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Old 13th August 2017, 07:31 AM
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TL-WDN4200 - Problem with connection [Ralink 2870 USB chip]

I have problem with wifi card TL-WDN4200 . When I download with full speed (ex. torrent) after few minutes I have problem with internet. I have connection with AP but I can't use internet even connect with router by website ( After plug out and plug in everything works good but problem is repeating.
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