.

  • BDSurace

    I have extracted the files from your link and have gone to the device manager and found the file myself and tried to link it to the unknown device but it still fails. I don’t understand what I am supposed to do now. I know you said that I should open the setup file and modify it to match the access point information but its all gibberish to me. PLEASE HELP

  • BDSurace

    I have extracted the files from your link and have gone to the device manager and found the file myself and tried to link it to the unknown device but it still fails. I don’t understand what I am supposed to do now. I know you said that I should open the setup file and modify it to match the access point information but its all gibberish to me. PLEASE HELP

  • BDSurace

    I have extracted the files from your link and have gone to the device manager and found the file myself and tried to link it to the unknown device but it still fails. I don’t understand what I am supposed to do now. I know you said that I should open the setup file and modify it to match the access point information but its all gibberish to me. PLEASE HELP

  • BDSurace

    I have extracted the files from your link and have gone to the device manager and found the file myself and tried to link it to the unknown device but it still fails. I don’t understand what I am supposed to do now. I know you said that I should open the setup file and modify it to match the access point information but its all gibberish to me. PLEASE HELP

  • Trevor

    Thanks worked great windows 7 64bit offical release
    God you think Linksys would get off there lazy ass and fix this.
    thanks Bilal.

  • Trevor

    Thanks worked great windows 7 64bit offical release
    God you think Linksys would get off there lazy ass and fix this.
    thanks Bilal.

  • Trevor

    Thanks worked great windows 7 64bit offical release
    God you think Linksys would get off there lazy ass and fix this.
    thanks Bilal.

  • Trevor

    Thanks worked great windows 7 64bit offical release
    God you think Linksys would get off there lazy ass and fix this.
    thanks Bilal.

  • Frank

    Thanks – you just saved me from buying a new adapter! For a couple of days there I was a lost soul disappointed with my new Win7

  • Frank

    Thanks – you just saved me from buying a new adapter! For a couple of days there I was a lost soul disappointed with my new Win7

  • Frank

    Thanks – you just saved me from buying a new adapter! For a couple of days there I was a lost soul disappointed with my new Win7

  • Frank

    Thanks – you just saved me from buying a new adapter! For a couple of days there I was a lost soul disappointed with my new Win7

  • Mark

    THANKS!!!
    This worked perfectly! Saved me a ton of what would have been a wasted time. Mark

  • Mark

    THANKS!!!
    This worked perfectly! Saved me a ton of what would have been a wasted time. Mark

  • Mark

    THANKS!!!
    This worked perfectly! Saved me a ton of what would have been a wasted time. Mark

  • Mark

    THANKS!!!
    This worked perfectly! Saved me a ton of what would have been a wasted time. Mark

  • BrimstoneVomit

    Bilal, you are a marvelous bastard and I couldn’t appreciate the time and effort you put into this driver enough. For five months since getting my new PC (starting with Vista 64 and updating to Windows 7), I’ve had to haul my computer up and downstairs to plug the modem in directly every time family visits and leaves.

    And considering that an unaffiliated individual such as yourself worked up a fix before Linksys or Microsoft, it seems apparent how lazy they are. Or greedy, if they leave us hanging on the need to purchase more recent hardware.

  • BrimstoneVomit

    Bilal, you are a marvelous bastard and I couldn’t appreciate the time and effort you put into this driver enough. For five months since getting my new PC (starting with Vista 64 and updating to Windows 7), I’ve had to haul my computer up and downstairs to plug the modem in directly every time family visits and leaves.

    And considering that an unaffiliated individual such as yourself worked up a fix before Linksys or Microsoft, it seems apparent how lazy they are. Or greedy, if they leave us hanging on the need to purchase more recent hardware.

  • BrimstoneVomit

    Bilal, you are a marvelous bastard and I couldn’t appreciate the time and effort you put into this driver enough. For five months since getting my new PC (starting with Vista 64 and updating to Windows 7), I’ve had to haul my computer up and downstairs to plug the modem in directly every time family visits and leaves.

    And considering that an unaffiliated individual such as yourself worked up a fix before Linksys or Microsoft, it seems apparent how lazy they are. Or greedy, if they leave us hanging on the need to purchase more recent hardware.

  • BrimstoneVomit

    Bilal, you are a marvelous bastard and I couldn’t appreciate the time and effort you put into this driver enough. For five months since getting my new PC (starting with Vista 64 and updating to Windows 7), I’ve had to haul my computer up and downstairs to plug the modem in directly every time family visits and leaves.

    And considering that an unaffiliated individual such as yourself worked up a fix before Linksys or Microsoft, it seems apparent how lazy they are. Or greedy, if they leave us hanging on the need to purchase more recent hardware.

  • Cloud Wang

    Could you pls release a driver package for Win7 X86 version, 32bit ? Thank you!

  • Cloud Wang

    Could you pls release a driver package for Win7 X86 version, 32bit ? Thank you!

  • Cloud Wang

    Could you pls release a driver package for Win7 X86 version, 32bit ? Thank you!

  • Cloud Wang

    Could you pls release a driver package for Win7 X86 version, 32bit ? Thank you!

  • Anonymous

    Can you explain how to modify the setup folder/how to install this?
    I have been trying my hardest and cannot figure it out.

  • Anonymous

    Can you explain how to modify the setup folder/how to install this?
    I have been trying my hardest and cannot figure it out.

  • Anonymous

    Can you explain how to modify the setup folder/how to install this?
    I have been trying my hardest and cannot figure it out.

  • Anonymous

    Can you explain how to modify the setup folder/how to install this?
    I have been trying my hardest and cannot figure it out.

  • Rick

    Thanks! The driver seems to work great! This saved me from having to buy a new wireless adapter.

  • Rick

    Thanks! The driver seems to work great! This saved me from having to buy a new wireless adapter.

  • Rick

    Thanks! The driver seems to work great! This saved me from having to buy a new wireless adapter.

  • Rick

    Thanks! The driver seems to work great! This saved me from having to buy a new wireless adapter.

  • Jarom Jones

    Your patched driver worked great for me. I am running Windows 7 64.
    Thanks!
    Jarom

  • Jarom Jones

    Your patched driver worked great for me. I am running Windows 7 64.
    Thanks!
    Jarom

  • Jarom Jones

    Your patched driver worked great for me. I am running Windows 7 64.
    Thanks!
    Jarom

  • Jarom Jones

    Your patched driver worked great for me. I am running Windows 7 64.
    Thanks!
    Jarom

  • Keisuke

    I right-click the INF file to install this, but it says that “the INF file you selected does not support this method of installation.”

    How am I supposed to install this?

  • Keisuke

    I right-click the INF file to install this, but it says that “the INF file you selected does not support this method of installation.”

    How am I supposed to install this?

  • Keisuke

    I right-click the INF file to install this, but it says that “the INF file you selected does not support this method of installation.”

    How am I supposed to install this?

  • Keisuke

    I right-click the INF file to install this, but it says that “the INF file you selected does not support this method of installation.”

    How am I supposed to install this?

  • John

    Thank you very much. Just used the driver on Win 7 Pro 64 and its working.

  • John

    Thank you very much. Just used the driver on Win 7 Pro 64 and its working.

  • John

    Thank you very much. Just used the driver on Win 7 Pro 64 and its working.

  • John

    Thank you very much. Just used the driver on Win 7 Pro 64 and its working.

  • Phil

    Thanks – nice and easy for a technical dimwit like myself, worked perfectly first time. As you say, should have been done by linkys…

  • Phil

    Thanks – nice and easy for a technical dimwit like myself, worked perfectly first time. As you say, should have been done by linkys…

  • Phil

    Thanks – nice and easy for a technical dimwit like myself, worked perfectly first time. As you say, should have been done by linkys…

  • Phil

    Thanks – nice and easy for a technical dimwit like myself, worked perfectly first time. As you say, should have been done by linkys…

  • Dan

    The world needs more people like you, Mr. Jaffery.

  • Dan

    The world needs more people like you, Mr. Jaffery.

  • Dan

    The world needs more people like you, Mr. Jaffery.

  • Dan

    The world needs more people like you, Mr. Jaffery.

  • This works great on Windows 7 64bit! Thank you so much.

  • This works great on Windows 7 64bit! Thank you so much.

  • This works great on Windows 7 64bit! Thank you so much.

  • This works great on Windows 7 64bit! Thank you so much.

  • BIGD

    Bless you dude! Its December 19th and after hours of serching Bs on the Linksys site I found this!
    Hacked or not at least its a shot at getting this WUSB%$G to work without a ton of hassle.
    I should be appaled by the lack of support @ Cisco/Linksys but then I ‘am reminded that they have a hardware
    busines to support as well.

    You need a tip jar.

    Many thanks,

    BIGD

  • BIGD

    Bless you dude! Its December 19th and after hours of serching Bs on the Linksys site I found this!
    Hacked or not at least its a shot at getting this WUSB%$G to work without a ton of hassle.
    I should be appaled by the lack of support @ Cisco/Linksys but then I ‘am reminded that they have a hardware
    busines to support as well.

    You need a tip jar.

    Many thanks,

    BIGD

  • BIGD

    Bless you dude! Its December 19th and after hours of serching Bs on the Linksys site I found this!
    Hacked or not at least its a shot at getting this WUSB%$G to work without a ton of hassle.
    I should be appaled by the lack of support @ Cisco/Linksys but then I ‘am reminded that they have a hardware
    busines to support as well.

    You need a tip jar.

    Many thanks,

    BIGD

  • BIGD

    Bless you dude! Its December 19th and after hours of serching Bs on the Linksys site I found this!
    Hacked or not at least its a shot at getting this WUSB%$G to work without a ton of hassle.
    I should be appaled by the lack of support @ Cisco/Linksys but then I ‘am reminded that they have a hardware
    busines to support as well.

    You need a tip jar.

    Many thanks,

    BIGD

  • Steve S

    Thanks! I just upgraded my XP 32 system to Windows 7 64. Everything went smoothly until I came to my Linksys Wireless adapter. Found this site, downloaded your package, and it works like a charm. Thanks again! This was a huge help!

  • Steve S

    Thanks! I just upgraded my XP 32 system to Windows 7 64. Everything went smoothly until I came to my Linksys Wireless adapter. Found this site, downloaded your package, and it works like a charm. Thanks again! This was a huge help!

  • Steve S

    Thanks! I just upgraded my XP 32 system to Windows 7 64. Everything went smoothly until I came to my Linksys Wireless adapter. Found this site, downloaded your package, and it works like a charm. Thanks again! This was a huge help!

  • Steve S

    Thanks! I just upgraded my XP 32 system to Windows 7 64. Everything went smoothly until I came to my Linksys Wireless adapter. Found this site, downloaded your package, and it works like a charm. Thanks again! This was a huge help!

  • Tom

    I’ve tried all the different pathways in the Update Driver wizard without success.

    “Search for driver software in this location” says “Windows has determined the driver software for your device is up to date” — even though there’s no driver for Unknown Device.

    “Have Disk” and pointing it to the RT2500usb.inf file says “The folder you specified doesn’t contain a compatible software driver for your device… make sure it is designed to work with Windows for x64-based systems”

    I can’t right-click on the INF and install it (then choose from the prepopulated list of installed drivers ) because “The INF file you have selected does not support this method of installation”

    Would appreciate any assistance you can provide.

    Adapter is WUSB54G ver 4
    Using Windows 7 Ultimate build 7600

  • Tom

    I’ve tried all the different pathways in the Update Driver wizard without success.

    “Search for driver software in this location” says “Windows has determined the driver software for your device is up to date” — even though there’s no driver for Unknown Device.

    “Have Disk” and pointing it to the RT2500usb.inf file says “The folder you specified doesn’t contain a compatible software driver for your device… make sure it is designed to work with Windows for x64-based systems”

    I can’t right-click on the INF and install it (then choose from the prepopulated list of installed drivers ) because “The INF file you have selected does not support this method of installation”

    Would appreciate any assistance you can provide.

    Adapter is WUSB54G ver 4
    Using Windows 7 Ultimate build 7600

  • Tom

    I’ve tried all the different pathways in the Update Driver wizard without success.

    “Search for driver software in this location” says “Windows has determined the driver software for your device is up to date” — even though there’s no driver for Unknown Device.

    “Have Disk” and pointing it to the RT2500usb.inf file says “The folder you specified doesn’t contain a compatible software driver for your device… make sure it is designed to work with Windows for x64-based systems”

    I can’t right-click on the INF and install it (then choose from the prepopulated list of installed drivers ) because “The INF file you have selected does not support this method of installation”

    Would appreciate any assistance you can provide.

    Adapter is WUSB54G ver 4
    Using Windows 7 Ultimate build 7600

  • Tom

    I’ve tried all the different pathways in the Update Driver wizard without success.

    “Search for driver software in this location” says “Windows has determined the driver software for your device is up to date” — even though there’s no driver for Unknown Device.

    “Have Disk” and pointing it to the RT2500usb.inf file says “The folder you specified doesn’t contain a compatible software driver for your device… make sure it is designed to work with Windows for x64-based systems”

    I can’t right-click on the INF and install it (then choose from the prepopulated list of installed drivers ) because “The INF file you have selected does not support this method of installation”

    Would appreciate any assistance you can provide.

    Adapter is WUSB54G ver 4
    Using Windows 7 Ultimate build 7600

  • Alan Minnear

    Thank you so much. I now have it ruuning on my win7 /64bit machine.
    Alan Minnear – New Zealand

  • Alan Minnear

    Thank you so much. I now have it ruuning on my win7 /64bit machine.
    Alan Minnear – New Zealand

  • Alan Minnear

    Thank you so much. I now have it ruuning on my win7 /64bit machine.
    Alan Minnear – New Zealand

  • Alan Minnear

    Thank you so much. I now have it ruuning on my win7 /64bit machine.
    Alan Minnear – New Zealand

  • Anonymous

    thank you! Windows recognized it no problem, first easy win 7 install yet!

  • Anonymous

    thank you! Windows recognized it no problem, first easy win 7 install yet!

  • Anonymous

    thank you! Windows recognized it no problem, first easy win 7 install yet!

  • Anonymous

    thank you! Windows recognized it no problem, first easy win 7 install yet!

  • Anonymous

    Please, tell me what the different name that Windows called your driver?

  • Anonymous

    Please, tell me what the different name that Windows called your driver?

  • Anonymous

    Please, tell me what the different name that Windows called your driver?

  • Anonymous

    Please, tell me what the different name that Windows called your driver?

  • Braden

    Bilal – many many thanks for the driver. I was getting pretty frustrated until I stumbled across this page. It worked perfect the first time.

  • Braden

    Bilal – many many thanks for the driver. I was getting pretty frustrated until I stumbled across this page. It worked perfect the first time.

  • Braden

    Bilal – many many thanks for the driver. I was getting pretty frustrated until I stumbled across this page. It worked perfect the first time.

  • Braden

    Bilal – many many thanks for the driver. I was getting pretty frustrated until I stumbled across this page. It worked perfect the first time.

  • This worked great. I just got a new system for Christmas and was really concerned about the wireless adaptor not working. After installing the package you provided, everything worked great. Thanks so much for providing this. Merry Christmas.

  • This worked great. I just got a new system for Christmas and was really concerned about the wireless adaptor not working. After installing the package you provided, everything worked great. Thanks so much for providing this. Merry Christmas.

  • This worked great. I just got a new system for Christmas and was really concerned about the wireless adaptor not working. After installing the package you provided, everything worked great. Thanks so much for providing this. Merry Christmas.

  • This worked great. I just got a new system for Christmas and was really concerned about the wireless adaptor not working. After installing the package you provided, everything worked great. Thanks so much for providing this. Merry Christmas.

  • Rob

    Thank god these drivers worked. Evidently these are the only ones that will work on Windows 7, otherwise my girlfriend would not have internet since her computer is in the other room. Thanks a bunch!

  • Rob

    Thank god these drivers worked. Evidently these are the only ones that will work on Windows 7, otherwise my girlfriend would not have internet since her computer is in the other room. Thanks a bunch!

  • Rob

    Thank god these drivers worked. Evidently these are the only ones that will work on Windows 7, otherwise my girlfriend would not have internet since her computer is in the other room. Thanks a bunch!

  • Rob

    Thank god these drivers worked. Evidently these are the only ones that will work on Windows 7, otherwise my girlfriend would not have internet since her computer is in the other room. Thanks a bunch!

  • Matt

    Hey, I installed this driver and now i’m getting blue screens, pointing to WUSB54Gv4x64…. according to dumpchk. any ideas on what i can do? i have v4 of wusb54g, and Windows 7 x64. Thanks.

  • Matt

    Hey, I installed this driver and now i’m getting blue screens, pointing to WUSB54Gv4x64…. according to dumpchk. any ideas on what i can do? i have v4 of wusb54g, and Windows 7 x64. Thanks.

  • Matt

    Hey, I installed this driver and now i’m getting blue screens, pointing to WUSB54Gv4x64…. according to dumpchk. any ideas on what i can do? i have v4 of wusb54g, and Windows 7 x64. Thanks.

  • Matt

    Hey, I installed this driver and now i’m getting blue screens, pointing to WUSB54Gv4x64…. according to dumpchk. any ideas on what i can do? i have v4 of wusb54g, and Windows 7 x64. Thanks.

  • Anonymous

    Hey thanks for taking the time to make this program. By any chance would it be possible to make a similar fix for USB54G v1? If you don’t have time I understand, but then could you then tell me how I could possibly approach it?

  • Anonymous

    Hey thanks for taking the time to make this program. By any chance would it be possible to make a similar fix for USB54G v1? If you don’t have time I understand, but then could you then tell me how I could possibly approach it?

  • Anonymous

    Hey thanks for taking the time to make this program. By any chance would it be possible to make a similar fix for USB54G v1? If you don’t have time I understand, but then could you then tell me how I could possibly approach it?

  • Anonymous

    Hey thanks for taking the time to make this program. By any chance would it be possible to make a similar fix for USB54G v1? If you don’t have time I understand, but then could you then tell me how I could possibly approach it?

  • Anonymous

    thank you soo much

  • Anonymous

    thank you soo much

  • Anonymous

    thank you soo much

  • Anonymous

    thank you soo much

  • Mojotron

    Just wanted to say that windows update will find a driver that works for this adapter, however, I’ve been getting 1 – 2 BSoD’s related to the adapter, daily. I did read somewhere that Ralink’s drivers solves this problem in some situations, but I couldn’t get it to work. This package does work so hopefully the BSoD’s will be gone with it. Thanks.

  • Mojotron

    Just wanted to say that windows update will find a driver that works for this adapter, however, I’ve been getting 1 – 2 BSoD’s related to the adapter, daily. I did read somewhere that Ralink’s drivers solves this problem in some situations, but I couldn’t get it to work. This package does work so hopefully the BSoD’s will be gone with it. Thanks.

  • Mojotron

    Just wanted to say that windows update will find a driver that works for this adapter, however, I’ve been getting 1 – 2 BSoD’s related to the adapter, daily. I did read somewhere that Ralink’s drivers solves this problem in some situations, but I couldn’t get it to work. This package does work so hopefully the BSoD’s will be gone with it. Thanks.

  • Mojotron

    Just wanted to say that windows update will find a driver that works for this adapter, however, I’ve been getting 1 – 2 BSoD’s related to the adapter, daily. I did read somewhere that Ralink’s drivers solves this problem in some situations, but I couldn’t get it to work. This package does work so hopefully the BSoD’s will be gone with it. Thanks.

  • elnetmaster

    Thank you very much for your help.

  • elnetmaster

    Thank you very much for your help.

  • elnetmaster

    Thank you very much for your help.

  • elnetmaster

    Thank you very much for your help.

  • tofu

    thank you so much for this. It works perfectly and i don’t have to buy a new usb wireless adaptor just to install windows 7 64bit

  • tofu

    thank you so much for this. It works perfectly and i don’t have to buy a new usb wireless adaptor just to install windows 7 64bit

  • tofu

    thank you so much for this. It works perfectly and i don’t have to buy a new usb wireless adaptor just to install windows 7 64bit

  • tofu

    thank you so much for this. It works perfectly and i don’t have to buy a new usb wireless adaptor just to install windows 7 64bit

  • Simon

    Lifesaver, thanks very much. Donated with thanks.

  • Simon

    Lifesaver, thanks very much. Donated with thanks.

  • Simon

    Lifesaver, thanks very much. Donated with thanks.

  • Simon

    Lifesaver, thanks very much. Donated with thanks.

  • Anonymous

    O-M-G YOU ARE A SAINT!!! I LOVE YOU MAN!!!
    … No, seriously.

  • Anonymous

    O-M-G YOU ARE A SAINT!!! I LOVE YOU MAN!!!
    … No, seriously.

  • Anonymous

    O-M-G YOU ARE A SAINT!!! I LOVE YOU MAN!!!
    … No, seriously.

  • Anonymous

    O-M-G YOU ARE A SAINT!!! I LOVE YOU MAN!!!
    … No, seriously.

  • Awesome. I went through the hassle of manually installing my driver the first time. I was reinstalling windows and found this site. Thank you very much, this will help thousands of people.

  • Awesome. I went through the hassle of manually installing my driver the first time. I was reinstalling windows and found this site. Thank you very much, this will help thousands of people.

  • Awesome. I went through the hassle of manually installing my driver the first time. I was reinstalling windows and found this site. Thank you very much, this will help thousands of people.

  • Awesome. I went through the hassle of manually installing my driver the first time. I was reinstalling windows and found this site. Thank you very much, this will help thousands of people.

  • Fletcher

    Thank you for this Bilal. Donation sent. I’ll double it if it will help publicly shame Linksys/Cisco.

  • Fletcher

    Thank you for this Bilal. Donation sent. I’ll double it if it will help publicly shame Linksys/Cisco.

  • Fletcher

    Thank you for this Bilal. Donation sent. I’ll double it if it will help publicly shame Linksys/Cisco.

  • Fletcher

    Thank you for this Bilal. Donation sent. I’ll double it if it will help publicly shame Linksys/Cisco.

  • Just found a simple and elegant x64 driver for the Linksys wusb54g WiFi adapter. Damn nice hack. Thanks Bilal. http://bit.ly/dhLtEQ

  • Just found a simple and elegant x64 driver for the Linksys wusb54g WiFi adapter. Damn nice hack. Thanks Bilal. http://bit.ly/dhLtEQ

  • Just found a simple and elegant x64 driver for the Linksys wusb54g WiFi adapter. Damn nice hack. Thanks Bilal. http://bit.ly/dhLtEQ

  • Just found a simple and elegant x64 driver for the Linksys wusb54g WiFi adapter. Damn nice hack. Thanks Bilal. http://bit.ly/dhLtEQ

  • Rich

    BILAL!!! You are awesome!!! Worked flawlessly for my 64-bit XP!!! Thanks!

  • Rich

    BILAL!!! You are awesome!!! Worked flawlessly for my 64-bit XP!!! Thanks!

  • Rich

    BILAL!!! You are awesome!!! Worked flawlessly for my 64-bit XP!!! Thanks!

  • Rich

    BILAL!!! You are awesome!!! Worked flawlessly for my 64-bit XP!!! Thanks!

  • great stuff, my normal one broke and I am in the middle of a project late at night and you saved me hours of work. thanks again!

  • great stuff, my normal one broke and I am in the middle of a project late at night and you saved me hours of work. thanks again!

  • great stuff, my normal one broke and I am in the middle of a project late at night and you saved me hours of work. thanks again!

  • great stuff, my normal one broke and I am in the middle of a project late at night and you saved me hours of work. thanks again!

  • Jonathan

    Awesome work. Just installed Windows 7 , and this driver works perfectly! Many Thanks.

  • Jonathan

    Awesome work. Just installed Windows 7 , and this driver works perfectly! Many Thanks.

  • Jonathan

    Awesome work. Just installed Windows 7 , and this driver works perfectly! Many Thanks.

  • Jonathan

    Awesome work. Just installed Windows 7 , and this driver works perfectly! Many Thanks.

  • IT Consultant

    Dude! Well done…

  • IT Consultant

    Dude! Well done…

  • IT Consultant

    Dude! Well done…

  • IT Consultant

    Dude! Well done…

  • Rebel

    Amazing this is what i am loooking for. Good Job

  • Rebel

    Amazing this is what i am loooking for. Good Job

  • Rebel

    Amazing this is what i am loooking for. Good Job

  • Rebel

    Amazing this is what i am loooking for. Good Job

  • dfds

    question. how the fuck do i install this if i have no internet in the first place?

  • dfds

    question. how the fuck do i install this if i have no internet in the first place?

  • dfds

    question. how the fuck do i install this if i have no internet in the first place?

  • dfds

    question. how the fuck do i install this if i have no internet in the first place?

  • dfds

    question. how the fuck do i install this if i have no internet in the first place?

  • dfds

    question. how the fuck do i install this if i have no internet in the first place?

  • dfds

    question. how the fuck do i install this if i have no internet in the first place?

  • dfds

    question. how the fuck do i install this if i have no internet in the first place?

  • dfds

    question. how the fuck do i install this if i have no internet in the first place?

  • dfds

    question. how the fuck do i install this if i have no internet in the first place?

  • dfds

    question. how the fuck do i install this if i have no internet in the first place?

  • dfds

    question. how the fuck do i install this if i have no internet in the first place?

  • Laura Perdue

    You are the Best-
    Thanks for the driver. Donation sent!

  • Laura Perdue

    You are the Best-
    Thanks for the driver. Donation sent!

  • Laura Perdue

    You are the Best-
    Thanks for the driver. Donation sent!

  • Laura Perdue

    You are the Best-
    Thanks for the driver. Donation sent!

  • Sue

    Thank you so much. Worked perfectly on Windows 7 and my WUSB54GS v.4. Saved me lots of frustration!

  • Sue

    Thank you so much. Worked perfectly on Windows 7 and my WUSB54GS v.4. Saved me lots of frustration!

  • Sue

    Thank you so much. Worked perfectly on Windows 7 and my WUSB54GS v.4. Saved me lots of frustration!

  • Sue

    Thank you so much. Worked perfectly on Windows 7 and my WUSB54GS v.4. Saved me lots of frustration!

  • this actually made me have to do a restore on my computer! the driver crashed windows 7.

  • this actually made me have to do a restore on my computer! the driver crashed windows 7.

  • this actually made me have to do a restore on my computer! the driver crashed windows 7.

  • this actually made me have to do a restore on my computer! the driver crashed windows 7.

  • Sean

    thank you for your time and effort to provide us with a solution!

  • Sean

    thank you for your time and effort to provide us with a solution!

  • Sean

    thank you for your time and effort to provide us with a solution!

  • Sean

    thank you for your time and effort to provide us with a solution!

  • Anonymous

    Win7x64 has been driving me insane.. i have to move my USB devices around (which makes #2, #3, #4, and drives me up the wall) and eventually the same end happens to EVERY last device at one point or another. One USB device will Disconnect/Reconnect/DC/RC/DC/RC/DC/RC/DC/RC/DC/RC in a never ending cycle. First time it happens it comes back for a couple hrs, then its an hour, then a little while, then minutes, then i’m lucky if the device connects at all its just cycling downward. Its infuriating. So I decided to pop my trusty ubuntu 9.1 in to my drive and DESTROY the madness. I’m finding out that this isn’t actually the ralink 2500 its actually the ralink 2750. Now i know your first kneejerk reaction is how do we know that its the Wireless. Simply put its been disconnected, straight wired for over a week and 0.. not one.. ZERO times has one of my usb devices failed. I reconnect it tonight and boom my external HDD goes offline less than 3 mins after connection. Could the difference between the 2500 and the 2750 be what our problem is? its enough to connect it.. but not enough to stop it from going insane? I have the WUSB54Gv4 Ubuntu (after a mild amount of coaxing) connected beautifully, windows 7×86 works no problems (tried it on another pc just to see.) but again square one with x64. You seem to have wrote the book here, whats your $0.02 tellin you?

  • Anonymous

    Win7x64 has been driving me insane.. i have to move my USB devices around (which makes #2, #3, #4, and drives me up the wall) and eventually the same end happens to EVERY last device at one point or another. One USB device will Disconnect/Reconnect/DC/RC/DC/RC/DC/RC/DC/RC/DC/RC in a never ending cycle. First time it happens it comes back for a couple hrs, then its an hour, then a little while, then minutes, then i’m lucky if the device connects at all its just cycling downward. Its infuriating. So I decided to pop my trusty ubuntu 9.1 in to my drive and DESTROY the madness. I’m finding out that this isn’t actually the ralink 2500 its actually the ralink 2750. Now i know your first kneejerk reaction is how do we know that its the Wireless. Simply put its been disconnected, straight wired for over a week and 0.. not one.. ZERO times has one of my usb devices failed. I reconnect it tonight and boom my external HDD goes offline less than 3 mins after connection. Could the difference between the 2500 and the 2750 be what our problem is? its enough to connect it.. but not enough to stop it from going insane? I have the WUSB54Gv4 Ubuntu (after a mild amount of coaxing) connected beautifully, windows 7×86 works no problems (tried it on another pc just to see.) but again square one with x64. You seem to have wrote the book here, whats your $0.02 tellin you?

  • Anonymous

    Win7x64 has been driving me insane.. i have to move my USB devices around (which makes #2, #3, #4, and drives me up the wall) and eventually the same end happens to EVERY last device at one point or another. One USB device will Disconnect/Reconnect/DC/RC/DC/RC/DC/RC/DC/RC/DC/RC in a never ending cycle. First time it happens it comes back for a couple hrs, then its an hour, then a little while, then minutes, then i’m lucky if the device connects at all its just cycling downward. Its infuriating. So I decided to pop my trusty ubuntu 9.1 in to my drive and DESTROY the madness. I’m finding out that this isn’t actually the ralink 2500 its actually the ralink 2750. Now i know your first kneejerk reaction is how do we know that its the Wireless. Simply put its been disconnected, straight wired for over a week and 0.. not one.. ZERO times has one of my usb devices failed. I reconnect it tonight and boom my external HDD goes offline less than 3 mins after connection. Could the difference between the 2500 and the 2750 be what our problem is? its enough to connect it.. but not enough to stop it from going insane? I have the WUSB54Gv4 Ubuntu (after a mild amount of coaxing) connected beautifully, windows 7×86 works no problems (tried it on another pc just to see.) but again square one with x64. You seem to have wrote the book here, whats your $0.02 tellin you?

  • Anonymous

    Win7x64 has been driving me insane.. i have to move my USB devices around (which makes #2, #3, #4, and drives me up the wall) and eventually the same end happens to EVERY last device at one point or another. One USB device will Disconnect/Reconnect/DC/RC/DC/RC/DC/RC/DC/RC/DC/RC in a never ending cycle. First time it happens it comes back for a couple hrs, then its an hour, then a little while, then minutes, then i’m lucky if the device connects at all its just cycling downward. Its infuriating. So I decided to pop my trusty ubuntu 9.1 in to my drive and DESTROY the madness. I’m finding out that this isn’t actually the ralink 2500 its actually the ralink 2750. Now i know your first kneejerk reaction is how do we know that its the Wireless. Simply put its been disconnected, straight wired for over a week and 0.. not one.. ZERO times has one of my usb devices failed. I reconnect it tonight and boom my external HDD goes offline less than 3 mins after connection. Could the difference between the 2500 and the 2750 be what our problem is? its enough to connect it.. but not enough to stop it from going insane? I have the WUSB54Gv4 Ubuntu (after a mild amount of coaxing) connected beautifully, windows 7×86 works no problems (tried it on another pc just to see.) but again square one with x64. You seem to have wrote the book here, whats your $0.02 tellin you?

  • Jessica Craig

    Wow, something that just works! Without spending all day to get it going!! I love it. Thank you for doing this for us!!! Donation will be well worth the time and money saved here.

  • Jessica Craig

    Wow, something that just works! Without spending all day to get it going!! I love it. Thank you for doing this for us!!! Donation will be well worth the time and money saved here.

  • Jessica Craig

    Wow, something that just works! Without spending all day to get it going!! I love it. Thank you for doing this for us!!! Donation will be well worth the time and money saved here.

  • Jessica Craig

    Wow, something that just works! Without spending all day to get it going!! I love it. Thank you for doing this for us!!! Donation will be well worth the time and money saved here.

  • Wow, almost 24K d/ls for a Linksys WUSB54G driver that I had patched up because Cisco failed to support Win 7. http://bit.ly/9njXp1

  • Wow, almost 24K d/ls for a Linksys WUSB54G driver that I had patched up because Cisco failed to support Win 7. http://bit.ly/9njXp1

  • Wow, almost 24K d/ls for a Linksys WUSB54G driver that I had patched up because Cisco failed to support Win 7. http://bit.ly/9njXp1

  • Wow, almost 24K d/ls for a Linksys WUSB54G driver that I had patched up because Cisco failed to support Win 7. http://bit.ly/9njXp1

  • Scratch that—found a hacky, third-party driver that does the job (http://bit.ly/9wDKuW)

  • Scratch that—found a hacky, third-party driver that does the job (http://bit.ly/9wDKuW)

  • Scratch that—found a hacky, third-party driver that does the job (http://bit.ly/9wDKuW)

  • Scratch that—found a hacky, third-party driver that does the job (http://bit.ly/9wDKuW)

  • Jim

    Do you have a fix for Win 7 Pro, 32 Bit and the Linksys WUSB54G wireless adapter?????

  • Jim

    Do you have a fix for Win 7 Pro, 32 Bit and the Linksys WUSB54G wireless adapter?????

  • Jim

    Do you have a fix for Win 7 Pro, 32 Bit and the Linksys WUSB54G wireless adapter?????

  • Jim

    Do you have a fix for Win 7 Pro, 32 Bit and the Linksys WUSB54G wireless adapter?????

  • Jon

    You, my friend.. have saved me 30 bucks. I know this post is old, and I am a bit late on upgrading to W7, but to the author of this article – you are my Aspirin in shining armor. Thank you so much for this. I will attempt for a moment to step out of character and express my enthusiasm. THANK THE LORD, I’VE BEEN SET FREE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HALLELUJAH!!!!!!!!!!!! *Ahem* Thank you kindly.

  • Jon

    You, my friend.. have saved me 30 bucks. I know this post is old, and I am a bit late on upgrading to W7, but to the author of this article – you are my Aspirin in shining armor. Thank you so much for this. I will attempt for a moment to step out of character and express my enthusiasm. THANK THE LORD, I’VE BEEN SET FREE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HALLELUJAH!!!!!!!!!!!! *Ahem* Thank you kindly.

  • Jon

    You, my friend.. have saved me 30 bucks. I know this post is old, and I am a bit late on upgrading to W7, but to the author of this article – you are my Aspirin in shining armor. Thank you so much for this. I will attempt for a moment to step out of character and express my enthusiasm. THANK THE LORD, I’VE BEEN SET FREE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HALLELUJAH!!!!!!!!!!!! *Ahem* Thank you kindly.

  • Jon

    You, my friend.. have saved me 30 bucks. I know this post is old, and I am a bit late on upgrading to W7, but to the author of this article – you are my Aspirin in shining armor. Thank you so much for this. I will attempt for a moment to step out of character and express my enthusiasm. THANK THE LORD, I’VE BEEN SET FREE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HALLELUJAH!!!!!!!!!!!! *Ahem* Thank you kindly.

  • Anonymous

    OMG I finally did it, the driver that may save my life! Thanks! I will add more to this when I actually get to see it work tonight. YAY! Go paltalk friends!

  • Anonymous

    OMG I finally did it, the driver that may save my life! Thanks! I will add more to this when I actually get to see it work tonight. YAY! Go paltalk friends!

  • Anonymous

    OMG I finally did it, the driver that may save my life! Thanks! I will add more to this when I actually get to see it work tonight. YAY! Go paltalk friends!

  • Anonymous

    OMG I finally did it, the driver that may save my life! Thanks! I will add more to this when I actually get to see it work tonight. YAY! Go paltalk friends!

  • C D

    You are a star sir!
    Followed your instructions and got set up straight away. Many thanks.

  • C D

    You are a star sir!
    Followed your instructions and got set up straight away. Many thanks.

  • C D

    You are a star sir!
    Followed your instructions and got set up straight away. Many thanks.

  • C D

    You are a star sir!
    Followed your instructions and got set up straight away. Many thanks.

  • PhimHongKong

    thanks, i had a hard time with my USB NetGear and able to get this Linksys work. Thank you

  • PhimHongKong

    thanks, i had a hard time with my USB NetGear and able to get this Linksys work. Thank you

  • PhimHongKong

    thanks, i had a hard time with my USB NetGear and able to get this Linksys work. Thank you

  • PhimHongKong

    thanks, i had a hard time with my USB NetGear and able to get this Linksys work. Thank you

  • cyprian i had the same exact problem and yes this post did fix it

  • cyprian i had the same exact problem and yes this post did fix it

  • cyprian i had the same exact problem and yes this post did fix it

  • cyprian i had the same exact problem and yes this post did fix it

  • Tony

    This is Tony from China. Thanks for ur sharing.

  • Tony

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  • Tony

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  • Tony

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  • ABQBroo

    worked like a charm! thanks!

  • ABQBroo

    worked like a charm! thanks!

  • ABQBroo

    worked like a charm! thanks!

  • ABQBroo

    worked like a charm! thanks!

  • Onie

    Thanks man. It really helps!!!!!!

  • Onie

    Thanks man. It really helps!!!!!!

  • Onie

    Thanks man. It really helps!!!!!!

  • Onie

    Thanks man. It really helps!!!!!!

  • michael

    NEED HELP

    i keep getting a BSOD on this, it just goes BS and then physical memory dump

    far out

  • michael

    NEED HELP

    i keep getting a BSOD on this, it just goes BS and then physical memory dump

    far out

  • michael

    NEED HELP

    i keep getting a BSOD on this, it just goes BS and then physical memory dump

    far out

  • michael

    NEED HELP

    i keep getting a BSOD on this, it just goes BS and then physical memory dump

    far out

  • Anonymous

    WORKS GREAT THANK YOU!!!

  • Anonymous

    WORKS GREAT THANK YOU!!!

  • Anonymous

    WORKS GREAT THANK YOU!!!

  • Anonymous

    WORKS GREAT THANK YOU!!!

  • rufex2001

    It worked flawlessly! Thanks a million!

  • rufex2001

    It worked flawlessly! Thanks a million!

  • rufex2001

    It worked flawlessly! Thanks a million!

  • rufex2001

    It worked flawlessly! Thanks a million!

  • Phred Meetwater

    Frickin awesome, thanks!

  • Phred Meetwater

    Frickin awesome, thanks!

  • Phred Meetwater

    Frickin awesome, thanks!

  • Phred Meetwater

    Frickin awesome, thanks!

  • Don White

    I have my adapter on my XP PC and the router is on my Windows 7 PC. I have read the comments, but do not understand how to load the drive. I assume I load it on the XP adaptor PC, but how?

  • Don White

    I have my adapter on my XP PC and the router is on my Windows 7 PC. I have read the comments, but do not understand how to load the drive. I assume I load it on the XP adaptor PC, but how?

  • Don White

    I have my adapter on my XP PC and the router is on my Windows 7 PC. I have read the comments, but do not understand how to load the drive. I assume I load it on the XP adaptor PC, but how?

  • Don White

    I have my adapter on my XP PC and the router is on my Windows 7 PC. I have read the comments, but do not understand how to load the drive. I assume I load it on the XP adaptor PC, but how?

  • Rellik1000

    Thanks,Works great,wireless connection in about 10 seconds.

  • Rellik1000

    Thanks,Works great,wireless connection in about 10 seconds.

  • Rellik1000

    Thanks,Works great,wireless connection in about 10 seconds.

  • Rellik1000

    Thanks,Works great,wireless connection in about 10 seconds.

  • Joe

    Bilal, thanks a ton for posting this. I was beginning to pull my hair out trying to configure the drivers until I stumbled upon this. Fixed the issue in a pinch.

    Joe

  • Joe

    Bilal, thanks a ton for posting this. I was beginning to pull my hair out trying to configure the drivers until I stumbled upon this. Fixed the issue in a pinch.

    Joe

  • Joe

    Bilal, thanks a ton for posting this. I was beginning to pull my hair out trying to configure the drivers until I stumbled upon this. Fixed the issue in a pinch.

    Joe

  • Joe

    Bilal, thanks a ton for posting this. I was beginning to pull my hair out trying to configure the drivers until I stumbled upon this. Fixed the issue in a pinch.

    Joe

  • Fredrik Hovde

    Thank you! THANK YOU SO MUCH! I’m a poor student, and i was starting to worry that I had to blow my budget by buying a new adapter. If I had the money (maybe in the future) I would donate a cuple of bucks to you easily! (..sorry)

  • Fredrik Hovde

    Thank you! THANK YOU SO MUCH! I’m a poor student, and i was starting to worry that I had to blow my budget by buying a new adapter. If I had the money (maybe in the future) I would donate a cuple of bucks to you easily! (..sorry)

  • Fredrik Hovde

    Thank you! THANK YOU SO MUCH! I’m a poor student, and i was starting to worry that I had to blow my budget by buying a new adapter. If I had the money (maybe in the future) I would donate a cuple of bucks to you easily! (..sorry)

  • Fredrik Hovde

    Thank you! THANK YOU SO MUCH! I’m a poor student, and i was starting to worry that I had to blow my budget by buying a new adapter. If I had the money (maybe in the future) I would donate a cuple of bucks to you easily! (..sorry)

  • steve

    wow…thanks man! I would have never have figured this out alone.

  • steve

    wow…thanks man! I would have never have figured this out alone.

  • steve

    wow…thanks man! I would have never have figured this out alone.

  • steve

    wow…thanks man! I would have never have figured this out alone.

  • ahmed

    mA brother! Amazing, it works!

  • ahmed

    mA brother! Amazing, it works!

  • ahmed

    mA brother! Amazing, it works!

  • ahmed

    mA brother! Amazing, it works!

  • Mr.Macduff

    Bilal, thank you very very much! This driver worked prefectly.

  • Mr.Macduff

    Bilal, thank you very very much! This driver worked prefectly.

  • Mr.Macduff

    Bilal, thank you very very much! This driver worked prefectly.

  • Mr.Macduff

    Bilal, thank you very very much! This driver worked prefectly.

  • ethan

    Im still getting an issue with Win7 not conecting with my WUSB54G. Ive downloaded the file and ran it like normal, right clicked on it and updated drivers however it quickly promps the nxt screen and tell me it cant find the drivers. Yes im selecting the driver i want to install but nothing. I dont know if this has anything to do with it, but after i plug in the WUSB54G, under device manager it shows up not under the network catagory but another. And it doesnt say Linksys wireless G adapter, it says missing with the little icon nxt to it. does this mean its a driver issue or more like a firmware issue. i dont know how old my WUSB54G is but I do know it isnt a v4 i think its a v2. but yea, no matter wat i cant get it to connect. Any additional support?

  • ethan

    Im still getting an issue with Win7 not conecting with my WUSB54G. Ive downloaded the file and ran it like normal, right clicked on it and updated drivers however it quickly promps the nxt screen and tell me it cant find the drivers. Yes im selecting the driver i want to install but nothing. I dont know if this has anything to do with it, but after i plug in the WUSB54G, under device manager it shows up not under the network catagory but another. And it doesnt say Linksys wireless G adapter, it says missing with the little icon nxt to it. does this mean its a driver issue or more like a firmware issue. i dont know how old my WUSB54G is but I do know it isnt a v4 i think its a v2. but yea, no matter wat i cant get it to connect. Any additional support?

  • ethan

    Im still getting an issue with Win7 not conecting with my WUSB54G. Ive downloaded the file and ran it like normal, right clicked on it and updated drivers however it quickly promps the nxt screen and tell me it cant find the drivers. Yes im selecting the driver i want to install but nothing. I dont know if this has anything to do with it, but after i plug in the WUSB54G, under device manager it shows up not under the network catagory but another. And it doesnt say Linksys wireless G adapter, it says missing with the little icon nxt to it. does this mean its a driver issue or more like a firmware issue. i dont know how old my WUSB54G is but I do know it isnt a v4 i think its a v2. but yea, no matter wat i cant get it to connect. Any additional support?

  • ethan

    Im still getting an issue with Win7 not conecting with my WUSB54G. Ive downloaded the file and ran it like normal, right clicked on it and updated drivers however it quickly promps the nxt screen and tell me it cant find the drivers. Yes im selecting the driver i want to install but nothing. I dont know if this has anything to do with it, but after i plug in the WUSB54G, under device manager it shows up not under the network catagory but another. And it doesnt say Linksys wireless G adapter, it says missing with the little icon nxt to it. does this mean its a driver issue or more like a firmware issue. i dont know how old my WUSB54G is but I do know it isnt a v4 i think its a v2. but yea, no matter wat i cant get it to connect. Any additional support?

  • Bilal N

    thx man, my name is Bilal also lol

  • Bilal N

    thx man, my name is Bilal also lol

  • Bilal N

    thx man, my name is Bilal also lol

  • Bilal N

    thx man, my name is Bilal also lol

  • Litenshadow

    thank you thank you thank you!!!!!
    works flawlessly

  • Litenshadow

    thank you thank you thank you!!!!!
    works flawlessly

  • Litenshadow

    thank you thank you thank you!!!!!
    works flawlessly

  • Litenshadow

    thank you thank you thank you!!!!!
    works flawlessly

  • Ric

    When I first install the driver, I can see all the available network but just couldnt connect to them.
    So i reupdate/reinstall the driver again, this time i totally cant see the available network.
    Bilal, can you help on this?

  • Ric

    When I first install the driver, I can see all the available network but just couldnt connect to them.
    So i reupdate/reinstall the driver again, this time i totally cant see the available network.
    Bilal, can you help on this?

  • Ric

    When I first install the driver, I can see all the available network but just couldnt connect to them.
    So i reupdate/reinstall the driver again, this time i totally cant see the available network.
    Bilal, can you help on this?

  • Ric

    When I first install the driver, I can see all the available network but just couldnt connect to them.
    So i reupdate/reinstall the driver again, this time i totally cant see the available network.
    Bilal, can you help on this?

  • rubai

    Thanks for this awesome hack! Initially had a hard time manually installing this driver, but once I finally did it worked flawlessly! Thanks again. :)

  • rubai

    Thanks for this awesome hack! Initially had a hard time manually installing this driver, but once I finally did it worked flawlessly! Thanks again. :)

  • rubai

    Thanks for this awesome hack! Initially had a hard time manually installing this driver, but once I finally did it worked flawlessly! Thanks again. :)

  • rubai

    Thanks for this awesome hack! Initially had a hard time manually installing this driver, but once I finally did it worked flawlessly! Thanks again. :)

  • Elliot

    Thanks so much bud! I just had the driver I was using fail out on me suddenly & I’m sure glad Google has you as #1 page, because this works perfectly. Even on the latest version of Win7.

  • Elliot

    Thanks so much bud! I just had the driver I was using fail out on me suddenly & I’m sure glad Google has you as #1 page, because this works perfectly. Even on the latest version of Win7.

  • Elliot

    Thanks so much bud! I just had the driver I was using fail out on me suddenly & I’m sure glad Google has you as #1 page, because this works perfectly. Even on the latest version of Win7.

  • Elliot

    Thanks so much bud! I just had the driver I was using fail out on me suddenly & I’m sure glad Google has you as #1 page, because this works perfectly. Even on the latest version of Win7.

  • THANK YOU!!!

    worked perfectly just pointed the win 7 device manger driver search to that folder and all worked perfectly

  • THANK YOU!!!

    worked perfectly just pointed the win 7 device manger driver search to that folder and all worked perfectly

  • THANK YOU!!!

    worked perfectly just pointed the win 7 device manger driver search to that folder and all worked perfectly

  • THANK YOU!!!

    worked perfectly just pointed the win 7 device manger driver search to that folder and all worked perfectly

  • richin

    Hey,
    thanks so much for the download.
    but sadly my router cannot update its driver software to this one.
    do you need to extract it or preform any steps before update the driver.
    i have the same adapter you mentioned by the way.
    please reply as soon as possible, my computer is useless without internet.=(

  • richin

    Hey,
    thanks so much for the download.
    but sadly my router cannot update its driver software to this one.
    do you need to extract it or preform any steps before update the driver.
    i have the same adapter you mentioned by the way.
    please reply as soon as possible, my computer is useless without internet.=(

  • richin

    Hey,
    thanks so much for the download.
    but sadly my router cannot update its driver software to this one.
    do you need to extract it or preform any steps before update the driver.
    i have the same adapter you mentioned by the way.
    please reply as soon as possible, my computer is useless without internet.=(

  • richin

    Hey,
    thanks so much for the download.
    but sadly my router cannot update its driver software to this one.
    do you need to extract it or preform any steps before update the driver.
    i have the same adapter you mentioned by the way.
    please reply as soon as possible, my computer is useless without internet.=(

  • Matkins

    I truly appreciate this, Bilal…fired the adapter right up. It’s people like you that make the internet community great!

  • Matkins

    I truly appreciate this, Bilal…fired the adapter right up. It’s people like you that make the internet community great!

  • Matkins

    I truly appreciate this, Bilal…fired the adapter right up. It’s people like you that make the internet community great!

  • Matkins

    I truly appreciate this, Bilal…fired the adapter right up. It’s people like you that make the internet community great!

  • Midd_knight

    This is a god-send! Thank you so much! I’d give you man-hugs if I could.

  • Midd_knight

    This is a god-send! Thank you so much! I’d give you man-hugs if I could.

  • Midd_knight

    This is a god-send! Thank you so much! I’d give you man-hugs if I could.

  • Midd_knight

    This is a god-send! Thank you so much! I’d give you man-hugs if I could.

  • Cautious_Observer

    I hate to cast aspersions and certainly don’t want to offend someone who has made such a useful contribution to the Community of Users, but how can we be assured there is not spyware or malware in this hack?

  • Cautious_Observer

    I hate to cast aspersions and certainly don’t want to offend someone who has made such a useful contribution to the Community of Users, but how can we be assured there is not spyware or malware in this hack?

  • Cautious_Observer

    I hate to cast aspersions and certainly don’t want to offend someone who has made such a useful contribution to the Community of Users, but how can we be assured there is not spyware or malware in this hack?

  • Cautious_Observer

    I hate to cast aspersions and certainly don’t want to offend someone who has made such a useful contribution to the Community of Users, but how can we be assured there is not spyware or malware in this hack?

  • Ted

    Hi, I tried to install this in xp 64 but I’m getting the error message “the specified location does not contain a compatible software driver for your device. If the location contains a driver, make sure it is designed to work with windows for x64-nased systems.” What am I doing wrong?

  • Ted

    Hi, I tried to install this in xp 64 but I’m getting the error message “the specified location does not contain a compatible software driver for your device. If the location contains a driver, make sure it is designed to work with windows for x64-nased systems.” What am I doing wrong?

  • Ted

    Hi, I tried to install this in xp 64 but I’m getting the error message “the specified location does not contain a compatible software driver for your device. If the location contains a driver, make sure it is designed to work with windows for x64-nased systems.” What am I doing wrong?

  • Ted

    Hi, I tried to install this in xp 64 but I’m getting the error message “the specified location does not contain a compatible software driver for your device. If the location contains a driver, make sure it is designed to work with windows for x64-nased systems.” What am I doing wrong?

  • Bruno

    Hi Bilal,
    You are truly a genious. Your Down load worked like a charm. Toronto should be truly proud of you. All the very best with your excellent work. God Bless!

  • Bruno

    Hi Bilal,
    You are truly a genious. Your Down load worked like a charm. Toronto should be truly proud of you. All the very best with your excellent work. God Bless!

  • Bruno

    Hi Bilal,
    You are truly a genious. Your Down load worked like a charm. Toronto should be truly proud of you. All the very best with your excellent work. God Bless!

  • Bruno

    Hi Bilal,
    You are truly a genious. Your Down load worked like a charm. Toronto should be truly proud of you. All the very best with your excellent work. God Bless!

  • Dave

    *Exactly* what I was looking for. Thanks a million!

  • Dave

    *Exactly* what I was looking for. Thanks a million!

  • Dave

    *Exactly* what I was looking for. Thanks a million!

  • Dave

    *Exactly* what I was looking for. Thanks a million!

  • Greta004

    You are the best…worked for me!!!! YAY!!!! Thank you :-)

  • Greta004

    You are the best…worked for me!!!! YAY!!!! Thank you :-)

  • Greta004

    You are the best…worked for me!!!! YAY!!!! Thank you :-)

  • Greta004

    You are the best…worked for me!!!! YAY!!!! Thank you :-)

  • Nb

    Thanks! Worked exceptionally well.

  • Nb

    Thanks! Worked exceptionally well.

  • Nb

    Thanks! Worked exceptionally well.

  • Nb

    Thanks! Worked exceptionally well.

  • scotty

    Hi, Ive just upgraded to windows 7 and I have a lynksys WUSB54G V.2. I couldnt get it to work initially so I phoned yup linksys who has there was no chance of it working with win 7. Well they said it might but will constantly drop connection and give alot of headache. Anyway I installed the proper windows XP 2005 driver 4.01.20..and it seems to work fine??? is this only a problem with 64bit windows version? in the device manager i cant update to your driver because it says the latest one is already installed. its not my PC though so Im hoping it wont lose connection.

  • scotty

    Hi, Ive just upgraded to windows 7 and I have a lynksys WUSB54G V.2. I couldnt get it to work initially so I phoned yup linksys who has there was no chance of it working with win 7. Well they said it might but will constantly drop connection and give alot of headache. Anyway I installed the proper windows XP 2005 driver 4.01.20..and it seems to work fine??? is this only a problem with 64bit windows version? in the device manager i cant update to your driver because it says the latest one is already installed. its not my PC though so Im hoping it wont lose connection.

  • scotty

    Hi, Ive just upgraded to windows 7 and I have a lynksys WUSB54G V.2. I couldnt get it to work initially so I phoned yup linksys who has there was no chance of it working with win 7. Well they said it might but will constantly drop connection and give alot of headache. Anyway I installed the proper windows XP 2005 driver 4.01.20..and it seems to work fine??? is this only a problem with 64bit windows version? in the device manager i cant update to your driver because it says the latest one is already installed. its not my PC though so Im hoping it wont lose connection.

  • scotty

    Hi, Ive just upgraded to windows 7 and I have a lynksys WUSB54G V.2. I couldnt get it to work initially so I phoned yup linksys who has there was no chance of it working with win 7. Well they said it might but will constantly drop connection and give alot of headache. Anyway I installed the proper windows XP 2005 driver 4.01.20..and it seems to work fine??? is this only a problem with 64bit windows version? in the device manager i cant update to your driver because it says the latest one is already installed. its not my PC though so Im hoping it wont lose connection.

  • Syed Naeem

    great stuff!!! thanks it worked perfect for me on Windows 7

  • Syed Naeem

    great stuff!!! thanks it worked perfect for me on Windows 7

  • Syed Naeem

    great stuff!!! thanks it worked perfect for me on Windows 7

  • Syed Naeem

    great stuff!!! thanks it worked perfect for me on Windows 7

  • Robert

    Hé man….Fantastic work. Had a WUSB54G somewhere in a corner. Nabour boy bought his very first (fast) PC with 25″ LCD. But n0 wifi card. So I gave him that good old WUSB54G. Offcourse it didn’t work due to Linksys being lazy not upgrading drivers to X64.
    Anyway…found your replies and (not) amazing it works like an infinite train which never stops….

  • Robert

    Hé man….Fantastic work. Had a WUSB54G somewhere in a corner. Nabour boy bought his very first (fast) PC with 25″ LCD. But n0 wifi card. So I gave him that good old WUSB54G. Offcourse it didn’t work due to Linksys being lazy not upgrading drivers to X64.
    Anyway…found your replies and (not) amazing it works like an infinite train which never stops….

  • Robert

    Hé man….Fantastic work. Had a WUSB54G somewhere in a corner. Nabour boy bought his very first (fast) PC with 25″ LCD. But n0 wifi card. So I gave him that good old WUSB54G. Offcourse it didn’t work due to Linksys being lazy not upgrading drivers to X64.
    Anyway…found your replies and (not) amazing it works like an infinite train which never stops….

  • Robert

    Hé man….Fantastic work. Had a WUSB54G somewhere in a corner. Nabour boy bought his very first (fast) PC with 25″ LCD. But n0 wifi card. So I gave him that good old WUSB54G. Offcourse it didn’t work due to Linksys being lazy not upgrading drivers to X64.
    Anyway…found your replies and (not) amazing it works like an infinite train which never stops….

  • Hello Billal,
    Can you help me on this! I tried thousand of method and spend more than a week and couldn’t make this happen.
    FIrst I download Rt2500usb install it and then download v4 driver and install it as well. It went through “plug your device in to usb” then when you hit next it gone.

    After that I try to “update driver” via device manager and choose have disk to point it to your files, they pick the .inf, they stuck there “installing driver software” and say timeout.

    What do I miss or did it wrong? Please anybody can guide me.

  • Hello Billal,
    Can you help me on this! I tried thousand of method and spend more than a week and couldn’t make this happen.
    FIrst I download Rt2500usb install it and then download v4 driver and install it as well. It went through “plug your device in to usb” then when you hit next it gone.

    After that I try to “update driver” via device manager and choose have disk to point it to your files, they pick the .inf, they stuck there “installing driver software” and say timeout.

    What do I miss or did it wrong? Please anybody can guide me.

  • Hello Billal,
    Can you help me on this! I tried thousand of method and spend more than a week and couldn’t make this happen.
    FIrst I download Rt2500usb install it and then download v4 driver and install it as well. It went through “plug your device in to usb” then when you hit next it gone.

    After that I try to “update driver” via device manager and choose have disk to point it to your files, they pick the .inf, they stuck there “installing driver software” and say timeout.

    What do I miss or did it wrong? Please anybody can guide me.

  • Hello Billal,
    Can you help me on this! I tried thousand of method and spend more than a week and couldn’t make this happen.
    FIrst I download Rt2500usb install it and then download v4 driver and install it as well. It went through “plug your device in to usb” then when you hit next it gone.

    After that I try to “update driver” via device manager and choose have disk to point it to your files, they pick the .inf, they stuck there “installing driver software” and say timeout.

    What do I miss or did it wrong? Please anybody can guide me.

  • LarryStevens

    Wouldn’t work on my Windows 7 (64 bit) desktop. Just get a message saying Windows couldn’t find driver, even after directing it right to the driver. Very frustrating.

  • LarryStevens

    Wouldn’t work on my Windows 7 (64 bit) desktop. Just get a message saying Windows couldn’t find driver, even after directing it right to the driver. Very frustrating.

  • LarryStevens

    Wouldn’t work on my Windows 7 (64 bit) desktop. Just get a message saying Windows couldn’t find driver, even after directing it right to the driver. Very frustrating.

  • LarryStevens

    Wouldn’t work on my Windows 7 (64 bit) desktop. Just get a message saying Windows couldn’t find driver, even after directing it right to the driver. Very frustrating.

  • Fishking

    wow, i spent like 2 hours trying to get this to work and then came across your post, pure genius, ws ready to go and buy a new adapater and maybe a router, thanks a lot donations coming your way for sure

  • Fishking

    wow, i spent like 2 hours trying to get this to work and then came across your post, pure genius, ws ready to go and buy a new adapater and maybe a router, thanks a lot donations coming your way for sure

  • Fishking

    wow, i spent like 2 hours trying to get this to work and then came across your post, pure genius, ws ready to go and buy a new adapater and maybe a router, thanks a lot donations coming your way for sure

  • Fishking

    wow, i spent like 2 hours trying to get this to work and then came across your post, pure genius, ws ready to go and buy a new adapater and maybe a router, thanks a lot donations coming your way for sure

  • Liat

    you are…. no comment, thank you so much

  • Liat

    you are…. no comment, thank you so much

  • Liat

    you are…. no comment, thank you so much

  • Liat

    you are…. no comment, thank you so much

  • David

    Hey man! Thank you very much! It works great!!! Greetings form Spain!

  • David

    Hey man! Thank you very much! It works great!!! Greetings form Spain!

  • David

    Hey man! Thank you very much! It works great!!! Greetings form Spain!

  • David

    Hey man! Thank you very much! It works great!!! Greetings form Spain!

  • Fakerfaker19

    Very good. Not sure why the drivers I had installed worked before repairing win7? But they did. So after the repair and no-go on those drivers, google to the rescue, and that’s where I stumbled upon Jeffery’s fix. Many thanks to Balil Jeffery.

  • Fakerfaker19

    Very good. Not sure why the drivers I had installed worked before repairing win7? But they did. So after the repair and no-go on those drivers, google to the rescue, and that’s where I stumbled upon Jeffery’s fix. Many thanks to Balil Jeffery.

  • Fakerfaker19

    Very good. Not sure why the drivers I had installed worked before repairing win7? But they did. So after the repair and no-go on those drivers, google to the rescue, and that’s where I stumbled upon Jeffery’s fix. Many thanks to Balil Jeffery.

  • Fakerfaker19

    Very good. Not sure why the drivers I had installed worked before repairing win7? But they did. So after the repair and no-go on those drivers, google to the rescue, and that’s where I stumbled upon Jeffery’s fix. Many thanks to Balil Jeffery.

  • Artificialyme

    I APRICIATE IT SOOOOOOO MUCH! ive looked for this sort of thing for MONTHS! You rock mah socks mate!

  • Artificialyme

    I APRICIATE IT SOOOOOOO MUCH! ive looked for this sort of thing for MONTHS! You rock mah socks mate!

  • Artificialyme

    I APRICIATE IT SOOOOOOO MUCH! ive looked for this sort of thing for MONTHS! You rock mah socks mate!

  • Artificialyme

    I APRICIATE IT SOOOOOOO MUCH! ive looked for this sort of thing for MONTHS! You rock mah socks mate!

  • driverless

    It worked great!!!! you are a life saver, if I could even begin to explain what you have done to help a guy in a bad situation…. donating now!

  • driverless

    It worked great!!!! you are a life saver, if I could even begin to explain what you have done to help a guy in a bad situation…. donating now!

  • driverless

    It worked great!!!! you are a life saver, if I could even begin to explain what you have done to help a guy in a bad situation…. donating now!

  • driverless

    It worked great!!!! you are a life saver, if I could even begin to explain what you have done to help a guy in a bad situation…. donating now!

  • Thanks you just made my night.

  • Thanks you just made my night.

  • Thanks you just made my night.

  • Thanks you just made my night.

  • Pete Rabjohns

    Hi Bilal

    Many thanks. Installed a dream. Worth $5 of anyone’s money.
    Regards

    Pete Rabjohns

  • Pete Rabjohns

    Hi Bilal

    Many thanks. Installed a dream. Worth $5 of anyone’s money.
    Regards

    Pete Rabjohns

  • Pete Rabjohns

    Hi Bilal

    Many thanks. Installed a dream. Worth $5 of anyone’s money.
    Regards

    Pete Rabjohns

  • Pete Rabjohns

    Hi Bilal

    Many thanks. Installed a dream. Worth $5 of anyone’s money.
    Regards

    Pete Rabjohns

  • Ericnortonconsulting

    Is there a driver fix for the WUSB54G V3 for Windows 7 64bit yet?

  • Ericnortonconsulting

    Is there a driver fix for the WUSB54G V3 for Windows 7 64bit yet?

  • Ericnortonconsulting

    Is there a driver fix for the WUSB54G V3 for Windows 7 64bit yet?

  • Ericnortonconsulting

    Is there a driver fix for the WUSB54G V3 for Windows 7 64bit yet?

  • Don

    Bilal,
    I installed your driver for WUSB54G v4 on my new Windows 7 64b machine. The process seemed to go well. The adaptor connected successfully with the router, but I can’t get it to make an internet connection. I keep getting the error message ” unidentified network. No internet access”. It can’t seem to find the router’s IP address. I wonder if the driver is the problem, but no else on this thread seems to have had this problem. From other forums however I see that this seems to be a recurrent problem for Windows 7, at least for early versions, for various kinds of network adaptors. If anyone could help me here I would greatly appreciate it

  • Don

    Bilal,
    I installed your driver for WUSB54G v4 on my new Windows 7 64b machine. The process seemed to go well. The adaptor connected successfully with the router, but I can’t get it to make an internet connection. I keep getting the error message ” unidentified network. No internet access”. It can’t seem to find the router’s IP address. I wonder if the driver is the problem, but no else on this thread seems to have had this problem. From other forums however I see that this seems to be a recurrent problem for Windows 7, at least for early versions, for various kinds of network adaptors. If anyone could help me here I would greatly appreciate it

  • Don

    Bilal,
    I installed your driver for WUSB54G v4 on my new Windows 7 64b machine. The process seemed to go well. The adaptor connected successfully with the router, but I can’t get it to make an internet connection. I keep getting the error message ” unidentified network. No internet access”. It can’t seem to find the router’s IP address. I wonder if the driver is the problem, but no else on this thread seems to have had this problem. From other forums however I see that this seems to be a recurrent problem for Windows 7, at least for early versions, for various kinds of network adaptors. If anyone could help me here I would greatly appreciate it

  • Don

    Bilal,
    I installed your driver for WUSB54G v4 on my new Windows 7 64b machine. The process seemed to go well. The adaptor connected successfully with the router, but I can’t get it to make an internet connection. I keep getting the error message ” unidentified network. No internet access”. It can’t seem to find the router’s IP address. I wonder if the driver is the problem, but no else on this thread seems to have had this problem. From other forums however I see that this seems to be a recurrent problem for Windows 7, at least for early versions, for various kinds of network adaptors. If anyone could help me here I would greatly appreciate it

  • Cloud

    you rock! Thanks so much… I would donate to you but to be honest I already donate to a Homeless Shelter out here where I live and to the ASPCA.. But thanks

  • Cloud

    you rock! Thanks so much… I would donate to you but to be honest I already donate to a Homeless Shelter out here where I live and to the ASPCA.. But thanks

  • Cloud

    you rock! Thanks so much… I would donate to you but to be honest I already donate to a Homeless Shelter out here where I live and to the ASPCA.. But thanks

  • Cloud

    you rock! Thanks so much… I would donate to you but to be honest I already donate to a Homeless Shelter out here where I live and to the ASPCA.. But thanks

  • Russ

    Awesome! Thanks!

  • Russ

    Awesome! Thanks!

  • Russ

    Awesome! Thanks!

  • Russ

    Awesome! Thanks!

  • Xavier

    can you help me connect to apple airport express with the WUSB54G

  • Xavier

    can you help me connect to apple airport express with the WUSB54G

  • Xavier

    can you help me connect to apple airport express with the WUSB54G

  • Xavier

    can you help me connect to apple airport express with the WUSB54G