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Windows 7: Airlink AWLH4130 driver for x64?


06 Nov 2009   #1

Windows 7/XP
 
 
Airlink AWLH4130 driver for x64?

So I've got the AWLH4130, a pci wireless adapter, which I bought second hand for $5. Didn't come with any cds or anything. Works fine with the drivers on the website on XP. It "automatically" installs drivers in Windows 7, and installs the "Realtek RTL8168C(P)/8111C(P)" driver. It doesn't find any networks, and i'm guessing it's the wrong driver because the website said it was an Atheros chipset. I've got no clue what to do to get this to work, so anyone know what to do?

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06 Nov 2009   #2

Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit / XP Home sp3
 
 

The only driver I could find is for windows XP AirLink101 Help Desk You may be able to install this in compatibility mode. Compatibility Mode download the driver to your desktop. If the device is recognized in device manager click on it and click update driver>browse my computer>let me pick it> have disk> point it to the driver on your desktop and install. After following the compatibility mode tutorial
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07 Nov 2009   #3

Windows 7/XP
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by thefabe View Post
The only driver I could find is for windows XP AirLink101 Help Desk You may be able to install this in compatibility mode. Compatibility Mode download the driver to your desktop. If the device is recognized in device manager click on it and click update driver>browse my computer>let me pick it> have disk> point it to the driver on your desktop and install. After following the compatibility mode tutorial
OK, i tried that without compatability first, and it didn't work due to invalid driver sign or something. Then i restarted, pressed F8 at OS list, and chose Disable Driver Signing(whatever it was called). Reinstalled, and it works... mostly. It says no bars, but I have perfect connection, so meh.

EDIT: I guess I don't have to press F8 every time. Thanks for the driver!

But won't I have to press F8 every time I start Windows 7? Is there any way to fix this?
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08 Nov 2009   #4

Windows 7/XP
 
 

Well I was rolling fine yesterday, but after Windows updated, my drivers stopped working because they suddenly started to complain about driver signatures. So I try to re-install the drivers, and Device Manager says they give Error 10 Cannot Start. Now i'm back where I started.
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