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Belkin F5D7050 V4000 / Windows 7 64bit
I've seen a few topics on this hardware on here, but I believe they are all dealing with 32bit windows. When running the 32bit RC I had no issues with the hardware. However now that I've gotten my full copy, I installed 64bit, but I cannot find a driver for it. I was wondering if anyone can help out...
On Belkins website, it says there is a Vista 64bit driver, but I downloaded that software package and it only extracted a 32bit driver...
Belkin : Support : F5D7050 Wireless G USB Network Adapter - Drivers
F5D7050 Version 4xxx Driver
Download version: 126.96.36.199, OS compatibility: Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows XP 32 BIT, Windows 98 SE, Windows Vista 32 bit, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows XP 64 BIT, size: 17.35Mb
EDIT: My bad, I think I should have posted this in the drivers section, if someone could fix that I would appreciate it, thanks.
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|29 Oct 2009||#3|
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I don't have a problem completing the software install... However that only installs the wireless utility, the device still has no driver... Or at least that's how it worked for me... Did you use this file? f5d7050v4010setup.exe Did it ever ask you to connect the device or restart? I never had anything useful happen. I had no problems running this with 7 32bit, just having a hard time now with 64bit, but you seem to be running 64bit as well, so that is a good sign... You're using the f5d7050 version 4000 as well? Thanks.
Ok, I tried again, using vista sp2 compatibility mode, and ran as admin, and it worked this time. Thanks for the help
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