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Windows 7: Need help with Linksys Cisco internet stick, number WUSB600N version 2

27 Sep 2014   #1
WindowsFan98

Windows Vista Home x64
 
 
Need help with Linksys Cisco internet stick, number WUSB600N version 2

Hello


Anyway, I've restored my computer which is a Windows 7 Vista, to factory settings.
When I restored my computer, I also deleted all of the drivers for the Linksys Cisco stick.
I have been trying to find my CD installer disk, but I cannot find it. I have searched up on
another computer for the drivers, and then installed it on my usb, then I pluged it into my computer.
When I plugged it in, it open fine. I tried extracting it but then a file named "Netr28ux.sys" doesn't extract, instead it says a error.


Note; I downloaded the drivers from the OFFICIAL website, and its version two.

Anyway,
thanks for reading, and thanks in advance if you helped.

Thanks,
Jacob.


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27 Sep 2014   #2
Berton

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit, Windows 8.1 64-bit, Mac OS X 10.10, Linux Mint 17, Windows 10 Pro TP
 
 

WUSB600N Support | Dual-Band Wireless-N USB Network Adapter
You can find the user guide there also.
The file you download is a .zip/compressed file, needs to be decompressed into a Folder. In that Folder are 2 Folders, one for the 32-bit versions of Win7 and the other for the 64-bit version. There's no .exe/Executable file so in Device Manager use Update drivers and point it to the Folder you need. I just did the download and decompressing and all the files are there, 5 in each Folder.

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thanks in advance if you helped.
But then it won't be known if you were helped or if it didn't work.
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