BEFSR41 V2.1 and Windows 7/Vista compatibility

I have a wired V2.1 BEFSR41 with 1.46.02 firmware.  He works very well with several varieties of W98SE, W2000 and XP machines over the years.

When I installed VMWare a few years ago, I noticed that the Vista VM does not have to connect to the router.  As I was testing just local stuff, I don't bother to investigate or solve the problem.

Now I have a new HP Windows 7 computer, and do not access when connected to the router.  The diagnosis think not that the cable is connected.

When I plug the modem DSL directly in the box of W7, I connect to the internet.  In addition, I notice that when I plug the modem into the area of W7, there is some flashing lights on the adapter inside the box.

However, when I plug the cable from the router (the same who normally works fine with XP machine) in the Windows 7 box, none of the LEDs on the network flash card.  This is probably an allusion to the fact that things do not work.

I tried to disable the IPv6 protocol.  That did not work.  I have the latest firmware for the V2.1 according to the Linksys support site. I tried another cable.  I tried several resets since pinhole at the front of the router, several power cycles and reboots of the box of W7.

So I guess the BEFSR41 V2.1 with 1.46.02 is not compatible with Vista and Windows 7.   Any ideas?

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