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802.11b/g/n 300Mbps PCI-Express Wireless Adapter with Dual Antenna

In general, the purchase was conceived with the aim of purchasing a low-cost device that supports infrastructure and point-to-point mode. All this I needed to distribute the Internet from the main computer. But everything turned out to be not so simple at all, see the continuation under the cut. Its name is EDUP 11N PCI E300M Wireless Card, which is not entirely clear for a Russian person 🙂 https://jiji.ng/ondo-west/tv-dvd-equipment The declared characteristics can be seen on the site.

This is the package< /p>

Then I installed it in my machine (Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit)

So what? And nothing … the seven installed some kind of left firewood without even cursing … but when trying to create a point-to-point, it began to swear at firewood … they say it is not possible to bind the IP to the stack.
I decided to install the firewood that comes with the disk – the same rigmarole …
I decided to open the protective cover in order to make sure – what kind of chip is on board the card? in the end it turned out that there is a chip (Atheros AR9281) covered with a sticker from Azure Wave.
Googled and found a site with a bunch of firewood on it
But none came up as expected. Here is the proof of my ordeals (I spent the whole day at the computer, picking up firewood)

In general, I collected all the data about the map that I could:
I have been looking for the second day … so far without results 🙁
VERDICT: If you have a lot of nerves and time and have a research streak, then definitely take it :))) I highly do not recommend it to everyone else.
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For those who decide to purchase https://jiji.sn/mobile-phones/huawei-p40-lite or who already have this card, below I write those drivers that stand up more or less smoothly, but work somehow clumsily … tobish networks are searched for but not connected to them 🙁 Maybe whoever is smarter will find the reason:
v. 9.2.0.104 dated November 5, 2010 and v. 7.7.0.481

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