finding a driver for loading a belkin wireless router


  • hi,

    is there anyone that knows where i can download a driver to install a belkin wireless g router,model F5D7230-4 on to my computer?as i have lost the disc to it

    thanks angela

    Saturday, March 10, 2007 2:59 PM

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  • Ya, just visit their website here: and they have everything you need to get your router to work in Vista.


    Hope it helps

    Sunday, March 11, 2007 1:52 PM
  • hi there,

    i tryed that but everytime i tryed running it came i cannot run the DLL.any ideas what that means??

    thanks for your help


    Tuesday, March 13, 2007 12:07 AM
  • did you ever find the drivers
    Tuesday, March 13, 2007 7:08 AM
  • hi there,

    i found the drivers on belkin .com but each time i tried to run the download it cam up with can't run DLL.any ideas why that is???

    thanks angela

    Tuesday, March 13, 2007 8:58 AM
  • hi,


    i'm having the exact same prob....can anyone help.


    cheers maria

    Monday, March 19, 2007 2:53 AM
  • hi maria,

    i found the disk i needed to download but when it came to download it for some reason it would'nt allow me went on ebay and bidded for a faulty router which came with the disk to install it and got mine that way.

    is yours a belkin g router model no.f5d7230_4??



    Tuesday, March 20, 2007 4:35 PM
  • "is there anyone that knows where i can download a driver to install a belkin wireless g router,model F5D7230-4 on to my computer?"

    I do not understand your question. The router is not installed on your computer. The router is a device that helps your computer get to internet through a NAT firewall and do not need any drivers to work on your computer.

    The router is working as dynamic "out off the box" and your configuration on the tcp/ip on the computer shall be set to update dynamic. Connect the cables and you are out on the internet.

    Wednesday, May 02, 2007 10:57 AM
  • I'm sorry but I beg to differ. You are correct in saying that the "router" is not installed onto your computer, however the drivers needed for the computer to recognize the router are. If this was not the case, the thing wouldn't come with an "installation cd".
    Maybe some routers DO NOT requires, however this one....does.

    I have been searching for the same thing...when I find it, I'll come back and post the link. A girlfriend of mine found it once for me when I had vista, but since I have changed operating systems...I have to find it again.

    THIS forum did not help one bit....

    Tuesday, August 12, 2008 7:06 AM
  • Actually, the previous poster was exactly correct - a router is a router is a router, and requires no drivers.  Ever.
    The CD that comes with it (the router) is a setup disc (it's supposed to automagically transfer your existing network setting to the router, so that you don't have to manually configure it); but, it's isn't required that you use it - you can still manually configure the router.
    This (manual setup) we can help you with.  Are you on a cable or DSL connnection?  Are you using a 'normal' patch cable to connect the PC to the router?  A crossover cable won't work here.

    Now, network cards (wired or wireless) do require drivers...

    Wednesday, August 13, 2008 11:53 AM
  • I have a similar problem.  I set up my wireless router and had two pc's wired.  The original pc used to set up the router crashed.  The new pc to replace is giving me a 'no drivers detected' error when I'm trying to run the set up of that router downloaded from the website.  I have a patch cable running from the pc to the router and I have a cox dsl modem.  I did unplug both modem and router before starting the process and if I choose the "Set up wireless home network" I get an option to connect to the original network but after that it kicks me back to a window that says the hardware isn't detected.  Any suggestions?


    Monday, November 17, 2008 5:20 PM
  • Without the set up disc you've lost nothing except the hold-your-hand set up wizard. You simply need to manually configure your router using its web-based user interface, which you can access by connecting the router to your computer and entering its internal IP address,, into your web browser.

    Once there, you'll need to enter your wide-area network (WAN) settings (connection type and Internet ID numbers, related to your ISP) using the Internet WAN tab. If you don't know this information then disconnect the Belkin router and connect your ISP's modem. Assuming that that modem allows you to access the Internet, open a command window (click Start, click Run, type cmd) and type ipconfig/all, and your details (including your unique, public IP address) should appear. (Note that in your router's web-based user interface, the local-area network (LAN) settings apply to your Belkin router, which
    have been factory set, and thus shouldn't concern you.)

    If you have any difficulties or questions then use another Internet connection to refer to the exhaustive manual at
    (you could reconnect your old modem to access the Internet, download the manual, then reconnect the Belkin router).
    Friday, November 21, 2008 2:01 PM
  • Thank you so much. This was very very helpful.


    Tuesday, December 02, 2008 6:09 PM

    I Hope this helps

    You just need to follow the manual steps

    Setup Belkin Wireless Router without Disk or Driver .

    Wednesday, September 01, 2010 6:14 PM
  • Somehow, I don't think that it will at this point - the last post was from December 2008.
    Thread's been 'dead' nearly two years now.  ;)

    Mods, lock?
    (and, how do people find these ancient threads?   :?

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    Friday, September 03, 2010 1:53 AM