I recently bought an Asus K53SC-SX075V with an b/g/n-adapter: Centrino N 100.
First thing I did was exchange the standard HDD for a Solid State Drive and reinstall windows 7 64bit.
After installing the latest centrino N 100 driver from intel, link: http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&ProdId=3313&DwnldID=20123&ProductFamily=Wirel... http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&ProdId=3313&DwnldID=20123&ProductFamily=Wirel...
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But the problem is, the centrino N 100 won't run at 150Mbit (N-speeds), but at a merely 65Mbit.
Does anyone know how to resolve this?
well found it myself. Haven't been at it for a while, but today just wanted to figure it out.
Seems the problem was in the properties of the wireless-N 100 adapter.
In the properties - advanced tab there is a option called:"Ad Hoc QoS modus" which you can change to "WMM on" or "WMM off".
This was in the "off" position. When turning this on my wireless speeds immediately went from 5Mb/sec (not Mbit!!) to 9,8Mb/sec copying big files (20Gb+) on my local network. All other properties are in the default position.
So case closed. I'm one happy user now!! : )