ASUS NX1001

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thewombat

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Hello guys,

I want to switch from Windows 7 to Linux Manjaro. I attempted to do this once but I ended up with all my files lost (young and restless). This was because Linux Mint didn't recognise my network card so I panicked and reinstalled Windows. So, my question is... do I need to change my Network Card?

L.E.: Oh, also... if I am here already... will my external NTFS HDD Seagate Expansion Drive be recognised?
 


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GrumpyOldMan

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Really depends on what your network card's chipset is. Figure that out, and we can tell you (or you can check the linux wireless page: http://wireless.kernel.org/).

Some manufacturers do a better job on support than others.
 
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thewombat

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So.. after downloading HWiNFO (because I couldn't figure out what I had to do on that site your gave me) here is what I found:

Network Card: Sundance Technology/IC Plus IP100A Integrated 10/100 Ethernet MAC+PHY
Driver Version: 5.1.7.928
Hardware ID: PCI\VEN_13F0&DEV_0200&SUBSYS_82131043&REV_31
DeviceInstanceId PCI\VEN_13F0&DEV_0200&SUBSYS_82131043&REV_31\4&1687D01D&0&08F0

If this is too much of a hassle will TP-LINK TF-3200 work straight-up without any tweaking? Or... another card recommandation?
 

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