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I have a WMP54G card, downloaded the driver, and used wine to go into setup, but when the graphic setup wizard launches, it is all distorted and impossible to read. ...
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    I have a WMP54G card, downloaded the driver, and used wine to go into setup, but when the graphic setup wizard launches, it is all distorted and impossible to read. Does anyone know how to solve this problem? It worked perfectly on windows 2000 (Im new to linux)

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    Please help, if I didnt give enough information tell me

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    Did you try to use the windows driver?

    You mention running wine. Did you try to run the windows setup program? I
    will not work on linux. You can use the windows driver if you use the linuxant driver wrapper, or the
    NDISwrapper on sourceforge. I have never tried either of these.

    There is more info at http://www.linuxquestions.org/hcl/sh...hp?product=309

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    yes, I did in fact use the windows setup prog. Thanks for setting me straight, I dont have time now, but Ill try it in a few hours

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    ok, so now I have ndiswrapper and the driver, and, as an exwindows user, I am have no clue whatsoever as to how to open the driver with ndiswrapper . Is there a command I have to use or something?

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