A guy on there pointed me to a set of newer drivers that I downloaded through cnet and that ended up being the fix for it. Let’s get more information. I tried booting into Vista spit! Eventually I tried powering right down and restarting. Steve Beattie sbeattie wrote on If you still can confirm this issue after steps 1 and 2, please post a comment describing the issue you are seeing and also be sure to run the following command which will automatically gather and attach relevant debug information:.
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Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara wrote on As stated in Bugyou should install linux-backport- modules. Try with the ones I linked, even thought they might be older. The following is for informational purposes only.
The University WiFi network vosta unencrypted. Make sure that you have your Recovery disks available – just in case!
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I went to the atheros website and got the latest drivers straight from there. Without reinstalling, the internal adapter was disabled in BIOS and the computer was booted with the Netgear adapter inserted. The good part is, the connection is stable at aar5211 the applet does not indicate a reconnection but the connection still comes to a halt sometimes once or twice a minute usually for a few seconds – it feels better, anyway, thanks for that work!
I can confirm that this still is an issue with ath5k in Jaunty kernel 2.
Linux Kernel Bug Tracker Search the registry use regedit. If you still can confirm this issue after steps 1 and 2, please post a comment describing the issue you are seeing and also be sure to run the following command which will automatically gather and attach relevant debug information:.
So it seems to me that my connection with these new drivers are better. Tim Gardner timg-tpi on So still not entirely there but it is finally at ar2511 getting a bit better since the connection does not drop out anymore.
Cannot find wifi card drivers anywhere….help
Hi tek, if ftp doesn’t work try http for this file: Rich rincebrain wrote on The zero-drops of connection speed and I mean zero are more frequent like two times every minute or something like that and the speed overall is worse as well.
That card has been completely broken for years.
Unfortunatly I now too can add an other Atheros based ThinkPad adaptor to the list of not usable with the ath5k module, as a friend had an older Thinkpad which we tested with Karmic Beta. If you still can confirm this issue after steps 1 and 2, please post a comment describing the issue you are seeing and also be sure to run the following command which will vizta gather and attach relevant debug information: Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara on The wireless connection worked fine in Hardy.