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Old 04-08-2007, 11:23 PM   #1
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Question Zoom 4410 Wireless-G-It is supposed to work with Ndiswrapper, but, i don't no how to


Hello, I have a Zoom 4410 Wireless-G USB Adapter, is there a driver solution for this product, i have linux ubuntu edgy, if there is a driver solution where is it, and how do i install it? Any help will be greatly appreciated.
-I do not believe that it is a "self installing" device per say-

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Old 04-09-2007, 12:41 AM   #2
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It's listed as working on the ndiswrapper site.

http://ndiswrapper.sourceforge.net/m...index.php/List
 
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I am quite "clueless" in this area of Linux. As before all help is appreciated thanks for the responses up to this point.

- I read about ndiswrapper, i know what it is (sort of), but a little "tutorial" sort of on what i should do would be great.
I need to install ndiswrapper from download, b/c the computer in question does not have Internet other than wireless (which is what i am trying to set up), so it is stuck with no Internet until i get this fixed.
-I have the drivers on cd (the windows drivers)

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Old 04-09-2007, 12:24 PM   #4
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Nothing I could say would be any more explicit or relevant than what's here: http://ndiswrapper.sourceforge.net/m....php/Main_Page

Instructions on how to get the code, how to install it and how to make it work are all there.

I suggest grabbing everything you need and putting it on a USB thumb drive or CD for installation on the Linux system.
 
Old 04-09-2007, 02:12 PM   #5
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Hi, at this point i am having problems with cabextract, whenever i try to cabextract, i get the error that the file does not exist, i know it exists, and i can't find a decent instructions on exactly what to do. What i am doing is cd to the directory of the .exe setup file and typing cabextract setup.exe... is that what i am supposed to do? or what do i do to get it to work, what i am trying to do is cabextract on this box, put the files on usb and go ndiswrapp on the other box. Thanks for helping me, sorry for my lack of knowledge in this area.
 
Old 04-10-2007, 08:19 PM   #6
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I've never used cabextract - I've always downloaded the drivers from a site that has them in .sys & .inf form or extracted them on a Windows box by running the .exe. Can't give you much advice there.
 
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Well, i can do it in windows, so how do i go about doing it on windows? (I don't know how to extract the files even on windows)
 
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You run the exe and copy the resultant inf and sys files to a thumb drive.
 
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Ok, from what i understood, i execute the exe, install it to a location and the files i am seeking will be in there. Thanks,
 
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Ok, where would the file be located?, Program Files, or in a windows system folder some where, if you know please tell me? and if it is windows system folder, which one would it be in, thanks again,
 
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Try searching for the file by partial name.

I suspect it's in WINNT\SYS32 or something like that.
 
  


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