Similar help and support threads. Advertisements or commercial links. Thank You for Submitting a Reply,! Go down the list and find Ralink I had two that were named very similar, I went into the first one listed , it should bring up a list of types of drivers it has for the company, pick the one that says USB g stick or something very similar to that. Since you’ve already submitted a review for this product, this submission will be added as an update to your original review.

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Link provided at end of post Solution, First go to belkin wireless g+ mimo usb adapter, wirleess and printers, with the belkin F5D plugged in you should see a device that wirelesw unidentified you know which one it should be something for wireless, I can’t remember exactlyright click and go to properties, hardware tab, and properties of the device again not sure the exact order for it due to mine already installedthen go to update drive button.

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Unless I actually selected on that I already picked. This is resolved quite simply by removing it and putting it back in. If you need help or I wasn’t clear about any of the gelkin post on here or give me an email at [ email removed ] I signed up just to say “thank beokin. I am belkin wireless g+ mimo usb adapter this is a driver issue, but I have just found the following page on Google and will be trying out the suggestions later today: The adapter would randomly be identified as “unknown” by windows.


These did not work.

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Vista64 and Windows 7RC. Windows 7 – Build Find More Posts by Foxx. Promote cracked software, or other illegal content. So i’ll respond pretty quickly if you have any more questions.

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This is the manufacturer of the chipset for the Belkin wireless g+ mimo usb adapter, so the driver I installed from them might be what I ended up selecting in the list.

I’ve tried compatibility mode with XP and Vista drivers, I’ve tried installing and uninstalling so many times it’s not even funny but no matter what I’ve done the device always comes up as unrecognized and the drivers never load properly. Thank You for Submitting a Reply,!

Windows 10 Pro x64 x3, Ubuntu. Might not be a solution for other versions of the device though http: Advertisements or commercial links.

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Belkin F5D Driver Issues. Drivers Belkin F5U – 64 bit driver Here is a potentially great product that mmio all claims are true would solve my home office issues, yet it is not officially supported in a bit environment as Belkin wireless g+ mimo usb adapter does not officially have a bit driver.


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Hi, I just finished installing Windows 7 and, after encountering the same issue with this Belkin adapter as I did with Vista 64 – which required a driver from Ralink – returned to their site and downloaded their most current driver. When running Win7, the adapter will work for a short ysb of time and eventually disconnects, and seems unable to detect my wireless router the name disappears from the connection belkin wireless g+ mimo usb adapter for whatever reason.

Every time I boot my computer or belmin it from sleep, it doesn’t recognise my Belkin wireless adapter.

Not fixed, but getting closer. The time now is I then told the Update Driver to search for drivers online. The Netgear WG – is cheap and works.

User Name Remember Me? Now I have it on Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit. Maybe try it in XP Comp Mode.