Hi everyone I have this USB device: TP-LINK TL-WN7200ND Ver: 1.0 (RT3070) and windows 7. I am trying to test cracking a wireless connection and here what I found. The info I found seems overwhelming and contradicting in some cases, in many cases things might work presuming a person knows how to edit an ISO and knows his way around linux and linux drivers and commands (I only used linux once and did not manage to understand how it works and removed it) I was hoping to be able to do it with windows 7 but it seems that the needed drivers to perform certain tasks are there for linux only. Ok, so I searched and found backtrack which has replaced an old project but backtrak is too big I found out that I need Beini reading Beini sites I was forwarded to Xiaopan at first Xianpan change log states that RT3070 problems are fixed and they work then people are reporting problems with RT3070 then admins sending users to links of subjects that I could not understand and seems to say that it needs more work than "it works" then I found a compatibility list saying that my chipset does not work with xiaopan, reading Xiaopan forums I found out that my card works with Beini 1.2.2a then I read people reporting success with Xiaopan then I found a link here saying that my card works Beini 1.2.1 (not 1.2.2a) ....... So according to the latest updates and discoveries, what is the best linux that works with my usb device TP-LINK TL-WN7200ND Ver: 1.0 (RT3070) without extra steps that is not mentioned in the guides and without problems ???? I hope someone with my exact same device can read this post, thanks all. Oh and my internet is like 10kb/s at best so I am having a lot of hard time just reading pages so downloading a wrong version of a small linux is a nightmare.