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Old 04-11-2008, 09:40 AM   #1
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iwl3945 or ipw3945?

hi all!

guys i wonna ask which the diffirents about ipw3945 and iwl3945....

for me ipw3945 was more stable....

iwl3945 sometimes don't connect on AP at startup....

which is more stable to use?

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There used to be a driver specific for the 3945 hardware (ipw3945 hosted on This project is deprecated, please use the iwlwifi driver instead.
I am running a laptop with the 2.6.24 kernel, which has all the iwlwifi stuff built-in. All I had to add was the microcode. Everything seems to be working perfectly.


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