Solved: wireless card question

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XxShadowGhostxX

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Im running windows 7 home edition
intel core i3 dual core
4gb ram
satellite toshiba L745-S4310

Hi.I seem to be having a little issue here.I dont know if my wireless card supports 802.11n.It does not say anything in the wireless/advanced properties about it.My radio type through the router is using 802.11n,but how do i know if my wireless card is set to use 802.11n,if it even supports it? It does not show it.My wireless card is a "Atheros AR9002WB-1NG".If it does support it,how do i know if it is using it? I have read on a few different sites that it does not always show it.I just want to be sure that my wireless card and router are on the same page for optimal performance.Thankyou
 
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Press the Windows flag key + R and in the Run open field type: cmd (press enter)
In the command prompt type: netsh wlan show interface (press enter)
Look at the "Radio Type"
The AR9002WB-1NG does support N standard.
 

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well that was simple enough and to the point.Thankyou so much for the info.It is much apprciated :)
 
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