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I don't have any suggestions of the above but don't these directions work at all:
Card: Linksys WPC54G v2, 54Mbps -- link here
Chipset: Texas Instruments ACX 111
Driver: Linksys ftp://ftp.linksys.com/pub/network/wp...lity_v2.02.zip
Other: linux-2.6.8-gentoo kernel, ndiswrapper 0.10.Kept having kernel panic (interrupt-related) upon module load until I set CONFIG_PCI_MSI=y (and unset CONFIG_4KSTACKS, just in case.) Also, used "ndiswrapper -i LSTINDS.INF" (NOT lsbcmnds.inf). Works with 64 and 128-bit WEP. Sometimes need to repeat config info (and commit) repeatedly, else driver & card will ignore requested setup. Also works with Gentoo 2.6.9-r9, ndiswrapper 0.12 and drivers that came from CD.
If they work there they should work for you as well. It also says which driver. And from the other thread I understand you used the GUI tools try to do that as little as possible since at times they simply give wrong info.
Where I'm stuck is there is no power indications to the Wireless Nic in the PCMCIA slot.
When I do a ndiswrapper -l is says driver present - nothing about hardware present. The
examples I have seen is that it is suppose to show both?