1. Card: Cable & Wireless 802.11g Wireless LAN Mini USB Adapter
  2. Card: CC&C Technologies WL-1102 Wireless LAN 11b MiniPCI Adapter
    • Chipset: Realtek RTL8180 (rev 20)
    • pciid: 10ec:8081
    • Driver: NET8081.INF from Realtek v1.54
    • Other: Slackware 10.1 Kernel 2.6.12 ndiswrapper 1.2
    • Other: The only driverversion which works with this card is v1.54 from 2003! Earlier and later version do not power up the card. One can find this driver by searching the web for the following filenames: Realtek-8180-Driver5.154.904.2003.zip or winxp-8180(154).zip
  3. Card: Cisco Aironet 802.11a/b/g CardBus Wireless LAN Client Adapter
    • Chipset: Broadcom Corporation BCM94306 802.11g (rev 03)
    • pciid: 14e4:4320
    • Driver: lsbcmnds.inf from windows driver CD
    • Other: ndiswrapper 0.10 Suse 9.1 Kernel 2.6.5 Both updated via Yast
    • Other: it works well if it has found a network. I cannot install it in Yast or kwifimanager, only with iwconfig. iwconfig wlan0 essid “MyNetwork” works only in a console it does not in a skript, the quotation marks are importent
  4. Card: CNet CWC-854 Wireless-G PCMCIA Adapter
  5. Card: CNet CWP-854 Wireless-G PCI Adapter
    • Chipset: RT2500
    • pciid: 1814:0201 (rev 01)
    • Driver: Windows 2000 drivers from installation CD, driver version 11/27/2003,
    • Other: using NdisWrapper? version 1.0rc2, Debian unstable, Kernel 2.6.10
    • Other: I just tested this device with ndiswrapper and works great
  6. Card: CNet CWD-854 Wireless-G USB Dongle
    • Chipset: RT2570
    • usbid: 148f:2570
    • Driver: Windows 2000 drivers from installation CD, cd version 1.09, file rt2500usb.inf
    • Other: using NdisWrapper-utils Ubuntu package 0.12+1.0rc2-1, Kernel 2.6.10
    • Other: Needed to " modprobe –remove ehci-hcd " to make it work.
    • Other: Windows 2000 drivers from v1.12 CD did not work (kernel Oops on shutdown).
  7. Laptop: Compaq Presario V5204NR
    • Card: Broadcom Corporation 802.11b/g controller
    • PCIid: 14E4:4311
    • Subsystem: 103C:1363
    • Driver: Broadcom Driver (provided with the laptop) bcmwl5.inf; matches the official Broadcom download
    • Distribution: Gentoo Linux 2006.1, emerge system dated 20061024
    • Ndiswrapper vesion: 1.27
    • Other: Kernel 2.6.17-r8 ( patched by the Gentoo folks
    • Other: Didn’t work on Slackware Linux 11 with Kernel 2.6.18 because there are only 16 IRQs available here.
    • Other: The card setup needs IRQ 18; then the gentoo patched kernel is necessary.
  8. Laptop: Compaq Presario V6133CL
  9. Card: Conceptronic C54RC Wireless 54Mbps PC Card (PCMCIA)
    • Chipset: RT2500
    • pciid: 1814:0201 (rev 01)
    • Driver: Windows XP drivers from installation CD, driver version
    • Other: Using NdisWrapper? 0.12rc-1, Debian unstable, Kernel
    • Other: The latest RaLink Linux driver (version, works ok, but quickly the system hangs.
    • Other: ndiswrapper + wpa_supplicant, Ubuntu 5.10. Win XP driver, driver (Conceptronic,12/15/2004,
  10. Card: Conceptronic C54RU (USB 2.0 Adaptor 802.11g 54Mbps)
    • Chipset: RT2500
    • usbid: 14b2:3c02
    • Driver: Driver/CRTUSB.inf (v1.02.00.0000) on installation CD or in www.conceptronic.net.Latest driver (v3.0) from www.conceptronic.net doesn’t work, causes kernel panics. Version 2.00.01 seems to work pretty well also.
    • Other: Works in Debian Sarge with precompiled 2.6.8, 2.6.9, 2.6.10 kernels. Sometimes can hangup the PC. ;-)
  11. Card: Conceptronic 54Mbps Wireless Network Card (PCI)
    • Chipset: RT2500
    • pciid: 0000:00:0a.0
    • Other: Debian Sarge, kernel 2.6.9, NdisWrapper? 0.11. The card is recognized as RaLink Ralink RT2500 802.11 Cardbus Reference Card (rev 01). The RaLink RT2500 Linux driver ( would make the system hang when bringing up the device (ifconfig ra0 up). None of the available driver fixes would solve the problem. NdisWrapper? made it work instantly.
    • Chipset: unknown
    • pciid: 0000:00:0a.0
    • Driver: Windows XP drivers from installation CD
    • Other: Using NdisWrapper 1.0rc1, Slackware 10.0, Kernel 2.6.9 and 2.6.10.
    • Other: the driver works correctly but if you try to remove the module, the system crash.
    • Chipset: SiS162u
    • usbid: 1259:0162
    • Driver: Windows XP drivers (v1.05) from SiS-Homepage http://www.sis.com/download/ SiS Download Center
    • Other: Using NdisWrapper 1.37, Kubuntu 7.04 (Feisty Fawn), precompiled Kernel 2.6.20 - The driver works perfectly with knetworkmanager, WEP and WPA-PSK (TKIP)


  1. Card: D-Link DWA-130 - Wireless N USB Adapter (802.11n draft)
    • Chipset: Marvell 88W8360 USB / TopDog / 8360
    • usbid: 07d1:3b11
    • Driver: Driver available on accompanying CD or web
    • Other: NOT TESTED! listed here for reference. Reported success on Marvell 8360 entry.
  2. Card: D-Link DWA-142 - RangeBooster N USB Adapter (802.11n draft)
    • Chipset: Marvell 88W8360 USB / TopDog / 8360
    • usbid: 07d1:3b10
    • Driver: Driver available on accompanying CD or web
    • Other: NOT TESTED! listed here for reference. Reported success on Marvell 8360 entry.
  3. Card: D-Link Rangebooster N Desktop Adapter DWA-542
    • Chipset: Atheros unknown device 0023 (rev 01) PCI
    • pciid: 168c:0023
    • Driver: net5416; Driver available on accompanying CD
    • Other: Installed on Xandros Home Desktop 4 Premium, with WPA.
  4. Card: D-Link DWL-G120 REV B1
    • Chipset: Prism GT USB
    • usbid: 2001:3701
    • Driver: Driver available online . Driver version 04/2004, 1.00.15 (branded as a Conexant driver; D-Link’s drivers are older and less stable).
    • Other: Works with WEP. Linux 2.6.10 ndiswrapper-1.5 has made this card extremely stable.
    • Other: I had major stability problems with all drivers available on the US D-Link site. The drivers available there are “10/04/2003,” (labeled as v1.10) and “11/11/2003,” (labeled as v1.12). I discovered that there are several other drivers available on D-Link’s other regional sites, with conflicting version labels. I located the “04/06/2004,” driver on the Australian site labeled as v2.00. (The driver labeled v1.15 there was actually the driver). The most recent driver that I could find was on the Taiwan site, which is “08/05/2004,” and labeled as v3.00 for rev C1 hardware. The driver seems to be backward compatible with my rev B1 hardware and is working ok, but I have not been using it long enough yet to determine how stable it is.
  5. Card: D-Link DWL-G120 REV B2
    • Chipset: Prism GT USB
    • usbid: 2001:3701
    • Driver: Driver available on accompanying CD (CD Ver 2.00) and in www.dlink.com. Driver version 11/11/2003,
    • Other: Works with WEP. Linux 2.6.7 ndiswrapper-0.11. Drivers in CD are in .cab format, so i extracted requiered files (.inf, .sys, etc) from installed drivers of win 98, and then i pasted them on /etc/ndiswrapper/prisma02 folder.
  6. Card: D-Link DWL-G120 REV C1
    • Chipset: iProduct says Cohiba 3887 rev0 USB
    • usbid: 2001:3705
    • Driver: Driver available on accompanying CD (CD Ver 3.00) Driver version 08/05/2005,
    • Other: Linux 2.6.14 ndiswrapper-0.18.
  7. Card: D-Link DWL-G122 (USB2 Dongle; would be helpful to specify the revision of the device the comments apply to: e.g., rev. A2 (see next card item) is Prism-based and quite different from some other revisions)
    • Chipset: Ralink RT2500USB
    • usbid: 2001:3C00
    • Driver: http://www.ralinktech.com/ralink/Home/Support/Linux.html Native Linux-usb-driver as of 2005-08-19. RT2500 works OK for USB, tried in Fedora 4, worked like a charm. (Ivo van Doorn (aka IvD) should be working on the RT2500USB which is needed. http://rt2x00.serialmonkey.com/wiki/index.php/Developers is the place to look)
    • Driver: 03/11/2004 on the CD (also latest found on dlink’s ftp site) works with ndiswrapper-0.12. (No idea what revision the dongle is.)
    • Other: Works with WEP. Linux 2.6.7 and 2.6.9 with ndiswrapper-0.11. Woks with WPA-PSK using wpasupplicant (see the WPA Wiki).
    • Driver: 07/15/2004 on the www.dlink.de website works with ndiswrapper-1.1. P/N EDWLG122..B1, FCC ID:KA2DWLG122B1
    • Driver: 04/01/2004 from the CD works with ndiswrapper-1.1 The older(?) driver from binbash.de made problems after insmodding ndiswrapper in the kernel (see below). I am running Gentoo Linux with kernel 2.6.11-r6. The driver works with WPA-PKS (TKIP)
    • Other: Using kernel 2.6.10-1.770_14.rhfc3.at, can hang initial modprobe if the dongle is plugged in, unplug it to get past problem. This version of the dongle is rt2500 based and NOT prism based (USA dlink site has wrong drivers!)
  8. Card: D-Link DWL-G122 rev. A2 (USB)
    • Chipset: Conexant GW3887 (Prism)
    • usbid: 2001:3704
    • Label: P/N: BWLG122NA.A2, FCC ID:RRK2004030017-1
    • Native linux driver: http://jbnote.free.fr/prism54usb/ “prism54usb” for 2.6 kernels (as of 2005-Jul-14). I have not tried it.
    • Driver: 08/05/2004, on the CD (Drivers/PRISMA02.INF; I used it with Drivers/WinXP/PRISMA02.sys, inside, you can find the following: 1-Jul-2004, works with ndiswrapper-1.1, kernel 2.4.26 from ALTLinux (std-up-2.4.26-alt12). 19 Jan. 2007: NDIS driver v3.00.21.0 on the CD and v3.00.22.0 from D-Link website, works with ndiswrapper-1.34, kernel 2.6.17 from Kubuntu 6.10.
  9. Card: D-Link DWL-G122 rev. B1 (USB)
  10. Card: D-Link DWL-G122 rev. C1 (USB)
  11. Card: D-Link DWL-G122 rev. D1 (USB)
    • Driver: WinXP driver coming from the CD.
    • Other: Working great on Debian. Using Aptitude to instaill the ndiswrapper and start working immediately with kenerl But after later upgraded to kernel, everything was fine until modprobe ndiswrapper with an error message “Module ndiswrapper not found.”. Then download the tar file from sourceforge.net and follow the instructions here. The adaptor works again.
  12. Card: D-Link DWL-G132 Airplus XtremeG (word)
    • Chipset: Atheros? double... H/W ver.:A2 F/W ver.:1.02
    • Other: needs both athfmwdl.inf and NETA5AGU.inf to run.
    • Since november 2006, an updated driver is available from http://support.dlink.com/products/view.asp?productid=DWL-G132. With these file, only neta5agu.inf is needed. You need to use ‘ndiswrapper -a’ to specify the device id.
  13. Card: D-Link DWL-G132 Airplus XtremeG rev. A2 (USB)
  14. Card: D-Link DWL-G510
  15. Card: D-Link DWL-G510 (Rev B)
    • Chipset: Atheros
    • pciid: 168c:001a
    • Driver: Version 1.0, Provided on CD. Version 2.11 from dlink.com also works.
    • Other: only WEP tested, works fine on 2.6.9 and 2.4.27. The short-named .conf file symlink was pointing to the wrong long-named .conf file - fixed manually.
  16. Card: D-Link DWL-G650M
    • Chipset: Atheros
    • Driver: No madwifi support yet. Use ndiswrapper and net5513.inf found on driver CD.
  17. Card: D-Link DWL-A520 (rev 01)
  18. Card: D-Link DWL-520 (Rev C1)
  19. Card: D-Link DWL-520 (Rev D1)
  20. Card: D-Link AirPlus (”Xtreme G”) DWL-G520 Wireless PCI Adapter (H/W Ver. B2)
    • Chipset: Atheros Communications, Inc. AR5212 802.11abg NIC (rev 01)
    • pciid: 168c:0013
    • Driver: ftp://ftp.dlink.it/pub/Wireless%20Extreme%20G/DWL-G520_(108Mbps)/Driver/4.30/D-Link_AirPlus_XtremeG_Utility_(V4.3_Build50406)_G520_WPA2_ww.zip
    • Other: Works OK with ndiswrapper 1.8 on Ubuntu Dapper Beta with NetworkManager 0.6.2.
    • Other: No signal strength indication. WPA2PSK encryption working.
  21. Card: D-Link AirPlus (”Xtreme G”) DWL-G520 Wireless PCI Adapter (rev. B)
    • Chipset: Atheros Communications, Inc. “5212” (don’t know how to find anything more specific?)
    • pciid: 168c:0013 (rev 01)
    • Driver: Tested drivers up to 3.17 - all problematic
    • Other: This is an American DWL-G520 - distinct from the G520+ distributed outside the states.
    • Other: Always disconnects after a few hours (days at most). Connection cannot be restarted without a reboot. Note, same failure occurs with Driverloader; Linuxant unable/unwilling to fix (2/10/05).
  22. Card: D-Link DWL-G520
  23. Card: D-Link Air Plus Xtreme G+ DWL-G520+ 54Mbps
    • Chipset: TI-ACX111
    • pciid: 104c:9066
    • Driver: gplus.bin, ships with card
    • Other: Tested on SuSE 9.1, Ndiswrapper 0.6 included in the distro. Working fine at 11Mbps, WEP also working.
  24. Card: D-Link AirPlus G+ DWL-G520+ 802.11g 54Mbps H/W Ver.: A3 F/W Ver.: 2.04
    • Chipset: Network controller: Texas Instruments ACX 111 54Mbps Wireless Interface
    • pciid: 104c:9066
    • Driver: used the WinXp driver that came with the Card: gplus.inf
    • Other: Installed on Debian Sarge with selfcompiled ndiswrapper 0.11. Card working without problems with WEP. Also works on Mandriva 2006 with selfcompiled ndiswrapper 1.2.
  25. Card: D-Link AirPlus G+ DWL-G520+ 54Mbps (Sold in Europe)
    • Chipset: Texas ACX 111
    • pciid: 104c:9066
    • Driver: used the Win 2000 driver that came with the card (gplus.inf). You can download it from here: ftp://ftp.dlink.co.uk/wireless/dwl-520+/dwl-520+_drv_v3.06_1007_inc_utility.zip
    • Other: Tested with Mandrake 10.1 and Ndiswrapper 1.1 . Card working without problems with WEP.
    • Other: Tested with SUSE 10 and Ndiswrapper 1.5. Works perfect, remember just to install a 32 bit system. ( Attention: Installs by default from DVD a 64 bit version assuming that your PC support 64 bit). Better to install from CDs (than it asks) that’s 32 bit for sure.
  26. Card: D-Link DWL-G520M Wireless 108G MIMO Desktop Adapter (bought in UK)
    • Chipset: Atheros Communications, Inc. AR5005VL 802.11bg Wireless Chipset (rev 01)
    • pciid: 168c:0020 (rev 01)
    • Other: Fedora Core 5 and ndiswrapper from livna repository (utils: 1.8, driver: 1.13, vermagic: 2.6.16-1.2122_FC5 686 REGPARM 4KSTACKS gcc-4.1). Works with WEP. Not tested beyond a few hours of continuous operation.
  27. Card: D-Link DWL-G520+ - Hardware B1 - Firmware 3.00
  28. Card: D-Link DWL-G630 rev B
    • Chipset: Texas Instruments ACX 111
    • pciid: 104c:9066
    • Other: Works with WEP but not with WPA. When trying to set the driver manually with wpa_supplicant command “...-D ndiswrapper” a message of “Driver doesn’t support WPA”. I believe doing an “iwpriv” shows that it is not capable but the parameters are not defined so I cannot be sure.
  29. Card: D-Link DWL-G630, rev C
  30. Card: D-Link DWL-G630
  31. Card: D-Link DWL-G630, rev C
  32. Card: D-Link AirPlus DWL-G630 Canadian ...?
    • Chipset: TI TNETW1130
    • pciid: 104c:9066
    • Driver: XP driver from http://www.dlink.com
    • Other: Fedora Core I - linux-2.6.7 - ndiswrapper-0.11_rc1 (finally!)
  33. Card: D-Link Air Plus G PCMCIA DWL-G630 Chilean?
    • Chipset: Atheros
    • pciid: H/W Ver:| D1 F/W Ver:4.10 | 001a (Rev01).
    • Driver: Xp Driver From http://www.dlink.com (neta3ab)
    • Other: Works with Debian Sarge, ndiswrapper 1.7 so fine at 50mb/s (in theory). Personal Site http://itt.homelinux.org
  34. Card: D-Link Airplus DWL 650+
    • Chipset: ACX100
    • pciid: 104c:8400
    • Driver: Windows drivers from http://www.dlink.com/ . “Native” acx100 Linux driver available at http://lisas.de/~andi/acx100/ ; requires Firmware from Windows drivers. Please read README for details.
    • Other: Tested on Slackware 10 with Ndiswrapper 0.8. acx100 supports WEP (only tested 128bit).
    • Other: Works Perfectly with Ndiswrapper 1.1 in Ad-Hoc mode ( 2005.05.12 ). Howto: Craig’s ACX100/111 Guide for Linux <http://www.houseofcraig.net/acx100_howto.php>
  35. Card: D-Link Airplus DWL 520+
  36. Card: D-Link DWL-510
  37. Card: D-Link DWL-610
    • Chipset: Realtek RTL8180L
    • pciid: 1186:3300
    • Driver: Driver for RTL8180L from http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloads1-3.aspx?Keyword=8180 This drivers seems not to work with Mandrake 10 though, but with this one the D-Link driver works just fine.
    • Other: See D-Link DWL-510 (the pci-id part). Works fine with 2.6 kernel and latest ndiswrapper. Seems not to work with Linux ubuntu 2.6.10-5-386, modprobe does not load at all even shows in dmesg, but seems to work with the drivers from the installation CD.
  38. Card: D-Link Air DWL-650
    • Chipset: Realtek 8180
    • pciid: 10ec:8180 (rev 20)
    • Driver: XP Drivers from http://www.dlink.com
    • Other: Tested on debian unstable with Ndiswrapper 0.8, kernel 2.6.5 custom on July 6th Works perfectly even under high transfer rates. Will come out of suspend properly. Ejecting card does NOT hang system. Issue: iwconfig reports 100% link quality all the time, even at high distances from access point ??
  39. Card: D-Link DWL-G650+ Rev A1, 54mbps
  40. Card: D-Link DWL-G650+ Rev B1, 54mbps
    • Chipset: TI1130? (ACX111)
    • pciid: 104c:9066
    • Other: SUSE 9.2 Ndiswrapper 0.10-3. Works fine also with 128 bit WEP. Installed Ndiswrapper that ships with SUSE 9.2. Add Dlink Driver with “ndiswrapper -i GPLUS.inf” Add “alias wlan0 ndiswrapper” to /etc/modprobe.conf.local. Load driver for the first time with “modprobe ndiswrapper.” Plug in the card. Configure it with YAST. Be sure that in YAST networkcard setup at Advanced→Hardware Details the module is set to ndiswrapper. Since SUSE 9.2 ships with native linux acx-111 driver you might get the wrong driver loaded. The linux acx-111 driver lacks support for WEP. Have to replug the card after a suspend to disk. Thanks for ndiswrapper. Other:Also works with SUSE 9.3. See the readme file /usr/share/doc/packages/ndiswrapper/README.SUSE. No more replug after suspend to disk required. Also got WPA working. Only problem was that there is a typo in the script /etc/sysconfig/network/scripts/ifup-wireless-wpa ! Correct the typo in line 188 “WPA_DRIVER=ndiswrapper” !
    • Troubleshooting: I used the new driver version 3.10 from www.dlink.de. After ‘unshield data1.cab’ and ‘ndiswrapper -i GPLUS.inf’ I had an invalid driver message on ‘ndiswrapper -l’. But then I ‘cp GPLUS.sys GPLUS_XP.sys /etc/ndiswrapper/gplus’, it works fine.
  41. Card: D-Link Air Plus Xtreme G DWL-G650, 108Mbps
    • Chipset: Atheros Communications, Inc. AR5212 802.11abg NIC (rev 01)
    • pciid: 168c:0013
    • Driver: Supplied driver in the installation CD
    • Other: Tested with Fedora Core 2, Ndiswrapper 0.10. Working well, tested with WEP also.
    • Other: Tested with Slackware 10.0, kernel 2.4.26. Ndiswrapper 1.0 (of 30.01.2005), version 2.54 of d-link drivers. Get the drivers at http://d-link.com/products/support.asp?pid=11&pv=5&sec=0. Works fine - use net5211.inf
    • Other: Tested with Fedora Core 3, kernel 2.6.10 Ndiswrapper 1.0 (of 30.01.2005), version 2.54 of d-link drivers. Get the drivers at http://d-link.com/products/support.asp?pid=11&pv=5&sec=0. Works fine for me too with WEP
  42. Card: D-Link Air DWL-650
    • Chipset: Realtek 8180
    • pciid: 10ec:8180 (rev 20)
    • Driver: XP Drivers from http://www.dlink.com
    • Other: Tested on debian unstable with Ndiswrapper 0.8, kernel 2.6.5 custom on July 6th Works perfectly even under high transfer rates. Will come out of suspend properly. Ejecting card does NOT hang system. Issue: iwconfig reports 100% link quality all the time, even at high distances from access point ??
  43. Card: D-Link DWL-AG650 802.11a/b/g
    • Chipset: Atheros
    • pciid: 168c:0013
    • Driver: Standard WinXP driver supplied on CD: NetA3AB.inf and A3AB9x.sys
    • Other: ndiswrapper 0.10, Gentoo (vanilla kernel 2.4.26), works well and fast
  44. Card: D-Link WUA-1340(USB)
    • Chipset: Ralink RT73 (RT2571W)
    • usbid: 07d1:3c04
    • Windows Driver: The newest driver, 3.0, for the DWL-G122 rev C1 can be used since the definition for both is in there.
    • Other: H/W Ver A1, F/W Ver 1.00 Used drivers on CD, extracted with wine by running setup.exe in driver directory. Works with ndiswrapper 1.47
  45. Card: D-Link WUA-2340(USB)
    • Chipset: Unknown (Atheros?)
    • usbid: 07d1:3a07
    • Driver: Driver available on accompanying CD and on www.dlink.com. Installed on WinXP machine to get access to drivers in windows/inf folder, and program files/D-Link folder. (I added both oem47.inf, athfmwdl.sys, ar5523.bin, and oem48.inf, a5agu.sys, ar5523.bin) EDIT: Worked only when: Used with ndiswrapper version 1.30; Used D-link driver version 101 with NetA5AGU.inf, this .inf file is the only driver file needed.
    • Other: Able to recognize hardware (ndiswrapper -l showed hardware pressent) using same procedure as for the DWL-1340, but on loading the kernal module, wlan0 appeared but was not configurable and did not respond to ifdown/ifup, so I couldn’t get this device to work with ndiswrapper. EDIT: This device was able to work with ndiswapper version 1.30 and NetA5AGU.inf from D-link website
    • Success: Though others above have had success with ndiswrapper version 1.30, I was unable to compile this old version against my kernel sources (2.6.22-suspend2-r2) due to a change in some kernel macro specs. Later versions of ndiswrapper would compile, install drivers, modprobe properly, but... nothing happened. No dmesg errors, but no dmesg output about loading drivers either, even though ndiswrapper -l showed the drivers there, and the hardware present. This has been fixed in ndiswrapper 1.49, which works perfectly with the neta5agu.inf driver (version 1.20). The wlan0 interface is initialized on my laptop, and by issuing a “ln -s /etc/init.d/net.lo /etc/init.d/net.wlan” followed by a “/etc/init.d/net.wlan start” my already-installed wpa_supplicant sprang into action and connected me to my WPA-PSK protected router. Can’t ask for more.
  46. Laptop: Dell Inspiron 4150 Card: TrueMobile 1300 (802.11b/g) WLAN miniPCI Card
    • Chipset: Broadcom Corporation BCM4306 802.11b/g Wireless LAN Controller (rev 03)
    • pciid: 0000:02:03.0
    • Other: To install unzip (program “unzip” works on the .exe) the exe file and use bcmwl5.inf.
  47. Laptop: Dell Inspiron 5100 Card: Wireless 1350 (802.11b/g) WLAN miniPCI Card
    • Chipset: Broadcom Corporation BCM4306 802.11b/g Wireless LAN Controller (rev 02) _notice this is revision 02, below is revision 03, Idon’t know if it matters or not_
    • pciid: 14e4:4320
    • Other: This card is in the miniPCI slot of the Inspiron 5100. The driver below (R83097.exe) did not work, but this one did. To install unzip (program “unzip” works on the .exe) the exe file and use bcmwl5.inf.
  48. Laptop: Dell Inspiron 5150 Card: Wireless 1350 (802.11b/g) WLAN miniPCI Card
    • Chipset: Broadcom Corporation BCM#4306 802.11b/g Wireless LAN Controller (rev 03)
    • pciid: ?
    • Other: This card is in the miniPCI slot of the Inspiron 5150. This driver is for US only. I think this is a Truemobile 1350. To install unzip (program “unzip” works on the .exe) the exe file and use the bcmwl5a.inf in directory AR.
  49. Laptop: Dell Inspiron 8200 Card: 1180 Internal Wireless 802.11b Mini-PCI card
    • Chipset: Broadcom Corporation BCM4301 (rev 01)
    • pciid: 14e4:4301
    • Other: Unpack the driver from the exe file using wine, then use bcmwl5.inf. Don’t use the drivers specified under other listings for BCM4301 as they cause the kernel to crash under repeated use!
  50. Card: Dell Truemobile 1300 minipci 54mbps
    • Chipset: Broadcom BCM4306
    • pciid: 14E4:4320
    • Other: Works with WEP and WPA with either CCMP/AES or TKIP ciphers. The INF file for this card specifies it should use 802.11b mode (upto 11Mbps) in Ad-Hoc mode. If you want to use 802.11g mode in Ad-Hoc mode, you need to change the setting IBSSGmode in the .conf files in the driver directory to 2.
  51. Card: Dell TrueMobile 1180 802.11b Adapter
    • Other: Linux 2.6.15 i586 Fedora 5 on a HP Pavilion 6360 AMD K6
    • Other: ndiswrapper-1.24
    • Other: encryption mode used: WEP
    • usbid: 413c:8100
    • Driver: 1180 driver file is r51652 installed netdelus Win98 drivers. http://support.dell.com search for r51652 or 1180 USB english a newer driver is available in r56450 on the dell website and will be tried after a kernel upgrade.
    • Install notes: ndiswrapper -i NETDELUS.INF only installs the inf file, the other files in the W98SYS directory extracted with unshield must be manually copied to /etc/ndiswrapper/netdelus.
  52. Card: Dell Truemobile 1300 USB 2.0 54mbps
    • Chipset: Unknown
    • usbid: 413c:8102
    • Driver: dellnic.inf + prisma02.sys on Windows driver CD-ROM of the card (on Dell website : http://ftp.us.dell.com/network/R74101.EXE)
    • Other: Works with WEP and WPA with either CCMP/AES or TKIP ciphers.
  53. Card: Dell Truemobile 1350 minipci 54mbps
    • Chipset: Broadcom Corporation BCM94306 802.11g (rev 03)
    • pciid: 14e4:4320
    • Driver: http://ftp.us.dell.com/network/R81433.EXE (use bcmwl5a.inf in directory AR)
    • Other: So far, so good. WEP appears to work fine, as does WPA with CCMP/AES.
  54. Card: Dell Truemobile 1300 minipci
    • Chipset: Broadcom BCM4306
    • pciid: 0000:01:03.0
    • Driver: ftp://ftp.us.dell.com/network/R83097.EXE (using bcmwl6a.inf)
    • Other: (Ubuntu) Problems listing the network configuration application at first, adding the interface manually to /etc/network/interfaces solved this and is now running perfectly.
  55. Card: Dell Truemobile 1400 minipci 54mbps
  56. Card: Dell Truemobile 1400 minipci 802.11a/b/g
  57. Card: Dell Truemobile 1800 minipci 802.11b
  58. Card: Dell Wireless 1350 WLAN MiniPCI Card - Dell INSPIRON 2200
    • Chipset: Broadcom Corporation BCM4318 AirForce One 54g 802.11g Wireless LAN Controller (rev 02)
    • pciid: 14e4:4318
    • Other: Use the bcmwl5.inf and bcmwl5.sys under “driver” folder. Works well under Fedora Core 5. (kernel: 2.6.15-1.2054_FC5, Wireless extension v19, Wireless Tools v28)
  59. Card: Dell Wireless 1370 (802.11b/g) Dual-Band WLAN miniPCI Card
    • Chipset: Broadcom BCM4318 (rev 02)
    • pciid: 14e4:4318
    • Other: Unzip and use bcmwl5.inf in DRIVERS folder. (My settings:, Wireless Ext. v19, Wireless Tools v28, WEP)
  60. Card: Dell Wireless 1390 WLAN MiniCard (Dell Inspiron E1405, Dell Inspiron E1505, Dell Latitude D620, Dell Inspiron 640m, Compaq Presario V3010AU, V3011AU)
  61. Card: Dell Wireless 1450 (802.11a/b/g) Dual-Band WLAN miniPCI Card
    • Chipset: Broadcom BCM4309 (rev 03)
    • pciid: 14e4:4324
    • Other: Use bcmwl5a.inf in AR directory. ndiswrapper 1.0, kernel 2.6.10, gentoo. The ndiswrapper module has difficulties to start if your notebook isn’t connected to the sector.
  62. Card: Dell Wireless 1450 Dual-band (802.11a/b/g) USB 2.0 Adapter
    • pciid: 413c:8104 Dell Computer Corp.
    • Driver: DELLNIC.INF as shipped on CD.
    • Other: ndiswrapper 1.2, kernel 2.6.11-1.1369_FC4 on Fedora Core 4.
  63. Card: Dell Wireless 1470 (802.11a/b/g) Dual-Band WLAN miniPCI Card
  64. Card: Dell Wireless 1490 (802.11a/b/g) Dual-Band WLAN miniPCI Card
    • Chipset: Broadcom BCM4310 (rev 01)
    • pciid: 14e4:4312
    • Other: Use bcmwl5.inf in the DRIVER directory. Worked on Gentoo, ndiswrapper v1.13, kernel 2.6.15 (gentoo-sources)
    • Other: ftp://ftp.us.dell.com/network/R102318.EXE Worked for me on Ubuntu Dapper after the other driver listed here would fail. NOTE: The version of ndiswrapper that comes with dapper will eventually fail if using an SMP kernel with either of these drivers. The most recent version of ndiswrapper that I could get working with this driver is 1.15.
    • Other: works also on Fedora Core 6 x86_64, using ndiswrapper 1.30 (dkms version provided by freshrpms.net) and WXP64 driver available here: http://ftp.us.dell.com/network/R140747.EXE (needed files: bcmwl5.inf and bcmwl564.sys)
  65. Card: Dell Wireless 1500 (802.11draft-n/a/g) WLAN MiniCard
  66. Card: Dell Wireless 1505 (802.11draft-n/a/g) WLAN MiniCard
  67. Card: Diamond HomeFree Phoneline 10Mb PCI, HPNA 2.0 (not wireless)
    • Chipset: Broadcom BCM4210
    • pciid: feda:a0fa
    • Other: Ubuntu 5.04 (Hoary), kernel 2.6.10-6, ndiswrapper-1.2. Note this is not a wireless card. Although it works with ndiswrapper-1.2, it did not work with either ndiswrapper-1.5 or ndiswrapper-1.8 releases; problems parsing the INF file.
  68. Card: Dick Smith XH8227, 54mbps (house brand repackaged from unknown vendor)
    • Chipset: NET2280 USB 2.0 to PCI Bridge, Intersil ISL3880 Wireless LAN
    • usbid: 09aa:1000
    • Driver: Cdrom, WinXP driver included with adaptor. Driver is PRISMA02.sys.
    • Other: Tested with Ubuntu 5.04, kernel 2.6.10-5-386. Worked immediately with the ndiswrapper (1.0 something) included with Ubuntu. WPA works with wpa_supplicant. Upgraded kernel to 2.6.10-5-k7 and ndiswrapper 1.2 - no longer worked (error on modprobe of “windows driver couldn’t initialize the device”). Problem is highmem support and USB device (known problem as of August ‘05). Workaround was to boot Ubuntu with mem=900mb as an option in GRUB.
  69. Card: Digicom Palladio Wave C (802.11b) 2.4GHz Cardbus
  70. Card: Digitus DN-7001G RA (802.11a/b/g) PCMCIA
  71. Card: Digitus DN-7001G MV (802.11a/b/g) PCMCIA
  72. Card: Digitus DN 7006MV (801.11b/g) PCI
    • Chipset: Marvell Technology Group Ltd.:
    • Driver: No longer available on the site but it was on the Driver CD
    • Other: Card works great under Ubuntu 6.10, tested with kernel 2.6.17-10-386, but i tested it without encryption, because with encryption, there were some problems with connecting.
  73. Card: Digitus DN-7001GR (802.11a/b/g) PCMCIA
    • Chipset: Ralink RT61
    • pciid: 1814:0301
    • Driver: http://www.ralinktech.com/ralink/Home/Support/Windows.html. You need to install it on a Windows box to copy the files rt61.inf, rt61.sys and the firmware files rt2*.bin
    • Other: Works fine (unencrypted, WEP, and WPA-EAP). Make sure you have at least version 1.35 of ndiswrapper.
  74. Card: Digitus DN-7006G/E (802.11a/b/g) PCI card
  75. Card: Digitus DN-7036 (802.11b/g) PCI card
  76. Card: Draytek Vigor 520, 11Mbps
  77. Card: Draytek Vigor 530, b/g
  78. Card: D-Link DWL-122
    • Chipset: Prism USB
    • usbid: 2001:3700
    • Driver: Get latest driver from ftp://ftp.dlink.com/Wireless/dwl122/Driver. Tested with driver version 102.
    • Other: Works with WEP and WPA-PSK+TKIP. With this driver, other Prism USB (not Prism54) devices also may work. This driver has a bug: When many stations are available in scan, it gives wrong data which may crash kernel. Use alternate (more recent) driver: Use driver for Netgear MA111v1 from ftp://downloads.netgear.com/files/ma111_CD_v2.0.zip and create alias for 2001:3700 to netma111 with ‘ndiswrapper -d 2001:3700 netma111’). netma111 doesn’t have issues with scanning.
  79. Card: D-Link DWL-AG530 Tri-Mode Dualband 802.11a/b/g 108Mbps PCI
    • Chipset: Atheros AR5212
    • pciid: 168c:0013, 1186:3a14 (rev 01)
    • Other: Works very well with the driver on the webiste. Confirmed and working for SUSE Linux 10.0; a kernel recompile was required for compatibility with the latest version of ndiswrapper.
  80. Card: Digitus WLAN USB Adapter,USB 2.0,IEEE 802.11G,54Mbit
  81. Card: Digitus Wireless LAN Adapter 54Mbps, DN-7003GR
  82. Card: Dynamode WL-GI-600XA 54 Mbps Wireless PCI LAN Adaptor
  83. Card: Dynamode WL-GL-7008 54mbs WLAN USB adapter
    • Info: WEP, WPA
    • Chipset: SiS 163u
    • usbid: 0d8e:0163
    • Driver: Not on website (at least not on 23/2/2006, site @ http://www.dynamode.co.uk/support/wireless.html) driver on cd works fine
    • Other: WEP works fine. WPA with wpa_supplicant works ok (some problems). works with ndiswrapper1.10
  84. Card: D-Link AirPlus DWL-G630 (Hardware revision C2)
    • System: Dell Inspiron 8000
    • Chipset: Atheros Communications, Inc. AR5212 Multiprotocol MAC/baseband processor (rev 01)
    • pciid: 168c:001a (rev 01)
    • Driver: Download WindowsXP driver version 300 from D-Link website.
    • Distribution: Fedora Core 5
    • Ndiswrapper version: 1.16
    • wpa_supplicant version: 0.4.9
  85. Card: DRUC-U3 Wireless Network Adapter (IEEE 802.11g)
    • Chipset: Wistron
    • usbid: 1435:0427
    • Driver: PRISMA02.inf from Windows installation CD
    • Other: ndiswrapper 1.9 installed from source in Ubuntu 7.04
    • Other: I could only configure it through iwconfig
  86. Dynex DX-WGNBC
    • Chipset Atheros
    • pciid: 168c:001a (rev 01)
    • driver net5211.inf and ar5211.sys off the CD
    • Other: Ubuntu breezy (5.10).


  1. Card: Edimax EW-7108PCg (pcmcia)
    • Chipset: RT2500
    • pciid: 10b9:5451
    • Driver: ndiswrapper 0.12 + Win2k driver from windows machine
    • Other: Seems to work 100%. Stable.
  2. Card: Edimax EW-7106PC
  3. Card: Edimax EW-7126PC
  4. Card: Edimax EW-7128g
    • Chipset: RaLink RT2500
    • pciid: 1814:0201 (rev 1)
    • Driver: Ndiswrapper 0.11; .inf and .sys for Win2K from ftp://ftp.a-link.com/wl54h/WL54driver2.2.6.0.zip
    • Other: Slackware 10.0. Hint: modify /etc/rc.d/rc.inet1 and replace instances of “eth” with “wlan”; also modify /etc/rc.d/rc.modules to load ndiswrapper. Running flawlessly for one day so far. Using WEP.
  5. Card: Eminent EM4055 usb dongle
    • Chipset: RaLink RT2573
    • pciid: 148f:2573
    • Driver: rt73.inf and rt73.sys from directory ndis5 in data1.cab on CD that came with the device.
    • Other: ndiswrapper 1.38 on Ubuntu 7.04. The USB device may not be plugged in during boot-up.
  6. Card: Encore Electronics ENLWI-G
    • Chipset: Marvell Technology Group Ltd. 88w8335 Libertas 802.11b/g Wireless (rev 03)
    • pciid: 11ab:1faa (rev 03)
    • Other: Tested on a Debian Etch (testing) system. At testing time, ndiswrapper was out of the testing tree, so I had to compile ndiswrapper from svn or from unstable tree. Both worked OK.
  7. Card: Encore Electronics ENPWI-G
  8. Card: Encore Electronics ENPWI-B-RECA
  9. Card: Encore Electronics ENUWI-G 802.11g, Wireless LAN USB Adapter
    • Chipset: SiS163u
    • usbid: 0457:0163
    • Driver: Use the WindowsXP(TM) drivers proveed in CD shipped with product
    • Other: Performance EXCELENT, Using CentOS 4.2, kernel 2.6.9-22.EL, ndiswrapper 1.8 and drivers of the cd of purchase, all following the instruccion of installation of these wiki.
  10. Card: Encore Electronics ENUWI-G 802.11g, Wireless LAN USB Adapter
    • Chipset: SiS163u
    • usbid: 0457:0163
    • Driver: Windows XP, 2K, or 98 drivers provided on the CD shipped with product, or from Encore website seem to work, for a while anyways.
    • Other: I use SuSE 10.2 on an i686 system (Epia-M).
  11. Card: Encore Electronics ENUWI-SG 802.11g, Wireless LAN USB Adapter
    • Chipset: Atheros Communications Inc, AR5523
    • usbid: 0d8e:7801
    • Driver: Need to get the drivers from window$ instalation (athfmwdl.inf/.sys, net5523.inf,ar5523.bin/.sys)
    • Other: Tested on gentoo and ndiswrapper 1.16 using kernel 2.6.15.
  12. Card: E-Tech WGUS02
    • Chipset: Ralink RT2500 (RT2572)
    • usbid: 148f:2570
    • Driver: Works with WinXP driver shipped with the product. May also be found at http://www.e-tech.nu/Support_Detail/wireless54 (not tested)
    • Other: Succesfully tested on Debian GNU/Linux 3.1, kernel-2.6.8
  13. Card: EDIMAX EW7317UG 802.11g Wireless USB Adapter
    • Chipset: ZyDas ZD1211
    • usbid: 0ace:1211
    • Driver: Works with WinXP driver shipped with the product.
    • Other: Successfully tested on Fedora Core 5. kernel-2.6.15. Ndiswrapper version 1.21
  14. Card: EDUP Wireless 802.11g Hi-Gain USB Adapter with Rp-SMA Connector
  15. Card: EnGenius/Senao EUB-362 EXT long range 802.11b/g Wireless USB Adapter
    • Chipset: Atheros AR5523
    • usbid: 0cf3:0002
    • Driver: Works with WinXP driver shipped with the product. I’m using version 2.1 of the manufacturer’s driver, downloaded from http://www.engeniustech.com/datacom/products/resources.aspx?cat=6&ID=154; I’ve managed to extract the files needed for ndiswrapper operation (3 files: ar5523.bin with 149544 bytes, ar5523.sys with 343904 bytes, and net5523.inf with 12989 bytes) by installing the driver on a Windows 2000 system running inside a VMWare guest VM, and then copying them from C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32).
    • Other: Successfully tested on RedhatEL/CentOS 4.5, with custom kernels and; Must use ndiswrapper version at least 1.49 (with version 1.48 things simply did not work: got lots of kernel logs, random lock-ups, rmmod hanging, network adapter going “deaf”, etc).


  1. Card: Fujitsu-Siemens Connect2Air E-5400 USB
    • Chipset: Intersil-Frisbee + Netchip
    • usbid: 0bf8:1007 Fujitsu Siemens Computers
    • Driver: works with WinXP driver shipped with the product
    • Other: Successfully tested on Debian GNU/Linux 3.1, kernel 2.6.8-1 on a Maxdata T-1000, if you need help contact phantom@h07.org
    • Other: Successfully tested on Gentoo... cheap (about 35 EUR) and works out of the box!!
  2. Card: Foxconn-WLL-3350 PCI
    • Chipset: RALink RT2500
    • pciid: Unknown Device 1814:0201
    • Driver: NDISWrapper 1.2 and driver from ftp://ftp.a-link.com/wl54h/WL54driver2.2.6.0.zip
    • Other: New machine locked after modprobe with NDISWrapper 1.4; downgraded to 1.2 and it’s happy. Had no luck with the open drivers available.
  3. Card: Fujitsu-Siemens Connect2Air E-5400 USB D1700
    • Chipset: Conexant Cohiba Chipset
    • usbid: 0BF8:1009
    • Driver: Works with WinXP 32bit driver from the manufacturer’s homepage http://www.fujitsu-siemens.com/
    • Other: Successfully tested on Suse 10.0 32bit on an AMD64.
  4. Notebook: Fujitsu-Siemens CELSIUS H240