It looks like you just compiled the rndis_wlan module. You should be able to remove the module by doing the following:
Originally Posted by Dav Tir Luthier
The first command will add "blacklist rndis_wlan" to the end of /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist. This will prevent the module from loading. The second command will remove the module that is currently loaded. The third command will update the system so that it will not try to load rndis_wlan when booting.
echo blacklist rndis_wlan | sudo tee -a /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist
sudo modprobe -r rndis_wlan
sudo update-initramfs -u
The only thing that I saw in the instructions is that it says to use ndiswrapper -d in version 1 and version 2. That command does not seem to exist. I think it is supposed to be ndiswrapper -a. To see the list of commands for ndiswrapper, you can use ndiswrapper --help. To verify that you have the right device, you will want to use:
2: with any advice on the second thread.
and see if it is a 13b1:000e or 13b1:0014. If it is not, there is a chance that this set of instructions will not work.
If you have not installed ndiswrapper, you should be able to do this if you have the Ubuntu live CD. You will need to install the liveCD to the repositories, update the repository package lists, and then install ndiswrapper. When you do the first command, it will ask you to load the CD:
Hope that helps!
sudo apt-cdrom add
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install ndiswrapper-utils-1.9