Intel tends to have decent Linux support, you might try their site: But when its only on the G it would stay connected to 54mbps. The meaning of temporary is that, upon reboot, it’s gone. Venombite , Aug 23, Networking by Aloysius Low Oct 4, It’s possible the test was the cause of the speed drop to save power.
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I have the G router connected to my wireless B router via cable daisy chained so I can get internet to G router. I myself have never experience disconnections only the speed drop. Networking by Aloysius Low Oct 4, If your network is slow or acting weird, it’s possible someone is stealing your signal and maybe more.
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But when its only on the G it would stay connected to 54mbps. October 26th, abf. Yes, my password is: XplodinAug 20, Results 1 to 10 of Networking by Lori Grunin Oct 3, I have it set up to dual boot with Windows XP where the wireless card has had no problems.
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I installed the ndiswrapper and installed the windows driver, which appeared to work initially, but once I shut down and rebooted, it now locks up my laptop within 30 seconds of connecting to a wireless network. I’m currently approx 40ft from the router, in a different part of the house same level.
Smart Home by Brian Bennett Dec 3, I also use the lastest drivers from Intel’s site and have never experienced any problems with mine either. Below is my current setup: Nvidia launches GeForce Aby ‘recommended router’ program So you don’t have to muck around with the settings on your gaming router.
I believe I remember reading that it takes more power to maintain a 54Mbit connection than it does for an 11Mbit, so dropping it to 1Mbit is going to an extreme, but it sounds like a good idea. Share This Page Tweet.
I dont know whats going on there but its a bit stupid that it happens that way. Intel tends to have decent Linux support, you might try their site: The behavior you experienced is entirely normal. BrianAug 20, I was inclined to think that I should be able to get by without ndiswrapper.