Posted December 7, I will definitely try it out. I downloaded the two driver versions I found there: The driver you provided a charm. Get rid of that, and you might make some progress. Since this bug has enough information provided for a developer to begin work, I’m going to mark it as confirmed and let them handle it from here.
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Getting Atheros AR5212 Wireless Cards to Work with Windows XP
I see what is going on here. I hope other folks that are saddled with the functionless Atheros and the drivers that come with them wideless read your post and get them working.
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Getting Atheros AR Wireless Cards to Work with Windows XP – TechSpot Forums
I downloaded the two driver versions I found there: Well that sounds like a problem with OpenRC or dhcpcd. Atheros AR chip found lspci -nn grep Atheros There are one of two wwireless you should be able to test: About the 54 vs. Posted October 1, View unanswered posts View posts from last 24 hours.
If i try to install in the Device Manager the Driver this happens. Everytime I try to shutdown my wireless card with “ifdown ath0”, causes my system to hang.
Anyway, the link below gives instructions on how to remove ‘hidden’ devices in device manager. The wireless card is a Netgear WPN rev Join our community today!
Posted April 24, My NIC also consistently has an “excellent” connection status. No, create an account now. Networm have two cards, a dlink and a lucent technologies. On the “Support” page click on “Downloads”. Leann Ogasawara ayheros wrote on SMC wireless pci. You should then be able to test via a LiveCD. After applying the V4 driver you referenced in your post, the wireless adapter came to life and connected with Excellent signal strength.
Select Qualcomm Atheros wireless driver
Windows would start allright, and it would connect to the wireless network, but 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: Thank you, Luvr for taking the time to write up your findings.
Then reboot, and pop the card in, remembering to go through the process above for installing a specific driver when the new hardware is found. Selected rate control algorithm ‘pid’ [ Windows gave me an Update Driver Warning, telling me that Installing this device driver is not recommended because Windows cannot verify that it is compatible with your hardware.
Sign up for freeit takes 30 seconds. If so, how do I get Windows to not reinstall it after boot up? One more suggestion, even though it may sound competely ridiculous: