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Old 1st January 2006, 04:14 AM
Iluminator101 Offline
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Linksys PCI Wireless Card wmp54gs

Hello Everyone
Happy New Year

I been trying forever to get my new wireless card to work in fd4
i download the latest driver from linksys
these are steps what i did
mkdir /root/wireless_driver

cp bcmwl5.sys /root/wireless_driver

cd WMP54GS.inf /root/wireless_driver

i already had installed and setup ndiswrapper

#ndiswrapper -i WMP54GS.inf 'in wireless_driver folder
its installs
#ndiswrapper -l
#ndiswrapper -m
#depmod -a
#modprobe ndiswrapper
i do iwconfig to configure everything essid, and key

i activate it on network device control panel
i get an error Set Encode (8B2A) error
please help, I did delete eth0 from network device control panel but it keeps
i dont know what problem i am just about tried everything
please help me if you can
Again wishing you a happy and rewarding new year

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