can you tell me more about having the Linksys
WCF11 wireless lan adapter work with a Casio PDA.
I have an E-15 PDA and I get an error message
when installing the WCF11 software. It says that
the adapter will not work with my PDA and it
refuses to launch the install process on the PDA.
My E-15 runs a standard CE 2.11 without anything particular.
Can you please help me,
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Re: Casio E-15 and Linksys WCF11
Well - if your PDA runs CE 2.11, it should install. Try downloading specific CAB file from Linksys's website for the MIPS processor (E-15 uses VR4111). If you have Linksys WCF11 card, go to http://linksys.com/support/support.asp?spid=71
If setup still doesn't work - copy a MIPS CAB file to your Casio via ActiveSync and run it from there.
However, even after you install it - you might face problems. I still wasn't able to run my Linksys WCF11 on Casio E-100. Apparently, there is no easy way to specify IP settings (gateway, WINS, DNS) in Windows CE 2.11 for Linksys (unlike PocketPC OS, where we have network settings in control panel). I tried playing with registry - however, it messes up big time.
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Hi, you can do a quick troubleshooting on the laptop. 1. used another network cable and check that no pins are broken on the laptop. 2. go to device manager and remove the network adapter and reinstall it.
if this don't work. if you have a wireless router, you can connect to the internet over the wireless network adapter on the laptop.
The 10/100 LAN is a wired connection. If it is connected to the wrt54g through an ethernet cable yes it will see anything on the wireless connection but if you want the computer to use a wireless connection then you will need to get an 802.11B or 802.11G wireless adapter. The wireless adapter does not have to be Linksys but it does generally make thing easier if you use all the same brand.
think you have to connect a cable to the ethernet adapter of your desktop in order for you to connect to the wrt54g. uless you have a wireless lan on your desktop. also check your channels. and manually config your router through 192.168.1.1.......
My experience with Linksys support has been one of horror. It relates to a different product - 2 port lan printer server. I never got it to work right & it is gathering dust. Perhaps when I have time I will try it out with WinXP with native support if it is built in.
Although a manufacturer may claim on his site that a particular device supports WinCE 3.0 on mips cpu you have hake it with a ton of salt.
There have been some threads on this boards for the specific device you mention & suggest you contact the concerned persons directly for their opinion & experience.
I have found DLink to be far more accurate in its claims than LinkSys.