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    Default Injection doesnt work with new drivers?

    Ive tried everything, using backtrack 1, backtrack 2, backtrack 3 final

    LOADs of different kernels of linux

    Ive done lots of searching

    And I cannot get the drivers to work with my Ralink RT73

    (its a WUSB54GR)

    By default it works with 8.10 but no injection, so I installed ASPjs drivers and its much more powerful (It can find about 10 access points now)

    But now it cannot connect to the internet (Like once Ive cracked the WEP, I cant even connect unless I switch to XP) and the injection suddenly stopped working

    I didnt like using the default RT73 drivers as they were very slow at capturing IVs, about 1 a minute, and as I needed about a million, no point waiting that long..

    Yes, I have tried everything, ive been trying to get this working for about 2 weeks now, tried lowering the rates, using different versions of the drivers, using different kernels, sleepless nights trying... No dice

    Help will be much appreciated

    (This is my own network agian, my brother betted me £30 I wont be able to crack it, since he thinks I am retarded, and he hasnt made any changes to the router, and he wants to see me to it aswell)

    Let me win that £30! lol

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    Hi i just checked the wiki and don't found your card ( WUSB54GR )
    but found this Linksys WUSB54GC

    * Driver : RT73
    * Chipset : Ralink Technology, Corp. 802.11b/g WiFi
    * Notice 1: The interface is named rausb0, not eth0 or ath0 etc.
    * Notice 2: Built-in [BackTrack] Driver does not support fragmentation attack; however, the following driver does:

    http://homepages.tu-darmstadt.de/~p_...-2.0.1.tar.bz2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ethical View Post
    found this Linksys WUSB54GC

    * Driver : RT73
    * Chipset : Ralink Technology, Corp. 802.11b/g WiFi
    * Notice 1: The interface is named rausb0, not eth0 or ath0 etc.
    * Notice 2: Built-in [BackTrack] Driver does not support fragmentation attack; however, the following driver does:
    People said on this forum they have gotten it to work with BT3, the EXACT same model with the exact same linux distro

    Also Im pretty sure WUSb54GC is the same, but its the compact version (Note the C at the end, and the R on WUSB54GR is rangebooster im guessing)

    But it has the same chipset and im guessing the same specs

    hxxp:// forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=12028&highlight=wusb54gr

    (Change hxxp to http, i cant post links yet)
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    Sorry for double post but this is important

    After some tweaking, i managed to get injection to work... But it wont work for very long, its almost very unstable, as soon as I launch airodump, injection stops working...

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    (btw, this hasn't much to do with this topic but it's better than making a new one)

    Regarding this matter, is there any way to 'rollback' the wireless drivers back to the default ones that come with BT3?



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    Quote Originally Posted by killadaninja View Post
    AWUS036h London
    I live in london too, If I cannot get it working I may use it as a last resort

    Thanks

    Anybody know the answer?

    Hello?

    I know many people know the answer to this, ive googled it, many people asked it, nobody answered then they say, "Oh, fixed it now"... without telling how, trust me, ive searched for days, high and low for the answer

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