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    Default ASUS EEE 1000H - Using VMware - Dont find wireless devices

    Hi,

    Im noob so dont be bad on me

    Im using BT3 with VMware on my ASUS EEE 1000H. I dont use BT3 usb version.
    I normally boot BT, but if I start wireless asistant, it writes, that BT doesnt find wireless device. Please tell me step-by-step, what I must to do.

    Thank you very much and Merry Christmas!

    jedy357

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    EDIT: I found some answers on this forum... but, coz Im Linux noob, I dont understand it..

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    vmware only supports usb wireless devices.

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    Oh, I see... And can I use BT3 in Windows, without VMvare ? If yes, please write me link with step-by-step guide. Thank you very much for reply

    jedy357

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    Quote Originally Posted by jedy357 View Post
    Oh, I see... And can I use BT3 in Windows, without VMvare ? If yes, please write me link with step-by-step guide. Thank you very much for reply

    jedy357
    No. Backtrack is a live cd which means it can be booted and used with out altering your current operating system at all.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Live_CD

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    Quote Originally Posted by pureh@te View Post
    No. Backtrack is a live cd which means it can be booted and used with out altering your current operating system at all.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Live_CD
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    Quote Originally Posted by pureh@te View Post
    vmware only supports usb wireless devices.
    I think it must be set as member's welcome message as normally every new visitor ask this question because he don't want to give his fingers a little bit pain for searching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by secure_it View Post
    I think it must be set as member's welcome message as normally every new visitor ask this question because he don't want to give his fingers a little bit pain for searching.
    I've told him to make that his sig. Though I like the big ass flashing banner idea too. Hey jedy357, I'm not making fun of you, we just get that question a lot.
    Of course, if you really wanted to have some fun, go to Wal-Mart late at night and ask the greeter if they could help you find trashbags, roll of carpet, rope, quicklime, clorox and a shovel. See if they give you any strange looks. --Streaker69

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    I've told him to make that his sig. Though I like the big ass flashing banner idea too. Hey jedy357, I'm not making fun of you, we just get that question a lot.
    those flashing banners should be-

    1.rt73 chipset & those nasty USB Dongles,how to make them work
    2.vmware supports only usb wireless NIC
    3.cracking wep/wpa/neighbor router is not supported here

    what do you think barry?

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    Quote Originally Posted by secure_it View Post
    those flashing banners should be-

    1.rt73 chipset & those nasty USB Dongles,how to make them work
    2.vmware supports only usb wireless NIC
    3.cracking wep/wpa/neighbor router is not supported here

    what do you think barry?
    And perhaps a script that automatically uses the thread title as a search term on the forum each time a new member attempts to create a thread. The actual submit button would then be moved down to the bottom of the first search result page so that the user at least would be forced to scroll past the first few hits and decide to nevertheless post his question.
    -Monkeys are like nature's humans.

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