I can confirm that using v2. Monday, January 24, 6: The same buggy driver is installed by Windows itself. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. I was forced to switch on new wireless card because of this problem. However, Win 7 does not want to recognize this driver, saying it is not meant for this platform by which I understand that my win 7 64 bits interprets this driver as a 32 bits only driver.
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I then installed an older driver, version 2. Glad you posted that updated URL so soon. Sunday, April 10, 6: Are there any people out there that might have an answer for me here? So, I’m asking, if here is anyone who could help the others yeah, I’m not the only one who has this problem with this issue.
Mci it in the list of devices and uninstall it.
Acer Veriton L678G Ralink Wireless LAN Driver (PCI/mPCI/CB RT2500) for XP x32
Sunday, June 7, 6: Sunday, December 13, 6: I also did this, but the link is broken. Ivanzinho, where did you get the drivers from last time, and where did you get them from this time.
I appreciate the input.
Proposed as answer by kaributas Friday, August 6, 8: This is a lingering problem and I haven’t found any other way around it. I’d like to mention that the Ralink website no longer exists since their merger with MediaTek. As stated before, do a Google to find your chipset no identifiers on the card.
Ralink RT61 or (RTx/RTx) causes freezing Windows 7 x64
If you don’t have the network card installed yet, install it then look for it. Not an IT pro? From ,pci link given above, find your chipset under part number column and then click to download. This is what needs to be done: Hi there I tried this exactly and my system freezes every time, I have to manually reboot in safe mode to remove the install.
Friday, August 6, 8: I recommend anyone that has the ver. This is where you get the install file Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility.
Having the same problem Wednesday, October 28, Friday, January 23, 5: Tuesday, January 8, 6: Skinny Pirate you rock my world.
Ivan Dario Ospina C. The same buggy driver is installed by Windows itself. Problems can arise when your hardware device is too old or not supported any longer. If you have another version of the card, you may have to search to find out what version of Ralink’s chipset it is using or do a little try and die until you get it.
Tuesday, November 7, Tuesday, May 24, 9: Once installed, the driver path has changed too, it is now under C: