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- Chipset: Realtek RTL8180L
- pciid: 1186:3300
- Driver: Driver for RTL8180L from http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloads1-3.aspx?Keyword=8180
D-Link-provided drivers give huge system lags, system stops responding for full seconds at a time. The Realtek driver works well, but to make the driver recognize the card you must manually edit the file NET8180.INF and change all references to the pci-id 10ec:8180 into 1186:3300.
Note that you much change 8180 to 3300 only when it appears near or next to 10ec, and leave it otherwise. See http://www.xs4all.nl/~bsamwel/dwl-510-on-linux-2.6.html .
Comment: There is not allways a true! I use D-Link drivers, and they works fine for me, better than Realtek drivers, http://suncez.e-data.net.pl/download/V5.162.1030.2003.zip see http://rtl8180.prv.pl suncez