Originally Posted by Pidge It can see my WiFi network, but it is unable to connect to it. I can confirm that this works out of the box in Ubuntu 8. If the errors started after you installed the modded driver, try installing an unmodified one like the regular v8. At least it is still usable near a wifi router. In the RCs you could enable test signing mode and disable integrity checks to use whatever driver you wanted.
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Looks like your card is made by Planex I found a driver from here http: I recently updated my pc to win7 32bit. Have to rmmod and then modprobe to make it work, but most of the time creates a kernel panic when modprobing Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.
It eliminated the BSOD errors and my random connection drops. Windows would start allright, and it would connect to the wireless network, attheros if I was very lucky, I would be able to view just two or three web pages, after which the system would completely lock up: So afheros some underlying problem for sure.
Wireless drivers for “Askey AR5BMB5” or “Atheros AR5005G” (AR2413A based)
Other than that, it works great. Most of the newer features won’t of course be supported in the WLAN card Its going to be trial and error. But yes I already disabled that function.
Netband changes what the card can do in each band, all bit sensitive. I downloaded the files you said but when i go into device manager to look for the wireless card, i dont see it, i havent been able to even get it to work once cuz it always freezes upon insertion. I posted for help in a number of forums and all folks could tell me was that Atheros was garbage.
The time now is Prev 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 xpp 18 19 Next Page 14 of August 15th, 3. Thanks for this posting so much. Well, since both your router and your wireless card are from the same vendor, and they both support Mbps, yes, it will be a matter of finding the right driver one that works if you want to run at the maximum connection speed.
Getting Atheros AR Wireless Cards to Work with Windows XP – TechSpot Forums
I purchased a HP Wireless Works with ath9k driver in 2. Fully works in Debian Lenny Kernel 2.
Getting Atheros AR5212 Wireless Cards to Work with Windows XP
Many, many, many thanks to AirLink for this great driver! Pros anymoore se Cons atheros ar nic se Summary anymoore se Reply to this review Was this review helpful? Why would I want to atherros that? Here’s my network info: If so, how do I get Windows to not reinstall it after boot up?
WMIAG – b/g Mini PCI Module, Atheros AR – SparkLAN
Thank You for Submitting a Reply,! Sign in Already have an account? I will definitely try it out. In fact, this problem is apparently not even unique to Atheros chipsets; similar issues seem to arise with, e.
I then transferred control to KNetworkManager. But still no BSOD. Results 1 to 10 of I have a smcwpci-g eu wificard with a Atheros AG chip.