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The most used version is 1. The software is designed to connect to the Internet and adds a Windows Firewall exception in order to do so without being interfered with. But still i post this because i had the same problem and maybe also some people in the future. Sign up using Facebook. Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. Learn More about PC Matic

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If there isn’t a driver you can probably use the Windows drivers in Linux by using the ndiswrapper software around it. Introduction to Sitecim – A Hands on Guide This uwb was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.

The solution provided by paa with regards to Ralinktech is absolutely correct. As a bonus, receive monthly emails with exclusive offers. Comments Error posting comment. After discovering the right network and connecting to it using the network key, a connection is succesfully made. Are you new to LinuxQuestions.

So I’ll follow your lead and try try the ndiswrapper software. Sign up using Email and Password.


I have a D-link wireless adapter that uses the ACX chip. Which took the form of selecting a different wireless channel on the router, even using the Sitecom utility mentioned above to check if there were other networks communicating on that channel and thus picking a adxpter that was not used by other networks.

Sitecom Wireless Network 300N USB Adapter

Sitecom doesn’t deliver the proper drivers for windows 7 on their website. It may be a question of compatibility of your USB adapter with the router for example if your router is “b” or “g” based, and you have an “n” adapter. Help others learn more about this software, share your comments. Social Media Facebook Youtube. Find More Posts by monsm.

Downloads for your WLv N USB Adapter X3

Uninstalling this driver may cause the hardware to stop functioning properly only remove this package if you no longer have the Sitecom networking ksb connected to your PC.

Is there a native driver for this card in the Linux kernel? The question says it aeapter, but more detail follows ; I’ve got a new computer that runs Windows 7 bits Home Edition and I’d like to connect it to my wireless home network Sitecom wireless gigabit router N wl v1 with a Sitecom wireless USB micro adaptapter wl V2 What you want to know is: No one has commented yet.

PC 30n began in with an emphasis on computer diagnostics and maintenance. Sitecom WL usb wireless adapter not working with Linux. About Sitecom Company profile Working at Sitecom.


All you need to know about the WLv Wireless Router N + USB Adapter – Sitecom support

Versions Version Distribution 1. Visit the following links: This is the software driver and utilities required for managing and connecting the Sitecom networking device to the PC.

If others think this is the proper answer, I’ll make this the answer. This process was a troublesome since I had to download a driver from the site above and tell Windows 7 to use the Windows Vista driver when installing the new hardware, since there is was no Windows 7 driver available.

I’ve received a suggestion that Windows 7 might not give the USB port with sufficient continuous power for the dongle to keep working, which should be adjustable in somewhere but I’m not sure where. I found the next uab and it worked for me. What percent of users and experts removed it? Linux – Wireless Networking This forum is for the discussion of wireless networking in Linux.

The chipset in the sitecom usb adapter is manufactured by ralink. To provide maximum comfort the Sitceom is equipped with a cap holder to easily keep the adapter and cap together to avoid loss.

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