[kismac] Re: Drivers problem

  • From: osoba <sk1nw4lker@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 1 Dec 2008 17:43:03 +0100

Mhm, i read somewhere if one antenna will be near other (something like
50cm) it may destroy aircard. sry for english - im polish

2008/12/1 Rob Barton <alchemyandthunder@xxxxxxxxx>

> You don't need to turn off your Airport card if you're using an external
> device.Just an FYI.
>
> On Dec 1, 2008, at 10:32 AM, osoba wrote:
>
> Thanks guys! It work, i just first check the rt73 driver, turn off my
> airport and it works! ;-) thank again ;)
>
> 2008/12/1 Rob Barton <alchemyandthunder@xxxxxxxxx>
>
>> Uninstall the Ralink drivers.
>>
>> http://www.ralinktech.com.tw/data/RTUSB%20D70-1.1.3.0%20D71W-1.1.7.0%20UI-1.3.0.0_2006_11_10.dmg
>> You can find a DMG there for the device which includes an uninstaller.
>> You'll probably need to restart your computer.
>> Launch KisMAC.
>> Go to preferences.
>> Select the rt73 driver (your device has an rt73 chipset).
>> Exit prefs.
>> Try to scan.
>>
>> If that doesn't work, repeat the steps after deleting the KisMAC
>> preference files.
>> ~/Library/Preferences/de.binaervarianz.kismac.plist OR
>> ~/Library/Preferences/com.kismac-ng.kismac.plist OR
>> ~/Library/Preferences/org.kismac-ng.kismac.plist (where '~' is your home
>> folder)
>>
>> Should fix it.
>>
>> On Dec 1, 2008, at 10:07 AM, osoba wrote:
>>
>> Hey!
>> I have a problem with drivers.. i have MacBook 2,4GHz intel core 2 duo,
>> 2gb... white
>> Im installing kismac, connecting my wifi adapter - its DWL - g122C1
>> (d-link), choosing a USB device with prism2 chipset, passive mode.
>> And i see alert about that he can't find the drivers... Early i downloaded
>> some drivers -ralink? it works - i can connecting to wifi networks but
>> kismac doesnt work.. I read in some forums that i need to remove this, no
>> problem. What i need to do? i google but nothing found..
>>
>>
>>
>
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