802.11b Wireless PCI Card Driver
1.64.1007.2002 (2002-10-07) via .inf
This version of the driver was taken from the install cd of an unlabeled card - The card isn't even identified as ADMtek after installing the driver, it just shows up as "802.11b Wireless PCI Card" in the device manager. PCI ID of the card I used it with is:
Vendor 1317, Device 8201, Subsystem AB6013D1, Revision 11, CC 028000
It supports only WEP and the only other info I could find was here: http://freepages.misc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wb4kdi/PC/pcmcia/PRISM/models.html
First tried various other drivers for this chip from Realtek, DLink, SMC and Gericom without success. Then I got the CD from the former owner and it looks like this is the only driver that works and doesn't crash my system.
Chris H. (DG Member) on 10-Oct-2008
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The following files are found inside the driver download file.
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|ADM8211 WEP Only Driver/netwpci.inf||12.8 KB||13 Nov 2002|
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