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Hi, So I installed windows 7 last night. Everything went fine, it looks and feels great. I am really pleased with it. The only problem is that it is not picking up my wireless card. So I am finally turning to Toms Hardware. So please, I am running a Windows Ultimate 64 bit. Any help would be great! Product is no longer supported. The only thing you can try is installing the Vista drivers for the card. Guess it's a d-link special.
I remember reading it was a Texas Instrument? If that helps, I remember catching a glance at that earlier. Oh and that website with the one that claims it works for Windows 7, I have been waiting for about and hour now to get the file in my email. I tried an alt email just in case and I am still waiting. Can't find your answer? I'd forget that site then, I've never used it.
Have you tried Driverguide. I've used them in the past, perhaps on of the drivers there will work for you. There is a bunch of signing up to do, but all the driver download sites do that. I just know that Driverguide is more legit. I went to T. Its all good anyways. I got a different wireless card that got picked up right away. I had the exact same problem, but If you have already done so and had problems you will need to uninstall the D-Link software and pull the card from the slot and when you reinstall the card put it into a different PCI slot this time.
I actually did a clean reinstall of windows to get all the D-Link stuff off my machine first and then started fresh and used a different PCI slot. Obtain the Vista x64 driver from the D-Link website http: Copy all the files from the old install CD into a folder on your desktop 3. Find the folder that includes the driver files and replace the files with the new driver files for Vista 64 should be 3 files 4.
Eject the setup disk, Run the autorun program included on the CD from the new folder and install the drivers. This will also install D-Link utilities on your computer which will not work due to compatibility issues-doesn't matter though because you do not need the D-Link software anyway, just leave it on your machine though.
After Windows starts, navigate to the device manager, right click on the wireless card adapter and choose "uninstall" 7. After connecting to the internet for the first time, there should be an optional atheros chip update for your wireless card in windows update, install it. Now for the catch, my whole problem was that after installing the card unsuccessfully previously, windows would hand on startup, so I am waiting for a definitive user experience on this note before restarting the lazy way!
Also, I don't know if the new downloaded driver is necessary or not, it could be that the updated driver is included in Windows and that after installing the d-link software from the CD with old drivers you can follow the rest of the instructions to insert the card and then the uninstall, reinstall in device manager is the real trick.
Windows 7 lists this device as compatible, certainly it is because it works for me, but the startup is the challenge. I also got it working on windows 7 64 bit, but also had the freezing every startup problem, unless disabling it in device manager. I found that impossible to live with So I found a dirt cheap TP-link tl-wng that I am using instead but with vista64 drivers, that work better than the ones installed by windows.
You can download them from www. I installed the driver yesterday on my Windows 7 Pro x64, and it works like a charm!!! Anonymous May 13, , Can you be more specific? Please post link to the Windows 7 64bit driver that you have used. Sure , here is the link I used, it's on the Dutch site. That's where I searched at first, because I'm Dutch. Just click "Downloads", then choose the right hardwareversion for you in my case option 7. Indeed, I couldn't find the driver on the UK site, little strange, don't you think?
Anonymous May 13, , 3: I've tried to download this file, but it won't download. I don't suppose you fancy uploading your file to http: OK, here it is: Anonymous May 14, , 2: Got the file ok, thanks. FTP sites above are still not responding. Already had PCI card installed, then installed this utility. It needed a reboot, but works fine now. Here is section of the release notes Support Win7 Known Issues: They work fine overhere Glad I could help you out!
Hi Mayen, Would you mind too much uploading that Win 7 file again? I just got the card today and cannot locate the Win7 64 bit driver anywhere. Your help will be greatly appreciated. For some reason I am not getting your last file to work, I have been messing with it for a day or two total now and I am getting frustrated. I have Win 7 32bit, I went through the setup and it says that it installed, I rebooted but I am still getting in device manager there is not a driver installed!
Any help on that? If you can't get the card to show up in device manager at all, we're talking not even the basic "Ethernet Controller" listing, try using another PCI slot.
If you can't get the driver to install off the CD try the latest off the website, or the ones listed here. If all else fails try this driver: It will show up as "Atheros Wireless Network Adapter" but should work just fine.
For those who managed to get as far as pantherjad, i. You'll need to dump it in a convenient location such as "C: Make sure you have the folder with devcon. In the command prompt type: The right side of the: Now in the same folder create a new text document called disable.
In the text document put: Open Startup and click Add, browse to the "enable. Do the same with Shutdown and "disable. Close it and try to restart. You should be able to boot without locking up, if you do lock up restart, boot into safe mode mash F8 when booting up without networking enabled , disable the wireless card, restart, boot into windows normally, and then re enable the card.
Now check to make sure you don't have the bat files mixed up, such as disable on startup and enable on shutdown check inside the.
If it's still locking up then post in here. If all else fails install linux or get a new wireless card. Jk, but seriously on some motherboards this card is very finnicky in windows 7, so good luck. That's my first post. I've just install windows 7 64bits last OS was Vista 32bits and my wifi card doesn't work at all. DLink official page says: I've done all things you said in this post, but nothing works What can I do?
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Hi, So I installed windows 7 last night. Everything went fine, it looks and feels great. I am really pleased with it. The only problem is that it is not picking up my wireless card. So I am finally turning to Toms Hardware. So please, I am running a Windows Ultimate 64 bit. Any help would be great! Product is no longer supported. The only thing you can try is installing the Vista drivers for the card.
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