I made a mistake by answering to Pavel Roskin directly, here is my message
and his answer :
It's not a pcmcia card, it is a "mini-pci" card ! It's in my laptop, I
cannot access to the card (without screwdriver...).
Thanks for answering.
Pavel Roskin :
The card is not shown in "lspci" output. I think it's a PCI-to-PCMCIA
bridge and a PCMCIA card integrated on on MiniPCI board. I've seen such
If you had a Windows PCI driver for that card as a whole it would have
worked. But it looks like both Windows and Linux treat this card as a
PCMCIA device in a bridge. ndiswrapper cannot deal with PCMCIA drivers.
More information about my laptop :
I'm using orinoco 0.15rc3
When i check `dmesg`, i find this :
Firmware determined as Lucent/Agere 6.14
Ad-hoc demo mode supported
IEEE standard IBSS ad-hoc mode supported
WEP supported, 104-bit key
Station name "HERMES I"