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Help Identifying NIC

I have a PCMCIA NIC card that I cannot find drivers for for Win95. I've tried searching for the manufacturer, but I'm unable to find that either. The card's name is Apollo and it's a 10/100M Fast Ethernet PC card.  The FCC Id on it is: MQ4FE1KA and the S/N:RE95112404. There's also another number on it: 00E098 07884D.
If you know anything about this card please let me know
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tibori
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tibori
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jj_makoCommented:
i did a search on that fcc id,  it belongs to a comapny named abocom.  go to www.abocom.com, they have all kinds of pcmcia cards there, take a look and see if yours is up there.
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tiboriAuthor Commented:
Thanks, jj_mako. I still wasn't able to find this specific card on there, but I wrote them an email to see if they have any drivers for it. Otherwise I guess I'll try some other models' drivers, maybe that'll work. It's strange that there's no model number on it.
Anyways, thanks for the help. If you could tell me where you searched for the FCC ID, the points are yours.
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LermitteCommented:
The PCMCIA card is from

http://www.linksys.com/support/solution/PCMPC100.HTM

You find the specifications here

http://www.perfcomcat.com/PCMPC100.html

It's from Linksys...

Mario
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jj_makoCommented:
tibori,

www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid

its a form you fill out, it is very helpfull in identifying parts.
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