Has anyone has something similar? The best thing to do is get a wired connection, it will be a long tough road of moving things via usb drives if you don’t have ethernet. Driver needed Went to Microsoft Windows update catalog and downloaded the files and all good. Originally Posted by c The time now is Otherwise you will prolly have to download the windows driver and use ndis wrapper and wpa supplicant to set it up.
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Dijkstra Please post ALL technical questions on the forum. I have now got it working and on the internet wirelessly. You could try one of those massive driver pack downloads I can’t remember which site it was. I am a complete novice trying to get to grips with linux. Windows 10 Pro Monitor s: Driver needed Went to Microsoft Windows update catalog and downloaded the files and all good.
Thanks for the help. I ordered this wifi-dongle. The time now is I have been searching the internet and this forum whith no real complete answer.
MicroNEXT MN-WD552B Wireless 11n USB Adapter Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Linux, MacOS Drivers
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The best thing to do is get a wired connection, it will be a long tough road of moving things via usb drives if you don’t have ethernet. What it be possible to explain how to remove the old script and install the new one under Raspbian? I extracted the drivers using DoubleDriver but the drivers being 32 bit refuses to work on 64 bit Windows. So I didn’t have to use the script, because the tool picks up the dongle perfectly.
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Add Thread to del. Give me a shout if you have any issues. Driver needed Go into device manager and get the exact device ID – you’ll have better luck that way finding exactly what mn-wd552v using. WIN10 64bit Retail Monitor s: They are from the Arch wiki but are very similar to what you would do if you are using Debian, you would just use aptitude ot apt-get instead of pacman.
Ready to install your script I discovered that in the latest image “wheezy-raspbian” there’s drivwr new tool called “WiFi Config” that does the trick for you. Driver needed So, I am trying to install this on PC2 at home. Bear in mind it is for the latest Wheezy Beta, which is very stable and far xriver than the original Squeeze release.
After it is all done do following: Originally Drver by c Driver needed Get yourself a copy of Devcon. Guess, I’ll have to wheel PC2 near the router and do the Windows update trick. Now it wont work at all and in the bootup messages, it says cannot find device “wlan0”.
How to setup a MicroNEXT MN-WDB wifi adaptor – Raspberry Pi Forums
Has anyone has something similar? Otherwise you will prolly have to drivee the windows driver and use ndis wrapper and wpa supplicant to set it up.
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