I installed Debian 10 on an Asus notebook. As soon as I installed the Wi-Fi was not working. My WIFI chip is
MEDIATEK Corp. MT7630e 802.11bgn Wireless Network Adapter
I installed the package firmware-misc-nonfree but Debian still didn't found the WiFi chip so as suggested in many forum I installed this driver https://github.com/neurobin/MT7630E. As soon as I installed it everything worked fine.
The problems started when I try to connect to another Wifi. The network manager start searching forever a new Wifi using 100% of one core of the CPU without possibility to stop the process(I tried all possible command for stopping the NetworkManager, like stopping the service and kill the process). I tried to wait until it stop but after hours it never stop.
I tried to reboot and shutdown multiple time and the only way to make the Wifi working again is to shoutdown the notebook by hold down the power button.
How can I solve this problem?
EDIT: The workaround I'm using consist to install the driver(the one from Github) at startup and uninstall before shutdown. It's not a solution but it's the only way to not hold down the power button.