Broadcom EDUP IEEE802.11b/g PCI 54Mbps Free Driver Download
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18.104.22.168 (21 Jun 2006)
Supported Operating Systems
Windows 2003, Windows 2003 (64 bit), Windows XP, Windows XP (64 bit), Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98
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This is the REAL fabled EDUP 802.11n 54g PCI driver (The mass produced eBay sold card with metal screening and Blue front and NO model number on it!). The driver is for the EDUP card with Broadcom chipset BCM43xx & BCM43xx64 (the xx's can be anything from 00 to 99). The card that this was for has BCM94360MPL Rev 31 printed on the internal Mini-PCI card beneath the metal shell and the main Chip has BCM4306FKB printed on it. I had been hunting for this disk for months after losing it and I had not been able to get ANY of the drivers on Driverguide to work on the card until I found it again and HAD to share!. The file is an .iso (clone of the original driver cd) and can be easily opened and burned directly to CDROM using NERO, NTI etc or by mounting it on a virtual drive using Magicdisc -
JayC (DG Member) on 9/29/2008
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