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Topic # 7716 4-May-2006 21:42
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I have the wireless network running at home, I can see all computers on all the other computers. I can't seem to get the Win98 computer to connect to the internet via the USB wireless adaptor.

Would a wireless card like this http://www.dlink.co.nz/Products.aspx?Sec=4&Sub1=18&Sub2=42&PID=109 be better


Thanks, Ken.

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  Reply # 34916 4-May-2006 23:26
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I had no troubles with DSE branded cards on Win98SE.

Instinct tells me almost any PCI card should behave better with Win98 than a USB device (as long as the PCI card specifys 98 as a compatible system)







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