Edited by Lonjames1 Sunday, August 26, 8: Wednesday, May 20, 4: Friday, July 6, F5 D version 2? See Belkin F5 Def. Proposed as answer by nikson. I hope this will help!
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No native support in 8. I have looked on my card and it sais version vuk on a little sticker. However, this is what I did: Also the update catalog says these are now suitable for windows 8.
I ran into this with my mom’s new PC. I’m running Windows 7 F5d7000 and the fixes aforementioned do not work for me. Yes Works amazingly under 9.
Hope it works for you. Sunday, June 27, 4: I too had trouble and installed every driver under the sun to no avail.
Belkin F5D7000 v5
That card does indeed work with both Vista and Windows 7 the card I’m using actually. I took out belkin wireless card. I hope this helps.
Works out of the box with WEP on Breezy. Needs xtheros and the broadcom windows driver belkin one doesn’t seem to work. I should have posted this before, I’m sorry I didn’t. Sunday, August 26, 8: It’s strange because I got the same problem when I installed Vista, but then the Atheros driver worked alright.
Oh but it does!
windows 7 and the F5D wireless card question
F5 D version Windows will then launch “Startup Repair”. I got the f5d Belkin Wireless G desktop card working in Windows 7 beta 32bit version. I have the Belkin software uploaded fine, so yes the card works. Get an ethernet cable and connect directly through router to update windows. Sunday, October 31, Friday, January 23, 8: What version of the drivers will it be I already tried the Vista ones from the site; no such luck unfortunately.
Belkin F5D7000 v8
Tuesday, January 4, 1: In desperation I copied the RT By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. I think I’ll just give up and buy another wireless card at this point. You will need this to “Extract” the files from the executable file you downloaded from Belkin. Install it then go into device manager and tell it to use the driver from under C: Strange Windows 7 couldn’t figure this out by itself, though.
Yes, my password is: ClevMay 4,