The archive contains version 7. I’m wondering whether the latest hardware version with Atheros chip is capable of more than what D-Link markets it as. Get the perfect match for your driver More than 5 million happy users. JTS33 Member May 3: So what part of my previous post did you not understand?
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Thanks for setting me straight – I’ve learned something, and it’s even more complex than I appreciated! JTS33 Member May 3: This driver was rated with an average of 3. If your User Access Control Service UAC is running please confirm the installation of the driver and run the setup with administrative rights. This is the case with quite a few previous wireless adapters, including ones from D-Link.
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Download Qualcomm Atheros wireless driver for ARGS and Windows 8
Which explains why different drivers are required for the different hardware revisions – but in the specific case you quote, it really was a different product using an wireless chipset which implemented a non-standard extension to IEEE JTS33 Member May 4: JTS33 Member May 9: Tsume Premium Member join: Jul 8 2: The unit only does up to 54Mbps Does that mean with the right driver, it can support SuperG?
I figured someone out there has a C1 or C2 and already tried. A good start would be one of the generic lists which attempt to track this – but you will likely find that these are Linux-oriented.
Please support our project by allowing our site to show ads. Basher13 Member May 1: Probably it does, but I bet D-Link crapped on them or something so they can’t.
D-Link DWL-G630 rev C2
Unfortunately the DWL-G isn’t mentioned but I believe that different hardware revisions have been manufactured with Marvell and Atheros chipsets. It is as simple as that to install a Windows driver!
Are we seeing the end of the road for the Windows NT kernel? Confusingly, different hardware revisions of the Ddl have used different wireless chipsets: But thanks for your input If I asked the same question back then for theyou’d probably be linking me to D-Link pages and saying “what part of 11Mbps do you not understand? Advertising seems to be blocked by your browser.
There is no digital signature available for this driver. You really need to understand specifically what is inside the card.
Atheros D-Link AirPlus G DWL-G630 Wireless Cardbus Adapter(rev.D) drivers for Windows 10 x86
The developer of this t630 was Atheros Communications Inc. Why not try the generic Atheros drivers and see what happens? Video doorbell without WiFi?
So, what part of 54Mbps do you not understand? Still useful of course – find one here: