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Old 28th November 2009, 10:17 PM
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Problems with Atheros AR9285 wireless

For some reason lately my wireless/eth0 has been messing up. When Im on windows I can use eth0 and wireless. When Im on F11 it detects the eth0, but I cant connect to it. I can still use wireless on Fedora, but for some reason when Im using the wireless the signal is very weak, but in windows the wireless has the best connection possible. ( Ive tested it all through my house and the problem is still the same )

Has anyone else had this problem and can help me solve it?

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