I just noticed that the installer put 'Prism Status Icon.lnk' in
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "markdesi2003" <markdesi@h...> wrote:
> BeePod Instructions:
> Copy the cab file to your ePod and double tap to install. If you
> using BeePod choose \CeFiles\Program Files\ as the installation
> The installer will put PRISMSTA.exe in \CeFiles\Program
> Files\Intersil PRISM Wireless LAN\
> Cut PRISMCFG.cpl from Windows and paste it in \CeFiles
> Cut PRISMNDS.dll from Windows and paste it in \CeFiles
> Cut PRISMIOC.dll from Windows and paste it in \CeFiles
> Cut PRISMRES.dll from Windows and paste it in \CeFiles
> If you installed the driver that came with your card you'll have a
> registry entry for it.
> Example for US Robotics Card:
> Change the Miniport entry to PRISM
> You can configure the card by tapping on the icon in the system
> or through Start -> Settings -> Control Panel
> These drivers are newer than what's in PRISM2.4000.CAB 194kb (Sept
> 21, 2000)
> PRISM.4000.CE211.Jan2002.zip contains Prism.4000.cab 301kb. The
> drivers are dated Jan 17, 2002. (confirmed by looking at
> the 'About'tab on your Prism Wireless Settings)
> My Netgear MA701 works great using the setup noted above.
> As Brian (and others) have pointed out, if you use the older
> PRISM2.4000.CAB you cannot have the CPL file in the same folder as
> your control panel CPL, because it will prevent your control panel
> from working. The PRISM CPL from PRISM2.4000.CAB file can be put
> the same folder that your prismsta.exe file.
> If these newer drivers work for you, let us know which card you
> and which hack you use.