Rasto Sramek wrote:
> OK. Replying my own post.
> Problem solved, although I'm not really happy about it.
> When I turned off the preemtive kernel, everything
> started working fine. Is it possibly a bug in ndiswrapper?
> With the thinkpad 600e, the problem seems to be in ACPI,
> with APM instead, it's working fine (without the preempt).
> Thanks anyway,
On an HP z1115, ndiswrapper works fine with ACPI and a preemptive kernel
(2.6.14-rc4). There have been a lot of ACPI changes since 2.6.12.
>>Recently I bought a Netgear WG511 v2 PCMCIA card,
>>and I have problems with it.
>>It is the one with Marvell chipset, I use ndiswrapper1.4,
>>and either one of the drivers that came with the card.
>>That would be wg511v2.inf + .sys from windows xp or windows 98.
>>Formerly, it used to work occasionaly, but mostly it crashed my system
>>in first 0-20 seconds. Now, upon recompiling kernel 2.6.12 with
>>16KB stack patch, it just hang my system on modprobe.
>>After recompiling the kernel with overflow checking and so on,
>>it shows nasty memory dumps.
>>On another laptop (Thinkpad 600E), similar kernel, it
>>dumps this upon modprobing with card inside, or putting the card inside
>>with ndiswrapper loaded:
>>ndiswrapper: driver wg511v2 (NETGEAR, 09/17/2004,188.8.131.52) loaded
>>PCI: Enabling device 0000:06:00.0 (0000 -> 0002)
>>ACPI: PCI Interript 0000:06:00.0[A] -> Link [LNKB] -> GSI 9 (level, low)
>>-> IRQ 9
>>ndiswrapper: using irq 9
>>ndiswrapper (ndiswrapper_add_pci_device:221): Windows driver couldn't
>>initialize the device (00000000)
>>ndiswrapper: probe of 0000:06:00.0 failed with error -22
>>Does anybody know any solution? I still have about a week to change
>>the card, but it's already a second time (the first was a acx111
>>chipset, and probably broken antenna, because it had very poor signal).
>>Thank you very much,