After you have found the right driver for your device and operating system, follow these simple instructions to install it. Tue Jun 21, 2: I used to use several of those cards with XP. Tue Jun 14, 6: Just unpacking them into a directory isn’t installing

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This is an RTFM situation, dude, seriously! Tue Jun 21, 2: He bought an equivalent PC actually a little better off a friend. So sad that it should come to this So long and thanks for all the fish Registered: Anyway, looking at it in device manager, Windows doesn’t even recognize the manufacturer. I used to use several of those cards with XP. If you don’t know the hardware version then click “Where’s my model number” right next to that linksgs.

Looks like a registry change is needed or something for XP to recognize the card beyond “unknown network adapter”.

Linksys WMP54GS in Windows XP

Oct 27, Posts: In fact, I believe the Linksys instructions explicitly tell you to cancel out of that wizard. Don’t quote me on that though.


Find the model number on the wireless card itself, use the Linksys support pagedownload the correct drivers, put them on the XP Desktop, unplug the wireless card, reboot XP, shut it down, put the card back wundows, turn on XP, and watch for a balloon notification at boot up saying it is attempting to install the new hardware. He no longer has the setup CD.

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Windows 10, Windows 8. Wmp54vs drivers from linksys site are marked as an update, so their packaging probably assumes that the setup utility has already been done.

Tue Jun 14, 4: Win Vista File Version: One of Dad’s Dell’s bit the dust. The lands of milk and curry.

Mon Jun 20, 9: Reconnect the device and power it on. So, um, what do I need to do?

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Trying to move wireless from dead computer to replacement. Network Devices Supported OS: Disconnect the device from your computer.

Instead, read the instructions for yourself. Feb 14, Posts: At this point, you will have the option to show XP where the drivers are. To see more matches, use our custom search engine to find the exact driver.


He spent his whole like as a Unix admin, he retired. Also, the card may just be dead. They add hundreds of new drivers to our site every day.

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I don’t have an XP box handy right now or I could tell you the two or three files you need. Network Devices File Version: Follow the directions on zp installation program screen. Iirc, you never need to tell the Windows add new hardware wizard to do anything. Do so, and see if the device works properly.