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Help needed with WUSB300N ?

I installed the driver step by step process but I am keep getting the message system doesnot find specific file for driver and I can't even access adcance tab on profile creating page ?

My OS is XP pro sp2.

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  • pordell Jul 08, 2008

    Help pls, I have the same problem and didn't know this nice product didn't work with my configuration!!!! WinXP Pro SP2.... in the box they do say that it works with WinXP SP2 or above, but it really doesn't.
    Anyone able to help? Will greatly appreciate....
    Thanks in advance for your assistance


  • a67994 May 11, 2010

    Have Tried Doing the Quick Install From
    www.linksys.com not the CD?

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I think your problem is CD. Change it or make download the last driver and try install. I think this solved your problem.

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