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I'm trying to installl some atmel drivers but first i need to identify my pcmcia card. Im not sure why its not working, as i have had many priror installs ...
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    Wirless pcmcia card not identified


    I'm trying to installl some atmel drivers but first i need to identify my pcmcia card. Im not sure why its not working, as i have had many priror installs of Mandrake 10 community and it was detected in cardctl and lspci.

    I dont want to have to reinstall the operation system for 5th time becuase something else isnt working, so if anyone knows how i can solve this problem it would be greatly appreciated.

    After i get this done i can start working on compiling the drivers( which should take about a week seeing how horrible these things are and how poorly documented they are)

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    i installed the atmel drivers just fine

    i have a belkin card it was somthing like fd5904 ver. 2 or somthing of the like with the atmel chipset, either way it had the atmel chipset, so i used the drivers from linux-wlan.com their drivers were easy to install and worked fairly well with very little tweaking to it. where did you get your drivers from?

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    wireless tools

    You can grab the wireless tools here, and lots of instructions for installing, etc. good luck....

    http://www.hpl.hp.com/personal/Jean_...nux/Tools.html

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