Sign in to vote. You’ll even be able to stream media from your computer to your television by adding a wireless media center to your home theatre. Linksys drivers are not stable in teh 64bit envoirment. Not an IT pro? Download and install ONLY the driver found at the linksys support site http: I have a Linksys WMP as well, and i’m experiencing the very same thing on bit windows 7.
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Linksys WMP110 v1
I have a Linksys WMP as well, and i’m experiencing the very same thing on bit windows wkp110. Windows 7 IT Pro. Linksys drivers are not stable in teh 64bit envoirment.
After these steps, the adepter works fine without any issues.
As you say, complete freeze, no errors, no BSOD. No Longer Available Update Location close. This is a great way to add wireless wmp1110 capabilities to your computer. The crash is a complete freeze – no BSOD or error message or anything.
Download and install ONLY the driver found at the linksys support site http: Eventually I found a solution:. WindowsXP, Vista Memory: Secure The card supports up to bit wireless encryption. This must be part of the reason why. Remove From My Forums. Edited by Ndt Sunday, June 6, Eventually my computer freezes, no errors, no BSOD. Update Wmp1110 Zip Code. For some, it may not be worth the hassle.
Linksys WMP RangePlus Adapter causing crash?
Reviews 0 Write a review. I had some similar problems with this card on Vista, but as soon as I installed the updated drivers from Linksys it was fixed. Wednesday, May 19, You’ll even be able to stream media from your computer to your television by adding a wireless media center to your home theatre.
RangePlus Technology When used with other RangePlus devices this card can double the distance that a wireless signal reaches. Whenever the card is installed, it causes a crash seconds after Windows boot apparently as soon as it tries to connect to a wireless network. Old thread, but I googled this problem and also found suggestions to use the Atheros AR drivers.
Not Specified by Manufacturer. This is “ok”, but the computer still gets a BSOD and reboots.
Do not skip this step or else the device will not start and work. See any errors on this page? Saturday, January 8, 3: Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility.
I’ve uninstalled and re-installed all wmp11 updated drivers from Linksys several times, and also uninstalled and reinstalled the card several times and tried to get the Windows 7 drivers to work – all have failed.