Windows XP, Windows XP (64 bit), Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95
Apologies for submitting a driver I know little about. I DONT KNOW what OS ver's are on the disk; my own card is LM-N90TXPro+, but I know people are looking for this driver too.
Lemel is not listed in Driverguide, nor is Synnex [I requested them a month ago; no response.]
The chip may be Realtek, but RTL win drivers don't work--no detect. I understand some versions of linux autodetect these pc-cards & work fine, but windows users will need these drivers.
Synnex website has no english, but the drivers are at:
newqjon (DG Member) on 15-Jul-2005
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The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|_SYS1.CAB||181.6 KB||30 Oct 2000|
|SETUP.LID||49 bytes||30 Oct 2000|
|SETUP.INS||60.9 KB||19 Oct 2000|
|VERSION||1.4 KB||15 Nov 2000|
|_ISDEL.EXE||27.6 KB||2 Oct 1998|
|README.TXT||2.3 KB||3 Oct 2000|
|SETUPDLL/CPNT.DLL||132.6 KB||18 Jul 2000|
|SETUPDLL/CP9X.DLL||132.6 KB||18 Jul 2000|
|SETUPDLL/SETUPCE.DLL||53.2 KB||14 Sep 2000|
|OS.DAT||450 bytes||27 Jul 1998|
|SETUP.EXE||71.7 KB||2 Oct 1998|
|DATA1.CAB||469 bytes||30 Oct 2000|
|DATA.TAG||118 bytes||30 Oct 2000|
|ARM/2.1/LE100.DLL||29.8 KB||22 Sep 2000|
|LAYOUT.BIN||627 bytes||30 Oct 2000|
|LANG.DAT||4.7 KB||18 Sep 1998|
|SH4/2.1/LE100.DLL||29.5 KB||14 Nov 2000|
|SETUP.INI||128 bytes||30 Oct 2000|
|SH3/ARP.DLL||22.5 KB||4 Feb 1998|
|SH3/NDIS.DLL||48.6 KB||4 Feb 1998|
|SH3/2.0/LE100.DLL||28.7 KB||11 Oct 1999|
|SH3/2.0/DHCP.DLL||16.9 KB||4 Feb 1998|
|SH3/2.0/NETWORK.CPL||11.3 KB||4 Feb 1998|
|SH3/2.1/LE100.DLL||30.0 KB||1 Nov 2000|
|SH3/2.1/DHCP.DLL||16.2 KB||13 Jun 1998|
|SH3/2.1/NETWORK.CPL||10.6 KB||27 May 1999|
|_SETUP.DLL||34.8 KB||29 Sep 1998|
|_USER1.CAB||943 bytes||30 Oct 2000|
|MIPS/ARP.DLL||30.2 KB||4 Feb 1998|
|MIPS/NDIS.DLL||65.0 KB||4 Feb 1998|
|MIPS/2.0/LE100.DLL||37.4 KB||11 Oct 1999|
|MIPS/2.0/DHCP.DLL||21.5 KB||4 Feb 1998|
|MIPS/2.0/NETWORK.CPL||38.9 KB||4 Feb 1998|
|MIPS/2.1/LE100.DLL||38.8 KB||1 Nov 2000|
|MIPS/2.1/DHCP.DLL||21.3 KB||12 Jan 2000|
|MIPS/2.1/NETWORK.CPL||11.6 KB||27 May 1999|
|_INST32I.EX_||298.0 KB||2 Oct 1998|
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