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cyberwolf

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Hi, I have been trying for a month now to get a Linksys WPC54G card to work in my NEC Versa notebook. I have tried a ton of things so far. I have updated the BIOS per NEC. I have the TI 1130 Cardbus controller so I updated the driver with the beta driver that Linksys told me to use. I have replaced the card with a new one per Linksys tech support ??? and that did not help. The computer recognizes the card when it is plugged into the cardbus slot and the power light comes on. In device driver it gives me error code 10. I have reinstalled win 98se several times/ng. Can anyone help by telling me, what all the networking settings should look like for win 98.

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Don't know if this helps you, but I use that card on a TI 1250 cardbus on this laptop with Windows 98, no problems.

You may have to switch cards....the drivers for the WPC54G might not work with your 1130 cardbus.
 

cyberwolf

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Hi
I have not looked into changing the TI Cardbus card. Do you know what the difference between the 1130 and the 1250 is. Can these be had used or cheap. The whole Versa 6030 computer is only worth 50-100 bucks ;)

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You're going to change the cardbus???

Good luck on that one :D I know nothing about doing this.

I'd just flop the WPC54G up on E-bay and get a new card that is suggested for the 1130. But don't do that. Someone here that knows more about this than me might be able to help you.
 

cyberwolf

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OK if I was going to do that, got any idea on where to find info on what wireless g cards work with TI-1130 cardbus controller and win 98se? Plus it has to work in a Linksys router system. All the cards I looked at the other day at Best Buy said they were compatible with win 98.

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cyberwolf

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Hi...already did that. Didnt make any change. The bios Update I got from NEC got the Cardbus recognizing and powering up the WPC54G linksys card. But there is still some reason why the networking is not working. Linksys told me to get the NEC Bios Update which I did. I was almost thinking I was home free when it was powering up but instead NG. Device manager changed from having an IRQ failure to assign/conflict error to failure to set up error 10 after the Bios update.

Its a fun project anyway. I am learning a ton from this. Its an old Notebook but I just wanted it to surf the net through my networl around the house. I still am hoping to find the answer.

Tnx
 
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So the card is powering up, and the software is running, right?

And you are getting a 'failure to setup: error 10'?

Certainly need to know if the software is running.
 
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I've been looking around and I can't find any info on this problem

My guess would be the drivers are not working with the cardbus, but that is just a guess. When I had the wrong card installed on this laptop, the software would come up with an error message at start up, then would shut itself down. So the software wouldn't run at all.

Maybe someone else knows about this....
 
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