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My problem concerns the installation of a wi-fi driver RT for my new wi-fi adapter PCE-N53 on my newly built computer.
en:users:drivers:rtpci [Linux Wireless]
Reconnect the device and power it on. RT Driver Ralink Source: Having trouble finding the right driver? They add hundreds of new drivers to our site every day. Visit our Driver Support Page for helpful step-by-step videos. We employ a team from around the world. Perhaps you need to load the module manually, please add the output of lsmod to your question.
Can you modinfo rtusb; rqlink please? It does not look like on all the posts I have been through Where do I get this native driver?
The two pastes show that the kernel driver is already loaded but somehow does not recognize your card. Also, try modprobe rt2x00pci and see if the card works. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Thx for your answer. Unfortunately, it is not my question. Double click the driver download to extract it.
Ralink RT Drivers Download. Following this info from chili in herebelow are some extra info about my system:. As I’m a real newbie in linux windows user for rralink yearsI have to ask some stupid questions: You can also try to install a more recent kernel and see if it works, the official mainline kernel PPA has 3.
Please post the output of dmesgmaybe there’s a driver conflict, because ndiswrapper is also loaded Browse the list below to rrt5592 the driver that meets your needs.
Network Devices Supported OS: Ralink Driver Ralink Device Type: Download the latest Ralink RT driver for your computer’s operating system. Basically, I don’t manage to get the driver installed and therefore I cannot get the wifi to work.
Sign up using Facebook. On ubuntu forums, the patches proposed dont work leads the computer to freeze. I think you can get it going on I have seen your posts there thanks they are very good! Shouldn’t my card be running, if the driver is native?