Users with Killer Network Adapters and the Linksys WRT32X may see “No Killer Enabled Devices” or “0 Killer Enabled Devices” on the user interface page of their WRT32X.
The Killer optimization on the WRT32X is compatible with all Killer adapters that work with the Killer Control Center, which includes the: E2500, E2400, E2200, E2201, and all of our Wireless-N and Wireless-AC adapters.
Please note that Windows 8.1 or 10 must be installed on the Killer-enabled device for the router to label it as such in the router’s interface. The router will still prioritize the Windows 7 Killer enabled device, but it will not appear that way in the router interface.
You must also have a recent version of the Killer Control Center installed.
You can find the latest Killer Control Center, with the latest drivers, here for all Killer Wireless-n/a/ac (1435, 1535, 1525, 1550) and currently supported Ethernet adapters (E2200, E2400, E2500, E3000) with current versions of Windows 10 (1803+):
And here for all Killer Wireless-N adapters (1102, 1103, 1202), regardless of operating system version. This version is also for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1:
If you experience any problems installing the latest Killer Control Center, we recommend clean-installing the latest version.
After you have installed the latest Killer Control Center, if the router still fails to detect the Killer adapters, you may need to unplug the router for ten seconds, then plug it back in. If it still does not recognize the adapters, you may need to restart your computer once more by clicking Start > Power > Restart.
If you still experience issues, we recommend that you contact Linksys Support unless you are having other issues with your Killer adapter, in which case you should reach out to us by clicking the button to the left.