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Problem with PCMCIA and Windows 98

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I can't install a PCMCIA card in my notebook under Windows 98....
It's a siemens 510 and my PCMCIA card is a XIRCOM ...
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by:Togeole
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Ben nope

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by:viktornet
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This is not the right topic area.... You better check out some of the windows areas...
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rbr earned 200 total points
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have you checked
http://www.xircom.com/
for the newest driver
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