If you did use ndiswrapper
correctly, ndiswrapper -l
will show you that the driver is installed and that the hardware is present; you need to load the ndiswrapper
kernel module using modprobe -i ndiswrapper
(if you didn't use additional scripts to configure ndiswrapper
). To have ndiswrapper
ready at boot time, you have to add it in /etc/modules
(just add a new line: "ndiswrapper" (no quotes)).
If you've got problems using ndiswrapper
, look here: http://www.eracc.com/content/how-use-ndiswrapper
N.B.: Please don't double post! You won't get help faster, you're diverting attention, and you may need to collect information instead of having it all in one thread. Not good - neither for you nor for those who want to help.