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I was just given a wireless router-swtich that came with a pcmcia card, it is Microsoft brand. The card is a MN-720. I have tried to set it up as the posts talk about for the MN-520 with no luck. I have no lights or any indication that the system knows it is there. I have looked all over the internet but my searches have been less than fruitfull.
I GOT IT, WOO HOO!!!!!!!! :-) Go to http://www.linuxant.com and download there driverloader software, you install it and then point the web broswer to http://localhost:18020. Then you pick out the windows driver files. opt for the free trial license to make sure it works. After you know it works a regular license is only $15.
Well, it was still locking the system. I e-mailed www.linuxant.com and was told to upgrade, I had version 1.21, I upgrade to 1.24 and reset my speed to the fastest 54g performance and have not had a lockup yet.