[driverloader] Speed issues

Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
Fri Feb 13 17:34:32 EST 2004


if you have ACPI enabled on your computer, you might try without it to see if 
there is a difference. Please run the 'dmesg' command to know of to disable 
the ACPI support on the kernel boot command line.


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On Friday 13 February 2004 16:45, Dejan Cabrilo wrote:
> On Fri, 13 Feb 2004 13:25:16 -0600
> Dejan Cabrilo <dcabrilo at KU.EDU> wrote:
> > Hello everyone,
> >
> > I just started using driverloader with Dlink DWL 650 (revision M)
> > wireless adapter. When I first loaded them, it was working really slow
> > (access to the internet, etc). If I just used cable and natively
> > supported ethernet card, it worked just fine. Afterwards, the wireless
> > access started working good - speed was up to what it should be.
> >
> > However, now it works really slow again. I checked to see if I am on my
> > own network, changed authentication settings, channel, etc. but nothing
> > seems to help. I have a DSL connection that can usually go up 150kb/s,
> > but now it's stuck at 25-30kb/s.
> >
> > Does anyone have any ideas? I would greately appreciate if you do.
> > Distribution is Fedora Core 1, if it makes any difference.
> Ok, here is what I figured out so far: there must be some kind of conflict
> between mouse and card, because when I move the mouse, connection goes OK,
> when I don't it stalls. I am trying to figure out why and how it did work
> allright, and why it doesn't work now (i didn't change anything that I can
> remmember).
> Stiil, any ideas will be appreciated.
> Dejan Cabrilo
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