My mistake on the Ralink driver, yes it's the driver for your linksys network card, actually for the chipset on the card.
In one of your earlier posts I noticed that you had a folder named "windows.old" that is why I asked you how you reinstalled windows.
At this point, I personally would do this. Reinstall windows but Don't do it from the desktop.
You may have selected the upgrade option instead of a fresh install when you tried to do it from the desktop.
If you're not sure how to do this then ask.
MAKE sure you save any information you want to keep before doing this.
Put the disk in and MAKE sure you boot off of it. Go into bios and make the cd/dvd rom the first boot device
then save and exit.
Reboot the pc and it should boot to the win 7 disk.
you then have to make sure you format the drive before installing win 7
this way you have no left over files remaining from vista. Seeing some of the software installed on your pc leaves me to believe that there is something left over from vista that is causing this issue with your wireless network card.
Do you have more than one drive installed? Or do you have more than one partition on the hard drive (S)
Edited by D-Berd, 07 December 2010 - 02:05 PM.