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Old 24th October 2010
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Hoping I can get some insight into my new problem. I have removed my intel3945 wireless nic for an atheros 5212 wireless nic. The 3945 had great reception and range but the atheros only works when I am in the room where the router is located. I have read and searched around but have been unable to find a solution. Any ideas??

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Old 25th October 2010
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I have removed my intel3945 wireless nic for an atheros 5212 wireless nic.
Post the output of both dmesg(8) & ifconfig(8) with these devices attached.
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Old 25th October 2010
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Perhaps you didn't reconnect the antenna properly? is this a laptop?
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