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togermano

best PCI wireless card for 9x?

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Get a wifi router that also has a client mode, then connect it to the PC via the nic. No driver needed. Configure the router with your web browser.

I'm online right now using an Airlink101 AP431W in this way.

Edit: Bridge mode can also be used if the client router's chipset matches that of the wifi access point it is connecting to.

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What about a used D-Link Wireless G Desktop adapter?

I used the card version on an old Compaq Armada with win 98se for a while and it worked well.

It also comes as a PCI card with a little antenna for use on desktops!

I've no idea if they still make them, but they must be used ones about if they do not.

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I've been using a Belkin F5D7000 for several years on a Dell Dimension XPS T450 desktop (1999 vintage) running Win98se and it works very well - connects in wireless-g mode to my Dlink DIR-655 router.

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