Any suggestions are also appreciated. The Feisty one is 1. The only problem I have now is that I can’t standby or hibernate with my wireless card enabled. The item may be missing the original packaging such as the original box or bag or tags or in the original packaging but not sealed. Networkmanager just shows a wired connection, no option with wireless. Pages 1 You must login or register to post a reply. How do I get ndiswrapper to load on boot automatically?

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Okay, here’s how to get the standard Feisty ndiswrapper working: Unzip the drivers, and note where they’re installed. Active topics Unanswered topics. One of these drivers could work with 32bit Vista or Seven.

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Belkin F5D8010 Wireless Pre-N Notebook Network Card Windows Drivers

Did you get a wireoess on this? It probably will work with the other cards that use the same chipset, but I have no way of checking. It worked after I had rebooted and removed the card, then rebooted it once more and then finally rebooting with the card in. That driver has something called “Heartbeat Threshold 5. I need a wifi card for my laptop for travelling internationally.


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I tried the latest version on sourceforge, to no avail. The “off” amount and percentage simply signifies the calculated difference between the seller-provided price for the item elsewhere and the seller’s price on eBay. It shows up when I enter lspci -nn Hi, Pre-h have just installed Ubuntu 7.

From terminal, konsole or whatever you use, type this: Laptop Wireless Network Card. Which guide did you try, Danni’s or mine? Again in the terminal, run: The version I used is 1. Last edited by botus With luck you should now be able to connect to your network.

I followed all the directions in Justin’s tutorial, so now I’m stuck. Right-click on network manager and disable networking, then remove the card. Forcing ndiswrapper to use the device id is achieved with “sudo ndiswrapper -a 17CB: Thinking Feisty might be better I tried again.

If they don’t, try a restart mine didn’t show till after I’d restarted and modprobe ndiswrapper again. No, just kidding; it looks like it was ahead of it’s time for a chipset. In fact, it seems to be working better on Feisty than it did on Edgy when I compiled it. I downloaded the driver and installed it successfully using the “ndiswrapper -i” command.


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One way to deduce is via the original driver. Any suggestions are also appreciated. Filen eller katalogen finns inte driver ‘tmimo3p.

If you do try running the commands again. The quickest way for me was to run these commands: