Surface Pro 3 - The problems thread

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  1. Doggie

    Doggie Scribbler - Standard Member

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    I still don't have it and its Thursday at 12:30 eastern US time.
     
  2. metalsiren

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    you could try re-installing the new driver.. but dont forget that there is more changes coming on wed for wireless.
     
  3. kontrol1

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    Looking around it looks like DD-WRT and Surfaces don't play well together especially on 5 GHz.

    Microsft Surface: Inspiring ordinary people to fulfill their potential and become CCNAs.
     
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  4. metalsiren

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    lol, well hey CCNA good career path :) personally I am CCIE-W

    but again I hope that there is more fixes Wed to help people out. I know these AC chip sets are new, but they need to keep pushing fixes ASAP...
     
  5. kontrol1

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    I expect MSFT to bundle CCNA course vouchers and related ebooks plus a Linksys router starting with SP4. Future routers would have the option to get Surface certified.
     
  6. bkydcmpr

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    what do you mean by that? your browser on surface doesn't open dd-wrt pages? the router settings you made through dd-wrt are not bound to dd-wrt in any way, are they?

    I have a buffalo router, I can flash in either dd-wrt or an "user friendly" firmware, seems they don't change the electromagnetic properties of it.
     
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  7. dstrauss

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    What - are you guys all Navajo code talkers or something?
     
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    haha this threads had some awesome calls from the CCNA's to Navajo code talkers. Will have to tell the devs at work that one.
     
  9. jnjroach

    jnjroach Technology Strategist Super Moderator

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    DD-WRT struggled with the SP2 as well, the OSS code had a challenge negotiating the handshake with the Marvell "N" WLAN Adapter, so it doesn't surprise me that it is also struggling with the AC version....
     
  10. lonaysta

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    Finally got the firmware update notification and got it installed. It is surprising that the WiFi is working flawlessly for me even though I restored the power management profile to default. Now looking forward to any changes in the throttling profile.
     
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