Other Companies OEM 11Mbps WLAN PC-Card(3.3V) Driver Download

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Supported Models

N13-2511CD-PLUS Driver

OEM 11Mbps WLAN PC-Card(3.3V) Driver

OEM 11Mbps WLAN PC-Card(5V) Driver

Manufacturers

Other Companies

Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP, Windows NT4, Windows 95

File Name

EDUP_PCMCIA_WiFi.rar (170.6 KB)

Versions

1.66 (8-Apr-2002)

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Uploader Notes

Extracted from the original CD of the EDUP - PCMCIA WiFi Card.

Uploaded By

Kelas (DG Member) on 5-Aug-2008

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