How do you manually install the G for Vista. I tried to install this but it looks like it didnt work, do I need to plug in the adapter before the install? I unable to get an solution to work on Vista 64 home edition. However, installing Sharpfin and using telnet both require that the radio has network connectivity which, with a faulty Wi-Fi dongle, it doesn’t have. If it all goes well it might benefit lots of other members struggling such as me.
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Has any member managed to fit a BlueNEXT wireless adapter to the Æ RECIVA radio?
However it shouldn’t make much difference, so you can try both ways to a system restore checkpoint first and revert back before trying the other way. Some USB to ethernet adaptors will work in Buenext radios. Select type of offense: Hey glad it worked out and thanks for posting to let bluemext know It really did my head in trying to get it to work – I have 2 wireless adaptors here and it was the last one I was expecting blienext work as it was the cheapest I even cracked open my Linksys USB adpater cos I wanted to see what chipset was in it lol.
Vista claims a file is not found but this could also be becuase it does not allow non-signed drivers Is this your only Reciva radio? Wireless USB Adapter 11g.
However, installing Sharpfin and using telnet both require that the radio has network connectivity which, with a faulty Wi-Fi dongle, it doesn’t have.
Another issue which may not may not be related is that my Eternet card installs but does not detect a cable the cat 6 cable works with my other PC. Feb Bromley Posts: More on Sharpfi n in the Wiki: Since you’ve already submitted a review for this product, this submission will be added as an update to your original review.
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I think your best chance of success would be to install Sharpfin on the radio. Get your system working ok first, then look at sorting secondary drivers.
Just so I can move my PC 6ft across my front room! Thanks alot, just registered to say thanks as you asked, this was really bugging me and as I searched some forums the jargon was quite immense even to my standards!
Hope that helps someone! That’s my only plan of action, if I come unstuck could anyone help with installing Linux drivers?
Have you tried the downloads from this page? I’ll try to install the drivers after plugging in the adapter. No probs – glad it was of help Welcome to the site btw. Luckily for you I have done the hunting around for you!
I’m running Vista Business x I think someone else had a problem with the long name: Search Mark all posts as read Latest Posts View all of the latest posts.
BlueNext BN WD54G + Belkin F5D7050 wireless usb adapter drivers for Vista 64 Bit
Azz, Thanks for the reply.
Hi Guys, I’ve just recently come wieeless this forum and tried as I might I’m struggling to find an answer as to how I can get the BlueNEXT mentioned in earlier posts wifi dongle to work in my radio.
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