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Originally Posted by Icekilla;15604322 
Nope. Try these drivers. Your chipset is RTL8187L

I'll try them out but since I already bought the other adapter I'll probably throw this one up for sale.
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Which one did you end up buying?
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post #13 of 13
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Originally Posted by Icekilla;15609623 
Which one did you end up buying?

Amped UA600.
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Originally Posted by Sam1990;15586718 
Looked up some information on my router and compared with some of the adapters from CompUSA. After taking a trip to the store I found out they only had like 3 different adapters there, the rest were online.

So I picked up the Amped UA600. I'm actually pretty impressed with it. Works a lot better than the ALFA and it picks up a TON of connections. My signal is flawless.

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=7297806
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