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I am looking for some drivers so this Belkin Wireless G Plus notebook card will work with Fll 32-bit. Any suggestion or help will be greatly appreciated....
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    Smile Drivers For a Belkin Wireless G Plus Vs.2000


    I am looking for some drivers so this Belkin Wireless G Plus notebook card will work with Fll 32-bit. Any suggestion or help will be greatly appreciated.

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    Smile Belkin Drivers

    I believe I ask the wrong question. What I really want to ask for was the firmware to talk to the drivers in the Belkin Wireless G Plus Notebook Card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by legraves View Post
    I am looking for some drivers so this Belkin Wireless G Plus notebook card will work with Fll 32-bit. Any suggestion or help will be greatly appreciated.
    FII? Please expand. I'm not familiar with that, unless you are referring to Fedora 2.
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubberman View Post
    FII? Please expand. I'm not familiar with that, unless you are referring to Fedora 2.
    I agree indeed!
    IF you are using Fedora 2, then may I suggest that you do yourself a big huge favor by downloading a newer distro such as Fedora 11 or Ubuntu 9.04. Either one will have ten times better hardware support.
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    Belkin Drivers

    Fedora 11 is the OS. I changed my mind on installing Fedora 11 and decided to load Windows 7 Prerelease Candidate and the Belkin Card works just fine. However, thanks for you response. It seem like to much work to go through. I was going to use a virtual machine to run the Windows 7 OS, but because the card would not work on Fedora 11, I decided just to use the Window 7 alone.

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    You really didn't even give us a chance to help make it work. There are a few hoops that you need to jump through to get a wireless to function, but it is worth it in the end. You will learn something about your operating system in the process.

    What did you learn by installing a windows beta? You learned that everything about windows is a big secret, that's what you learned!
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    FC11 still has some issues. Depending upon the chipset used in the Belkin card, you can probably get or extract the firmware to install on your system.
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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