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Tp-link Tl-wn422g V2 Chipset Atheos (ath9k_htc)


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Hello! I already bought this card, but I have trouble with run this card. When i type in console "lsusb" then computer is recognize card (atheosusbcard tl-wn422g - ath9k_htc) but when i type in console "airmon-ng", computer recognize only my integrated wifi card intel(ath9k).Please help me... Sorry with my broken english, I'm from Poland :)

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Try downloading the drivers for this wireless adapter and installing them to see if that works.

Secondly, what operating system are you running?

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Try downloading the drivers for this wireless adapter and installing them to see if that works.

Secondly, what operating system are you running?

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My operating system is Backrtack 4 R1, I've tried this drivers http://wireless.kernel.org/en/users/Drivers/ath9k_htc but it doesn't work. I've tried one more way from website https://help.ubuntu.com/community/HardwareS...orkCardsTP-Link about TL-WN422G v2.4. All is going well but when I type "sudo ndiswrapper -a 0cf3:1006 netathuw", error appears that 'netathuw' isn't right command.

Ohh, and when I tried to install default driver from backtrack, error appears that the driver isn't right. Thanks for answers!

EDIT

When i open USBViewer i have this message, but storage memory and gsm modem still working fine...

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My operating system is Backrtack 4 R1, I've tried this drivers http://wireless.kernel.org/en/users/Drivers/ath9k_htc but it doesn't work. I've tried one more way from website https://help.ubuntu.com/community/HardwareS...orkCardsTP-Link about TL-WN422G v2.4. All is going well but when I type "sudo ndiswrapper -a 0cf3:1006 netathuw", error appears that 'netathuw' isn't right command.

Ohh, and when I tried to install default driver from backtrack, error appears that the driver isn't right. Thanks for answers!

EDIT

When i open USBViewer i have this message, but storage memory and gsm modem still working fine...

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Edit

When I trying install driver compat-wireless-2010-04-21 I have that error

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When Backtrack is loading, error appears: that he can't load ath9k_htc driver ;/

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:angry: I also use backtrack 4 beta iso as my guest operating system under VMware and Windows Vista Home Premium as the host operating system when i connect my usb wireless adapter (TP-Link TL-WN721N 150Mbps usb wireless adapter) on the VMware it connects but the Backtrack 4 beta iso does not pick it or recognise it and when I type airmon-ng there is nothing written under interface and the other 2................Please if you know how to just reply me......Thank you.
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First, is your card actually supported by BackTrack?

Best bet before purchasing a card, make sure its supported for the purpose you intend to use it for.

http://www.backtrack-linux.org/bt/wireless-drivers/

Also, while some of us do use BackTrack, we don't know the compatibility of every card, nor would the creators of BackTrack, but if you want more help with this specific card, someone might have already asked the questions you are asking on the official BackTrack forums. A Quick search for wn422g yields many results: http://www.backtrack-linux.org/forums/sear...searchid=526412

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First, is your card actually supported by BackTrack?

Best bet before purchasing a card, make sure its supported for the purpose you intend to use it for.

http://www.backtrack-linux.org/bt/wireless-drivers/

Also, while some of us do use BackTrack, we don't know the compatibility of every card, nor would the creators of BackTrack, but if you want more help with this specific card, someone might have already asked the questions you are asking on the official BackTrack forums. A Quick search for wn422g yields many results: http://www.backtrack-linux.org/forums/sear...searchid=526412

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First, is your card actually supported by BackTrack?

Best bet before purchasing a card, make sure its supported for the purpose you intend to use it for.

http://www.backtrack-linux.org/bt/wireless-drivers/

Also, while some of us do use BackTrack, we don't know the compatibility of every card, nor would the creators of BackTrack, but if you want more help with this specific card, someone might have already asked the questions you are asking on the official BackTrack forums. A Quick search for wn422g yields many results: http://www.backtrack-linux.org/forums/sear...searchid=526412

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I've checked and its compatible but how do i make the backtrack identify the usb wifi adapter?????

Try a modprobe of the cards identifier. What that is I have no clue, but if its already supported, backtrack should show it after plugging it in when you do an ifconfig -a. If it doesnt show, then its not recognized and needs drivers installed for it.

My card for example is a ralink with the rt73 chipset. When I plug it in, it automatically sees it as the rt73usb, but because there are two different branches of cards with this same identifier, I actually remove rt73usb driver and installed a different one. After doing that I now have to do a modprobe rt73 to load the new driver for the card, which then shows up as rausb0 under ifconfig -a.

By the way, you might find the answer to your problem on that link I posted above. Many people seem to have the same problem with that card, see what their solution was to fix it(if they were able to)

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Try a modprobe of the cards identifier. What that is I have no clue, but if its already supported, backtrack should show it after plugging it in when you do an ifconfig -a. If it doesnt show, then its not recognized and needs drivers installed for it.

My card for example is a ralink with the rt73 chipset. When I plug it in, it automatically sees it as the rt73usb, but because there are two different branches of cards with this same identifier, I actually remove rt73usb driver and installed a different one. After doing that I now have to do a modprobe rt73 to load the new driver for the card, which then shows up as rausb0 under ifconfig -a.

By the way, you might find the answer to your problem on that link I posted above. Many people seem to have the same problem with that card, see what their solution was to fix it(if they were able to)

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