The first thing you need to know it’s that although the PCI output shows a Realtek 8171 wireless adapter, in reality it is a Realtek RTL8191SE!
With this in mind you only need to download this file which was referenced in this thread on post #134 and execute the commands below. Make sure to remove the NDISWrapper driver before doing this if you have already installed and set it up.
After download, unpack driver:
$ tar xvf rtl8192se_linux_2.6.0010.1211.2009.tar.gz $ cd rtl8192se_linux_2.6.0010.1211.2009 $ sudo make
Then you need to edit two files:
$ sed -i 's/install: modules/install:/g' ./ieee80211/Makefile $ sed -i 's/install: modules/install:/g' ./HAL/rtl8192/Makefile
Finally install and load:
$ sudo make install $ sudo echo "r8192se_pci" >> /etc/modules $ sudo modprobe r8192se_pci
Your wireless should now be working.