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This chipset is supported by the b43 driver as of kernel 2.6.33 with some tweaks. If you want to try that instead, instructions for installing a new kernel and loading ...
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    This chipset is supported by the b43 driver as of kernel 2.6.33 with some tweaks. If you want to try that instead, instructions for installing a new kernel and loading b43 with the necessary options are here.

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    Anyway

    I'm back, for a time I was in another city at campus and there I had my wireless perfect(it was without password, and i entered username and password when i entered internetbrowser) and I thought it was my passwrord probles(silly, yes), but now at home - everything the same.
    And I think I have messed up my computer, because when i look up for wireless drivers, even windows drivers, there is non.

    On the other hand, it seems that my card works then. It lead to the question, are my settings somehow wrong? Password is correct, but just not connect. (I think I am back et the beginning)???
    Maybe someone will find time to look my case..

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