Alright, So the thing is that this mode seems to be less obstructed which leads me to believe it is using a different band or maybe just a different channel from my wireless router. Double click on it and File Explorer should allow you to Extract the files into a folder. Have to restart to get wireless to reconnect. Also can't download the drive as I keep getting page can't be displayed errors. Hopefully this is of some help.
I don't see any difference myself was hoping that I would connect at 130mbps but I don' t think this adapter has that capability Latest Atheros drivers I'm using are 10. I have started a new business and began working from home about 4 months ago. For automatic identification and qualcomm atheros ar9485 802. One more thing I also checked. I have viewed a thread and someone changed this setting in the advanced settings tab. The most current version is 10.
I checked the website you mentioned above. I think I need new Network driver that is compatible with windows 10. This was of no help whatsoever. In order to manually update your driver, follow the steps below the next steps : 1. Hi, Here is a link to the Atheros Win 10 driver for your model WiFi card.
In this situation only time can tell. I'm experiencing the same problem! Therefore, if you wish to apply this package, click the download button, and setup the wireless card on your system. This may be a good enough solution because 2 bars of signal is high enough quality for my wifi if it stays there and I don't need to leave my door open to get good signal. You can tell I was frustrated by the previous posts. Is there any new solution for this problem? These drivers might corrupt your computer installation or breach your privacy.
Here is a link to the latest Asus drivers for Win 10. As for applying this release, the installation steps should not pose to much of a challenge since each producer intends to make the procedure as easy as possible: just download the package, run the setup, and follow the on-screen instructions. In order to manually update your driver, follow the steps below the next steps : 1. The bottom one is the 64-bit version. Scroll down to view the option for the V10 line of Qualcomm drivers. Select Your Operating System, download zipped files, and then proceed to manually install them.
They run you through a bunch of steps that are a neverending and never work! Right click on the hardware device you wish to update and choose Update Driver Software 3. Again this guy also providing great knowledge. Take into consideration that is not recommended to install the driver on Operating Systems other than stated ones. That's all I was needing to know. Since your machine is a desktop, you can easily to add an antenna to boost signals or if you wish replace the wireless card.
Thanks for this much of good knowledge you provided here. I specifically tried a clean install of Windows 10 as a possible fix, but it did not work for me. I had the same issue, but turning Wi-Fi button on and off makes it work. I hate to make changes to a computer I have to have to work from home! I finally called the Microsoft tech line, not really expecting any help, and they walked me through the fix. Started right after an automatic up from Microsoft, as soon as the computer rebooted, I started having wifi connection issues. This is quite the load of crap. Maybe I'm missing something here.
Qualcomm Atheros Ar9485 Wireless Network Adapter 331. I'm not sure what happened originally; I guess when I did the 8. Not ready to toss in the towel yet, still feel like there is an answer out there. Driver Easy will automatically recognize your system and find the correct drivers for it. Driver Genius will install the driver automatically, smoothly and silently.
You can install the driver by just double-clicking on the executable file and follow the on-screen instructions. You can fix the error easily by updating the driver. If it doesn't work I will update my dated driver and look for third party hardware management software if there are further settings. Supported Operating Systems: Windows 8 x64 Windows 8. I've had continuous issues remaining connected to my home network for many months now. It still shows all the available networks, but doesn't seem to be able to connect to any of them.