Linksys WUSB54GC Wireless-G USB Compact USB Network Adapter Version 3.0 Setup Driver 3.00.01 for Win 7 x64

Date: March 11, 2009
File Size: 466 KB
OS Support: Windows 7 64-bit
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The WUSB54GC is a compact wireless-G USB adapter that connects your computer to a wireless network. This adapter also lets you connect to any public wireless hotspots in places such as coffee shops, airports, hotels, and convention centers. This article will show you the features of a Wireless-G USB Compact USB Network Adapter (WUSB54GC).

Product Features

  • Link LED flashes (Green) when there is wireless network activity
  • Plug-and-play operation provides easy setup on any desktop or notebook computer with USB support
  • Supports USB 2.0 with up to 54 Mbps high-speed data transfer rate with automatic fallback
  • Connect using the included USB extension cable to put the USB adapter anywhere you'd like (up to five feet away)
  • Compatible with 802.11g and 802.11b (2.4GHz) standards
  • Compatible with Wireless-B networks (at 11 Mbps)
  • Wi-Fi Protected Setupô (WPS) button feature makes wireless configuration secure and simple
  • Supports Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) and Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA/WPA2) encryption
  • Power is supplied through USB connection, no power cord necessary

What's New:

  • Updated the Setup Wizard and Wireless Network Monitor version to 1.1
  • Resolved compatible Issue with some USB 1.1 chipset.
  • Passed XP WHQL.

Package Contents

  • Compact Wireless-G USB Adapter
  • USB Extension Cable
  • Setup Wizard CD
  • User Guide on CD
  • Quick Installation Guide

Minimum System Requirements

  • At least 400 MHz or faster processor
  • 128 MB of RAM
  • CD-ROM drive
  • Available USB port
  • Compatible with Microsoft 7 64-bit

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