Descargar Driver De Antena Alfa Ubdo
this worked well for me on a windows 10 machine, however i ran into other issues installing wireless cards. i decided to go to the source. i used driver update utility to uninstall alfa. i then downloaded the driver from realtek’s website
i was happy with this driver on a windows 10 machine so i installed it on my other windows 10 machine. it would not work. the card would show that it was connected and communicating, but it would have to leave and come back.
if you still are having issues with your card, check for older versions of the device driver. if your card is compatible with the model number wusb6100n, there are some older drivers online, but please check the compatibility before downloading. it may have not been tested that thoroughly, especially if it is a very old model. if you have trouble finding a compatible device driver for your card, contact realtek support, as they are the only people that really know about it.
i have a free usb wireless adapter that i like a lot. i have the atheros ath7900 wifi, which can connect to my router over the wireless lan. the driver for this wireless card is not in the list of “device driver” for windows 10. so i guess there is no support for this card in windows 10 by default. it is, however, listed in the “additional hardware” section.
i am not sure whether the drivers i have downloaded from atheros are the correct ones, since i have been trying to “find a new driver” option under “control panel”. the “control panel” is not in the list of “device manager” for windows 10. it seems i have to use the “device manager” in the “control panel”. i used the search box, typing in “atheros” and the only result i found was in the “device manager” section under “wireless network adapter”.
the problem with my usb adapter, is it works fine in windows 7, however under windows 10 the connection will disconnect occasionally, and i cannot connect for more than a few minutes at a time. i have tried downloading a driver from the atheros website, and i have tried installing the drivers from my windows 10 cd. i am not sure if i need to download the driver for the “atheros wireless network device” or the “windows wireless network adapter”.
what i find most annoying is that it is a reasonably powerful usb adapter (for the time), with the wireless n speed and strength capabilities. it is compatible with 802.11n devices. if it were connecting and not disconnecting, i would think the drivers would be available. i just can’t figure out how to connect or download the drivers from windows 10.
what i have done so far in windows 7 is to download the atheros drivers from the atheros web site. unfortunately, windows 10 now has defaulted to using the microsoft-supplied, windows-propagated drivers for the atheros wireless nics, and do not list any atheros-supplied drivers for this device. see the image below for details how to set a device for wireless network connection.
using a windows 10 cd, i entered the “device manager” and have chosen the “network connections” tab. it is easy to choose which windows wireless network adapter you want to use for internet connections. there are 3 choices, called: “ethernet” (wired connection), “access point” (wireless network connection), and “wifi 2” (wireless network connection).
note: the download manager will then reboot the computer to allow for the new driver to be loaded. for a professional install on a modern operating system, the driver package below can be used. reboot your computer after install. optionally check the windows event viewer to verify installation of the new driver.