wireless card problems
Date: 4 Jul 2005 10:16:01 -0700
I'm using FC3 on a P4, 1.3 GhZ machine with 256 MB of RAM. It's also
dual-booting with XP Home. I've been using Ndiswrapper to try to make
the card useable (Linksys WMP11) on FC3. The problem is, Ndiswrapper
detects the drivers, but can't find the hardware. I checked the
hardware profile for the card, but didn't find it. Of course, XP finds
the card and uses it perfectly.
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