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Old 09-14-2005, 05:05 PM   #1
rickeysh15arma123
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Question need help installing wpc11 ver 4 on FC 3 or FC 4 using Realtek driver


Hi guys I have a 2 Compaq presarios R3000 with fedora 3 and fedora 4.
I bought 2 wpc11 ver 4 cards as the broadcom cards on board doesnot work even with ndiswrapper(system crashes on booting tried it many times)
Now i realised that this version 4 is also not compatible only ver 3 is.
Wud really appreciate help regarding install of realtek driver, so that i can use wpc11 ver 4 cards.
(I am a newbie, and would appreciate proper guidance).
Thanks.
 
Old 09-15-2005, 10:53 AM   #2
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There are some well-documented issues with ndiswrapper and default FC kernels. Read the documentation, especially the FAQ, for ndiswrapper.

There are also numerous threads here on the WPC11 v4. They will give you lots of good info.
 
  


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