ndis wrapper works fine as I've just set it up on my laptop with a broadcom chipset.
You are trying to point ndiswrapper at the dll files that windows is using, which won't work. You need the entire windows driver package as you would download it including dll's, ini's and critically the .inf file. And you need to make sure its the correct driver.
Install by -
ndiswrapper -i <path>/<drivername>.inf
the check it by -
it will tell you if hardware is present for the driver you installed. I had two different infs one with an 'a' suffix so had to try both.
Last edited by baldy3105; 11-25-2005 at 06:42 AM.