Any PCMCIA card I put into my X24 shows up as MTD-0002 and won't install. This is after a format. The device in question is a Verizon Wireless internet card, but this happens with anything plugged in. There is obviously no driver for MTD-0002 so I'd appreciate some help.
I am running XP by the way. Thanks.
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http://support.microsoft.com/default.as ... -us;319326
but I don't know if any of the fixes outlined there will help. I've also seen advice saying to check the BIOS boot order and make sure the HD is set before any PCMCIA slot but I don't think that applies in my case (my order is external floppy, CDROM, HD).
X22 X24 X31 X41 X41T X60 X60s X61 X61s X200 X200s X300 X301 Z60m Z61t Z61p 560 560Z 600 600E 600X T21 T22 T23 T41 T60p T410 T420 T520 W500 W520 R50 A21p A22p A31 A31p
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My Wi-Fi card is acting crazy. I don't know if it's IRQ or driver related but it's near impossible to connect via Wi-Fi. If I am lucky it will connect to a single website then give up. If I load up the lousy Actiontec program, it will work a little better. This is NOT related to my router because everything else wireless works fine. I am assuming this is driver related since before the format it worked okay. I'd really appreciate any help!
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I seem to have fixed my long, ongoing problem with the built in Wi-Fi card. I downloaded the drivers from IBM and had nothing but insane problems. Anyway, after much trouble shooting, I tried the Win2k drivers instead of XP and all seems well. The odd milisecond freezes I'd get and the huge connection problems I had seem to go right out the window.
I'm surprised I was the only one with this problem.
I bought my X24 a while ago and always had a problem connecting to my University's wi-fi. I also noticed when anything happened requiring wi-fi, such as connecting to an access point, the mouse would freeze up for a few seconds.
I formatted the X24 the other day and had extreme problems getting the wi-fi to work in XP (as mentioned above). I tried the Win2k drivers after much hair-pulling and that didn't work *but* I noticed that with the Win2k drivers when I went into the Wireless LAN Settings in control panel, two new tabs were there that weren't there with the XP drivers. One of the tabs was configuration, and after changing the transmit rate to Auto 1 or 2 Mb, everything worked perfect.
I have no idea why any of this is but after doing all the troubleshooting and finding I had to install 2k's drivers and not XP's then change the configuration, I figured posting this may help someone else some day.
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