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Belkin G+ MIMO F5D9050 V3.00 Compatibility


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Hi all,

I have recently purchased Windows 7 Home Premium edition but before i installed it i ran the Winodws 7 Upgrade Advisor.

It came back to install the 64 bit edition however to check for an update for my Network adapter website.

I have checked both the Belkin website & railink website and neither have any updates available.

I am currently running Vista x64 and the driver was automatically detected when i installed this.

Can anyone help who may have the answer to this or know whether the adapter does work with Windows 7 Home Premium. The last thing i want to do is install it and lose my connection because the adapter is not recognised.

If not can anyone recoomend a Network adpater that is Windows 7 compatible?

Thanks in advance

My Current Spec

AMD 955 Black Edition
Asus GFX Mobo
Radeon HD4890 GFX Card
8GB Ram
Maxtor 1TB HDD
Vista x64

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Thanks all for the help. In the end i decided to Duel Boot my PC and keep Vista 64 up and running for now then install Windows 7 on another partition.

Everything seemed to work fine on Windows 7 when i installed it it on the partition except my Network adapter but after trying a couple tips off here got it to connect.

Have now wiped Vista 64 and re installed as a fresh install & everything looks good

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looking at the Belkin website the latest drivers for that hardware support Windows XP in 64bit.
down load the driver and put it on the desktop of the windows 7 64bit OS. right click it and select properties, then select compatability , then tick (run this program in compatability mode) expand the drop down list and select windows XP service pack 2 . if you have other options you can try these later ,but for now click apply and then right click the file and select (run as administrator .this worked for me with a slightly different Belkin wireless adapter .so I think its worth a go.

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