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Re: Me and my testing of the net and the works and the such

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jeffrey1138 wrote:
Atheros AR5BXB6 and the AR5BXB62 appear not to work from your testing. Now updated.


As others have said, it may just be that the cards are not initialised properly by the BIOS since they are not expected to be there, so please don't mark these chipsets as non-working based on this report.

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Re: Me and my testing of the net and the works and the such

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I have a wireless Bluestork BS-WG-USB pen drive (with a supported rtl8187B chipset) and I can't scan for wireless networks,


Does the driver open for the Bluestork? If not, it could be just that the driver doesn't recognise the USB IDs. Do you know the IDs?

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Um... Well I just looked at the label for the BXB6 in the docs. The one I tested was out of a macbook. I don't know if that makes a huge difference (and no I wasn't testing it in a mac).

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Um... Well I just looked at the label for the BXB6 in the docs. The one I tested was out of a macbook. I don't know if that makes a huge difference (and no I wasn't testing it in a mac).


Yes, it's possible the driver doesn't work well with that chipset (I don't have time right now to check if any of the cards the driver has been tested with have that chipset), but it's also possible that the BIOS isn't playing well with it (either intentionally or accidentally) simply because it isn't the factory-fitted card.

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Does the driver open for the Bluestork? If not, it could be just that the driver doesn't recognise the USB IDs. Do you know the IDs?


Yes, the driver open the device, the wirelessmanager show me mac address and the network scan progression, but it's loops endlessly and nothing appear in the GUI.

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