At 09:04 AM 5/8/2012, Kenny Emond wrote:
>I recently put FreeDOS on my laptop that has built in wireless. I 
>tried to see if the BIOS on the computer would let me know what the 
>packet driver name was or where, but it didn't. So I was wondering 
>how to find it or how to scan for what type of driver to get, or 
>something. I tried just typing in the packet interupt in mtcp.cfg, 
>but when I ran the dhcp app it wouldn't work. Ay clues/tips? Thanks
You will likely be SOL with using a wireless adapter with (Free)DOS, 
as you not only need a general packet driver for the NIC itself, but 
also software that handles all the encryption stuff as well as all 
the wireless settings (SSID, channel, etc)...

Ralf 


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