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I am currently unable to run my newly obtained TP-Link TL-WDN-4800 wireless card with Ubuntu 12.10 and I'm currently unable to get it working.

I've tried sudo modprobe ath9k, and that didn't change anything, so I added ath9k to the end of /etc/modules and that didn't work. I stubled upon this tread here and I treid the "fix" in post #2, but it didn't help.

What can I do to get it working?

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closed as too localized by James Jan 25 '13 at 18:46

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I got it working, after days of testing, it proved to be a faulty pci-e slot on my motherboard. Getting it fixed now. Sorry for the confusion.

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