No flashing light, no connections listed. If they don’t know the answer to your problem, or don’t want to help then they won’t. I don’t know why, but I don’t really have the time or patience to test it further, but it always did so on 32 bit windows, and on a 64 bit system with 32 bit java installed, etc. Notice the driver inf file they are using – bcmwlhigh5. The thing just won’t work. Please do not post duplicates, it dilutes community effort.

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Notice the driver inf file they are using – bcmwlhigh5.

Follow the above steps if it works we have to do some other changes to make it “stick” between boots. A no firmware [Atheros AR] Unless someone is using that adapter and posts how they got it working, what we have to do to answer your thread – and what you should be trying – is another search of the forum using: I friend of mine the wireless expert has offered to help today so hopefully we can get this going.


Then I followed the guide up until ndiswrapper -l.

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Bus Device I know the device is detected thanks to lsusb, but I don’t have any idea how to make it detect connections. Notice the link that wildmanne39 pointed you n2x posted by chili? Check this link, 2nd from bottom.

Then do a net search with the same search string. For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here. It’s ar9001h though it isn’t connected. Plug and play – that’s a Windows term. Join Date Dec Beans Hidden! WNA Wireless Adapter issues.

For more direct interaction you can try IRC http: He didn’t know that off the top of his head well, wildmanne39 might have – he is ar9001h expert in this area. What is in the Finished reading the thread now, as it turns out they had the same problem I have now. Attached Files File Type: Considering the fact that 1.

You really aren’t going to notice that much of a difference with Linux. Also I did get ndiswrapper installed using another thread’s instructions. In addition, instead of using the command line for ndiswrapper, where one little misstep can lead to ar9001 work, install ndisgtk from the repositories as well: Wireless N, and did you notice it doesn’t say bit? Minecraft will crash much more often in 32 bit.


But so far my thread has gotten the attention of three others, and only one of them stuck around.

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If ar99001u don’t know the answer to your problem, or don’t want to help then they won’t. At this point, with the attitude you have presented, nobody will go out of their way to help you. Okay, driver installed and now I have a new issue.

Here is a better package that might work better.

It was never solved. Please give us a link to were you got the wireless drivers and post the output of: Should’ve reread the thread sooner.

Now following the given instructions on this thread to get my WUA working: Sorry, but this forum is all volunteer.