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No drivers were ever made since
None are required. I've set them up armed only with a web browser and documents from Linksys.com
I've attempted the simple plug-n-play options (including every variation of re-cabling & rebooting) & still have a really spiffy looking paperweight w/lights! What's the true secret handshake for home PC use?! Thanx!
1. Configure wired via browser.
2. Use either wired of wireless.
A router. . .
Tell us EXACTLY what happens when you plug the computer into the router. I'm assuming the router is connected to a modem.
BTW. . .
You MUST plug into the router first with an Ethernet cable to set up wireless. Are you trying to connect wired or wireless?
All you have to do is
setup the wireless router like the Forum Sticky suggests.
Latest drivers, if you really want then can be found here.
Found documents, firmware, setup help
But no Windows or Mac drivers.
You have to have software for this. I spent hours trying to get my wireless working . Type in WMP54Gv4 20050503.exe and find a site to download free software.Happy hunting
That's a firmware download.
That's another thing as a driver. Drivers aren't needed as explained above already.
No this was not helpful
To bring you up to date. CISCO no longer has the drivers for this model. Customer has to buy the download drivers from another site.
Again. Routers don't need drivers.
Let's continue in your new post.