14E4 4311 XP DRIVER

It all depends on how you got your wireless working to begin with. This is the wireless that I have. I would think this is related to the most recent kernel update from Ubuntu. It’s b43 and b43fwcutter now. It’s the wierdest thing. What do you get from the following?

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Yet I’m still having a little problem.

Add ndiswrapper to the list of kernel modules to load at boot time: You must go to http: Click here to Register a free account now! If you can ping the router then the driver and card are working fine. Never mind i am unsure about what i did but it works now. It got connected successfully and got an ip address via dhcp Can’t find the module even though I installed the latest 14d4. That would be my next attempt.

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If you are not running Hardy, then this How-To will not work. First, a little background: It’s the wierdest thing. Some confusion has occurred as to whether the “L” is a “1” or an “I”, hopefully that clarifies! I get the wireless option in the network-manager in the notification area, but 411 are none wireless networks in the “Wireless Networks”-list.


Please help, this is a heron deal breaker for me.

14E4-4311 Xp

Can you sudo modprobe ndiswrapper dmesg tail -n10 And post everything that comes out here, regardless of whether it appears relevant or not. For anyone else who installs the most recent kernel update through the repositories, if you reboot and find yourself without wireless you may need to manually install the package containing the ndiswrapper module, to do that run: Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality.

I’m currently using wicd which I find works quite well. So no, you can’t have messed with the hardware especially not with the wired interface as well.

I personally don’t use the gnome network manager, I tend to alternate between wicd http: A google search for the number relating to your card, ie. The only thing worth noting is that there were a few sites at the end of the first command that didn’t get connected to: Have you reemerged ndiswrapper since changing to the newer kernel? The b43 proprietary driver works fine for me, I just need to undo these steps for blacklisting it on startup P The only differences are: Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled.


After that I found your tutorial.

We’ll leave our script intact, just make it not executable so it doesn’t run on boot: Right, quick update, i wiped Ubuntu and installed it again, Started from the very start, whent though the How to, with a fine hair combe. Well everything looks to be ok, what happens when you run the commands at the end: You’ve had your Wireless card be 411 as eth1 and your wireless card as eth0.

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Starts and connects nice and quickly as soon as i start the laptop and it’s a nice solid signal all the time also. What happens if you run: Well you can probably remove all the redundant lines!

Would that have screwed this up for me? I’m running a HP laptop, tx, hardy heron, amd x