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X9 WLB5254PCI 802.11g 54Mbps Wireless LAN PCI Adapter


I just installed a pci wifi card into my desktop and i tried numerous times and spend a lot of hours trying to make it work on win7 build 7600 without any success so far . Maybe someone has some brilliant ideas ?

X9 WLB5254PCI 802.11g 54Mbps Wireless LAN PCI Adapter

I could provide link from the vendor site but i'm not sure if i'm allowed , with their driver it doesn't seem to be working on win7 (tried to manually install the xp-64 driver but i get the digital signature error and it doesn't work) , it seems that it uses a marvell chip , tried to use their drivers/ini with the same results.


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