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Edimax EW-7612 wireless adapter can't ping router

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June 21, 2011 8:00:05 PM

Above adapter is new-ish. It was working fine; now it's hiccupping.

Wireless network is fine - both my laptops get on without a problem.

The Edimax PCI-E adapter:

a) can't connect, or
b) has limited connectivity, or
c) has full connectivity but no web pages work, and the router can't be pinged, or
d) works (for a short while)

The above options are seen pretty much evenly, except for the last one which achieves disproportionately low representation.

Have attempted to uninstall/reinstall drivers. Have attempted to delete all profiles. Have seriously considered ripping out the PCI-E and throwing it into the next-door neighbours garden, but fear this may damage the motherboard.

Any help, solutions, or shared-Edimax-rage-experiences gratefully received.

Thanks,
A

P.s. Win 7 64-bit.
Anonymous
October 9, 2011 4:14:33 PM

Hi A

I am having a similar problem with this card. Someone on amazon wrote a review of this card and said to try downloading the latest drivers from the website. But the version i just downloaded is not any newer than the ones i had already.

same for me, edimax causes freezing and crashing of windows explorer, like i'm running out of RAM. also, says i have internet access but I clearly don't.

I am sure it is edimax, cause i borrowed a USB wifi dongle which is working fine.

i want to rip this thing out as well and throw it against the wall. I have written to Edimax and complained but we will have to see what they say.

I have seen simlar Edimax messages out there. another similar gripe on this forum says changing AES to TKIP works but it didn't for me.

Good luck

Darren
October 10, 2011 8:33:14 PM

Hey Darren,

I solved this problem, thanks.

I solved it with this: http://www.amazon.co.uk/D-Link-DHP-307AV-PowerLine-Home...

In other words, I gave up on this card after weeks of intermittent problems.

Plugged in the above (took me all of 2 minutes, partly because I had to walk up and down stairs three times), and my problems have gone. Trouble-free for three weeks now. Nothing else has changed.

Regards,
A
Anonymous
October 10, 2011 10:13:14 PM

Sounds like I will do the same.
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