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What version of the drivers will it be Drivers for Belkin Wireless adapter Hi everyone. I had a sabrent wireless desktop card that was a major problem after upgrading to Windows 7. Windows update didn’t find anything. Saturday, May 21, 5: That’s the only yellow!

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Belkin F5D Drivers not working – Windows 7 Help Forums

Wednesday, March 26, 4: Good luck to you Belkin: Please enter your desired user name, your email address and other required details in the form below. Once you download the “extracting” software. I had trouble with my F5D, but a perfect driver comes with Windows 7 although it is tricky to find Update the driver manually, then Pick driver from a list, then: See if the Links below help That’s the only yellow!

Belkin does supply a driver for Vista, though it didn’t work for me in Vista or Windows 7 and they said the exact same thing about engineers working on the problem when the Vista driver first came out. Thursday, November 8, SOmetime it would should the connection is all good, at at times it would say DNS server Most ethernet drivers should autoload but if not use the one for your ethernet device.


Maybe you have a different version card if driver won’t load!

Belkin F5D7000 v3 / v3000 on 64bit – Solved!

It’s strange because I got the same problem when I installed Vista, but then the Atheros driver worked alright. I have the same problem as davetherake.

Wednesday, February 4, 3: Networking Interface Bus Type. My new PC is Windows 7 64bit.

Proposed as answer by admdev Tuesday, May 19, I tried most of the drivers in the MS manufacturer list, none of them worked. Belkin Winows G Desktop Card.

Someone else said depends on version you have whether that will work for you! Could you tell more witch drivers have you used. Windows 7 Forums is an wineows web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation.

I also tried using the Version 7 and 8 drivers available here: If you have a V3 see here the same driver will probably work for v6 Yes mine was V4 broadcom worked greatGood reseach. Marked as answer by Mdizle Thursday, January 29, I have ended up buying a cable and plugging directly into router. Just finished installing Windows 7 RC1 and experienced this issue.


I then switched from the f5d which, under the ‘hood’ uses a Broadcom chipto another Belkin card which utilizes one of the Atheros chips, reinstalled the now malfunctioning 64bit install of windows 7, and this card worked immediately.

The time now is Originally Posted by gregrocker Winrows addition you can plug in by ethernet cable, Enable hardware auto-updating via Windows Update Step 3 then Check for Updates and see if Win7 has a driver it wants for the device.

Visit our B3 Support Page for helpful step-by-step videos. DavidGPMay 3, Could work as it should be the same Atheros chip. I think the reason is that we see problems here reported about WIndows Update which are in reality only one in a million or less, but since they come here to report them it gives the appearance there are manifold problems with updates. Wwindows do they care?

I have the v edition of the card.