are you using? Thats the first issue. The second issue is that i had seen a few problems early on using WPA2. Atleast i thought this was an issue, as it seems to not d/c as much, but still had the underlying non-complete working driver as well.
If you have the f5d7050v4010setup.exe, Right click the exe and do 1 of two thing. 1.)Click Troubleshoot Compatibility. This will perk your ears, as it will recommend you install under XP SP2 mode. This will also install the belkin utility. No use of to you as you will find out that you cant save any settings using the utility itself. Take it out of startup, thru msconfig/startup.
2.) Run that setup.exe in Vista SP2 mode. Wont get the utility, and you should be able to have lan and internet ax. Although this driver isnt perfect, it will give you the best connection imo.
Tho if you are still on the 7100 RC, no matter what comp mode, that adapter will not report its status correctly. You will run into the orange asterix if you boot to desktop and you "connect auto" to your network. You will BE connected, it will just say you arent. You may even run into the Red X over the icon. 7127 may have not corrected the underlying driver/connection problem. But it did correct the network adapter to report correctly/accurately.
Word of advice, the Windows 7 Belkin driver is no good, you will get lan ax, but no inet for some WIERD reason i've yet to figure out.
** always uninstall the previous driver before you go installing a new one fyi **
On 7100, this has to be done manually by going into C:\windows\system32\drivers
. Deleting/uninstalling thru DM or any other means DOES NOT delete the driver, it only uninstalls the device. Keep a close eye on each drivers DATE. I believe the Vista SP2 driver date is 11/10/2007 or 10/11/2007.... the Windows 7 stock driver date is i think 5/7/2007 or something real close to that.