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Downloading the new realtek 8192cu software/driver requires installing software that after installed functions more like an router and has to be changed to access point to achieve 300mb

see photos attached;

The biggest problem is, it creates a access point; when you check to login to a new service, it shows your desktop and UNSECURED mode...
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Re: Software Related to realtek issue "Errrr 9" security level high
« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2015, 01:58:54 AM »
Log into the USB adapter and check to see if you can change the Channel Width from 20/40MHz to just 40MHz and that should force the n speeds.

Something to bear in mind when changing the Channel Width is if you are using any Apple products, they didn't used to like the 40MHz band, but the USB adapter will revert to the slowest device of the g speeds of 58Mbps, so if any devices don't work when changing to just 40MHz, you'll know the reason why.
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Re: Software Related to realtek issue "Errrr 9" security level high
« Reply #2 on: March 17, 2015, 05:31:11 AM »
Log into the USB adapter and check to see if you can change the Channel Width from 20/40MHz to just 40MHz and that should force the n speeds.

Something to bear in mind when changing the Channel Width is if you are using any Apple products, they didn't used to like the 40MHz band, but the USB adapter will revert to the slowest device of the g speeds of 58Mbps, so if any devices don't work when changing to just 40MHz, you'll know the reason why.

its limited setting ; however, if we install the realtek software version, it achieves that speed.
so why the high alert? it installs itself as a router and ads firewall commands... in order for it to achieve 300 speed, one must adjust it as a login, however, then look up  connect or disconnect to wifi, it will show your computer, i think is call for a high alert.

we can tweak the settings without adding the realtek software virus!
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Re: Software Related to realtek issue "Errrr 9" security level high
« Reply #3 on: March 17, 2015, 06:05:57 AM »
I'm not quite sure what you mean about this Error 9.

When I said log into the router, I meant by going on line and entering its Default Gateway into the URL search box.

It could be something like 192.168.1.1 but if you open a command prompt and enter ipconfig /all - that will display the details, although its Default Gateway should be somewhere on what it came packaged in.

The Channel Width setting should be somewhere in the Wireless settings may give you a better choice than going into the adapter's Properties in Device Manager.

One other thing to look for is if the Channel Mode is set to Auto instead of a specific channel.

It has crossed my mind that if it's set to Auto then it could have been switching when you were previously trying to download that other Vista ISO.

If it changes channel while you're downloading a large file or streaming HD, you will see the disruption to your connection.

Having checked if it's set to Auto and it is, open a command prompt and enter netsh wlan show networks mode=bssid

That will display your SSID as well as any other local users with their SSIDs.

The signal strength is shown as a percentage and which channel each are broadcasting on.

Look for any sharing or adjacent to your channel and as long as their signal strength is <50% they shouldn't interfere with your signal, but it's best to find the least populated that doesn't have any either sharing or adjacent with those signal strengths and one that gives you the strongest strength.

Any with a signal strength say in excess of 55 - 60% will disrupt your WiFi.
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Re: Software Related to realtek issue "Errrr 9" security level high
« Reply #4 on: March 17, 2015, 08:24:01 AM »
I'm not quite sure what you mean about this Error 9.

When I said log into the router, I meant by going on line and entering its Default Gateway into the URL search box.

It could be something like 192.168.1.1 but if you open a command prompt and enter ipconfig /all - that will display the details, although its Default Gateway should be somewhere on what it came packaged in.

The Channel Width setting should be somewhere in the Wireless settings may give you a better choice than going into the adapter's Properties in Device Manager.

One other thing to look for is if the Channel Mode is set to Auto instead of a specific channel.

It has crossed my mind that if it's set to Auto then it could have been switching when you were previously trying to download that other Vista ISO.

If it changes channel while you're downloading a large file or streaming HD, you will see the disruption to your connection.

Having checked if it's set to Auto and it is, open a command prompt and enter netsh wlan show networks mode=bssid

That will display your SSID as well as any other local users with their SSIDs.

The signal strength is shown as a percentage and which channel each are broadcasting on.

Look for any sharing or adjacent to your channel and as long as their signal strength is <50% they shouldn't interfere with your signal, but it's best to find the least populated that doesn't have any either sharing or adjacent with those signal strengths and one that gives you the strongest strength.

Any with a signal strength say in excess of 55 - 60% will disrupt your WiFi.

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Re: Software Related to realtek issue "Errrr 9" security level high
« Reply #5 on: March 17, 2015, 08:49:18 AM »
As you have found, it's a router/USB adapter setting but will only give you the full 300Mbps if you aren't using any g devices.

EDIT - Open a command prompt and enter netsh wlan show networks mode=bssid to see if you are on the best channel.
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Re: Software Related to realtek issue "Errrr 9" security level high
« Reply #6 on: March 17, 2015, 11:10:20 PM »
As you have found, it's a router/USB adapter setting but will only give you the full 300Mbps if you aren't using any g devices.

EDIT - Open a command prompt and enter netsh wlan show networks mode=bssid to see if you are on the best channel.

couple things here;

have applied this tweak; will see if it helps.

http://www.tweaking.com/articles/pages/increase_network_performance,1.html
Did not resolve the main issues of Wifi/speed

Will add this to the beta testing;
http://sztianhao.en.alibaba.com/product/1747408995-219167992/Realtek_RTL_8192CU_Wireless_Wifi_USB_Adapter_300Mbps_High_Speed_USB_Wifi_Network_Card.html#!



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Re: Software Related to realtek issue "Errrr 9" security level high
« Reply #7 on: March 18, 2015, 02:01:22 AM »
Those tweaks that you've done are Ethernet related for file transfer using the Atheros Gigabit LAN.

I would try a different channel as 70% isn't that good.

Did the netsh command pick up any other SSIDs besides what you've attached ?

This is what I get from an ISP supplied router (2nd one down on 94%)

Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]
Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.

C:\Windows\system32>netsh wlan show networks mode=bssid

Interface name : Wireless Network Connection
There are 6 networks currently visible.

SSID 1 : TALKTALK-693AE7
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Personal
    Encryption              : CCMP
    BSSID 1                 : d8:fe:e3:69:3a:e7
         Signal             : 50%
         Radio type         : 802.11n
         Channel            : 11
         Basic rates (Mbps) : 1 2 5.5 11
         Other rates (Mbps) : 6 9 12 18 24 36 48 54

SSID 2 : TALKTALK-5F4808
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Personal
    Encryption              : CCMP
    BSSID 1                 : 48:ee:0c:5f:48:08
         Signal             : 94%
         Radio type         : 802.11n
         Channel            : 6
         Basic rates (Mbps) : 1 2 5.5 11
         Other rates (Mbps) : 6 9 12 18 24 36 48 54

SSID 3 : SKY5BFF3
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Personal
    Encryption              : CCMP
    BSSID 1                 : 7c:4c:a5:a0:9f:7d
         Signal             : 36%
         Radio type         : 802.11n
         Channel            : 1
         Basic rates (Mbps) : 1 2 5.5 11
         Other rates (Mbps) : 6 9 12 18 24 36 48 54

SSID 4 : BTWifi-X
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Enterprise
    Encryption              : CCMP
    BSSID 1                 : 32:62:2c:6a:66:ba
         Signal             : 36%
         Radio type         : 802.11n
         Channel            : 1
         Basic rates (Mbps) : 1 2 5.5 11
         Other rates (Mbps) : 6 9 12 18 24 36 48 54

SSID 5 : BTHub5-N3KS
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Personal
    Encryption              : CCMP
    BSSID 1                 : 00:62:2c:6a:66:ba
         Signal             : 36%
         Radio type         : 802.11n
         Channel            : 1
         Basic rates (Mbps) : 1 2 5.5 11
         Other rates (Mbps) : 6 9 12 18 24 36 48 54

SSID 6 : TALKTALK-0E9334
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Personal
    Encryption              : CCMP
    BSSID 1                 : e8:cc:18:0e:93:34
         Signal             : 45%
         Radio type         : 802.11n
         Channel            : 10
         Basic rates (Mbps) : 1 2 5.5 11
         Other rates (Mbps) : 6 9 12 18 24 36 48 54
    BSSID 2                 : 18:28:61:2d:d6:33
         Signal             : 46%
         Radio type         : 802.11n
         Channel            : 10
         Basic rates (Mbps) : 1 2 5.5 11
         Other rates (Mbps) : 6 9 12 18 24 36 48 54


C:\Windows\system32>

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Re: Software Related to realtek issue "Errrr 9" security level high
« Reply #8 on: March 18, 2015, 01:21:36 PM »
Yes, here it is, already posted above...

see it?


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Re: Software Related to realtek issue "Errrr 9" security level high
« Reply #9 on: March 18, 2015, 05:14:45 PM »
Yes, here it is, already posted above...

see it?

Yes, but while 70% is adequate, you should be able to get a stronger signal strength by changing the channel - why did you change from channel 11 to channel 8 ?

Microwave ovens operate around channel 9 and if you are within 10ft of one, on channel 8 you could get a channel overlap interference if it's on when you are using your computer.
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Re: Software Related to realtek issue "Errrr 9" security level high
« Reply #10 on: March 19, 2015, 04:12:37 AM »
Yes, here it is, already posted above...

see it?

Yes, but while 70% is adequate, you should be able to get a stronger signal strength by changing the channel - why did you change from channel 11 to channel 8 ?

Microwave ovens operate around channel 9 and if you are within 10ft of one, on channel 8 you could get a channel overlap interference if it's on when you are using your computer.

yes you are right, auto it is

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Re: Software Related to realtek issue "Errrr 9" security level high
« Reply #11 on: March 19, 2015, 04:39:29 AM »
Yes, but in your earlier screenshot it was displayed as being set to channel 11 and not to Auto, yet the netsh command showed you are now on channel 8 ?
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Re: Software Related to realtek issue "Errrr 9" security level high
« Reply #12 on: March 19, 2015, 01:05:06 PM »
after setting to auto; lets start over;
now were on channel 13 and only at 130mb, should be 300mb

For reference; were using a netgear jndr router;
we recently added the newer bios to the router;
we have checked www.speedguide.net for all possible settings;
we have noticed the realtek has gone back to the xp platform and using a software platform to achieve the results we were getting without the software.

Microsoft Windows [Version 6.0.6002]
Copyright (c) 2006 Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.

C:\Users\Sourcing>netsh wlan show networks mode=bssid

Interface Name : Wireless Network Connection
There are 6 networks currently visible.

SSID 1 : 20M 29556489
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Personal
    Encryption              : CCMP
    BSSID 1                 : 5c:63:bf:cc:ac:72
         Signal             : 72%
         Radio Type         : 802.11n
         Channel            : 6
         Basic Rates (Mbps) : 1 2 5.5 11
         Other Rates (Mbps) : 6 9 12 18 24 36 48 54

SSID 2 : NETGEAR-Guest
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Personal
    Encryption              : CCMP
    BSSID 1                 : 46:94:fc:5f:7b:e4
         Signal             : 70%
         Radio Type         : 802.11n
         Channel            : 13
         Basic Rates (Mbps) : 1 2
         Other Rates (Mbps) : 5.5 6 9 11 12 18 24 36 48 54

SSID 3 : NETGEAR33
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Personal
    Encryption              : CCMP
    BSSID 1                 : 44:94:fc:5f:7b:e3
         Signal             : 70%
         Radio Type         : 802.11n
         Channel            : 13
         Basic Rates (Mbps) : 1 2
         Other Rates (Mbps) : 5.5 6 9 11 12 18 24 36 48 54

SSID 4 : TP-LINK_793E
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Personal
    Encryption              : CCMP
    BSSID 1                 : d8:15:0d:f8:79:3e
         Signal             : 43%
         Radio Type         : 802.11n
         Channel            : 1
         Basic Rates (Mbps) : 1 2 5.5 11
         Other Rates (Mbps) : 6 9 12 18 24 36 48 54

SSID 5 : TP308
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Personal
    Encryption              : CCMP
    BSSID 1                 : 38:83:45:32:7f:a0
         Signal             : 43%
         Radio Type         : 802.11n
         Channel            : 11
         Basic Rates (Mbps) : 1 2 5.5 11
         Other Rates (Mbps) : 6 9 12 18 24 36 48 54

SSID 6 : wudi
    Network type            : Infrastructure
    Authentication          : WPA2-Personal
    Encryption              : CCMP
    BSSID 1                 : 28:2c:b2:b2:44:a0
         Signal             : 43%
         Radio Type         : 802.11n
         Channel            : 11
         Basic Rates (Mbps) : 1 2 5.5 11
         Other Rates (Mbps) : 6 9 12 18 24 36 48 54


============================================

The issue is, understanding these settings and their limitations;

[Country]
AutoSelected=1
xxnCountry=2

[WLan Utility]
WZC=0
RtWLanTitle="REALTEK 11n USB Wireless LAN Utility"
MANUFACTURER="REALTEK"
Model_Name="REALTEK 11n USB Wireless LAN"
NO_Adapter_TEXT1="REALTEK 11n USB Wireless LAN Utility"
NO_Adapter_TEXT2="Realtek Semiconductor Corp."
NO_Adapter_TEXT3="Copyright (c) 2003-2012"

[UI Config]
ICS_Page_SHOW="1"
MACfilterPage_SHOW="0"
AP_Mode_ENABLE="1"
AP_Mode_WPA_PSK_ENABLE="1"
WPA2_ENABLE="1"
AP_WPA2_ENABLE="1"
WDS_AP_Mode_ENABLE="0"
RT_SET_ENABLE="0"
802_1X_SHOW="1"
Link_ANY_ENABLE="0"

EzConfigPage_SHOW="0"
SimpleConfigPage_SHOW="0"
WiFiProtectSetPage_SHOW="1"
External_Registrar_SHOW="0"
AdvancedPage_SHOW="0"
DbgWnd_SHOW="0"
WLANModeTo90="0"

PowerSave_SHOW="0"
TurboMode_SHOW="0"
WirelessMode_SHOW="0"
PREAMBLE_SHOW="0"
Channel_Plan_SHOW="0"
XLink_SHOW="0"
WMM_SHOW="0"
RTS_Threshold_SHOW="0"
Fragment_Threshold_SHOW="0"
WOL_SHOW="0"
DATA_RATE_SHOW="0"
Throughput_SHOW="0"

[98UI Config]
AP_Mode_ENABLE="0"
AP_Mode_WPA_PSK_ENABLE="0"
WPA2_ENABLE="1"
WDS_AP_Mode_ENABLE="0"
RT_SET_ENABLE="1"
802_1X_SHOW="1"

EzConfigPage_SHOW="0"
SimpleConfigPage_SHOW="0"
WiFiProtectSetPage_SHOW="0"

PowerSave_SHOW="1"
TurboMode_SHOW="1"
WirelessMode_SHOW="1"
PREAMBLE_SHOW="1"
Channel_Plan_SHOW="1"
XLink_SHOW="1"
WMM_SHOW="1"
RTS_Threshold_SHOW="1"
Fragment_Threshold_SHOW="1"
WOL_SHOW="0"
DATA_RATE_SHOW="0"

===================================================
AND THESE SETTINGS TOO;
===================================================

;; netrtwlanu.inf
;;
;; Realtek Wireless 802.11b/g/n USB 2.0 Network Adapter
;;
;; Copyright (C) 2012 Realtek Semiconductor Corp.
;;
;; This release is primarily for WHQL test.
;;

;; FOR XP/Vista/Win7/Win8

[Version]
Signature   = "$Windows NT$"
Class      = Net
ClassGUID   = {4d36e972-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}
Provider   = %Realtek%
CatalogFile.NT   = netrtwlanu.cat      ;; for WHQL certified
DriverVer = 09/12/2012,1021.3.0912.2012

[Manufacturer]
%Realtek% = Realtek,NTx86.6.0
%PCI% = PCI,NTx86.6.0
%Sitecom% = Sitecom,NTx86.6.0
%EDIMAX% = EDIMAX,NTx86.6.0
%Abocom% = Abocom,NTx86.6.0
%Amigo% = Amigo,NTx86.6.0
%Hercules% = Hercules,NTx86.6.0
%DLink% = DLink,NTx86.6.0
%Belkin% = Belkin,NTx86.6.0
%Zyxel% = Zyxel,NTx86.6.0
%ATKK% = ATKK,NTx86.6.0
%TRENDnet% = TRENDnet,NTx86.6.0
%Feixun% = Feixun,NTx86.6.0
%NetweeN% = NetweeN,NTx86.6.0
%XAVI% = XAVI,NTx86.6.0
%Netgear% = Netgear,NTx86.6.0
%Oar_Inc% = Oar_Inc,NTx86.6.0
%ASUS% = ASUS,NTx86.6.0
%HAWKING% = HAWKING,NTx86.6.0
%Compare% = Compare,NTx86.6.0
%IO_DATA% = IO_DATA,NTx86.6.0
%Logitec% = Logitec,NTx86.6.0
%TPLINK% = TPLINK,NTx86.6.0
%Actiontec% = Actiontec,NTx86.6.0


[ControlFlags]
ExcludeFromSelect = *

[Realtek.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192C RTK common      ================================================================
%RTL8188cu.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0BFF&PID_8160                        ; RTK 88CU board for B/G/N     
%RTL8188cu.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_8176                        ; RTK 88CU board for B/G/N
%RTL8188cu.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_8176&REV_0200&SS
%RTL8188cu_G.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu_G.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_8177                     ; RTK 88CU board for B/G
%RTL8188cu_G.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu_G.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_8177&REV_0200&SS
%RTL8188ce_vau.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_8170                     ; RTK 88CE_VAU board for B/G/N
%RTL8188ce_vau.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_8170&REV_0200&SS
%RTL8188ce_vau_G.DeviceDesc%       = RTL8192cu_G.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_817E                  ; RTK 88CE_VAU board for B/G
%RTL8188ce_vau_G.DeviceDesc%       = RTL8192cu_G.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_817E&REV_0200&SS
%RTL8192ce_vau.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_817C                     ; RTK 92CE_VAU board for B/G/N
%RTL8192ce_vau.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_817C&REV_0200&SS
%RTL8188cu_slim_solo.DeviceDesc%    = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_817A                  ; RTK slim_solo board for B/G/N
%RTL8188cu_slim_solo.DeviceDesc%    = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_817A&REV_0200&SS
%RTL8188cu_slim_solo_lc.DeviceDesc% = RTL8192cu_wow.ndi,    USB\VID_0BDA&PID_819A               ; LC slim solo for BGN.
%RTL8188cu_slim_solo_lc.DeviceDesc% = RTL8192cu_wow.ndi,    USB\VID_0BDA&PID_819A&REV_0200&SS
%RTL8188cu_slim_combo.DeviceDesc%    = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_817B               ; RTK slim_combo board for B/G/N
%RTL8188cu_slim_combo.DeviceDesc%    = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_817B&REV_0200&SS
%RTL8188ru.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_817F                        ; RTK 88RU board for B/G/N
%RTL8188ru.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_817F&REV_0200&SS
%RTL8188ru.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_317F                        ; RTK 88RU board for B/G/N
%RTL8188ru.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_317F&REV_0200&SS
%RTL8188cus_vl.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_818A                        ; RTK 88RU board for B/G/N
%RTL8188cus_vl.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_818A&REV_0200&SS
%RTL8188cu.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_103C&PID_1629                        ; HP/Liteon board for B/G/N
%RTL8192cu.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_8192
%RTL8192cu.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_8178                        ; RTK 92CU board for B/G/N
%RTL8192cu.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_8178&REV_0200&SS
%RTK_AZ88vau.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_13D3&PID_3358                        ; AZ 88CE_VAU for B/G/N
%RTK_AZ88vau.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_13D3&PID_3358&REV_0200&SS
%RTK_AZ88vau_G.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu_G.ndi,       USB\VID_13D3&PID_3359                     ; AZ 88CE_VAU for B/G
%RTK_AZ88vau_G.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu_G.ndi,       USB\VID_13D3&PID_3359&REV_0200&SS
%RTK_AZ88cus.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_13D3&PID_3357                        ; AZ 88CUS for B/G/N
%RTK_AZ88cus.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_13D3&PID_3357&REV_0200&SS
%RTL8188ctv.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0BDA&PID_018A                        ; 8188CTV for BGN test only.

;; For 8192D RTK common      ================================================================
%RTL8192du.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192du.ndi,    USB\VID_0BDA&PID_8194
%RTL8192du.DeviceDesc%           = RTL8192du.ndi,    USB\VID_0BDA&PID_8111
%RTL8192du0.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192du0.ndi,    USB\VID_0BDA&PID_8193&MI_00
%RTL8192du1.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192du1.ndi,    USB\VID_0BDA&PID_8193&MI_01
%RTL8192du2.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192du0.ndi,    USB\VID_0BDA&PID_0193&MI_00
%RTL8192du3.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192du1.ndi,    USB\VID_0BDA&PID_0193&MI_01

;; For 8723 RTK common      ================================================================
%RTL8723au.DeviceDesc%           = RTL8723au.ndi,    USB\VID_0BDA&PID_872B
%RTL8723au.DeviceDesc%           = RTL8723au.ndi,    USB\VID_0BDA&PID_8725&MI_02
%RTL8723au.DeviceDesc%           = RTL8723au.ndi,    USB\VID_0BDA&PID_0723&MI_02
%RTL8723au.DeviceDesc%           = RTL8723au.ndi,    USB\VID_0BDA&PID_0724&MI_02
%RTL8723au.DeviceDesc%           = RTL8723au.ndi,    USB\VID_0BDA&PID_0724&REV_0200&MI_02&SS
%RTL8723au.DeviceDesc%           = RTL8723au.ndi,    USB\VID_0BDA&PID_1724&MI_02
%RTL8723au.DeviceDesc%           = RTL8723au.ndi,    USB\VID_0BDA&PID_1724&REV_0200&MI_02&SS
%RTL8723au.DeviceDesc%           = RTL8723au.ndi,    USB\VID_0BDA&PID_A724

;; For 8188E RTK common      ================================================================
%RTL8188eu.DeviceDesc%           = RTL8188eu.ndi,    USB\VID_0BDA&PID_8179
%RTL8188eu.DeviceDesc%           = RTL8188eu.ndi,    USB\VID_0BDA&PID_8179&REV_0200&SS
%RTL8188ee_vau.DeviceDesc%        = RTL8188eu.ndi,    USB\VID_0BDA&PID_A179
%RTL8188ee_vau.DeviceDesc%        = RTL8188eu.ndi,    USB\VID_0BDA&PID_A179&REV_0200&SS





[PCI.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192C PCI         ================================================================
%PCI.DeviceDesc%                = RTL8192cu.ndi,    USB\VID_2019&PID_ED17
%PCI-2.DeviceDesc%                = RTL8192cu.ndi,    USB\VID_2019&PID_4902
%PCI_Abocom88cu.DeviceDesc%       = RTL8192cu.ndi,    USB\VID_2019&PID_AB2A
%PCI_Abocom92cu.DeviceDesc%       = RTL8192cu.ndi,    USB\VID_2019&PID_AB2B
%PCI_Vencer.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,    USB\VID_2019&PID_1201

;; For 8192D PCI         ================================================================
%PCI_Abocom_du0.DeviceDesc%       = RTL8192du0.ndi,   USB\VID_2019&PID_AB2C&MI_00
%PCI_Abocom_du1.DeviceDesc%       = RTL8192du1.ndi,   USB\VID_2019&PID_AB2C&MI_01
%PCI_3_du0.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192du0.ndi,   USB\VID_2019&PID_4903&MI_00
%PCI_3_du1.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192du1.ndi,   USB\VID_2019&PID_4903&MI_01
%PCI_4_du0.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192du0.ndi,   USB\VID_2019&PID_4904&MI_00
%PCI_4_du1.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192du1.ndi,   USB\VID_2019&PID_4904&MI_01
%PCIWIDI_92DU.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192du.ndi,    USB\VID_2019&PID_AB2D

[Sitecom.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192C SITECOM         ================================================================
%Sitecom.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192cu.ndi, USB\VID_0DF6&PID_0052
%Sitecom_UN.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi, USB\VID_0DF6&PID_005C
%Sitecom_HG.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi, USB\VID_0DF6&PID_0061
%Sitecom_0070.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi, USB\VID_0DF6&PID_0070

[EDIMAX.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192C EDIMAX         ================================================================
%EDIMAX.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,    USB\VID_7392&PID_7811
%EDIMAX300.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,    USB\VID_7392&PID_7822
;; For 8192D EDIMAX         ================================================================
%EDIMAX5G.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192du_5G.ndi,    USB\VID_0BDA&PID_E194

[Abocom.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192C ABOCOM         ================================================================
%Abocom.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,    USB\VID_07B8&PID_8189
%Abocom92cu.DeviceDesc%       = RTL8192cu.ndi,    USB\VID_07B8&PID_8178

[Actiontec.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192D Actiontec         ================================================================
%Actiontec.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192du.ndi,    USB\VID_1668&PID_8102

;; For 8192D ABOCOM         ================================================================
%Abocom_92DU0.DeviceDesc%       = RTL8192du0.ndi,    USB\VID_07B8&PID_8193&MI_00
%Abocom_92DU1.DeviceDesc%       = RTL8192du1.ndi,    USB\VID_07B8&PID_8193&MI_01

[Amigo.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192C AMIGO         ================================================================
%Amigo.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192cu.ndi,    USB\VID_0EB0&PID_9071

[Hercules.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192C HERCULES      ================================================================
%Hercules.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,    USB\VID_06F8&PID_E033
%Hercules-E035.DeviceDesc%       = RTL8192cu.ndi,    USB\VID_06F8&PID_E035

[DLink.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192C DLINK         ================================================================
%DLink-1.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,    USB\VID_2001&PID_330A
%DLink-2.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,    USB\VID_2001&PID_3309
%DLink-3.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,    USB\VID_2001&PID_3308
%DLink-4.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,    USB\VID_2001&PID_3307
%DLink-5.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,    USB\VID_2001&PID_330B

%DLink-DWA151.DeviceDesc%       = RTL8192du.ndi,    USB\VID_2001&PID_330C

[Belkin.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192C BELKIN         ================================================================
%Belkin.DeviceDesc%          = Belkin.ndi,       USB\VID_050D&PID_1102
%Belkin-2.DeviceDesc%          = Belkin.ndi,       USB\VID_050D&PID_2102
%Belkin-3.DeviceDesc%          = Belkin.ndi,       USB\VID_050D&PID_2103
%Belkin-4.DeviceDesc%          = Belkin.ndi,       USB\VID_050D&PID_1004

;; For 8192D BELKIN         ================================================================
%Belkin-N600DB.DeviceDesc%       = BelkinN600.ndi,    USB\VID_050D&PID_110A
%Belkin-N450DB.DeviceDesc%       = BelkinN450.ndi,    USB\VID_050D&PID_1105
%Belkin-N300DB.DeviceDesc%       = BelkinN300.ndi,    USB\VID_050D&PID_120A

[Zyxel.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192C ZYXEL         ================================================================
%Zyxel.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192cu.ndi,    USB\VID_0586&PID_341F

[ATKK.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192C ATKK         ================================================================
%ATKK.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_07AA&PID_0056

[TRENDnet.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192C TREDENT         ================================================================
%TRENDnet.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_20F4&PID_648B
%TRENDnet_2.DeviceDesc%       = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_20F4&PID_624D

;; For 8192D TREDENT         ================================================================
%TRENDnet_3_du.DeviceDesc%      = RTL8192du.ndi,       USB\VID_20F4&PID_664B

[Feixun.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192C FEXIUN         ================================================================
%Feixun.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_4855&PID_0090            ; Feixun 88CUS for B/G/N
%Feixun.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_4855&PID_0091            ; Feixun 92CU for B/G/N

[NetweeN.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192C NETWEEN         ================================================================
%NetweeN.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_4856&PID_0091         ; Feixun 8188CUS for B/G/N

[XAVI.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192C XAVI         ================================================================
%XAVI.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_04F2&PID_AFF7            ; XAVI 88CUSlim solo for B/G/N
%XAVI.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_04F2&PID_AFF9            ; XAVI 88CUSlim solo for B/G/N
%XAVI.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_04F2&PID_AFFA            ; XAVI 88CUSlim solo for B/G/N
%XAVI88cusc.DeviceDesc%       = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_04F2&PID_AFF8            ; XAVI 88CUSlim combo for B/G/N
%XAVI88cusc.DeviceDesc%       = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_04F2&PID_AFFB            ; XAVI 88CUSlim combo for B/G/N
%XAVI88cusc.DeviceDesc%       = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_04F2&PID_AFFC            ; XAVI 88CUSlim combo for B/G/N

[Netgear.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192C NETGEAR         ================================================================
;;%Netgear.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0846&PID_9041            ; Netgear 88CUSfor B/G/N

[Oar_Inc.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192C OAR         ================================================================
%Oar_Inc.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_2019&PID_AB2E

[ASUS.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192C ASUS         ================================================================
%ASUS.DeviceDesc%             = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0B05&PID_17AB
%ASUS-2.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0B05&PID_17BA
%ASUS-17C0.DeviceDesc% = RTL8192cu.ndi, USB\VID_0B05&PID_17C0

[HAWKING.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192C HAWKING         ================================================================
%Hawking-1.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0E66&PID_0019
%Hawking-2.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_0E66&PID_0020

[Compare.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192C COMPARE         ================================================================
%Compare-1.DeviceDesc%          = RTL8192cu.ndi,       USB\VID_CDAB&PID_8010

[IO_DATA.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192C COMPARE         ================================================================
%IO_DATA_094c.DeviceDesc%       = RTL8192cu.ndi, USB\VID_04BB&PID_094C
%IO_DATA_0950.DeviceDesc%       = RTL8192cu.ndi, USB\VID_04BB&PID_0950

[Logitec.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192D Logitec         ================================================================
%Logitec.DeviceDesc%         = RTL8192du_5G.ndi,    USB\VID_0789&PID_0019

[TPLINK.NTx86.6.0]
;; For 8192C COMPARE         ================================================================
%TPLINK-0100.DeviceDesc%       = RTL8192cu.ndi, USB\VID_2357&PID_0100

;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
;; Realtek default installation
;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------

[RTL8192cu.ndi.NT]
AddReg            = NDIS_60.reg, UsbCommon.reg, RTLWLAN.reg, Ndis6UsbRxAgg.reg, RtlSsOff.reg, 11nWirelessMode.reg, TxByTimerOff.reg, Ndis6Set.reg, BandWidthSetting.reg
Characteristics      = 0x84
BusType            = 15
CopyFiles         = RTWlanU.CopyFiles
*IfType            = 71            ; IF_TYPE_IEEE80211
*MediaType         = 16            ; NdisMediumNative802_11
*PhysicalMediaType   = 9             ; NdisPhysicalMediumNative802_11

[RTL8192cu.ndi.NT.Services]
AddService         = RtlWlanu, 2, RtlWlanu.Service, RtlWlanu.EventLog



;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
;; Realtek G mode sku installation
;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------

[RTL8192cu_G.ndi.NT]
AddReg            = NDIS_60.reg, UsbCommon.reg, Ndis6UsbRxAgg.reg, RtlSsOff.reg, RTLWLAN.reg, Ndis6Set.reg, 11gWirelessMode.reg, BandWidthSetting.reg
Characteristics      = 0x84
BusType            = 15
CopyFiles         = RTWlanU.CopyFiles
*IfType            = 71            ; IF_TYPE_IEEE80211
*MediaType         = 16            ; NdisMediumNative802_11
*PhysicalMediaType   = 9             ; NdisPhysicalMediumNative802_11

[RTL8192cu_G.ndi.NT.Services]
AddService         = RtlWlanu, 2, RtlWlanu.Service, RtlWlanu.EventLog



;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
;; Realtek N mode wake on wlan sku installation
;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------

[RTL8192cu_wow.ndi.NT]
AddReg            = NDIS_60.reg, UsbCommon.reg, Ndis6UsbRxAgg.reg, RtlSsOff.reg, RTLWLAN.reg, Ndis6Set.reg, 11nWirelessMode.reg, WoWModeOnn.reg, BandWidthSetting.reg
Characteristics      = 0x84
BusType            = 15
CopyFiles         = RTWlanU.CopyFiles
*IfType            = 71            ; IF_TYPE_IEEE80211
*MediaType         = 16            ; NdisMediumNative802_11
*PhysicalMediaType   = 9             ; NdisPhysicalMediumNative802_11

[RTL8192cu_wow.ndi.NT.Services]
AddService         = RtlWlanu, 2, RtlWlanu.Service, RtlWlanu.EventLog



;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
;; Intel customized installation
;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------

;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
;; Belkin customized installation
;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------

[Belkin.ndi.NT]
AddReg            = NDIS_60.reg, UsbCommon.reg, Ndis6UsbRxAgg.reg, RtlSsOff.reg, RTLWLAN.reg, Ndis6Set.reg, Belkin.reg, BandWidthSetting.reg
Characteristics      = 0x84
BusType            = 15
CopyFiles         = RTWlanU.CopyFiles
*IfType            = 71            ; IF_TYPE_IEEE80211
*MediaType         = 16            ; NdisMediumNative802_11
*PhysicalMediaType   = 9             ; NdisPhysicalMediumNative802_11

[Belkin.ndi.NT.Services]
AddService         = RtlWlanu, 2, RtlWlanu.Service, RtlWlanu.EventLog




;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
;; Realtek 8192DU default installation
;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------

[RTL8192du.ndi.NT]
AddReg            = NDIS_60.reg, RTL8192du.common.reg, Ndis6UsbRxAgg.reg, RAAndIbssSet.reg, RTLWLAN.reg, Ndis6Set.reg, 2G40MHzAnd5G40MHz.reg
Characteristics      = 0x84
BusType            = 15
CopyFiles         = RTWlanU.CopyFiles
*IfType            = 71            ; IF_TYPE_IEEE80211
*MediaType         = 16            ; NdisMediumNative802_11
*PhysicalMediaType   = 9          ; NdisPhysicalMediumNative802_11

[RTL8192du.ndi.NT.Services]
AddService         = RtlWlanu, 2, RtlWlanu.Service, RtlWlanu.EventLog

[RTL8192du0.ndi.NT]
AddReg            = NDIS_60.reg, RTL8192du.common.reg, Ndis6UsbRxAgg.reg, RAAndIbssSet.reg, RTLWLAN.reg, Ndis6Set.reg, 2G40MHzAnd5G40MHz.reg
Characteristics      = 0x84
BusType            = 15
CopyFiles         = RTWlanU.CopyFiles
*IfType            = 71            ; IF_TYPE_IEEE80211
*MediaType         = 16            ; NdisMediumNative802_11
*PhysicalMediaType   = 9          ; NdisPhysicalMediumNative802_11

[RTL8192du0.ndi.NT.Services]
AddService         = RtlWlanu, 2, RtlWlanu.Service, RtlWlanu.EventLog

[RTL8192du1.ndi.NT]
AddReg            = NDIS_60.reg, RTL8192du.common.reg, Ndis6UsbRxAgg.reg, RAAndIbssSet.reg, RTLWLAN.reg, Ndis6Set.reg, ConcurrentMode.reg, 2G40MHzAnd5G40MHz.reg
Characteristics      = 0x84
BusType            = 15
CopyFiles         = RTWlanU.CopyFiles
*IfType            = 71            ; IF_TYPE_IEEE80211
*MediaType         = 16            ; NdisMediumNative802_11
*PhysicalMediaType   = 9          ; NdisPhysicalMediumNative802_11

[RTL8192du1.ndi.NT.Services]
AddService         = RtlWlanu, 2, RtlWlanu.Service, RtlWlanu.EventLog



;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
;; Belkin customized installation
;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------

[BelkinN600.ndi.NT]
AddReg         = NDIS_60.reg, RTL8192du.common.reg, Ndis6UsbRxAgg.reg, RAAndIbssSet.reg, RTLWLAN.reg, Ndis6Set.reg, 2G40MHzAnd5G40MHz.reg,BelkinCustomId.reg,Belkin.reg,BandSet.reg
Characteristics   = 0x84
BusType         = 15
CopyFiles      = RTWlanU.CopyFiles
*IfType         = 71            ; IF_TYPE_IEEE80211
*MediaType      = 16            ; NdisMediumNative802_11
*PhysicalMediaType   = 9          ; NdisPhysicalMediumNative802_11

[BelkinN600.ndi.NT.Services]
AddService      = RtlWlanu, 2, RtlWlanu.Service, RtlWlanu.EventLog




[BelkinN450.ndi.NT]
AddReg         = NDIS_60.reg, RTL8192du.common.reg, Ndis6UsbRxAgg.reg, RAAndIbssSet.reg, RTLWLAN.reg, Ndis6Set.reg, 2G20MHzAnd5G40MHz.reg, BelkinCustomId.reg,Belkin.reg,BandSet.reg
Characteristics   = 0x84
BusType         = 15
CopyFiles      = RTWlanU.CopyFiles
*IfType         = 71            ; IF_TYPE_IEEE80211
*MediaType      = 16            ; NdisMediumNative802_11
*PhysicalMediaType   = 9          ; NdisPhysicalMediumNative802_11

[BelkinN450.ndi.NT.Services]
AddService      = RtlWlanu, 2, RtlWlanu.Service, RtlWlanu.EventLog




[BelkinN300.ndi.NT]
AddReg            = NDIS_60.reg, RTL8192du.common.reg, Ndis6UsbRxAgg.reg, RAAndIbssSet.reg, RTLWLAN.reg, Ndis6Set.reg, 2G20MHzAnd5G20MHz.reg, BelkinCustomId.reg,Belkin.reg,BandSet.reg
Characteristics      = 0x84
BusType            = 15
CopyFiles         = RTWlanU.CopyFiles
*IfType            = 71            ; IF_TYPE_IEEE80211
*MediaType         = 16            ; NdisMediumNative802_11
*PhysicalMediaType   = 9          ; NdisPhysicalMediumNative802_11

[BelkinN300.ndi.NT.Services]
AddService         = RtlWlanu, 2, RtlWlanu.Service, RtlWlanu.EventLog




;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
;; 92DU only 5G customized installation
;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------

[RTL8192du_5G.ndi.NT]
AddReg            = NDIS_60.reg, RTL8192du.common.reg, Ndis6UsbRxAgg.reg, RAAndIbssSet.reg, RTLWLAN.reg, Ndis6Set.reg, 2G40MHzAnd5G40MHz.reg,BandOnly5G.reg
Characteristics      = 0x84
BusType            = 15
CopyFiles         = RTWlanU.CopyFiles
*IfType            = 71            ; IF_TYPE_IEEE80211
*MediaType         = 16            ; NdisMediumNative802_11
*PhysicalMediaType   = 9          ; NdisPhysicalMediumNative802_11

[RTL8192du_5G.ndi.NT.Services]
AddService         = RtlWlanu, 2, RtlWlanu.Service, RtlWlanu.EventLog



;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
;; Realtek 8723au default installation
;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------

[RTL8723au.ndi.NT]
AddReg            = NDIS_60.reg, RTL8723au.common.reg, Ndis6UsbRxAgg.reg, RtlSsOff.reg, RTLWLAN.reg, Ndis6Set.reg, BandWidthSetting.reg
Characteristics      = 0x84
BusType            = 15
CopyFiles         = RTWlanU.CopyFiles
*IfType            = 71            ; IF_TYPE_IEEE80211
*MediaType         = 16            ; NdisMediumNative802_11
*PhysicalMediaType   = 9             ; NdisPhysicalMediumNative802_11

[RTL8723au.ndi.NT.Services]
AddService         = RtlWlanu, 2, RtlWlanu.Service, RtlWlanu.EventLog
             


;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
;; Realtek 8188eu default installation
;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------

[RTL8188eu.ndi.NT]
AddReg            = NDIS_60.reg, UsbCommon.reg, RTLWLAN.reg, Ndis6UsbRxAgg.reg, RtlSsOff.reg, 11nWirelessMode.reg, TxByTimerOff.reg, Ndis6Set.reg, BandWidthSetting.reg
Characteristics      = 0x84
BusType            = 15
CopyFiles         = RTWlanU.CopyFiles
*IfType            = 71            ; IF_TYPE_IEEE80211
*MediaType         = 16            ; NdisMediumNative802_11
*PhysicalMediaType   = 9             ; NdisPhysicalMediumNative802_11

[RTL8188eu.ndi.NT.Services]
AddService         = RtlWlanu, 2, RtlWlanu.Service, RtlWlanu.EventLog







;;
;; OS relative registry.
;;
[NDIS_60.reg]
HKR, Ndi\Interfaces,   UpperRange, 0, "ndis5,mdcwifi"
HKR, Ndi\Interfaces,   LowerRange, 0, "wlan, ethernet"
HKR, Ndi,            Service,    0, "RtlWlanu"
;;
;; OS relative service.
;;
[RtlWlanu.Service]
DisplayName       = %RtlWlanu.DeviceDesc.DispName%
ServiceType       = 1      ; %SERVICE_KERNEL_DRIVER%
StartType         = 3      ; %SERRVICE_DEMAND_START%
ErrorControl      = 1      ; %SERRVICE_ERROR_NORMAL%
ServiceBinary     = %12%\rtwlanu.sys
LoadOrderGroup    = NDIS

;;
;; OS relative event log.
;;
[RtlWlanu.EventLog]
AddReg          = RtlWlanu.AddEventLog.reg

[RtlWlanu.AddEventLog.reg]
HKR, , EventMessageFile, 0x00020000, "%%SystemRoot%%\System32\netevent.dll"
HKR, , TypesSupported  , 0x00010001, 7

;*******************************************************************************
; USB common paramters
;*******************************************************************************
[UsbCommon.reg]
HKR,defaults,LedCtrl,0,"1"
HKR,,LedCtrl,0,"1"

HKR,defaults,QoS,0,"1"
HKR,,QoS,0,"1"

HKR,defaults,CcxRm,0,"1"
HKR,,CcxRm,0,"1"

HKR,defaults,CcxOffLineDurUpLimit,0,"0"
HKR,,CcxOffLineDurUpLimit,0,"0"

;; For GPIO detect setting.
HKR,,TimerGPIO,0,"0"
HKR,,GPIODelay,0,"2000"
HKR,,GPIOBack,0,"2000"

;; For PDN mode switch.
HKR,,PDNMode,0,"0"

;; For PDN mode switch.
HKR,,DongleSS,0,"1"

;; For Different selective suspend power save level. Now support 1 and 2. 2 is better.
HKR,,SSPwrLvl,0,"2"

;; For wake on WLAN mode enable.
;;HKR,,WoWLANMode,0,"0"

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
;   USB Tx/Rx aggregation
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
HKR,defaults,UsbRxAggBlockCount,0,"8"
HKR,,UsbRxAggBlockCount,0,"8"

HKR,defaults,UsbRxAggBlockTimeout,0,"6"
HKR,,UsbRxAggBlockTimeout,0,"6"

HKR,defaults,UsbRxAggPageTimeout,0,"6"
HKR,,UsbRxAggPageTimeout,0,"6"

HKR,defaults,UsbTxAggMode,0,"1"
HKR,,UsbTxAggMode,0,"1"

HKR,defaults,UsbTxAggDescNum,0,"6"
HKR,,UsbTxAggDescNum,0,"6"

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
;   USB Tx/Rx aggregation OS Relative
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Ndis5UsbRxAgg.reg]
HKR,defaults,UsbRxAggMode,0,"3"
HKR,,UsbRxAggMode,0,"3"
HKR,defaults,UsbRxAggPageCount,0,"72"
HKR,,UsbRxAggPageCount,0,"72"

[Ndis6UsbRxAgg.reg]
HKR,defaults,UsbRxAggMode,0,"2"
HKR,,UsbRxAggMode,0,"2"
HKR,defaults,UsbRxAggPageCount,0,"16"
HKR,,UsbRxAggPageCount,0,"16"

[Ndis5UsbRxAgg_Jaguar.reg]
HKR,defaults,UsbRxAggMode,0,"1"
HKR,,UsbRxAggMode,0,"1"
HKR,defaults,UsbRxAggPageCount,0,"72"
HKR,,UsbRxAggPageCount,0,"72"

[Ndis6UsbRxAgg_Jaguar.reg]
HKR,defaults,UsbRxAggMode,0,"1"
HKR,,UsbRxAggMode,0,"1"
HKR,defaults,UsbRxAggPageCount,0,"16"
HKR,,UsbRxAggPageCount,0,"16"

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
;   USB selective suspend.
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[RtlSsOnn.reg]
HKR,,EnableUsbSS,0,"1"
[RtlSsOff.reg]
HKR,,EnableUsbSS,0,"0"

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
;   TX path selection.
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[TxByTimerOnn.reg]
HKR,,SendPacketByTimer,0,"1"
[TxByTimerOff.reg]
HKR,,SendPacketByTimer,0,"0"

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Intel Soft AP Mode Reg
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Intel.reg]
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate,        ParamDesc,  0, "Broadcast/Multicast Data Rate"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate,        type,       0, "enum"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate,        default,    0, "0"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "0",        0, "Auto"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "2",        0, "1Mbps"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "4",        0, "2Mbps"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "11",      0, "5.5Mbps"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "22",     0, "11Mbps"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "12",      0, "6Mbps"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "18",     0, "9Mbps"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "24",     0, "12Mbps"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "36",     0, "18Mbps"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "48",     0, "24Mbps"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "72",     0, "36Mbps"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "96",     0, "48Mbps"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "108",     0, "54Mbps"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "128",     0, "MCS0"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "129",     0, "MCS1"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "130",     0, "MCS2"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "131",     0, "MCS3"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "132",     0, "MCS4"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "133",     0, "MCS5"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "134",     0, "MCS6"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "135",     0, "MCS7"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "136",     0, "MCS8"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "137",     0, "MCS9"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "138",     0, "MCS10"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "139",     0, "MCS11"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "140",     0, "MCS12"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "141",     0, "MCS13"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "142",     0, "MCS14"
HKR,Ndi\params\ForcedBstDataRate\enum,   "143",     0, "MCS15"

;*******************************************************************************
; RTL8192du common paramters
;*******************************************************************************
[RTL8192du.common.reg]
HKR,defaults,LedCtrl,0,"1"
HKR,,LedCtrl,0,"1"

HKR,defaults,QoS,0,"1"
HKR,,QoS,0,"1"

;; For Earlymode 1:Enable 0:Disable
HKR,,bEarlymodeEnable,,"1"

HKR,defaults,CcxRm,0,"1"
HKR,,CcxRm,0,"1"

HKR,defaults,CcxOffLineDurUpLimit,0,"0"
HKR,,CcxOffLineDurUpLimit,0,"0"

HKR,defaults,SupportTxPacketBufferColease,0,"0"
HKR,,SupportTxPacketBufferColease,0,"0"

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
;   USB Tx/Rx aggregation
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
HKR,defaults,UsbRxAggBlockCount,0,"18"
HKR,,UsbRxAggBlockCount,0,"18"

HKR,defaults,UsbRxAggBlockTimeout,0,"7"
HKR,,UsbRxAggBlockTimeout,0,"7"

HKR,defaults,UsbRxAggPageTimeout,0,"6"
HKR,,UsbRxAggPageTimeout,0,"6"

HKR,defaults,UsbTxAggMode,0,"1"
HKR,,UsbTxAggMode,0,"1"

HKR,defaults,UsbTxAggDescNum,0,"4"
HKR,,UsbTxAggDescNum,0,"4"


;*******************************************************************************
; RTL8723au common paramters
;*******************************************************************************
[RTL8723au.common.reg]
HKR,defaults,LedCtrl,0,"1"
HKR,,LedCtrl,0,"1"

HKR,defaults,QoS,0,"1"
HKR,,QoS,0,"1"

HKR,defaults,CcxRm,0,"1"
HKR,,CcxRm,0,"1"

HKR,defaults,CcxOffLineDurUpLimit,0,"0"
HKR,,CcxOffLineDurUpLimit,0,"0"

;; For GPIO detect setting.
HKR,,TimerGPIO,0,"0"
HKR,,GPIODelay,0,"1000"
HKR,,GPIOBack,0,"1000"

;; For PDN mode switch.
HKR,,PDNMode,0,"1"

;; For PDN mode switch.
HKR,,DongleSS,0,"1"

HKR,,bLowPowerEnable,0,"0"

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
;   USB Tx/Rx aggregation
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
HKR,defaults,UsbRxAggBlockCount,0,"8"
HKR,,UsbRxAggBlockCount,0,"8"

HKR,defaults,UsbRxAggBlockTimeout,0,"6"
HKR,,UsbRxAggBlockTimeout,0,"6"

HKR,defaults,UsbRxAggPageTimeout,0,"6"
HKR,,UsbRxAggPageTimeout,0,"6"

HKR,defaults,UsbTxAggMode,0,"1"
HKR,,UsbTxAggMode,0,"1"

HKR,defaults,UsbTxAggDescNum,0,"6"
HKR,,UsbTxAggDescNum,0,"6"


[RAAndIbssSet.reg]
HKR,defaults,WiFi11bIbss,0,"0"
HKR,,WiFi11bIbss,0,"0"

HKR,defaults,bRateAdaptive,0,"1"
HKR,,bRateAdaptive,0,"1"


;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
;; Realtek WLAN NIC parameters
;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[RTLWLAN.reg]
HKR,defaults,SSID,0,"ANY"
HKR,,SSID,0,"ANY"

HKR,defaults,Channel,0,"1"
HKR,,Channel,0,"1"

;; Antenna Diversity Type
HKR,Ndi\params\AntennaDivType,    default,    0, "1"
HKR,Ndi\params\AntennaDivType,   ParamDesc,    0, "Antenna Diversity Type"
HKR,Ndi\params\AntennaDivType,    type,       0, "int"
HKR,Ndi\params\AntennaDivType,    min,       0, "1"
HKR,Ndi\params\AntennaDivType,    max,       0, "3"
HKR,Ndi\params\AntennaDivType,    step,       0, "1"

;;HKR,Ndi\params\NetworkType,         ParamDesc,  0, %NETWORK_TYPE_STR%
;;HKR,Ndi\params\NetworkType,         type,       0, "enum"
;;HKR,Ndi\params\NetworkType,         default,    0, "1"
;;HKR,Ndi\params\NetworkType\enum,      "0",        0, %AD_HOC_STR%
;;HKR,Ndi\params\NetworkType\enum,      "1",        0, %INFRASTRUCTURE_STR%
;;HKR,Ndi\params\NetworkType\enum,      "2",        0, %AUTO_SELECT%
;;HKR,defaults,NetworkType,0,"1"
;;HKR,,NetworkType,0,"1"

HKR,defaults,StaUapsd,0,"0"
HKR,,StaUapsd,0,"0"

; For B/G mode and B/G/N mode switch, we will use different wireless mode registry in later section
;HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode,          ParamDesc,    0, %WL_MODE_STR%
;HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode,          type,       0, "enum"
;HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode,          default,    0, "8"
;HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode\enum,       "2",       0, %IEEE_802_11B_STR%
;HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode\enum,       "4",       0, %IEEE_802_11BG_STR%
;HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode\enum,       "8",       0, %IEEE_802_11BGN_STR%
;HKR,defaults,WirelessMode, 0, "8"
;HKR,,WirelessMode, 0, "8"

;; For WiFi test, 1: WiFi Config and 0: Performance Config
HKR,Ndi\params\WiFiConfg,        ParamDesc,  0, "WiFi Config"
HKR,Ndi\params\WiFiConfg,        type,       0, "enum"
HKR,Ndi\params\WiFiConfg,        default,    0, "0"
HKR,Ndi\params\WiFiConfg\enum,   "0",        0, "Performance"
HKR,Ndi\params\WiFiConfg\enum,   "1",        0, "WiFi"
HKR,defaults,WiFiConfg,0,"0"
HKR,,WiFiConfg,0,"0"
HKR,,WiFiConfg,,"0"

HKR,defaults,RxReorder,0,"1"
HKR,,RxReorder,0,"1"

HKR,,DefaultKeyID,,"0"
HKR,,DefaultKey0,,""
HKR,,DefaultKey1,,""
HKR,,DefaultKey2,,""
HKR,,DefaultKey3,,""

;Leisure Power Save
HKR,defaults,bLeisurePs,0,"2"
HKR,,bLeisurePs,0,"2"

;Fw Control LPS
HKR,defaults,bFwCtrlLPS,0,"1"
HKR,,bFwCtrlLPS,0,"1"

;; LPS Interval
;HKR,defaults,LPSIntvl,0,"5"
HKR,,LPSIntvl,0,"5"

;BTmode
HKR,,bBTMode,0,"1"

; Reset Tx Hang
HKR,defaults,USBResetTxHang,0,"1"
HKR,,USBResetTxHang,0,"1"

HKR,,WEPinNmode,0,"0"

; OS protocol offload detection and decision
HKR,,ProtocolOffloadDecision,0,"1"

; Win8 FSS mode detection mechanism
HKR,,FSSDetection,0,"1"

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
;   Some function ability setting
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
HKR,defaults,UPDMEnable,0,"1"
HKR,,UPDMEnable,0,"1"

HKR,defaults,LinkSpeedLevel,0,"0"
HKR,,LinkSpeedLevel,0,"0"

HKR,defaults,AutoConnect,0,"1"
HKR,,AutoConnect,0,"1"

HKR,defaults,RWRetry,0,"0"
HKR,,RWRetry,0,"0"

HKR,defaults,MultiMode,0,"1"
HKR,,MultiMode,0,"1"

HKR,defaults,TxMode,0,"0"
HKR,,TxMode,0,"0"

HKR,defaults,PwrTblSel,0,"0"
HKR,,PwrTblSel,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,PwrByRate,0,"0"
HKR,,PwrByRate,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,PwrRaTbl1,0,"0"
HKR,,PwrRaTbl1,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,PwrRaTbl2,0,"0"
HKR,,PwrRaTbl2,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,PwrRaTbl3,0,"0"
HKR,,PwrRaTbl3,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,PwrRaTbl4,0,"0"
HKR,,PwrRaTbl4,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,PwrRaTbl5,0,"0"
HKR,,PwrRaTbl5,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,PwrRaTbl6,0,"0"
HKR,,PwrRaTbl6,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,PwrRaTbl7,0,"0"
HKR,,PwrRaTbl7,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,PwrRaTbl8,0,"0"
HKR,,PwrRaTbl8,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,PwrRaTbl9,0,"0"
HKR,,PwrRaTbl9,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,PwrRaTbl10,0,"0"
HKR,,PwrRaTbl10,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,PwrRaTbl11,0,"0"
HKR,,PwrRaTbl11,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,PwrRaTbl12,0,"0"
HKR,,PwrRaTbl12,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,PwrRaTbl13,0,"0"
HKR,,PwrRaTbl13,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,PwrRaTbl14,0,"0"
HKR,,PwrRaTbl14,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,PwrRaTbl15,0,"0"
HKR,,PwrRaTbl15,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,PwrRaTbl16,0,"0"
HKR,,PwrRaTbl16,0,"0"

HKR,defaults,GainOffsetFCCLow,0,"0"
HKR,,GainOffsetFCCLow,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,GainOffsetFCC,0,"0"
HKR,,GainOffsetFCC,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,GainOffsetFCCHigh,0,"0"
HKR,,GainOffsetFCCHigh,0,"0"

HKR,defaults,GainOffsetMKKLow,0,"0"
HKR,,GainOffsetMKKLow,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,GainOffsetMKK,0,"0"
HKR,,GainOffsetMKK,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,GainOffsetMKKHigh,0,"0"
HKR,,GainOffsetMKKHigh,0,"0"

HKR,defaults,GainOffsetETSILow,0,"0"
HKR,,GainOffsetETSILow,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,GainOffsetETSI,0,"0"
HKR,,GainOffsetETSI,0,"0"
HKR,defaults,GainOffsetETSIHigh,0,"0"
HKR,,GainOffsetETSIHigh,0,"0"

HKR,defaults,RxSC,0,"0"
HKR,,RxSC,0,"0"

HKR,defaults,TxSC,0,"0"
HKR,,TxSC,0,"0"

;Dynamic batch indication
HKR,defaults,DynamicBatchEnable,0,"1"
HKR,,DynamicBatchEnable,0,"1"

HKR,defaults,BINumber,0,"10"
HKR,,BINumber,0,"10"

[Ndis5Set.reg]
HKR,Ndi\params\PSPXlinkMode,         ParamDesc,  0, %PSP_XLINK_STR%
HKR,Ndi\params\PSPXlinkMode,         type,       0, "enum"
HKR,Ndi\params\PSPXlinkMode,         default,    0, "0"
HKR,Ndi\params\PSPXlinkMode\enum,      "0",        0, %DISABLE_STR%
HKR,Ndi\params\PSPXlinkMode\enum,      "1",        0, %ENABLE_STR%
HKR,defaults,PSPXlinkMode,0,"0"
HKR,,PSPXlinkMode,0,"0"

; Hw Beacon Max Error
HKR,,bBcnMaxErrorRegEnable,0,"0"

;Inactive Power Save
HKR,defaults,InactivePs,0,"0"
HKR,,InactivePs,0,"0"

HKR,defaults,AggDMEnable,0,"0"
HKR,,AggDMEnable,0,"0"

[Ndis6Set.reg]
;Inactive Power Save
HKR,defaults,InactivePs,0,"2"
HKR,,InactivePs,0,"2"

HKR,defaults,AggDMEnable,0,"1"
HKR,,AggDMEnable,0,"1"

; /****************************************************************************
; ** IHV Service Reg for CCX
; ****************************************************************************/
[CIHVS.reg]
HKR, Ndi\IHVExtensions, ExtensibilityDLL,       0,  "%SystemRoot%\system32\Rtlihvs.dll"
HKR, Ndi\IHVExtensions, UIExtensibilityCLSID,   0,  "{6C2A8CCA-B2A2-4d81-A3B2-4E15F445C312}"
HKR, Ndi\IHVExtensions, GroupName,              0,  "Realtek CCX SDK IHV Service"
HKR, Ndi\IHVExtensions, AdapterOUI,             0x00010001, 0x00e04c

;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
;; Belkin WLAN NIC parameters
;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Belkin.reg]
HKR,Ndi\params\RFOff,         ParamDesc,  0, "Radio"
HKR,Ndi\params\RFOff,         type,       0, "enum"
HKR,Ndi\params\RFOff,         default,    0, "0"
HKR,Ndi\params\RFOff\enum,      "0",        0, "On"
HKR,Ndi\params\RFOff\enum,      "1",        0, "Off"
HKR,defaults,RFOff,0,"0"
HKR,,RFOff,0,"0"

;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
;; Wireless mode option parameters
;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[11gWirelessMode.reg]
HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode,       ParamDesc,    0, %WL_MODE_STR%
HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode,       type,       0, "enum"
HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode,       default,    0, "8"
HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode\enum,    "2",       0, %IEEE_802_11B_STR%
HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode\enum,    "4",       0, %IEEE_802_11BG_STR%
HKR,defaults,WirelessMode, 0, "4"
HKR,,WirelessMode, 0, "4"

[11nWirelessMode.reg]
HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode,       ParamDesc,    0, %WL_MODE_STR%
HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode,       type,       0, "enum"
HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode,       default,    0, "8"
HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode\enum,    "2",       0, %IEEE_802_11B_STR%
HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode\enum,    "4",       0, %IEEE_802_11BG_STR%
HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode\enum,    "8",       0, %IEEE_802_11BGN_STR%
HKR,defaults,WirelessMode, 0, "8"
HKR,,WirelessMode, 0, "8"

[11acWirelessMode.reg]
HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode,       ParamDesc,    0, %WL_MODE_STR%
HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode,       type,       0, "enum"
HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode,       default,    0, "64"
HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode\enum,    "2",       0, %IEEE_802_11B_STR%
HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode\enum,    "4",       0, %IEEE_802_11BG_STR%
HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode\enum,    "16",       0, %IEEE_802_11BGN_STR%
HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessMode\enum,    "64",       0, %IEEE_802_11ANAC_STR%
HKR,defaults,WirelessMode, 0, "64"
HKR,,WirelessMode, 0, "64"

HKR,defaults,BW40MHz,0,"1"
HKR,,BW40MHz,0,"1"

HKR,defaults,BW80MHz,0,"1"
HKR,,BW80MHz,0,"1"


;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
;; Wake on Wlan mode option parameters
;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[WoWModeOnn.reg]
;;HKR,Ndi\params\WoWLANMode,       ParamDesc,    0, %WOW_MODE_STR%
;;HKR,Ndi\params\WoWLANMode,       type,       0, "enum"
;;HKR,Ndi\params\WoWLANMode,       default,    0, "1"
;;HKR,Ndi\params\WoWLANMode\enum,    "0",       0, %WOW_DISABLE%
;;HKR,Ndi\params\WoWLANMode\enum,    "1",       0, %WOW_ENABLE_MAGIC_PKT%
;;HKR,Ndi\params\WoWLANMode\enum,    "2",       0, %WOW_ENABLE_PATTERN_PKT%
;;HKR,Ndi\params\WoWLANMode\enum,    "3",       0, %WOW_ENABLE_MAGIC_PATTERN_PKT%
HKR,defaults,WoWLANMode, 0, "1"
HKR,,WoWLANMode, 0, "1"

; ARP Offload
HKR,,ARPOffloadEnable, 0, "1"

; GTK Offload
HKR,,GTKOffloadEnable, 0, "1"

[WoWModeOff.reg]
;;HKR,Ndi\params\WoWLANMode,       ParamDesc,    0, %WOW_MODE_STR%
;;HKR,Ndi\params\WoWLANMode,       type,       0, "enum"
;;HKR,Ndi\params\WoWLANMode,       default,    0, "0"
;;HKR,Ndi\params\WoWLANMode\enum,    "0",       0, %WOW_DISABLE%
;;HKR,Ndi\params\WoWLANMode\enum,    "1",       0, %WOW_ENABLE_MAGIC_PKT%
;;HKR,Ndi\params\WoWLANMode\enum,    "2",       0, %WOW_ENABLE_PATTERN_PKT%
;;HKR,Ndi\params\WoWLANMode\enum,    "3",       0, %WOW_ENABLE_MAGIC_PATTERN_PKT%
HKR,defaults,WoWLANMode, 0, "0"
HKR,,WoWLANMode, 0, "0"


;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
;; Usb selective suspend parameters
;;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[NdisSS.reg]
HKR,Ndi\params\*SelectiveSuspend,       ParamDesc,  0, %SelectiveSuspend%
HKR,Ndi\params\*SelectiveSuspend,       default,    0, "1"
HKR,Ndi\params\*SelectiveSuspend,       type,       0, "enum"
HKR,Ndi\params\*SelectiveSuspend\enum,   "0",        0, "Disabled"
HKR,Ndi\params\*SelectiveSuspend\enum,   "1",        0, "Enabled"

HKR,Ndi\params\*SSIdleTimeout,       ParamDesc,  0, %SSIdleTimeout%
HKR,Ndi\params\*SSIdleTimeout,       type,       0, "int"
HKR,Ndi\params\*SSIdleTimeout,       default,    0, "30"
HKR,Ndi\Params\*SSIdleTimeout,      Max,        0, "60"
HKR,Ndi\Params\*SSIdleTimeout,      Min,        0, "5"
HKR,Ndi\Params\*SSIdleTimeout,      Step,       0, "1"


;*******************************************************************************
; Two STA Concurrent Mode Reg
;*******************************************************************************
[ConcurrentMode.reg]
HKR,Ndi\params\TwoStaConcurrentMode,      ParamDesc,  0, %TWO_STA_CONCURRENT_MODE%
HKR,Ndi\params\TwoStaConcurrentMode,      type,       0, "enum"
HKR,Ndi\params\TwoStaConcurrentMode,         default,    0, "1"
HKR,Ndi\params\TwoStaConcurrentMode\enum,      "0",        0, %SECONDARY_DISABLE%
HKR,Ndi\params\TwoStaConcurrentMode\enum,      "1",        0, %SECONDARY_ENABLE%
HKR,Ndi\params\TwoStaConcurrentMode\enum,      "2",        0, %SECONDARY_AUTO%
HKR,defaults,TwoStaConcurrentMode,0,"0"
HKR,,TwoStaConcurrentMode,0,"0"

;*******************************************************************************
; bandwidth setting
;*******************************************************************************
[2G40MHzAnd5G40MHz.reg]
HKR,Ndi\params\BW40MHzFor2G,        ParamDesc,  0, "Bandwidth_2.4G"
HKR,Ndi\params\BW40MHzFor2G,        type,       0, "enum"
HKR,Ndi\params\BW40MHzFor2G,        default,    0, "1"
HKR,Ndi\params\BW40MHzFor2G\enum,   "0",        0, "20MHz Only"
HKR,Ndi\params\BW40MHzFor2G\enum,   "1",        0, "20_40MHz"
HKR,defaults,BW40MHzFor2G,0,"1"
HKR,,BW40MHzFor2G,0,"1"
HKR,,BW40MHzFor2G,,"1"

HKR,Ndi\params\BW40MHzFor5G,        ParamDesc,  0, "Bandwidth_5G"
HKR,Ndi\params\BW40MHzFor5G,        type,       0, "enum"
HKR,Ndi\params\BW40MHzFor5G,        default,    0, "1"
HKR,Ndi\params\BW40MHzFor5G\enum,   "0",        0, "20MHz Only"
HKR,Ndi\params\BW40MHzFor5G\enum,   "1",        0, "20_40MHz"
HKR,defaults,BW40MHzFor5G,0,"1"
HKR,,BW40MHzFor5G,0,"1"
HKR,,BW40MHzFor5G,,"1"

[2G20MHzAnd5G40MHz.reg]
HKR,defaults,BW40MHzFor2G,0,"0"
HKR,,BW40MHzFor2G,0,"0"

HKR,Ndi\params\BW40MHzFor5G,        ParamDesc,  0, "Bandwidth_5G"
HKR,Ndi\params\BW40MHzFor5G,        type,       0, "enum"
HKR,Ndi\params\BW40MHzFor5G,        default,    0, "1"
HKR,Ndi\params\BW40MHzFor5G\enum,   "0",        0, "20MHz Only"
HKR,Ndi\params\BW40MHzFor5G\enum,   "1",        0, "20_40MHz"
HKR,defaults,BW40MHzFor5G,0,"1"
HKR,,BW40MHzFor5G,0,"1"
HKR,,BW40MHzFor5G,,"1"

[2G20MHzAnd5G20MHz.reg]
HKR,defaults,BW40MHzFor2G,0,"0"
HKR,,BW40MHzFor2G,0,"0"

HKR,defaults,BW40MHzFor5G,0,"0"
HKR,,BW40MHzFor5G,0,"0"

[BandWidthSetting.reg]
;; 40MHz Support in 11n
HKR,Ndi\params\BW40MHz,        ParamDesc,  0, "Bandwidth"
HKR,Ndi\params\BW40MHz,        type,       0, "enum"
HKR,Ndi\params\BW40MHz,        default,    0, "1"
HKR,Ndi\params\BW40MHz\enum,   "0",        0, "20MHz Only"
HKR,Ndi\params\BW40MHz\enum,   "1",        0, "20_40MHz"
HKR,defaults,BW40MHz,0,"1"
HKR,,BW40MHz,0,"1"
HKR,,BW40MHz,,"1"

[BelkinCustomId.reg]
HKR,,CustomerID,0,"21"
HKR,,CustomerID,,"21"

[BandSet.reg]
HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessBand,         ParamDesc,  0, "Disable Bands"
HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessBand,         type,       0, "enum"
HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessBand,         default,    0, "0"
HKR,Ndi\params\WirelessBand\enum,      "0",      &nbs
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Re: Software Related to realtek issue "Errrr 9" security level high
« Reply #13 on: March 19, 2015, 04:43:37 PM »
You seem to have quite a lot of devices listed - have you had other network devices installed prior to the Realtek USB ?

Can you right click on the WiFi icon in the Taskbar then on Open Network and Sharing Center - Manage wireless settings and tell me if you have more than one SSID listed there.

I also find the list of SSIDs puzzling - specifically the first three.

Do you have a wireless router as well as the USB ?

Can you open a command prompt and enter ipconfig /all

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Re: Software Related to realtek issue "Errrr 9" security level high
« Reply #14 on: March 20, 2015, 01:25:30 PM »
You seem to have quite a lot of devices listed - have you had other network devices installed prior to the Realtek USB ?

Can you right click on the WiFi icon in the Taskbar then on Open Network and Sharing Center - Manage wireless settings and tell me if you have more than one SSID listed there.

I also find the list of SSIDs puzzling - specifically the first three.
Answer; the first one is the neighbors. other two and three are mine...

Do you have a wireless router as well as the USB ?
Reply; yes, often the wifi adapter drops off... so keep them both on till we solve the realtek mess!
Reply; realtek has reverted back to XP setup, not a good idea here...

Can you open a command prompt and enter ipconfig /all

Reply;

Microsoft Windows [Version 6.0.6002]
Copyright (c) 2006 Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.

C:\Users\Administrator.Ghost-PC>ipconfig /all

Windows IP Configuration

   Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Ghost-PC
   Primary Dns Suffix  . . . . . . . :
   Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid
   IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
   WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No

Wireless LAN adapter Wireless Network Connection:

   Connection-specific DNS Suffix  . :
   Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Realtek RTL8192CU Wireless LAN 802.11n US
B 2.0 Network Adapter
   Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 0C-82-68-0C-F4-D3
   DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Yes
   Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes
   Link-local IPv6 Address . . . . . : fe80::9541:26d7:64c6:a684%14(Preferred)
   IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.1.4(Preferred)
   Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.0
   Lease Obtained. . . . . . . . . . : Saturday, March 21, 2015 4:18:21 AM
   Lease Expires . . . . . . . . . . : Sunday, March 22, 2015 4:18:21 AM
   Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.1.1
   DHCP Server . . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.1.1
   DHCPv6 IAID . . . . . . . . . . . : 252478056
   DHCPv6 Client DUID. . . . . . . . : 00-01-00-01-1C-93-8D-59-14-DA-E9-99-DE-59

   DNS Servers . . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.1.1
   NetBIOS over Tcpip. . . . . . . . : Enabled

Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:

   Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
   Connection-specific DNS Suffix  . :
   Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Qualcomm Atheros AR8151 PCI-E Gigabit Eth
ernet Controller
   Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 14-DA-E9-99-DE-59
   DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Yes
   Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes

Tunnel adapter Local Area Connection* 6:

   Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
   Connection-specific DNS Suffix  . :
   Description . . . . . . . . . . . : isatap.{35BCE281-70CE-4C7B-80AC-E136FFB5B
90C}
   Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-00-00-00-00-00-00-E0
   DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : No
   Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes

Tunnel adapter Local Area Connection* 7:

   Connection-specific DNS Suffix  . :
   Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface
   Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 02-00-54-55-4E-01
   DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : No
   Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes
   IPv6 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 2001:0:9d38:6abd:14f1:de8:3f57:fefb(Prefe
rred)
   Link-local IPv6 Address . . . . . : fe80::14f1:de8:3f57:fefb%10(Preferred)
   Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : ::
   NetBIOS over Tcpip. . . . . . . . : Disabled

Tunnel adapter Local Area Connection* 11:

   Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
   Connection-specific DNS Suffix  . :
   Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Microsoft ISATAP Adapter #2
   Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-00-00-00-00-00-00-E0
   DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : No
   Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes

C:\Users\Administrator.Ghost-PC>

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Re: Software Related to realtek issue "Errrr 9" security level high
« Reply #16 on: March 20, 2015, 04:07:11 PM »
Restore points are generally a good place to start.
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Re: Software Related to realtek issue "Errrr 9" security level high
« Reply #17 on: March 22, 2015, 04:34:56 PM »
Restore points are generally a good place to start.

Boggin, Restore points don,t restore the router default settings too :)

Recently updated the Bios on Netgear JNDR

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Re: Software Related to realtek issue "Errrr 9" security level high
« Reply #18 on: March 22, 2015, 05:37:36 PM »
Sorry - should have read the link to see what had been done.

Normally you would back up the router's config before making any changes just in case they don't work out and that is how you could have reverted.

When you get your new router and have it set up, while you're logged into it look to see if it has that facility and back up the config once everything has been applied.
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Re: Software Related to realtek issue "Errrr 9" security level high
« Reply #19 on: March 23, 2015, 12:07:31 AM »
Sorry - should have read the link to see what had been done.

Normally you would back up the router's config before making any changes just in case they don't work out and that is how you could have reverted.

When you get your new router and have it set up, while you're logged into it look to see if it has that facility and back up the config once everything has been applied.

this router seems have a mind of its own; trying to reset the router using the router doesn't work, not even hard reset.

other references;

http://kb.netgear.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/21918/~/what-does-it-mean-when-a-router-is-described-as-being-n150%2Fn300%2Fn600%2Fn750%2Fn900%3F

http://kb.netgear.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/23783/~/improving-2.4ghz-wireless-performance-by-changing-channel

Time to review inside the network;
http://nutsaboutnets.com/wireless-diagnostic-tools/free-tools/


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Re: Software Related to realtek issue "Errrr 9" security level high
« Reply #20 on: March 23, 2015, 02:00:56 AM »
Usually when you are setting up a new non ISP router out of the box you wire it up to enter your ISP broadband username and SSID.

Probably best to contact your ISP to check if any other settings need to be confirmed such as PPPoE or PPPoA

Can you log into it when wired up ?
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