Should I just try the previous driver? Obsidian, I did try that and it was still no go. After connecting to the router it went to the router max 54Mbps. Perhaps I should have been clearer with my suggestion. Same problem, same symptoms on a new Toshiba LP.

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Device rev It’s not deactivated, it crashes. For me even if I am not connected to anything just have the driver installed I get the hard lock up and have to do a hard reboot and then restart again to get everything going correctly again. Any help that anyone here can provide would be gratefully received.

Realtek RTL8191SE, RTL8192SE 11b/g/n Wireless PCI-E Adapter Linux/Unix Driver,Ver.0019

In my efforts to get this card working, I’ve ended up on the Beta of Ubuntu 9. I’ve Googled the error and been through the Ubuntu Forums and have found other people with similar issues, but I can’t find anything to help me with this issue.

No, there is no problem. On a separate note, whether you choose to install or bit Ubuntu has no effect on this.

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Now I can connect to my WPA2 network. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. Thanks in advance, zakzor. BTW, I’m running Karmic with the 2. I hope this helps someone out there, though I don’t think this is a fix.


It does mean that until I can get the driver to compile properly, following method 1, that I have to manually bring the card up by running “sudo. I researched this and could not find a similar issue concerning wireless cards mostly GPU issues. Well, the driver i downloaded from the official repository works as a charm but refuses to go in monitor mode, so i thought this would be the way to go?

Find More Posts by Luisruiz. The first step for installing was to run “make”. I had to boot from Ubuntu Live CD, delete the firmware folder and then the system could continue booting. I made a update from 9. How about trying to install the driver module manually with the steps 20?

CONFIG_RTL8192SE: Realtek RTL8192SE/RTL8191SE PCIe Wireless Network Adapter

I can confirm the postthanks to Nuno for the hint. For Ubuntu, use these terminal commands: However, it seemed like it managed to reconnect after 30 seconds or so. I double checked that I have the kernel source 2.

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One is merely trying to help those who may be in the same situation I was in. I have no problems at all with the connection on my Windows computers.

Please do note, I say “may” be. I contacted Realtek technical support via email with the following: I’ve installed the There are lots of messages in dmesg but seems there are two errors linuux the connection to fail:. If you need to reset your password, click here.

I was actually wrong when I stated everything worked fine. I just installed the latest driver for rtlse card on my Lenovo Thinkpad Edge 13 AMD processor poweredand after installing these messages are logged in the message log repeatedly:.

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Nominated for Lucid by Asem. This is definitely helping me.