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Windows 7: Gigaset USB Stick 54

19 Jul 2013   #11

Windows 7 Professional x64


I've the same device (same Hardware-IDs) and these drivers won't work by me.
Well, the drivers are installed, but the device cannot start... (Error code 10).

I tried both (install through device manager) and (with the setup.exe).

Can someone help me?

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20 Jul 2013   #12

Win 7 Pro 64-bit 7601

What is the device's actual name? You sure it's not just a dead device? Is it in a USB 2.0 port on the back?

Go in its panel from Device Manager, go in Driver tab, select Uninstall, in the popup check the box about deleting the driver. Then do it again until the device is no longer recognized or it's no more possible to do it (when you are using the generic windows driver). Reboot the machine.

Download (might have been a corrupted download) and Install again the latest driver I found.
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20 Jul 2013   #13

Windows 7 Professional x64

Okay, I'm ashamed. I plugged it in an USB slot in the backpanel and it works now.

Many thanks for the fast support :) but can you explain me, why it works on the backpanel?
Maybe to less power on the frontpanel? But I'm glad it works, you are my hero.
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20 Jul 2013   #14

Win 7 Pro 64-bit 7601

Don't be ashamed. You are correct.

With ports on the back are usually 90% sure that the device will receive the full power promised by USB specs (0.5 amperes at 5 volts).
Wifi/bluetooth dongles and hard drives need full power (hard drives might need more than one port as they are really hungry). A flash drive needs little.

With ports NOT on the back, it's far less certain how much power each port is getting. Varies depending from motherboard (and how they decided to implement the usb headers on the mobo). Could be stated in manual, or not. Sometimes some headers have this limitations, while others not. Try changing the header of the cable connected to your frontal USB to another if you have some free.

In case the device is too big and is closing other ports or if you want to get better reception (if your case is tucked away inside something and the wifi bars in the icon are less than half), you can purchase a smallish USB extension cable for it. As long as it does not go beyond a meter and a half (1.5 m) you will be fine (USB data signals lose strength with distance, so there is a maximum distance it can go without a repeater, that adds cost).
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20 Jul 2013   #15

Windows 7 Professional x64

Many thanks for this detailed explanation :)

The stick works perfect, I never thought that it would work with Win7. Then I luckily found this thread.

Best greetings

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20 Jul 2013   #16

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Can't believe someone else has this device xD

So glad you got it working. Mine has been working flawlessly. And always in the back.
My 3G USB modem doesn't work in the front either.

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04 Aug 2014   #17

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

I know it's been a long time, but just wanted to come back and post some results.

I gave away that PC along with the USB adapter to a friend. A year later and still running good.

Thanks man.
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05 Sep 2014   #18

Win 8 64

Hello together,
I've searched a lot and came to this promising thread. I have a Gigaset USB Adapter 54 (USB version with cable) S30853-S1016-R107. Unfortunately the Hardware IDs are different to that mentioned here. I am running WIN 8 64bit.

Hardware IDs

I tried a lot of different drivers to load manually, but selected "driver was not found...". As I read the thread here, I just tried the driver - same result.

Do you see any chance to get this good old thing running?

Thanks and best regards
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05 Sep 2014   #19

Win 8 64

I just tried this driver:

Result: driver was found (PRISM 802.11 Adapter USB) with the following error: the hash value of the catalog file is damaged or was changed unauthorized......

Does anybody know if this can be solved?
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19 Sep 2014   #20

gigaset usb stick 54

Ciao bobafetthotmail, sei ancora nel forum?
ho anche io una chiavetta wifi che non è compatibile con win7. saresti così gentile da aiutarmi a trovare un driver compatibile per poterla utilizzare?
dove trovo l'hardware ID. grazie
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