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i checked around and i cant find away to get my belkin f7d1101 version 1 wireless usb adapter to work in 10.5.6. I personally dont care if it looks like airport i just want internet. Any help would be appreciated


update it appears the chipset is rtl8192su, i tried about 5 different ralink drivers but it still says no device all the same, any ideas?

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i checked around and i cant find away to get my belkin f7d1101 version 1 wireless usb adapter to work in 10.5.6. I personally dont care if it looks like airport i just want internet. Any help would be appreciated


update it appears the chipset is rtl8192su, i tried about 5 different ralink drivers but it still says no device all the same, any ideas?


I don't know for 10.5.6, I'm working with 10.6.2.

I've found that drivers and magickally... the Belkin F7D1101 works.

You will have to put the WEP key in 26 characters, is all I saw more difficult than the rest.

I wish they work for you as for me ;)

PS: I don't remember where I get them, it's just one of the hundred wireless drivers and utilities I have been trying.

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I don't know for 10.5.6, I'm working with 10.6.2.

I've found that drivers and magickally... the Belkin F7D1101 works.

You will have to put the WEP key in 26 characters, is all I saw more difficult than the rest.

I wish they work for you as for me :)

PS: I don't remember where I get them, it's just one of the hundred wireless drivers and utilities I have been trying.



Awesome! I just got the Belkin F7D1101 working on a G4 PowerBook running 10.5.9 using the drivers. (I know, time to get a new laptop...) lol

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Thanks for this thread. The Belkin F7D1101 Wireless USB adapter is working for me under Snow Leopard 64-bit (10.6.4).

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The N300 Belkin Surf & Share Wireless USB Adapter (F7D2101 v1) also works with the same driver.

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I don't know for 10.5.6, I'm working with 10.6.2.

I've found that drivers and magickally... the Belkin F7D1101 works.

You will have to put the WEP key in 26 characters, is all I saw more difficult than the rest.

I wish they work for you as for me :D

PS: I don't remember where I get them, it's just one of the hundred wireless drivers and utilities I have been trying.


This worked for me on 10.6.5. It said that RT61Cardbusdriver.kext didn't install correctly and I needed to reinstall. On the second attempt, it installed fine.

Thanks a bunch!

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It works great in iatkos s3 v2!!!!

thank u very much!!!!!

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Belkin F7D1101 v.1 now working perfectly on Leopard 10.5.8 on a MacPro Xeon 8-core

I bought this without WiFi because of my limited budget, but now it's super wireless - Thanks for the drivers.

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I have an F7D2101 and it was working for a good 2 months after I installed your driver. But now it keeps disconnecting/reconnecting to the point where ichat conversations are impossible. I've reinstalled the driver a bunch of times to no avail.

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I don't know for 10.5.6, I'm working with 10.6.2.

I've found that drivers and magickally... the Belkin F7D1101 works.

You will have to put the WEP key in 26 characters, is all I saw more difficult than the rest.

I wish they work for you as for me :(

PS: I don't remember where I get them, it's just one of the hundred wireless drivers and utilities I have been trying.


This driver seems to be almost working on 10.7.1 but the device is detected as ethernet and not wifi. Any way to fix that?

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chris, i had the same problem. Also, I installed iAtkos s3 v2 10.6.3 snow leopard myself and installed this driver you supplied right away, but then when i restarted: KP, Kernel Panic. "You need to restart your computer". * Expletive*

I guess i'll have to purchase a more compatible wifi card if i can't get this one to work...

I'm new to this, but learning. Can someone point me in the right direction to learn how to remove kext files i've installed for this wificard when I get a Kernel Panic on startup? I can boot into safe mode. I'm so tired of having to start over by popping in the CD and reinstalling. I found an article on how to use the Disk utility to restore the Mac OS install disck to an external hard drive and boot from the external drive to make installs easier. (it's transfering now so let's see if it works when it's done!)

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It works nicely with 10.7.5 Lion as an adapter. Network settings, "Using DHCP"; and Wireless Network Utility has to run to ensure there is any connection. Thanks a bunch. :)

I don't know for 10.5.6, I'm working with 10.6.2.

I've found that drivers and magickally... the Belkin F7D1101 works.

You will have to put the WEP key in 26 characters, is all I saw more difficult than the rest.

I wish they work for you as for me :)

PS: I don't remember where I get them, it's just one of the hundred wireless drivers and utilities I have been trying.







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