1st of all, let's see if it is there..
are you saying that the driver is supported by the kernel of ubuntu 7.04?
Yes, I think so, to check it, open a terminal and enter the command :
sudo modprobe -l | grep sis190 (it will ask you password)
If you have this module installed it will reply with something like :
Second, if you have this module installed (I mean modprobe -l returns a positive match like above), check if the module is loaded.
to see if module is loaded, on terminal enter the command:
this command returns loaded modules with "sis" in its name.
Options for this troubleshooting:
1- If the first command returns you have the kernel module, *AND* the second command returns it isn't loaded:
- Load the module: on terminal enter "sudo modprobe sis190" without quotes.
- Try to configure your card.
- If this doesn't work, post here the output of the first and second command and the output from the command: "dmesg | grep sis"
2- The first command says you don't have the module (returns none):
- It will be more complicated, say it here and the output from the command: "uname -a" without quotes.