What you could try is uninstalling the driver from Realtek's website ( @ giogrig: you don't need to uninstall anything of course), then installing compat-drivers. That's a package with drivers from newer Linux kernel versions which usually contain many improvements over Realtek's own ones.
Please download the package from here: https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel ... 3-2.tar.xz
After extracting the XZ file, go to the folder where you extracted it, right-click > Open in Terminal, then run these commands to install it:
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sudo make install
@ giogrig: Please open a new topic if you have any further questions. This is arsivci's topic; even if the problem looks the same, it's still preferred to open a new topic for your questions (see the forum rules).
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