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I've created a bootable usb stick, under windows, and checked the disk is OK. Load the try Ubuntu option and, as with 11.04 and 11.10, it can't find the D-Link adaptor.

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It seems driver for this USB wifi adapter doesn't work "out of the box" as said on the official Ubuntu support page. Check this guide:

It's in spanish but commands worked fine for me. Regards.

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