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Re: [vox-tech] Wireless cards and orinoco patching woes
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Re: [vox-tech] Wireless cards and orinoco patching woes

begin lakeinfoworks <lakeinfoworks@lakeinfoworks.com> 
> I'm the other person who was helped and I'd love to help you.  However, I 
> have a problem that is denying me web access except through other people's 
> machines.  I'll be posting that problem shortly.
> I'll keep your post until I can get on the Internet with my machine.  If you 
> solve your problem in the meantime, please post that fact.
> BTW, if memory serves me right, it was Pete Salzman's lady friend who gave me 
> the answer.  It seems that she wasn't sure why her advice worked, but it 
> did.  Can't argue with success.

hey mister, that's no lady!  that's my wife!   (well, soon to be, at least).  :)
and we were helped by nicole.  women seem to keep helping with these orinco
cards...  wierd.  :)


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