Jeff Vian wrote:
On Sun, 2006-01-29 at 19:02 +0000, Anne Wilson wrote:
> On Sunday 29 Jan 2006 15:59, Neil Cherry wrote:
> Apologies - you're right. The wireless connection is Intel,
> connection is Broadcom.
>> My laptop has a broadcom chip (can't use the ipw2200
>> care because it's an AMD, grr)
> Really? The ipw2200 driver doesn't work on AMD? I hadn't heard that.
I thought the ipw2200 driver was for intel chipsets, not broadcom.
The ipw2200 is an Intel chip set. I tried to use the ipw2100 with
the ipw2100 driver under Linux on a laptop with an AMD processor.
The bios wouldn't let it boot. The OS never got involved, the
bios determined that it didn't like the mini-PCI card.
Sorry about mixing ipw2200 and ipw2100.
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