Hopefully he the CEO will get someone in Linksys to follow up on this problem i. However, the problem persists. I have all of the WPA hot fixes from Microsoft installed and No, create an account now. How about that one? CrazyComputerMan , May 1,
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Installed that then went to the Wireless Network config in XP and sure enough that driver worked. You are not the only one in this boat everybody else who uses the same OS is. No, create an account now. I have not found anyone who has been able to successfully get the WUSB11 v2.
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After you Scan for Updates, to the left you should see a section called Driver Updates. I have been looking for over 24 hrs and to no avail. How about that one? Gave up with them, and sent a note with my entire email chain to the Ver of Linksys.
Just about ready to call tech support then I decieded to run Windows Update again. So, I did just that, I removed both fixes. The linksys knowledge base states that the WUSB11 v2.
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I’ll find that driver for you. Warpx9 to biker45 Member Jan-1 They most likely have a bug here, since their knowledge base says 2.
Discussion in ‘ Windows XP ‘ started by griven linskys, May 1, Can you post a URL? I searched the MS site but could not find the driver.
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I just ran a generic fcc ID on it. Nope thats a 32x driver. To restore the connection, I had to open the properties page for the wireless connection, evr2 then click OK to close it.
Not a big deal, but doing that every 10 minutes got old really quickly. Are we seeing the end of the road for the Windows NT kernel? Either that or I need to find a DDK that will port from 32x to 64x. If anyone has a solution please help. Warpx9 Member Jan-2 Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? They say the problem has been referred to Product Management.