Bigfoot Killer Wireless-N 1103 compatability

Discussion in 'Alienware 18 and M18x' started by rawhide85, Jun 11, 2011.

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  1. Aikimox

    Aikimox Weihenstephaner!

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    We ship worldwide, shouldn't be a problem ;)
     
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    Did you not install the bigfoot manager? I'm going insane. I'm on my second Bigfoot driver, Dell has sent me 2 now, and I'm having the same issues. It disconnects from the internet, but says it's still connected. Hangs for about 10 - 20 seconds then kicks back on...Going nuts.
     
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    Did you completely remove Intel Wifi drivers first?
     
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    Definitely. Wipe it clean of any Intel drivers. So I redownloaded the .183 drivers and how the hell do you install these? I destroyed anything Bigfoot from my system, CCleaned, restarted, installed the .exe and now my WiFi won't work but in the Bigfoot network manager it says Wireless card is disabled. I'm seriously about to punch this card in the face.

    Luckily I found a .213 version I still had downloaded and it worked fine. Latency seems ok, definitely not a fan of Bigfoot though.
     
  5. Muzyczuk

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    Hey, i would like to buy one!
    It's possible to send with 2 stickers?
    Thanks.

    ps. contact me at

    teamflashhouse@hotmail.com

    Thanks.
     
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    Not sure if it's the right place to ask but when transferring larger files to server via wireless 450mbps connection, I get speeds of 75Mbps until file transfer gets halfway and then slows to 3mbps. Using a TPlink WirelessN router and teracopy. Server is running raid5 ext4 filesystem. also running official KillerN drivers.
     
  7. Aikimox

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    Sure, you can have it with 2 stickers :) Email sent.

    I have a similar setup, but a slower router (216MBs max) and copying large files never drops below 150. What speeds do you get with smaller files?

    I think, the best option is to contact Bigfoot support directly. They have been pretty helpful so far.
     
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    Aikimox, sent you a PM for pricing :)
     
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    Your order should ship tomorrow ;)
     
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    I am new to this site so I might have posted this to the wrong place.
    I accidently uninstalled my Network Manager. Now I can't hook up to my wireless source point. Is there any way to get this back or do I have to restore to factory default?
     
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