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How to get a pcmcia card workin in windows 98?

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I have windows 98 A version and have a de660+ dlink network pcmcia card ...Thru device manager it shows as being installed as Dlink de-660+ but when i do "winipcfg" i have dial up adator and "Pcmcia network adaptor" it doesnt show as a dlink adaptor and i only get a 169.x.x.x internal address...It is dhcp from my router. Im gonna try to reinstall the drive..
The card beeps and does show the texas instrument socket services installed in device manager.
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by:lucbruneau
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just to mention the laptop is a compaq presario 1700 series model 17xl262...and i have texas instruments bus controller installed..mayb missing somethin here
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is that number correct? could not find anything like de660+ on their site :http://www.dlink.com/search/?qry=de-660%2B
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by:lucbruneau
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yeah it is ...i called dlink but its no longer supported...checked both us and canada channels. Just no longer carried nor shown.
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