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Old 06-25-2004, 04:00 AM   #1
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ndiswrapper help needed?

I installed ndiswrapper as said inside the INSTALL file,and everything went exaclly as they said,my drivers loaded without errors. I typed in modprobe ndiswrapper,and that was successful. Now,when i type in iwconfig,my wlan() settings is displayed and looks correct. As i said,everthing looks in order. But, i don't see a NDISWRAPPER adapter inside my NETWORK program(system settings,network). Is this a problem? When i activate that wireless network monitor at the taskbar,and i goto properties, it does display a wlan adapter.I haven't connected my antena yet,so there won't be any activiy yet. Is my ndiswrapper loaded correctly at this stage? If i type dmesg, it does display my wlan0 adapter information and .sys file correctly.

Please Help if you can.


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