Is there any possibility that it can become mixed up as to which the
original driver is? Or can it be trusted to always put the sourceforge
driver back if user selects original driver and the special driver if that
I had a strange situation where I thought that might have happened when I tried to use kismac after installing it and I used the driver tool unnecessarily by mistake, and I got in a situation where I could not use my card normally and I reinstalled both the Source Forge driver and kismac to fix it.
> When is one supposed to use the KisMAC Driver Tool?
If you don't know, leave it alone ;o). It is only for some rare conditions, when you want think reloading the driver will help. It is basically a left over of ancient times ;o)
> Is it smart enough to know what to do if a user makes a mistake and > load a > driver that is already loaded or unloads one that is unloaded? Can it > get > mixed up between the modified and original drivers?
No it is by purpose not smart. It will do whatever you tell it to do...