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Topic # 27677 3-Nov-2008 19:19
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Hi!

I really need drivers for an USB wireless LAN adapter. I can find the drivers for 98/Me/2000/XP but not for Vista. Finally, I came across these two sites, but they are in chinese (?).  If anyone can read chinese, PLEASE, tell me if the drivers are there:

http://drivers.mydrivers.com/drivers/181-72633-Lantech-WL54G-USB-Pro-1.0.0.49-For-Win-Vista-32-Vista-64

http://drivers.enet.com.cn/html/111072007081302.html

Thank you very much in advance.




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  Reply # 175518 3-Nov-2008 19:27
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Have you tried something like a full page translator like Google?

But the downloads are there, but they link to multiple download mirrors.




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  Reply # 175563 3-Nov-2008 21:59
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I believe it IS somewhere in there, the reference on the screen is very clear (Vista 32). But I didn,t go anywhere just clicking all the links on the pages... On the second site, I get a list on the left hand side of the screen, something-something_1, ..._2, to 5, seems to be a list with download mirrors but none of them helped.

It has to be in there ! I just need someone who understand what's written to download it for me and then (if it is not too much), to send mee directions on how to install it (what buttons to press to complete installation).




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  Reply # 175572 3-Nov-2008 22:06
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ftp://file3.mydrivers.com/net/Lantech_WL54GUSBPro_drvVista.zip

Download that. The drivers are there for Device Manager to get to.

The other site has the same drivers but with an included (and useless) Readme file.




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