There is no reason what so ever why they shouldn’t work, unless the way Windows 7 handles drivers was changed to accommodate planned obsolescence. Mirrored in case other file shares fail. Message 14 of 36 28, Views. Message 24 of 36 13, Views. Make sure the downloaded drivers are unzipped already, and then proceed right click the unidentified network card in the device manger, click Update Driver Sfotware. Go to control panel, then find the device manager. Can you repost the link or tell me how to find the same info, I have been going in circles.
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I successfully installed this driver onto HyperV Server R2.
Message 26 of 36 13, Views. In there expand the Network adaptors thingy, I have no idea what the card is named before it’s unidentified but you should be able to figure out which one it is easily. Message 12 of 36 29, Views. Yes, the old website died, but I uploaded the drivers to a new site: Maybe it’s because I don’t want Windows to tell me: Now why doesn’t someone from Cisco download the driver and place it on their own page Obviously the online option would fail so browse on your computer.
Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. I know the drivers work for Vista 64bit, as I’m using them right now. XP 64bit should be similar if that’s what you’re using. Message 28 of 36 13, Views.
Message 20 of 36 19, Lne100gx. Crimson, thanks again for your help. It’s ridiculous that they STILL haven’t made updated drivers for this card, which is apparently still being sold in retail outlets. Also the only solution offered to me by Windows or Cisco tech support is to go online or upgrade.
I should not have 6 spend more money on a PCI when I have this one, especially since it seems Linksys or Cisco could not spend any of the last six years that vista has been around to write a few lines of code. I have tried running any version of bot driver offered in the backwards compatibility mode. Go to control panel, then find lne10tx device manager. Sorry to hear but I could not find a vista 64 bit driver when I checked Cisco’s homesupport site.
Make sure the downloaded drivers are unzipped already, and then proceed right click the unidentified network card in the device manger, click Update Driver Sfotware. Mirrored in case other file shares fail. However, I don’t have Windows 7 to test with. Message 13 of 36 29, Views.
Does this work with Windows 7 also? I would rather make do with what I have then spend for more components that may still have the same problem.
Message 11 of 36 29, Views. Wow, you are really awesome. Message 25 of 36 13, Views. Crimson, Thanks gista posting the link again. And people ask me why I’m always running a older version of Windows, bah hahaha.
Linksys LNE100TX EtherFast 10/100 LAN Ethernet Adapter
I have found all the links in this forum to be dead or taken down due to copyright infringement. Message 17 of 36 26, Views. Vksta helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. There is no reason what so ever why they shouldn’t work, unless the way Windows 7 handles drivers was changed to accommodate planned obsolescence.