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    linksys wpc54g (ndiswrapper)

    alright well i tried installing drivers for my linksys card for my compaq presario using ndiswrapper, but when i use ndiswrapper -i /mnt/cdrom/Drivers/NT/bcmwl5.sys (i also tried ndiswrapper -i /mnt/cdrom/Drivers/wmpci54g.inf) when i use ndiswrapper -l i get something that shows, the file name w/ invalid driver next to it, also when i installed the file it said error line 135, idk wats happening, i think i just might take this card back and get a different one, unless someone has any simple fixes, also if anyone knows any decent wireless cards they could suggest that would be appreciated also

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    Linux Guru AlexK's Avatar
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    Feb 2005
    A few sugestions:
    1. Copy the driver files, i.e. the whole drivers directory to your hard drive, then try ndiswrapper commands.

    2. See this page and search for your card. Use a driver which is known to work.
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