Once you have installed it, open a terminal window and type: It’s been quite a while since I used it, so I really don’t remember it, so if you have any questions just post back. Originally Posted by bedforce. For now, just e-mail me at: It then gave me a warning:

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Thanks Dave, this is looking familiar now I’ve installed the ndiswrapper. In the case of my v4. See if you have that folder and what is in it and post back. Originally Posted by bedforce.

September 27th, 7. September 25th, 2. After a long time of blue screens, random disconnects and start-up problems, I figured I’d make a post, seeing how linkyss of the solutions I found online worked for me. Select – Network Adapters if not listed yet 8.

I believe the file came from the Ralink website September 25th, 3. I finally found a set of drivers that would work.

[SOLVED] Another Wireless Question

Any help would be greatly appreciated! September 27th, 6. That way we can help you get this going fairly easily I think!


If you need help with ndiswrapper just post back. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. The time now is Just post back what you find out either about the version, the lspci, or from looking at the installation CD. From the link given above, find your chipset under part wmp45ge column and then click to download.

Message 1 of 7 6, Views. For now, just e-mail me at: I had a computer that was a Dell, years old, and about a month ago I built wmp45fs new computer of various high end parts. September 26th, 4. Find it in the list of devices and uninstall it.

WMP45G v4.1

So I installed ,inksys ndisgtk and ran the sudo ndisgtk command, then installed the netani. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Message 5 of 7 6, Views. Maybe a different driver will help you with your problems Select – Browse My Computer for driver software 6. If you don’t have that folder, we can look in device manager in Windows or in the windows directory paths for one of the files to try to determine what you have and need.


And as much as I love Ubuntu and it is awesome and everything, I really wish they could have made it so I don’t need to connect to the internet to connect to the internet.

Once you have installed it, open a terminal window and type: As stated before, do a Google to find your chipset no identifiers on the card.

So I want to set up my wireless pci card Linksys WMP45G limksys, but my computer desktop is too far from the router so I cannot establish a wired connection.

The files in that download also match those in my: