I really hate to hit the Submit Reply button on this one. It looks like it has a Atmel at76ca chipset. I retried, using the Win driver same name only to be told “driver is already installed”. So, despite your help, I’m still stuck. Then I should have something ready to present to y’all.
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Most wifi adapters in the stores have Broadcom chipsets which can be made to work following this guide. Thank you again for your technical and moral support. I’ll carry on trying to solve the problem, and if I do, I’ll post it here. The Compaq desktop I’m building up is presently hooked up directly to the router, working fine.
So that you’re not left hanging waiting on an answer that may not come since people hate to be the bearer of bad news including myself.
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I had this same problem using Ubuntu 9. Oh yeah and welcome. I was hoping that someone would jump in with a solution but apparently not. Someone please hold me by the hand and walk me through I have a GSky and ljnux works great. Try 1 froze right away. There was a version 2. I’ll look for the chipset for that adapter and see what I can find out. You should’ve technically started a hwu54r thread for this, but that’s all well and good. Then open a terminal. When booting up there are those half-dozen system options to choose from I chose the first one this linuc.
It looks like that adapter was made between and from what I could gather on it. I am now running after booting without the adapter and not sure what to do next This isn’t going to be what you want to hear.
I did some searching for your adapter and it didn’t look good. INF file in this directory but I got the following message at one point in the terminal – “couldn’t find “sisu. So, despite your help, I’m still stuck. All config files need.
Sorry if the above is long-winded, but the secret seems to be to download the latest available driver for WinXP from the TrendNet site before any of the suggested solutions can work I then deleted the old driver.
LOL, I’m about ready to call it a Night myself so don’t feel bad if you want to pick it up in the Morning. I retried, using the Win driver same name only to be told “driver is already installed”.
You won’t know which version you’re hwwu54d when you order it. Maybe that’s not a good idea.
It looks like it has a Atmel at76ca chipset. There were a lot of results that were saying it causes system freezes and the newest driver I could find for it for linux was from back in here http: Okay, this will be slow but I need to chronicle what’s happening. Here are the results from the searches: My laptop has no problem with it.
Right now I’m operating on meg, but hwu54dd to kick that up in the near future, to a gig or more. Mouse pointer and clicking did nothing.