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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Actual performance may be affected by network and service provider factors, interface type, and other conditions. I am using the firmware-realtek drivers for the adapter, and not the official ones, as they are difficult to install.
First, we’ll install the Linux headers necessary to build the drivers. The first step to troubleshoot your problem is to install the latest Linux drivers from the chipset manufacturer, Realtek.
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I bought the one I’m using on Amazon. Since this, I got a PCIe wifi card that uses an atheros chipset.
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Products may not be available in all markets. I was still using my shitty R.
As last comments, specially in WiFi, you have to pay good money to have good chipsets that work as promised. Guess I was a little late figuring things out.
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I feel pretty cheated now. Thank you for your interest in this question.
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As in most parts of the civilised world the 2GHz band is pretty crowded, either you have a rxlink signal, or you are pretty much in trouble. IMO they are focused in selling cheap junk that does not work.
I found my home network listed in the available networks, typed my password with the correct encryption and hit connect. I have good experiences using Ralink and Atheros based chipsets, realtek ones not so much. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this usb-13 the association bonus does not count.
It’s not that hard to find good quality hardware; but you have to spend a little time reading reviews and so forth. Post as a guest Name.