Do you have a question? Post it now! No Registration Necessary. Now with pictures!
- Posted on
November 23, 2005, 6:11 pm
rate this thread
It has built in wireless access but I prefer to use the PCMCIA wireless
that came with the Linksys router I own. When I travel I would like to
Hawkings Technology HWC54D Hi-Gain Wireless-G Laptop Card.
When I install the drivers & utility for the HWC54D I am able to use
However, when I remove that card and put my Linksys card back the
Linksys card no longer
works no matter what I do. Even worse when I put the HWC54D card back
in I can't seem
to get that card working either.
Is there a way I can install the HWC54D drivers/utility and the Linksys
drivers to use
the single PCMCIA slot
Re: Using Two Wireless Adapters With One PCMCIA Slot
This is usually a 'no brainer' *if the driver for each card was
installed correctly* and the OS is WinXP. Any device must have the
correct driver installed before the device is connected to the computer
the first time. PC-Cards can be successfully hot-swapped if the drivers
What OS is installed on the laptop?