Bigfoot killer sounds like a winner, which will you recommend? Yes it is normal for that card. Thanks for marking this as the answer. I’ve been looking at both the bigfoot and intel options. I have an extremely annoying problem lately – I am surfing the web, connected to my home network through WiFi, and every now and then approximately once an hour or so my network connection fails. This thread is locked. Got one a few days ago but it was not an ac card so had to return it and wait one more week after waiting for 2 weeks
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Download Qualcomm Atheros wireless driver for ARWB and Windows 7
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Bigfoot killer sounds like a winner, which will you recommend? Same goes for my android devices, they never fail the connection ar94885wb-eg my home network.
Download selected Qualcomm Atheros wireless driver v10.0.0.328 for AR9485WB and Windows 7
Sorry this didn’t help. I would recommend the or if you don’t need the bluetooth if you are not in atherls hurry to buy the latest AC cards. I think some are putting in the Bigfoot card.
In addition to that I’ve also connected to my router directly using cable connection for a few days, and never suffered these connection disturbances. Wired and wireless network problems. Ar9485eb-eg and some Qualcomm cards but I’ve read somewhere the intel has been unsuccesful even after installing a third xsus.
I have the same question But to change the wifi card on the G75 you have to get under the keyboard. Sinvany Created on December 7, This site in other languages x. I must say I am a bit reluctant to go for the bigfoot, since it is an atheros card.
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Only takes about of millions of screws in my opinion but worth the “hassle” Especially at schools with 5ghz preferred interwebz. Got one a few days ago but it was not an ac card so had to return it and wait one more week after waiting for 2 weeks John Rubdy Replied on December 8, I don’t know if it’s the new that does it or if it’s a9r485wb-eg latest update on my Airport Express wifi router. I will soon get my new intel ac card. Last edited by SpasTaz; at Yes it is normal for that card.
I have two other laptops connected to my home network Both HP laptops, one is on win7, the other is 8. Click the Driver tab, and then click Uninstall drivers and follow the instructions.
I have an extremely annoying problem lately – I am surfing the web, connected wirelesss my home network through WiFi, and every now and then approximately once an hour or so my network connection fails. I’ve been looking at both the bigfoot and intel options. How satisfied are you with this reply? Follow the suggestion from this link.
This thread is locked. I would recommend the Bigfoot ar9485ab-eg since the dudes on this forum sounds to like them I personally prefer the intel cards. I would suggest you to clean install the drivers by uninstalling the drivers from device manager and reinstalling it and check if it helps: