Hi! That chipset is not well supported in kali, I won’t recommend it at all, but you can try:
Did you add the card to the USB list as shown in lecture 13? If you did, then make sure that you don’t physically connect the card to the computer until Kali is fully booted, connect the card, then go to the USB settings and check the adapter is there. If you’ve already done the above, then please try the following suggestions: – Experiment with connecting the adapter before and after Kali fully loads, and after you log in as root. – Experiment with setting the adapter to use USB 2.1 and USB 3.1 in VMWare’s USB settings. – Make sure you connect the adapter directly to the computer, don’t use a hub or an extension. – And experiment with connecting the adapter to different USB ports.
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