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  1. Posts : 27
    Windows 7 x64 bit
       #41

    @Cixoos

    I note you've got another USB adapter and its working - which one was it?
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  2. Posts : 41
    win7, vista
       #42

    The Edimax Ew-7711utn 11n 150Mbps works just fine with ralink drivers (hibernate)
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  3. Posts : 4
    win 7
       #43

    Hi, I am also having the same problem with my Linksys 600N. I have win 7 ultimate 64bit. Using the Ralik 3.09 driver for it but it still hasn't fixed the problem. Here is what happens. The computer boots fine and the adapter is enabled and I can browse the web. After about 30 mins I get the limited connectivty icon on the task bar and no Internet. In the Network Manager the device is Disabled and cannot be enabled. I cannot disconnect the adpter. It doen't show up in the safely remove hardware section. All folders on my external hard drive say empty when I open them. EWindows slows down. I can't restart or turn off the computer, it freezes on the logging off screen. I have installed windows twice, the second time, I only installed Internet security ( Kasp, this time) and browsed internet with IExplorer 8. Still dropped and froze. I have tried Kaspersky 2010 30 day trial and Newest AVG, fully activated. Have tried all linksys and ralik drivers.
    Still no luck
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  4. Posts : 4
    win 7
       #44

    Also I forgot to mention that I left my computer on all night while Kasp did a deep virus scan and internet never dropped. Only sems to drop when I am using it, (browsing or downloading). Happened once so it might be a fluke.

    Thanks again for your time
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  5. Posts : 1
    windows 7 64
       #45

    Hey everybody, I too was having a problem connecting to the N band. I could connect to G, but when I switched my router to solely use N band, I couldn't connect. I tried using the various drivers mentioned earlier, no dice. Right now I'm on the V2 driver for windows 7, even though mine is a V1. It would actually acknowledge there was a network, but I ran into all of the aforementioned errors when trying to connect. I have a linksys WRT160N V2 wireless router. I finally looked at the firmware on it and realized I've not upgraded it, ever. However, the firmware upgrade out for it is only current as of 7/2009, but better than what I had. I started the firmware upgrade process, walked away, came back and noticed the wireless icon indicated it was connected! I don't really understand what that firmware upgrade did that affected the connectivity, but it worked. I'm doubting this will work for everybody (or anybody?) else, but hey, that's how I got mine up and running at max speed.
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  6. Posts : 27
    Windows 7 x64 bit
       #46

    Finally, finally got myself sorted out. I've discounted using a USB adapter because I couldn't find one from any manufacturer that worked out of the box. My PC manufacturer has been working really hard to get something that works and I've gone for their recommendation of an Asus PCI-G31. They sent it yesterday in the post, it arrived 1/2 hour ago and is now working pertectamundo. They explained that the drivers would download automatically from the net (had to use my ethernet cable to download of course) and it was that quick I didn't even know it had done it.

    What a relief. Thank you Chillblast!!
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  7. Posts : 1
    Windows 7
       #47

    WUSB600N Driver


    Here is were you can get the Windows 7 Driver for the WUSB600N adapter - I do not know why the company only had it posted for a week, (maybe they want people to keep buying their new adapters (Ive bought 2 so far)) - Here is their working driver that was on their website for 1 week - works flawless with Windows 7 - I am getting 270 Mbps - Funny, the company actually told me to go back to Vista for it to work! hahaha

    Get the driver here: www.ultratech-ne.com/wusb600n.win7.rar

    Enjoy people!
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  8. Posts : 1
    Win7 x64
       #48

    Try switch to WPA2 Personal & AES


    @splinterBR

    I had the same problem.

    Try switch to WPA2 Personal & AES ( with the latest drivers from Linksys Win7 x64 )

    I am now stable at 243MBit/s - but still on a signal strength of 2-3 bars...
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  9. Posts : 5
    7 64 bit
       #49

    the link you posted does not work??


    This link doesn't work??????

    ronw61 said:
    Here is were you can get the Windows 7 Driver for the WUSB600N adapter - I do not know why the company only had it posted for a week, (maybe they want people to keep buying their new adapters (Ive bought 2 so far)) - Here is their working driver that was on their website for 1 week - works flawless with Windows 7 - I am getting 270 Mbps - Funny, the company actually told me to go back to Vista for it to work! hahaha

    Get the driver here: www.ultratech-ne.com/wusb600n.win7.rar

    Enjoy people!
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  10. Posts : 1
    Windows Vista Home Premium 64bit and Windows 7
       #50

    Wusb600n


    I have Vista Home Premium 64bit on my desktop and Windows 7 on my laptop, I just came across this post and just wanted to confirm the fix for both OS. After almost a week at trying all sorts of stuff to fix this problem, and waiting for days for cisco techs to call me back, they finally told me zone alarm and a few other 3rd party firewalls (sorry dont remember the other 3 they mentioned) had issues with network adapters. They recommended uninstall zone alarm, uninstall adapter, restart. Reinstall adapter, connect to the internet and then reinstall zone alarm while connected to the internet. They said that works most of the time, if it didn't, they recommended using a different firewall. Hope this helps!
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