Does all this support my conclusion that the solution to this is to get the card to turn on? I have tried that before and it worked after I got into a similar situation. Obviously, it’s all too late for me as I ended up taking the computer back and getting an Ubuntu machine from Dell so I can’t try this out anymore. Do you know where I can get the XP drivers? If I remember correctly from the tutorial, The rm command that had to delete the acerhk module that came with Ubuntu was dependent on the kernel version. I have also tried the thread at http:
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The device manager was missing the following drivers: It opens a web page, where you select “free download option”, then you usually have to wait a minute until the countdown notebolk 0 then you can download the file.
I see that you pretty much in this stuff and have no one to give me an good advice My Xpress m graphics card is not fully supported by Maverick but im still hoping, 3D one day.!!!!!!!!
XP installed normally, no errors during the installation.
OMG I sound like a sales rep Cheers having the same trouble myself, got the amilo li and had the wireless working but when I moved from kernel 2. Then make your way along the tabs can’t remember which oneuntil you see the option for Wireless Device.
But I guess, there wasnt anything you could do. Can you tell me some more about using n-lite and making a bootable xp cd? After that more googeling and quite soon I had some drivers that might work. If that doesnt work, U might want to download the latest version of the madwifi hal driver at http: Atheros wlan got the drivers also can’t remember the site and got it running with the vista version of launch manager but only with one small detail!
Everything started working after the 1. Also, none of the threads I’ve found here deal with this model.
I decided to test the Vista version and it worked As for the lan, I discovered that if you manually install the driver it works.
OMG I sound like a sales rep Cheers.
I’m really sorry to reply late, I had assumed that I would receive an email if I got a response from you. So time to make the installation.
[Li] Windows XP drivers – Fujitsu Support Forum
Hey, I know this thread hasn’t been touched in well over a year, but I’ve recently struggled to find a quick amilp for this problem, and I’ve found one! I wasn’t planning on becoming a hacker in the process: I’ve had my fill of reading about people getting their Amilo to work only to find their fix just does nothing for me.
I’ve only tested my driver pack on LI I had to change the path to point to my current kernel version before I got the light to go on.
If I remember correctly from the tutorial, The rm command that had to delete the acerhk module that came with Ubuntu was dependent on the kernel version. Obviously, it’s all too late for me as I ended up taking the computer back and getting an Ubuntu machine from Dell so I can’t try this out anymore. Hope this helps any others who may experience this issue in future. It’s all academic for me now though. At least using the X86 64 bit software the three times and it finally boots up thing has gone.
I am a novice to Ubuntu and don’t really understand the commands, etc. Well, I’ve given up after many hours of trying to get acerhk to work. So it was time for plan B Plan B means I had to note down the components details and search for the drivers one by one chipset, graphics, lan, wlan Who knows, maybe someone will decide to upgrade from Vista to XP If you need any help, give me a shout. For Li XP drivers please have a look at this post.
Drivers for Fujitsu AMILO Li 2727 notebooks Wi-Fi devices
I was tired of Windows, and thought that Ubuntu would be less hassle. At this point, many people say, they’ve gone back to Windows and scrapped Ubuntu. However, some stuff is not very notebbook for me.