Hy guys, I'm using Ndiswrapper on hardy with a my dell inspiron 1520
It works but only wihtout security key,
I can connect to a none secured network, maybe also WEP but WPA and WPA2 doesn't work, my router reports wrong key, and my computer keeps asking for passwort,
someone an idea what to do?
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allright i know that
i already have this problem on BT3
Relevant would be the type of card you have.
As well as any or all command/s & error/s you receive.
Post also in the relevant section, there is a reason for having the subsections.
Check also the BT3 and older wiki for more info. I didn't see a 1520 but a 1521 is listed, if they are similar.
Thank you for hear my whoop;
Dell Inspiron 1520 Laptop
Dell Wireless 1395 WLAN Mini-Card (Broadcom)
Unfortunately, they are not similar.
At first i have no connection whit this card, but by the help of this forum;
i have learned what ndiswrapper is. I have found an explaination about this wlan card in this forum( i am unable to write the address here ) and i did the what has been written.
And now, I can connect to a none secured network, maybe also WEP but WPA and WPA2 doesn't work. I know the password is true. I am using the version of "Wireless Assistant" in BT3 Final.
Moreover, "Wireless Network Manager" do not recognize my card.
For this application, ndiswrapper can not even be a solution too.
I have already searched other titles, but no-one has written something about it.
I hope, i could tell you what my problem is.
Thank you again
Note: My main language is not english, so if i made some mistakes, forgive me
Your going to need to connect using the command line and not network manager. It is not as reliable.
As for the wireless card itself it is probably only going to be good for surfing the internet and not much else (i.e. injection).
It might be better for you to buy a cheap usb card that is supported.