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ASUS USB-N13 rev B1

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ASUS USB-N13 – network adapter Series

I have to manually unplug and re-plug it into USB. If your network is slow or acting weird, it’s possible someone is asks your signal and maybe more. Here’s the output of the wireless-info thing I ran when the connection died a few minutes ago.


Tags for this Thread asusnetworkingusb-n13wireless. It comes on uwb a second after a reboot, then cuts out at the Ubuntu splash window and doesn’t come back on.

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In farm country, forget broadband. It’s not the fiber-optic connection because other devices have no problem. December 19th, 5. December 19th, 1.

The ASUS adapter now doesn’t startup with the reboot.

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