I figured that because it worked on XP 64bit and Vista 64bit, that it would work on 7 64bit as well. Message 18 of 36 26, Views. I have tried for the last week to try and get the adapter to work with Vista. From ther it’s pretty simple, point to the driver folder and click ok. It’ll give the option to search autoamtically online or browse on your comptuer. Now why doesn’t someone from Cisco download the driver and place it on their own page
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Message 15 of 36 27, Views. There is no reason what so ever why they shouldn’t work, unless the way Windows 7 handles drivers was changed to accommodate planned obsolescence.
Message 21 of 36 14, Views. I successfully installed this driver onto HyperV Server R2. Now why doesn’t someone from Cisco download the driver and place it on their own page Crimson, Thanks for posting the link again. Message 29 of 36 13, Views. Yes, the old website died, but I uploaded the drivers to a new site:.
However, it still doesn’t work for me. Hello everyone, sorry to leave you hanging. I have found all the links in this forum to be dead or taken down due to copyright infringement.
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It’ll give the option to search autoamtically online or browse on your comptuer. It’s ridiculous that they STILL haven’t made updated drivers for this card, which is apparently still being sold in retail outlets.
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Message 14 of 36 28, Views. From ther it’s pretty simple, point to the driver folder and click ok. Also the only solution offered to me by Windows or Cisco tech support is to go online or upgrade.
Can you repost the link or tell me how to find the same info, I have been going in circles. I should not have to spend more money on a PCI when I have this one, especially since it seems Linksys or Cisco could not spend any of the last six years that vista has been around to write a few lines of code. Thank you very much.
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I have Win vists 64 bit SP0 installed. I would rather make do with what I have then spend for more components that may still have the same problem. Thanks, I dl the driver and installed it without a problem. And people ask me vistz I’m always running a older version of Windows, bah hahaha. Make sure the downloaded drivers are unzipped already, and then proceed right click the unidentified network card in the device manger, click Update Driver Sfotware.
Wow, you are really awesome. Message 16 of 36 27, Views. I have tried for the last week to try and get the adapter to work with Vista. Sorry to hear but I could not find a vista 64 bit driver when I checked Cisco’s homesupport site.
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Go to control panel, then find the device manager. Message 28 of 36 13, Views. Maybe it’s because I don’t want Windows to tell me: Message 24 of 36 13, Views. I tried to look for drivers for windows 7 as well but couldn’t find any. I have tried running any version of lne10t0x driver offered in the backwards compatibility mode.