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Computer with windows Vista and a wireless wi-fi built-in
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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You have to connect to your network without using wireless then u have to go to the linksys website and download the windows 7 driver. Install that driver then u can connect with wireless. Worked for me! Gl.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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try going to driversupdate.org and see if you can down load there program and try to run it ....it helps alot on the driver updates and things like that and it is easy to use
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Posted on Jul 22, 2008
Its disable on youre startup.click start on search type msconfig .Click on startup tab and make sure its checked on.Hit apply and restart.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
Geniatechs Website lists Drivers for Vista 32bit but not 64bit.
I don't know enough about 64bit Vista to know wheter or not it allows you to run 32 bit drivers in compatability mode or not but seeing as its refusing to install your drivers I'm guessing not. So heres a list of possible solutions for you.
Check for existance of 3rd party drivers (Perhaps someone out the who is skilled at coding has the same device and built and released viable drivers)
Dual boot with an Operating system that is compatable with your current driver (Win XP or Vista 32bit)
Pester Geniatechs support to release 64 bit drivers (Perhaps if enough people demand it they will take notice)
Research similiar devices that have 64bit drivers (From my experience there aren't many manufacturers that are releasing devices with drivers for 64bit Windows)
Might look into Drivers for Linux/Unix (they've been developing for 64bit for a long time, and if you have Vista Ultimate, it includes code to run UNIX/Linux code natively)
Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
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Just load OS CD in to your dvd driver and restart it
*Note to wi-fi users. I recommend you use a wired connection for everything until XP is completely setup. Disable the wi-fi connection on first boot or as soon as you get the drivers installed. To disable the connection Open your Network Connection Properties, go to Start > Run > type control ncpa.cpl exactly as you see here > right-click on the wi-fi connection and choose disable.
Start your computer and insert the XP disk. If your computer supports booting from a CD you may need to change the bios startup options. The key you press to access the bios may differ depending on the make of your computer. Most use the DELETE key, if not then it will be one of the FUNCTION keys (F1, F2, etc.) Save changes and exit. If your computer does not support booting from CD then insert the first Windows XP floppy disk.
As the system boots you will see a message at the bottom of the screen:
"Press F6 if you need to install a 3rd party SCSI or RAID driver." If you do, follow the instructions.
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