09-03-2012 02:59 PM
09-08-2012 01:34 PM - edited 09-08-2012 01:38 PM
I am dealing with the same adapter and I am unable to keep a solid connection to the N radio. This is a custom ordered laptop and I am not a Realtek fan at all but I no option in selecting my adapters when building the laptop. I contacted Realtek directly and they did respond with driver update but I am still unable to keep the N radio connection. It is an ARP issue on my end. I have switched my radio to G only and I am solid with that connection, but the work around I found is not acceptable by any means. I think Realtek has put out a crap adapter with no resolution in sight. If you have a chance, see if connecting to the G band helps with your issue.
09-17-2012 12:11 PM
Usually a recovery is the standard test to determine if something is software or hardware related. You may want to try another recovery since it was after a recovery that you noticed the problem. If it still doesn't come back, I'd think it was due to hardware failure.
11-23-2012 04:34 PM
I have a 1 month old Satellite 855 notebook. I had to perform a restore to out of box conditions and now every time it boots up, windows finds a problem with the Realtek wireless NIC and shuts it (the wireless card) down. I have found that if I go into the Windows device manager and disable it and then re-enable it, it will work until I have to reboot. How do I resolve this?
Did you switch the fn keys and the f keys in the bios?
12-30-2012 02:20 PM
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