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: TechSpot Account Sign up for free , it takes 30 seconds. So i am guessing that for the Wgt to support would be a driver thing with an additional feature called frame burst? I just cannot understand why manufacturers ship it with such lousy drivers. My NIC also consistently has an “excellent” connection status.
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It eliminated the BSOD errors and my random connection drops.
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Do you already have an account? I opened its Properties window from its context menu, went into the Driver tab, iwndows clicked Update Driver Glad that my post helped you – That’s why I posted it in the first place. Thanks to Iuvr and it’s post, my wg works again.
Here’s a windkws of their drivers if you would like to refer to them: I have two cards, a dlink and a lucent technologies. Windows xp doesnt seem to work with linksys wireless g pcmcia network card Sep 3, It has been intermittent at best, and has failed completely once completely disabled itself.
I have never looked too deeply into this issue, but the way I have come to understand it, the standard The specified location does not contain any atherps about your driver? So i am guessing that for the Wgt to support would be a driver thing with an additional feature called frame burst?
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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: By now, I have tried numerous drivers that all claimed to support the AR chipset under Windows XP, but they all had the same problems; with some of them, the lockups would stay away a little longer, and I could even do a small download, but eventually, they would all cause the system to lock up.
On the internet, I found a few notes about these problems sorry, but I don’t seem to currently find the references to the web pages involved: Hello Luvr, I am ready to pull my hair out.
Even so, a working, Mbps connection is infinitely better than a consistently crashing Mbps one! 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. Checking Emails and Skype were both working most of the time with the original TP-Link drivers, but surfing the web and in particular starting any download would freeze the system completely.
As others have mentioned, the freezes seem to happen when there’s a lot of traffic, such as downloading or viewing streaming video.
The system used to freeze after a few moments of surfing the web. Monday, January 12, 8: I had tried several drivers already all with the same result and I was about to give up.
The only problem I’ve run across at this point that has given me somewhat of a problem, is the wireless connection. I clicked Have disk Join the community hereit only takes a minute.
Anyway – Yesterday, when taking a fresh look at the issue, I somehow found myself directed to an AirLink Technical Support Page for a possible solution. So, I decided to re-boot into Vista atberos see if I really had a wireless problem. I hope other folks that are saddled with winodws functionless Atheros and the drivers that come with them will read your post and get them working. Hello I’m using a netgear wg v1 pci wlan adapter based on atheros AR chip.
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