I have a Tenda TWL541U wireless usb card and I cannot make it work with Ubuntu 10.10 64 bits. I've tried the Windows XP drivers with ndiswrapper to no avail. In Windows 7 I've made it work with using the Vista 64 driver. Does anyone can help? I'm quite a noob in Ubuntu.
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Ok, so I did make it work. It was quite hard to find the driver. I did a lsub command in terminal to find witch manufacturer made my card and it turns out was Marvell. After that I found that was a 88W8338 card. Googled it and found a driver named D00000055_87, downloaded it, and after that (since my ubuntu is a 64 bit one) used the driver 64 bit in the file, with ndiswrapper. Then, violá!, wifi with ubuntu.