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Trouble with WMP54G 4. 1 drivers. Hi, I have a WMP54G v4. 1 and a WRT54GL router flashed with DD-WRT v23 SP2. I'm using win xp pro (32 bit). Since the beginning I'd been using the drivers which came on the cd with my network card but sometimes the connection would drop which was a bit annoying if I was downloading so I decided to get the latest drivers. I went to the Ralink website and downloaded the latest drivers for the RT61:.
Ralink RT2500 v184.108.40.206 for WMP 54G 4.0 Ralink RT61 v220.127.116.11 for WMP 54G What are the benefits of using this driver over the Linksys one? I am running Windows XP x64 edition and am pretty much stuck with no drivers.
RT61:1. 0 but I'm having real problems now. For a start I couldn't work out how to install the drivers properly for the RT61 as there are so many options available. I've done at least 6 different ones from the list but some wouldn't work at all or if they did everything would be really slow and the connection would keep dropping - totally unusable. So I've uninstalled all and have gone back to the drivers from the cd that came with the card but even that doesn't seem to have solved my problems.
I'm getting slightly better speeds (although no where near what I had been getting previously) and the connection drops less often. Is there anything I can do to solve this? Even if it is a reformat I'd do it I'm so frustrated right now. Also, what is the proper procedure for installing the Ralink drivers.
Is this a common problem if you keep reinstalling drivers for a piece of hardware.