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    Exclamation My Wireless Card Will Not Connect To N Routers

    Hi i am running ubuntu 10.10 and the people over at the ubuntu fourms will not offer me any help. i have an Asus usb N13 and it works with 10.10 but it will not connect to a N router only G routers and it will keep disconnecting from the G routers i have WPA2 AES encryption. I have tried to compile the ra link drivers but with no luck i keep getting errors.guys i am new to linux and i love it and i would like to be able to keep linux on my computers. thanks in advance

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    Angry so much for linux has great community support

    ive tried this fourm and ubuntu's and still no help wow i thought linux was suppose to be community "supported"

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    Administrator MikeTbob's Avatar
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    Hello and Welcome. Sorry no one has responded yet.
    Try this link, it might help and it might not. You seem to have a fairly good grasp at what you are doing and I think that might be why you aren't getting any replies. Tell us as much as you can about the problem and what you have attempted already.
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    Just Joined! ford's Avatar
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    what errors are you getting during compilation? and what is the ralink chipset?

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    Linux Guru Rubberman's Avatar
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    Apr 2009
    I can be found either 40 miles west of Chicago, in Chicago, or in a galaxy far, far away.
    802.11N is backward compatible with 802.11G, so if your network card is operating in G mode, it should still connect with an N-level access point / router. Check to see if your router is configured to support both G and N connections, or N only.
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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