How Can I Make My IC 2G with Realtek 8814AU 802.11ac Network Adapter

  1. DeriLoko3's Avatar
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    How Can I Make My IC 2G with Realtek 8814AU 802.11ac Network Adapter


    How can I make my Internet connection 2G with this Broadcom 802.11ac Network Adapter?

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    My 5G network is down, so I decided to switch my network to 2G. This is why I need your help.
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    Sorry for 2g choose 2.4 first
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  3. DeriLoko3's Avatar
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    My Broadcom 802.11ac Network Adapter does not have Preferred Band and Wireless Mode.

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    How Can I Make My IC 2G with Realtek 8814AU 802.11ac Network Adapter


    How can I make my Internet connection 2G with this Realtek 8814AU 802.11ac Network Adapter?

    My
    Realtek 8814AU 802.11ac network adapter does not have Preferred Band, and it does not have 802.11a/b/g in Wireless Mode.

    Also, it keeps getting disconnected. I think that it must be heat or something.

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    Code:
    SSID: NETGEAR58
    Protocol: Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n)
    Security type: WPA2-Personal
    Network band: 2.4 GHz
    Network channel: 10
    Link speed (Receive/Transmit): 144/144 (Mbps)
    IPv4 address: 192.168.1.13
    IPv4 DNS servers: 192.168.1.1
    Manufacturer: Realtek Semiconductor Corp.
    Description: Realtek 8814AU Wireless LAN 802.11ac USB NIC
    Driver version: 1030.38.712.2019
    Physical address (MAC): 1C-BF-CE-76-A8-C5
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  5. Berton's Avatar
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    I think all Wireless/Wi-Fi adapters default to the 2.4G mode with newer ones having 5G support but it also depends upon whether the Wireless Router supports it. I have a Notebook that loses connection between its 802.11ac adapter and the 802.11n Router [may be time to get a new Router but so far getting the full speed being paid for]. To regain the connection I just put it in Airplane mode then back into Wireless in the Actin Center or use the keyboard shortcut of the Fn key + the PrntScrn key to turn it off then back on. Some Notebooks will have an actual switch to do the same or have other Fn combinations.
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  6. DeriLoko3's Avatar
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    Even though my 5G Internet connection is down, my Realtek 8814AU 802.11ac network adapter can use a 2.4G Internet connection, which it now responds like it has a 5G network.
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