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Here is the XP64 driver for the Linksys Wireless-G 2.4GHz 802.11g USB Network Adapter Model No. WUSB54G ver. 4.0

>>> Download 64 bit WUSB54G v4 driver for XPx64/Windows7/Vista<<<

It was originally compiled for 64 bit Windows OS platforms (XP x64, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows Vista 64 bit) by Bilal Jaffery in Canada from the 64 bit driver furnished by the chipset manufacturer RAlink for their RT2500 chipset. He originally tested it on Windows 7 64 bit and we've tested it on the XP x64 platform.

Follow this procedure to install your Linksys WUSB54G v4.0 adapter and acquire connectivity:

1. Do not use the Linksys adapter software on the disk until specified in these instructions.
2. Uninstall any adapter driver you may have tried to install previously. Then unplug the adapter.
3. Uninstall the Linksys Network Monitor software that you may have installed earlier.
4. now have a clean environment to start...make sure the USB adapter is unplugged.
5. Re-boot the computer.
6. Plug in the WUSB54G adapter.
7. Windows will prompt for the driver...browse for and point to the driver folder...install the driver.
8. Load the Linksys adapter CD and follow the menu prompts specifying the network mode (G-mode), SSID, channel, security setting, passphrase and security key code which were used while setting-up the Linksys broadband router (WRT54G).
9. Finish at the end of the menu and watch and wait as the software installs all the settings for the connection. When the software is finished an icon for the Linksys Network Monitor will pop-up in the lower-righthand task tray. Right-click it to open and look for the won't see any connections.
10. Move to the XP connectivity icon immediately adjacent to the Linksys icon and right-click the XP connectivity icon and select "Make XP the Network Manager". Nothing happens that you can see immediately.
11. Call up the Control Panel and select "Add or Remove Programs" and unistall the Linksys Network Manager.
12. Do not re-boot after the uninstall.
13. Right-click the XP Network icon in the task tray and select "View Available Wireless Networks"...your Linksys network should be visible along with any neighboring networks from the surrounding wireless area.
14. Select your Linksys network...notice the "Connect" button at the bottom of the pop-up window become visible
15. Click the "Connect" button
16. Enter the network security key and then confirm it by entering the security key again...then click "OK"
17. *****You should then see that you are connected...QED*****


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