ndiswrapper appears to be breaking my Ubuntu 10.10 install
I installed Windows Wireless Drivers from Ubuntu's software center. It also
installed ndiswrapper-common, and ndiswrapper-utils-1.9.
I have a D-Link WUA-2340 usb wifi card. I downloaded drivers from d-link's
website. I extracted the files for the most recent drivers, 150, or 1.50 --
i'm not sure -- and placed them on a folder in my desktop.
I opened windows wireless drivers and pointed it at the .inf file in
desktop/drivers/wua2340_drivers_150/WinXP_2K. the file is netA5AGU.inf
When I hit install, an error popped up. Something like, "Module could not be
loaded: error was" and it didn't tell me what the error was.
Now, when I try to open windows wireless drivers it freezes immediately and
gives me a blank screen. I also notice that the command lsusb does not work in
the terminal -- it just hangs. It worked immediately before the install.
What's the deal? The driver is supported according to the ndiswrapper
Any help would be appreciated! I don't want to buy another card.
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