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    Default Run BT Virtually w/ Internal Wireless?

    So after much head pounding I read you can't use your wireless card fully in BT when running it on VMware, that you need an USB based wireless. Is there any program that can run BT virtually and I can still use my internal wireless card?

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    Default Re: Run BT Virtually w/ Internal Wireless?

    Nope, even VBox won't work. There is no porgram that can run backtrack virtually and let you use your wireless card. This is because the Virtual Machine can't access/control the PCI Hardware on the host machine. You could have internet connection on the vm through the wireless card though. To do so just set the network adapter to NAT.

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    Default Re: Run BT Virtually w/ Internal Wireless?

    NO you can not.
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