Hi Cassie – yes, I did. Is there a generic driver for Win 7 that exists that would work? This post has been reported. Page 1 of 2. I have a Belkin wireless card model number F5D version The Best Tech Newsletter Anywhere Join , subscribers and get a daily digest of news, geek trivia, and our feature articles.
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Similar help and support threads. It is old Wireless G technology. A friend of mine who does not live near me asked me if I had xo wireless card I could give him and I was going to mail it to him but I know he uses Windows 7 and I don’t want to mail it if it will not work for him on Windows 7.
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Part number F5D Version Just wondering if anyone is running one of these under Windows 7, as I’m about to upgrade from XP and can’t find confirmation of its compatibility anywhere. Originally Posted by neo Still need the f5s7001 to the question. Please check back if your product is not currently supported.
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Maybe one does not exist? If you’re running one, can you please mention what version it is too.
Hi Cassie – belkkn, I did. Windows update didn’t find anything. Although they have been thoroughly tested, they may present a warning message when the driver is being installed.
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Has anyone tried it on Windows 7? Otherwise, look for the Vista drivers to use.
You can but try. It should be able to confirm if you can use your current card, or if it is time to upgrade to a different one.
For the price of postage your friend could have wireless n. I download the latest driver from Belkin and it says it will work for Windows up to XP but it does not say anything about Windows 7. Thanks for the input, everyone. If you are using an older Belkin Networking product, you may not have support for Windows 7 with your current software.
Most of the pages on the internet include affiliate links, including some on this site. The message there is a rather inconclusive “Information coming soon. Joinsubscribers and get a daily digest of news, geek trivia, and our feature articles. Software updates will be posted as they become available. Page 1 of 2. Cheaper, probably than the postage to send it to him, and it would have modern capabilities and speed.
Even though your product may currently not be supported under Windows 7, it may very well work on it; in the majority of cases, software and drivers for Windows Vista will work on Windows 7 without a problem. So it’s not officially supported, but it does work – or at least whatever version neo has works.