What is Atheros on my router?

What is Atheros on my router?

Atheros Chipsets Atheros is primarily known for 802.11 wireless local area network chipsets, having led the industry in WLAN innovations such as CMOS-based Wi-Fi, 5 GHz speeds, MIMO, dual-band technology and 3G Wi-Fi integration for mobile devices.

How do I fix the Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377?

Normally, you can fix the driver problem by reinstalling the Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 driver and let Windows update the driver for you. Press the Windows logo key and R at the same time to invoke the Run box. Then type devmgmt. msc into the box and press Enter.

How do I update my Atheros wireless driver?

Method 1: Update your Atheros drivers manually

  1. On your keyboard, press the Windows logo key and R at the same time, then copy & paste devmgmt.
  2. In Device Manager, right-click your Atheros products and click Update.
  3. Click Search automatically for updated driver software.

What is Qualcomm Atheros and do I need it?

The Qualcomm Atheros WiFi Driver is the software driver for the WiFi NICs. It is a program used to communicate from the Windows PC OS to the device. This software is required in most cases for the hardware device to function properly.

How do I fix the Qualcomm Atheros wireless network adapter?

Try uninstalling the driver, reinstalling it, and update the drivers if must. We suggest following the solutions listed in this link to fix the network connection issues. If it persists, have it checked by your laptop manufacturer’s service center. Let us know how it went or if you need further help.

How do I reinstall my Qualcomm wireless adapter?

How to Reinstall Qualcomm Atheros Wireless Network Adapter Driver

  1. Uninstall your network adapter driver in Device Manager.
  2. Install a new network adapter driver.
  3. Update your network adapter driver.
  4. If your problem persists, try THIS!

How do I upgrade my WiFi adapter hardware?

How to Upgrade Your Laptop for WiFi

  1. Install a WiFi adapter in a PC Card or Express Card slot.
  2. Replace the built-in adapter with a new unit certified by the original equipment manufacturer.
  3. Add an external WiFi adapter that connects to your laptop through the USB port.