I got another Wifi USB unit today and it was the second one based on the RTL8192cu chipset.I know that it is available via ELREPO but put together something in case someone wanted to in... [by apolonio]
on 02/23/2013 – Made popular on 02/23/2013
dr.dynamics wrote:Okay, so your previous post inspired me to try once more with my N150 - and it works! I blacklisted not only the rtl8192cu, but also the rtlwifi, and the rtl8192c_common modules, and ran the depmod command before trying modprobe. I hadn't been aware of the depmod command before, that may have been the difference, but in any case, I'm up and running. Th
...I swear by all that anyone has ever held holy, I'm gonna hurl. Especially the ones with the rtl8192cu chipset (I've found several at Newegg with this, thanks to the wikidevi website), which I've only been able to get to work consistently with 3.2.0-0.bpo.1-amd64.Right now I'm looking at this wifi card for my desktop, which, according to wikidevi, has the Atheros AR9285
I have a realtek wireless card and the blinking wifi led is driving me crazy. The installed driver it had was rtl8193cu but I had connectivity issues so I downgraded it to rtl8192cu and that's when the blinking started.
Just got this laptop Windows 8.1 which has an internal wifi RTL8188EE driver/adapter. Metal objects/distance appear to be preventing me from access so put an RTL8192CU driver on an extension line. This brought about a Blue screen stating that Windows had loaded erroneously and was correcting and was going to reboot. This then replicated.