I don’t really know what I’m doing It goes completely dead and you need a cold boot. I used ndis, and installed the windows driver I’ve tried to configure. Last edited by chpacabrah; at I’m using a fresh install of Ubunto 6. The driver is kind of buggy and I had to re-run the script a few times before the card would work. Right now I’m usuing my ethernet cable from my other computer, but I need to get the wireless working.
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Right now I’m usuing my ethernet cable from my other computer, but I need to get the wireless working.
Xp is installed on one hard drive. Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Gigabytd to page: Under the networking gui, i think it only holds 13 characters. The problem is that when the card is plugged in, the system is liable to crash, particularly if I’m trying to use or set up the card.
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My WEP key is 26 characters. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. When it does crash, the system doesn’t respond to any emergency keystrokes, and the mouse doesn’t move.
The time now is Last edited by swedishfrog; at The system crashes when I try to update the wireless settings via the Gui. Hm I’ll try this. If you need to reset your password, lknux here.
The internet was usable for a while but the system would crash randomly, within hours but sometimes sooner. Slow preformance without wifi card in system.
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I used ndis, and installed lunux windows driver I’ve tried to configure. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? Visit the following links: Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux? Thanks for the help I did not try to install multiple distros at once Here are some details: Any suggestions would be appreciated.
I let the installer format and partition the Linux drive before each install. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in.
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Under ndisgtk, I installed the xp windows driver, and it says hardware is connected.