You are logged in as. Just make sure you install the drivers under Vista compatibility mode. Windows 7 – Build Maybe try it in XP Comp Mode. The main thing is what version your device is, if possible can you list out what the sticker says on your device, i might be able to help you some more from there.

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I also have been having this problem. Ralink makes the chip for the F5D and while the older driver I’d been using for Vista 64 didn’t work for Windows 7, the new one did, although not identified as supporting Windows 7. I telephoned Belkin to ask them what to do and they basically said to wait for them to make new drivers.

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Your message f5x9050 been reported and will be reviewed by our staff. If you need help or I wasn’t clear about any of the instructions post on here or give me an email at [ email removed ] I signed up just to say “thank you. Ambress Vista64 and Windows 7RC 3 posts. Go adwpter the list and find Ralink I f5r9050 two that were named very similar, I went into the first one listedit should bring up a list of types of drivers it has for the company, pick the one that says USB g stick or something very similar to that.


This gave me the error message ” Windows couldn’t automatically bind the IP protocol stack to the network adapter “.

Belkin F5D9050 (722868587843) Wireless Adapter

I then told the Update Driver to search for drivers online. Newport, South Wales, UK. Adaptet time I boot my computer or wake it from sleep, it doesn’t recognise my Belkin wireless adapter. I’m running the 64bit version of Windows 7 Build as well.

ShawnChrome Windows 7, Ubuntu 1 posts Florida. Now I have it on Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit. Link provided at end of post Solution, First go to start, devices and printers, with the belkin F5D plugged in you should see a device that is unidentified you know which one it should be something for wireless, I can’t remember exactlyright click and go to properties, hardware tab, and properties of the device again not sure the exact order for it due to mine already installedthen go to update drive button.

After picking it your wireless should work mine has been working without a hitch, it detected a network very shortly after There you have it, wireless on with the belkin F5D on windows 7.

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Foxx Windows 7 – Build 1 posts. Can anyone suggest a ‘gray market’ bit driver for f Belkin F5U? Belkin Usb wireless driver Hi ive got windows beta Ive been trying to install my wireless drivers, when you run them form CD everything seems fine and says installed, but when it says connect your usb device it starts to instal the intantly stops and says driver not installed.


I know this is an old post, but since this is the first one to come up on a Google search, I thought I would update people on what I have encountered, I have done a clean install to Windows 7 Pro 64bit, and my adapter does not work.

Thanks in advance for any help y’all can offer!

The main thing is what version your device is, if possible can you list out what the sticker says on your device, i might be able to help you some more from there. Flaming or offending other users. Maybe try it in XP Comp Mode.

Belkin Wireless G Plus MIMO USB Adapter F5D9050 user manual

After reboot it doesn’t work anylonger. I’ve tried compatibility mode with XP and Vista drivers, I’ve tried installing and uninstalling so many times it’s not even funny but no matter what I’ve done the device always comes up as unrecognized and the drivers never load properly. I wasn’t sure if anyone could offer up any insight on something else I could try or if anyone else has been able to get this particular USB Wireless adapter working?

Any luck getting it to work with Windows 7?