Please confirm your Device ID. Win7 Build x It worked fine in my Vista Home Premium 32 so it should work right? Is there anyway I can force it to install or extract the driver somehow? So now I am in a pickle. That’s all you can do. I appreciate all your help!!!
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Optical Drive continues to show CD That’s all you can do.
Originally Posted by Dogg https: Windows still didn’t recognize the driver. I am going to pull the card tonight and check the revision. I cannot find drivers for this card anywhere I think I might have put this in the wrong section, not sure, if it’s in the wrong section, what wmp54bv4.1 does this belong in?
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This is the right section. If anyone knows of another valid link and or has a copy of the Vista Drivers for this card. It extracts 2 files netr If your thread is answered and there is no reply within 30 days the thread will be closed.
Been doing this since before there even WAS Windows, and it does it to me every time. I will keep you posted. Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies. On windows 7 ultimate 32 bit? I will try as soon as I get home.
You then goto the hardware, choose the upgrade driver option, and point Windows to the location of the files. Win7 Build x It is, obviously, the wrong driver anyway. Well, by being the tinkerer that I am, I managed to kill a perfectly good OS install by playing around with it. Originally Posted by JNCable. Glad to hear you wmp54gv4.1 it sorted out.
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The executable is a self extracting zip kb. I have checked both linksys XP and Vista driver codes from their driver package and the codes are different Your code Code: By simple oversight, I did not backup the installation file.
Hi, The Chipset must be installed first! I have to report success.
Now, lo and behold. Copyright -Tech Support Forum. I just downloaded it, just to be sure I wasn’t crazy. Because I didn’t back them up.
And I just noticed you are using 64bit. Are you sure you have wmp54gvv4.1 v4. Windows 8 Professional x64 My System. This is unseemly to be posting for a driver I once had in my possession, but now, because of sheer stupidity or simple oversight I need again. It worked fine in my Vista Home Premium 32 so it should work right?