It does connect to the Access Point, it does connect to the Internet, I’m able to surf the net and play network games but then, suddenly, everything just freezes. I did what I could think of to call attention to the problem. Promote cracked software, or other illegal content. Sunday, July 19, 9: Thursday, May 19, 1: The Wireless card is not listed because I had to disable it to let Windows work:
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The Wireless card is not listed because I had to disable it to let Windows work: But where else shall one report it? I would like to say that about a year and a half later, the problem still exists.
Linksys Wireless-N PCI Adapter WMPNv2 on bit: FREEZE! With workaround.
Sexually explicit or offensive language. Thanks again, you’ve made an old man very happy! Sunday, June 14, 7: It does connect to the Access Point, it does connect to the Internet, I’m able to surf the net and play network games but then, suddenly, everything just freezes.
Sunday, June 28, But then I just navigated the install driver dialog to the folder I’d extracted the files to and voila.
Tuesday, October 8, Sunday, September 6, 7: Better Linksys driver are urgently needed! I have not written down the details on how to do this, but it was fairly obvious and is surely documented in many places on the Internet.
Thursday, December 31, 9: And I have to reset the PC with the power button.
Linksys Wireless N Pci Adapter Wmp300nv2 Driver Download
Promote cracked software, or other illegal content. I tried to use the ‘Silent Install’ executable to start with but that just freezes and has to be shut down in Task Manager.
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Flaming or offending other users. Not an IT pro?
WMP300N v2 and Windows 7: compatible?
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So this old Linksys driver does not work with Windows 7 bit and it should not be forced on users by Windows Update. Winsows figured out that my WLAN card uses this chipset: I tried using a 64 bit version of the Atheros AR drivers, but the PC froze immediately after connecting to the AP, so this is not a solution for me.
I find Linksys or Microsoft should fix this before the lniksys. So essentially you get Windows 7 to search for a driver for your WLAN card again and then select the driver manually from the list of known drivers.
Windows knows a driver for this chipset and that solved it for me.