Download the latest version of 802.11g USB 2.0 adapter drivers according to your computer's operating system. All downloads available on this website have been scanned by the latest anti-virus software and are guaranteed to be virus and malware-free.
|Supported OS: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP|
File Version: Version 3.5.3
File Size: 1.4 MB
|Supported OS: Win 2003 Server, Win XP Home, Win XP Pro, Win 2000 Workstation, Win 2000 Server|
File Version: Version 3.03.20.0
File Size: 580.2 KB
7,818 DownloadsSubmitted Nov 17, 2007 by Besmir Zanaj (DG Member)
|Supported OS: Win XP Home, Win XP Pro|
File Size: 484.2 KB
4,265 DownloadsSubmitted Jan 15, 2008 by SebRad (DG Member):
"Driver for Inverntel UR054g USB wireless adapter, as supplied with Wanadoo (now Orange) broadband. - After searching, unsucessfully, for driver for this to re-install a PC I managed to pull the files from the broken original Windows XP build, so XP drivers only I'm afraid. (might also work for 2K) - Un-rar ..."
|Supported OS: Win XP Home, Win XP Pro, Win 2000 Workstation, Win 2000 Server, Win NT 4.0, Win ME, Win 98SE|
File Version: Version 3.00.12.0
File Size: 3.3 MB
1,660 DownloadsSubmitted Mar 2, 2008 by Stuart McMillan (DG Member):
"In this archive is the drivers for the inventel wireless cards, both usb and pcmcia, the installer automatically checks your operating system version and installs/unpacks the correct drivers, these are the last original drivers as supplied to wanadoo/orange and as such are guaranteed to work. - Orange ..."
|Supported OS: Win 2003 Server, Win XP Home, Win XP Pro|
File Version: Version 18.104.22.168
Release Date: 2005-02-01
File Size: 673.9 KB
681 DownloadsSubmitted Jul 20, 2009 by GeneralRavel (DG Member):
"This driver is Microsoft signed for WinXP, used with the Inventel UR054g Wireless USB adapter (and it should work with any other adapter based on the Conexant Prism chipset). Unpack the zipped folder to a location on your machine (desktop works fine) then plug in the adapter. - When Windows asks for ..."