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toml_12953

Wireless N PCI for Win98SE?

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I'm looking for a PCI card that can handle 300Mbps and has Win98SE drivers. The oldest card I could find has ME drivers but not 98. I thought it would still work with 98 but no. Is there any PCI wireless N card that has drivers for Win98 SE? If so please let me know the model number and maybe a link to the driver. I looked at the Airlink101 products which someone mentioned as working with 98SE but the only drivers I could find were for XP and above. I know I can use an external Access Point in client mode but I'd rather have an internal solution.

TIA

Tom L

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WPA2 + 300MBit = Quest for the Holy Grail in W9x-Land (tm).

Prepare for Despair.

Read: http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/175486-wpa2-for-windows-9x/

Long story short: I recommend the aforementioned Router in Client-Mode, albeit a cute one (= USB-powered, < 50g, as on the thread mentioned above):

http://www.tp-link.com/en/products/details/TL-WR802N.html

I use two of those, and i like them. No NAT-firewall included, of course.

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I'm looking for a PCI card that can handle 300Mbps and has Win98SE drivers. The oldest card I could find has ME drivers but not 98. I thought it would still work with 98 but no.
You didn't specify the Model Number of the card you found.
Was the problem in the Driver or in the Client Application?
I have a Driver that provides all of the WinME API missing in 98SE.

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you could try Airlink AWLH6080.  I can't confirm it works but  I can confirm that  AWLC6080 works and runs at 130Mbps  in 98SE.

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