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Hi all, I've got a wireless card, a Surecom EP-9321-g, and i'm trying to install the drivers using ndiswrapper. I have successfully installed a Gigabyte card to my computer at ...
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    PCI Wireless Drivers Invalid


    Hi all,
    I've got a wireless card, a Surecom EP-9321-g, and i'm trying to install the drivers using ndiswrapper. I have successfully installed a Gigabyte card to my computer at home. These Surecom cards are the ones we are using at school. I've tried the drivers from the website and they are invalid according to ndiswrapper. If anyone can help me to resolve this problem or have a driver that should work with this card please post.

    Regards, Simulator

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    Check out this thread to see what chipset the card uses and if any driver exists for it.

    For ndiswrapper, check out this list
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    I've tried using ndiswrapper's list. The pci id is 00:09 and that shows the driver for BT Voyager 1040. I tried this and it is still invalid. I may try my gigabytes drivers but they may not work. Any other ideas?

    Regards, Simulator

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    try the driver which came with the card on the cd.
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    I wasn't able to try those as they were in a exe file. I know there is a way to get them but I can't find it.

    Regards, Simulator

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    well you could always use a windows computer to extract the drivers perhaps at a friend's place or the local internet cafe or something like that.
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