Hi everybody,
I've got an issue for you, which is gonna sound probably stupid.. to the most of you here, but everybody with his talent, right? Ok, check this out, I've installed BackTrack 2 in my USB flash drive, so, I boot it from there without having any problems. My laptop is an HP Pavillion dv2000, and it's wireless network card an Intel 3945ABG PRO (as usual..). I performed the following steps (after I read it from another web page) in order to enable my 3945 card:
Code:
Open a console and type:

cd /usr/src/drivers/ipw3945-1.2.0

Hit enter then type

load

Hit enter

Your Intel® PRO/Wireless 3945ABG can now be found at eth1


For Those of you that have backtrack2 installed on your hdd. To save typing all that in every time you restart.

Open a console and type

alias 3945="cd /usr/src/drivers/ipw3945-1.2.0"

Hit enter

now all you have to do to enable your Intel® PRO/Wireless 3945ABG is type

3945

Hit enter

load

Hit enter

replace 3945 with whatever keyword you want as I only used it as an example
After this I run the Wireless Assistant 0.5.5 Application, and voila.. I can find some wireless networks...but I cannot connect to them, I mean, I click on one..and no matter if I enter my network's key it says all the time 'Connection Failed'. I don't know if whatever I told ya above is actually required but I thought to write the whole story once.
Thanks in advance anyway..