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Hi,

I've been using a micro usb wireless card (RT5370) for a while now, it worked fine on lion.

I've now installed Mountain Lion, I used the install package that I have for 10.7 and it mostly works, only it doesn't ; ).

The MAC shows on boot, the ralink utility loads and shows my router, I have a profile saved with the router login details but the connection keeps cycling every few seconds.

Any ideas??

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wireless card (RT5370)-Check it kext for 64bit.Support....

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Got this from running kextstat:

60 0 0xffffff7f808f6000 0x94000 0x94000 com.Ralink.driver.RT2870USBWirelessDriver (4.1.8) <43 37 5 4 3 1>

How do I know if it's 64bit?

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Kext Wizard-kext info

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Yeah, kext wizard shows it having 64bit support.

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OK, if I open the network my wireless connection is fine, can't connect with WPA or wpa2 and for some reason my router doesn't seem to allow wep so I cant test that. :(

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OK, tested all security modes on my router, for some reason with any form of security enabled, there is some sort of DHCP error.

Any ideas?

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Conect DHCP with manualy IP

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Tried that one already :)

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Lol, yeah tried that too, I give up, I've set up a 2nd open wireless network with Mac filtering for now, I'm just going to have to buy a new card for my laptop I think.

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