[driverloader] Belkin F5D6020 (Realtek 8180) not connecting

Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
Sat Oct 23 12:11:45 EDT 2004


as suggested by Łukasz, you could try with the Realtek driver. The 
latest version of the driver that I aware of is :

Before you upload this Windows XP driver to the Web Configurator, please 
remove the installed Windows XP driver first. Then, please edit the .INF 
file of the new Windows XP driver and change the line :

ExcludeFromSelect     = PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8180&SUBSYS_818010EC


ExcludeFromSelect     = PCI\VEN_1799&DEV_6020&SUBSYS_60201799

Then, upload the modified Windows XP driver to the Web Configurator.

If you require more assistance, please send at support at linuxant.com a 
new 'dumpdiag' generated while the new Windows XP driver is installed. 
You can generate this dump with the 'dldrconfig --dumpdiag' command in a 
root shell.


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Łukasz Maśko wrote:
> Dnia sobota, 23 października 2004 04:38, MJang napisał:
>>I get the following message when I try to load my wireless card on SUSE
>>9.1 on a Sony GR290:
>>driverloader: ndisWrapCheckForHangTimerFunc stk:
>>PCI000:03:00.0-1799:6020-1799:6020 hung
>>I have a Belkin F5D6020 802.11b card, version 3000, which apparantly has
>>a Realtek 8180 chipset. I've only been able to load the belkin.sys XP
>>driver. driverloader doesn't seem to recognize the realtek XP driver
>>that I've downloaded from their Website.
>>I do get the right info from the cardctl ident command.
>>Perhaps unrelated - after ejecting the card, I end up with a
>>pcmcia_socket0: unable to apply power
>>The dldloader dump is available upon request.
> Try using the Realtek's driver available here: 
> It works well 
> for me with my LinkSys card basedon Realtek 8180L chipset.
> BTW, notice, that they have just released new version of their drivers.

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