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If you've decided that you need to use ndiswrapper to get your wireless networking card going, there's a couple of places you should check if you have problems:


Carefully read the tips and tricks thread on this board (perhaps a little out of date, but still good advice).


If you're having trouble make sure you get the latest version of ndiswrapper from their website to replace the mandrive supplied version.


You'll need the kernel-source rpm that matches your running kernel (check this kernel version with uname -a) - use Easy-urpmi to help install this if need be.


Check the list of wireless cards to see if anyone has had success with your card.


If you've read all these documents and are still having problems - then please start a new topic and people will try their best to help.

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