And, unlike some motherboard components, or video adapters, there is no such thing as a ‘generic driver’ for a NIC. Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility https: If not, install it. Also, post the results of ndiswrapper -l that’s a lower case “L” back here also. How do I make it autoconnect so I don’t have to do this everytime I boot? Looks like it’s been orphaned. This file describes kernel modules you want to load at boot.

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The time now is Likely that the CD’s drivers are a bit outdated.

I wmp11c4 this step for step and still no go. No Vista support for that card, and the last driver update was in May, Marked as answer by Andy Song Thursday, March 19, 5: September 20th, 9. Even motherboards and video adapters are very limited in their functionality, until proper drivers are loaded. Monday, February 23, Looks like it’s been orphaned. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.


If nobody has any other options, I would do the following: Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility https: Ok small issue though. September 20th, 4. September 20th, 7. It doesn’t autoconnect when I boot the computer.

Linksys WMP11 v4 Wireless-B PCI Adapter Driver Windows 98SE/ME//XP | Opendrivers

lijksys Have you tried going to Linksys’ website, and downloading the latest Vista driver for the card? How do I make it autoconnect so I don’t have to do this everytime I boot?

September 20th, 5. Also, check Linksys’ web site for the availability of a Windows XP driver – if available please download it and save to a new folder.

WMP11v4 driver problem

If not, install it. Results 1 to 10 of Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use.

Install the package ndisgtk which will give you a nice gui for ndiswrapper. Have a go that way.

Linksys WMP11 v4 Wireless-B PCI Adapter Drivers for Windows XP

September 20th, 6. At the end of this file add this line: Awesome, that made it so easy. Like I said, I connect and it works good but it doesn’t autoconnect. What am I doing wrong? For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here.


I am connected and it is working sweet thanks. HTH, Chris [If this post helps to resolve your issue, please click the “Mark as Answer” or “Helpful” button at the top of this message.

It shows the computer icon with an X on it and I have to left click on that icon, click on “Connect to xo wireless network”, enter in the network name and hit Connect.

September 19th, 3.

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