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hey Guys, i am using whax 3.0 on my centrino machine. Now Whax is not detecing my wireless interface, when pressing autodetect it just prompts me an error message with ...
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    Whax --wireless interface--


    hey Guys,

    i am using whax 3.0 on my centrino machine.
    Now Whax is not detecing my wireless interface, when pressing autodetect it just prompts me an error message with "Unable to autodetect wireless interface"

    any idea? suggestions?

    could it be a compatibility problem?
    any ideas or thoughts??


    Cheers!!
    T.

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    Hi Toutz, not sure I understand the question but I think linux has native
    drivers for those mini-PCI built in laptop wireless cards. driver available at http://support.intel.com/support/not.../CS-006408.htm or http://ipw2200.sourceforge.net/ and http://www.hpl.hp.com/personal/Jean_...tml#CentrinoAG
    or you could try running ndis wrappers and use your windows drivers But it sounds like a driver problem to me.
    good luck

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    Most likely a driver problem as paleadin said. Have a look here and see if it helps:
    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/lin...ork-linux.html

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