Network Card

Posted on 2004-04-01
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Last Modified: 2013-11-09
I am using a wireless NIC. It has this information on it:

Target wireless LAN solution.
Target network line
PCMCIA 11MBps Wireless LAN
IEEE 802.11b compliant

I cannot find drivers for it anywhere. Does anyone know where I can find them or whether it uses a generic realtec chipset?
Question by:dan390339
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I think these drivers are all legacy. The one you specified above is for pocket PC. This one is PCMCIA and is for laptops.
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YohanShminge earned 500 total points
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Some of them are, yes, but some of them are from 2004.  Anyway, I should have noticed this one, sorry: http://www.target-int.nl/drivfil/netw/wireless.zip

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