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Belkin F5D7000 and Windows 7
As yet Belkin do not offer a driver for Windows 7 and their Vista one doesn’t work. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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User Name Remember Me? Have you tried the D-Link Drivers? Taegost 5 I tried taking the card out and then starting the computer up, and the device with the yellow! See chipset info http: Sign up using Wirelrss.
Here is a picture of it: Moved by tracycai Microsoft contingent staff, Moderator Friday, February 22, 8: Hi Not finding sadly any other drivers that may work apart from the Vista Belkin supplied ones off their fd7000 support, could work. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use.
This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. Find More Posts by gregrocker. Discussion in ‘ Software ‘ started by ClevMay 3, In addition you can plug in by ethernet cable, Enable hardware auto-updating via Windows Update F5f7000 3 then Check for Updates and see if Win7 has a driver it wants for the device.
windows xp – where do i find the drivers for a F5D Belkin wireless adapter? – Super User
Here is a picture of it:. Thanks for reporting back.
I also tried using the Version 7 and 8 drivers available here: Maybe one does not exist? Thursday, February 21, If you can connect to the internet by ethernet cable I’d shut down and take out the card then re-boot.
Try the Windows 7 drivers from wirelesd Hopefully this is a relatively simple question.
Hi Guess we crossing posts, dont see anything listing for that in relation to wifi card as thats the ACPI driver. I have taken a screenshot but without network connectivity I can’t email it or post it anywhere and I don’t have a USB stick.
Thursday, February 21, 2: Originally Posted by gregrocker. It’s also very important to install all Important and Optional Updates since Win7 has no SP2 and there are vital patches that make the OS, other software and hardware work correctly.