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ASUS WL-138g V2 – network adapter Series
The answer is right in the message logs! I’ve read post saying its working like a charm and others saying its very slow.
Broadcom Corporation physical id: Line Properties Line Coding Format. Yes” but it does not find ANY access point!
Posted December 19, Unfortunately even now, and even with hand picking the hardware you can still have problems which need man-hours to solve. Storage by Rick Broida Nov 12, Networking by Lori Grunin Oct 3, System Requirements OS Required.
Might have to edit an Info. December 20th, 5.
ASUS WLg v2 – LAN and Wireless – InsanelyMac Forum
Diagnose and configure your wireless network settings with on-line trouble shooting feature. I run osx86 and it runs really good. I gotta plug it in everytime to work and use railink prog. Asus has built a fast router with something for everyone Asus has built a fast router with something for everyone by Dan Dziedzic.
Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. When i read the WIKI it should be supported as airport in Explore your wireless networking topology through a handy way One Touch Setup Wizard: Now that my EFI-vanilla-retail-install is in place I can focus on this card – unfortunately it still doesn’t work.
WLg V2 | Networking | ASUS USA
Posted January 4, Posted January 30, Could it be that the card is defective? Perhaps there are different revisions?
Certified for Windows Vista. Life in the slow lane: Chip revision 0 [ Well, another retail EFI vanilla install and nothing has changed. The lw-1386 is recognized by the OS.
So, in conclusion, there’s nothing wrong with this wireless card under Leopard! In farm country, forget broadband.
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