Friday, May 29, Friday, May 22, 8: It seems with a signed driver, it is compatible and maybe not a driver issue because it shows it as a Marvell Libertas If you are plannning to use more than 2 gig of ram I’m assuming you are with a bit os I would recommend a different network card. Monday, September 21, I have the same card and I do have a similar problem:
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Friday, May 29, Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility. Sunday, October 10, 5: Friday, May 22, 8: So I downloaded a handy program to sign them myself, and figured that would remedy the situation.
Thursday, May 28, If you are plannning to use more than 2 gig of ram I’m assuming you are with a bit os I would recommend a different network card. Worked for me installing on a Windows 7 beta build.
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It seems with a signed driver, it is compatible and maybe not a driver issue because it shows it as a Marvell Libertas Try downloading the driver from here: Remove From My Forums. I was about to waste money buying a new WiFi card.
I have the same card and I do have a similar problem: As you can see, we are not alone with this problem: It was much easier to pull the 2 Mb RAM cards that I had thrown into the machine just because I had them laying around and slots available in the machine.
I just installed Windows 7 RC 64 bits edition, Windows Update installed “compatible drivers” for my card, but oh surprise Saturday, May 23, The system then complained that the drivers were not digitally signed, and that they needed to be digitally signed to work.
You are probably experiencing the same problem with Windows 7. Funny thing is that the card worked fine with the Windows 7 beta, but once i went to the RC it stoped.
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I have been trying to hook up my wireless card on a desktop so that I can access my wireless network, but unfortunately I am not sure whether the drivers are not compatible or if there is some other issue I am running into.
I cannot use my wireless card either install the drivers that came with the installation CD. Well now when I zoent the zw1602, the computer recognizes my device, with the proper name and everything, but there is an error code 10; “This device cannot start.
Code 10 ” and what I can do to perhaps make it start.
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Thank you for posting, your solution. After searching the internet for new drivers without luck I found that this card will not work with Vista if your system has more than 2 gigabytes of ram my system had 3 gig. Not an IT pro? By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use.
Monday, September 21, Windows 7 IT Pro. To start, I installed the standard Vista 64 compatible drivers, as I figured those would work with my Windows 7 64 system.