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Belkin F5d7000 Driver Problems


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#1 Daniel G

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Posted 30 December 2006 - 05:28 PM

I have tried installing numerous drivers from Belkin for the F5D7000, none of which work. :thumbsup:

Most of the driver packages install successfully, but Windows prompts for driver installation on reboots.

The last driver that I tried installing, from here (http://web.belkin.com/support/download/download.asp?download=F5D7000_V6&lang=1&mode=), installed successfully, switched off the computer and put the card in, but the Windows driver installation prompt came up again when I booted. I selected to install the Belkin driver which was now listed. I was told that the driver hadn't passed a Windows XP compatibility test, but I continued, and it now says that "This device cannot start (code 10)".

Any help would be appreciated :D

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Posted 31 December 2006 - 05:05 AM

Have you tried installing the card then the drivers? Try placing the card in the last available PCI slot. In the old days (When Win3.1 and ISA slots were around) communication cards commonly caused problem unless they were in the last slot.
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