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Thread: BT4 on Lenovo Thinkpad T60(2007-55G)

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    Recently I install on my usb external hard drive BT 4 pre final.
    But neither LAN (Intel Gigaset 1000) or Intel Wifi 3945 ABG not detected.
    A link with a correct working driver for ati x1300 could be helpfull.

    Thanq you!

    Quote Originally Posted by dexter1983 View Post
    Recently I install on my usb external hard drive BT 4 pre final.
    But neither LAN (Intel Gigaset 1000) or Intel Wifi 3945 ABG not detected.
    A link with a correct working driver for ati x1300 could be helpfull.

    Thanq you!
    Seems there are missing some files:
    On boot mbprobe error , directory kernel 2.6.29 is missing.
    I tried to manualy install intel wifi card 3945 ABG, no succes

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    i had a different result with my ibm t60, everything worked fine. i was even able to monitor wifi activity. i was using the intel inbuilt wifi adapter

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    I find it hard to believe that neither your wired connection and wireless connection aren't working. Maybe you didn't read information on how to activate those interfaces, and because of that when the interface I'm sure would be visible with relevant tools would be rendered invisible to you.

    As with the x1300 driver, I'm sure there's updates in the repository that you may want to try before asking, even an updated kernel.

    You aren't specific with the kernel directory. Exactly what are you referring to there?

    All in all, you lack linux basics.

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