That lsusb output looks absolutely nostalgic to me. Everything is pretty much fine now. I don’t know what to do. Bus Device After that, the wireless icon just flashes propagates? In just two steps, a secure and protected wireless connection setting is done!

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Since this, I got a PCIe wifi card that uses an atheros chipset. After that, the wireless icon just flashes propagates? Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.

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Cut it physically from the board, the board can go for months up without misbehaving, and RF interference at home is also lower. Please do take note this chipset only supports the uzb-n13 band.

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Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name. Raink AskUbuntu, what do? It’s not that hard to find good quality hardware; but you have to spend a little time reading reviews and so forth.


Based on the lsmod output you included rtl I used to have a realtek without shielding in my iOT device, that was not used because it was aeus bad. Everything is pretty much fine now. You will know it’s done when the prompt returns, preceded by this message: I think I can try to complain to Amazon and get my money back, and hopefully buy a better one.

Usually users report the realtek chipsets work “well” in Windows because Windows drivers have nasty hacks to work around some of the bugs. Try installing the latest driver from Realtek, released on July 4, You will know it’s done when the prompt returns, preceded by this message:.

The answer to hardwarerecs. All specifications are subject to change without notice. Products may not be available in all markets. The first step to troubleshoot your problem is to install the latest Linux drivers from the chipset manufacturer, Realtek.

I have good experiences using Ralink and Atheros based chipsets, realtek ones not so much. I also had crashes almost every week even with the thing blacklisted by software.

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ASUS USB-N13 N300 USB 2.0 Wifi Adapter

Can you post the last few lines of your dmesg output right after the “auth required” box pops up? Every so often, the Wi-Fi connection just stops working, but the indicator says that I’m still connected.

One review said it has an Atheros chipset. Email Required, but never shown.

Go with the “Open With Downloading, compiling and installing the latest drivers for the USB-N Quoted network speeds and bandwidth based on asis IEEE I also learnt that the market of USB wifis is mostly dominated nowadays by realtek vs ralink, and most of the other brands are just rebrands.

You will see lines of text scroll by, pause, and scroll by again, as the driver is built and installed. So this reinforces the need for external antennas.