|08 Jan 2011||#1|
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DLINK DWA-125 drivers(?) problem, 64 bit Win7
Hi, first post. Happy New Year!
New Windows 7 user, so please forgive my ignorance.
Looked at some other posts regarding DLink (wireless) drivers and Windows 7 on this forum, but none have worked for me.
In the devices manager, the USB device appears as an 11n unit, and when attempting to upgrade driver off the supplied disk there are only driver folders for XP(32 and 64 bit) and Vista(32 and 64 bit), none of which are even recognized by the Windows 7 device manager. Have not been able to locate a driver for Windows 7 64 bit on the 'net for the DLink DWA-125.
Has anyone got a solution, please?
My thanks in advance, and apologies that this is an (apparently) oft repeated topic for other DWA wireless drivers.
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