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Old 05-29-12, 08:17 PM   #7
Cylphid
 
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Default Re: Desktop wireless problems?

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Originally Posted by Redeemed View Post
Another option is to figure out who makes the chipset for your adapter, go to *their* website and retrieve the drivers from them.

For example I'm using an old Linksys Wireless G USB adapter for my desktop. Linksys didn't list any Windows 7 x64 drivers for it. Did some digging and discovered it uses a Ralink chipset. Went to their website, got their drivers and BOOM! It is working like a charm.

Otherwise- what Cylphid said.
TP-link was pretty slow updating drivers iirc, but the drivers on the disc worked great on Win7 though.

'nix performance was abysmal though.
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