I just recently installed and have no clue how to get the drivers for my netopia 3d wireless adaptor to work! all the drivers are for windows! I have never used this OS before please someone HELP!:confused:
on 01/24/2010 – Made popular on 01/24/2010
After asking in this topic about how to increase the signal of the wireless at home I decided to purchase a Wireless adaptor to create a second wifi access point in my living room. (as suggested in one of the answers)
A wireless adaptor was recommended in order to avoid buying a full router as this would be more expensive.
I was recently thinking about getting a mhl to hdmi adaptor for my galaxy s3 to hook to my television so i can view my phone on the big screen for gaming purposes mainly. However, my television is not a samsung set it is a vizio. In addition, it only is a 720p tv set, it does not support 1080p. Will the adaptor still work still because of those two things?
please someone help me, i want to disactivate totally broadcom and use my external usb adaptor tp-link, i uninstalled all broadcom drivers from additional drivers and synaptic and ubuntu store, aslo uninstalled the compat-wireless, but i still see it loading
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I have recently started trying to use these devices, and I thought that my PICstart plus would program them, but I have discovered that it needs an adaptor. I found the circuit of such an adaptor on the Microchip site, but it isn't a diagram, just some pin connections.
I recently replaced my six year old 802.11abg router with a new 802.11n router, hoping to take advantage of the 802.11n-capable wireless adaptor in my new laptop. Unfortunately, my wireless connection persists in connecting at the 54Mbps maximum.
My router is Netgear WNDR3700 and my wireless adaptor is Intel Wifilink 5300.
Now, I use Debian 6.0.6 instead of Fedora 16/17. But I still sustain the problem of my wireless problem. If I enable/disable my laptop wireless device or my usb wifi adaptor, my laptop will panic. It seems like all the processes stop at that time and I have to restart my laptop directly.
I was going to post this in with my other question about the flash drive, but I figured it'd be easier on all if it were its own question. I have a dell dimension (gag) which I have connected to the internet by way of a linksys wireless G adapter. Problem being, I can't find my CD.