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dell 8600 driver for network controller

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Dell Inspiron 8600 with XP Pro.  Need source for the network controller driver.  I do not have the Dell CD.  I've searched several sites with no luck.  This is an Intel Pentium M 725 CPU and a Dell MOBO with an "OD5689" Microprocessor if that helps.
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also from that site you should be able to enter the service tag to find system specific drivers.  The service tag is usually on a sticker on bottom of laptop or can be found by booting into the bios.
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