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You will want to check in your device manager to see if the network card is not being recognized and you will be able to update the driver there.
For windows XP, rght click on my computer, select properties and then select "ahrdware" and device manager.
For windows VIsta and 7, go to your control panel and open Device manager there.
Once open, you should see a network adapter with a yellow question mark or yellow exclamation mark beside it.
In either case, make sure the driver disk is in your disk drive, right click on the network adapter and select "update driver"; then just select the "recommended" options and follow through.
If this still doesn't work, try uninstalling the device from the device manager and then install the drivers using the disk.
Are you pinging from the same subnet? If not, you will need to have a default gateway. Type "ifconfig -a" to verify you configuration. Type "netstat -r" to see check the routing. And type "netstat -i" to see if there is any traffic on the interface.
Not all devices are supported under linux. Especially when it comes to wireless devices. I have searched several suse forums and have not yet found anyone who has gotten the 8313 to work. Your best bet if using linux and needing wifi connectivity is to use either a prism chipset device or atheros chipset device. Netgear makes several devices that work under linux.
To make sure the device really is not working try going to a console and type as root "iwconfig -a" if nothing shows your device is for sure not installed.
You might have to open your pc and remove the wireless card to make sure which revision the card is since installing the wrong drivers can cause this exact problem!
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the rangemax may be 108mbps transfer speed, but are your wireless network adapters able to run at 108mbps?, as most earlier ones will only run at 54 mpbs, especially notebook wireless adapters.
You will only gain on 108mbps transfer speed when file transfering or streaming to each pc, it will not speed up your internet connection, although you probably already are aware of that.
Possibly you are using an older driver for this wireless card, check with www.linksys.com too see if thier is not an updated driver for your card which includes the monitor mode you are looking for or download a network monitoring tool like netmon from www.download.com