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Need a driver

Cardbus wireless lan PCMCIA-it sez IEEE802.11b 2.4 GHz

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  • janekleinsch Nov 14, 2008

    Thanks but the brand is not a Linksys-but not much info is on the card-just cardbus wireless lan-thanks again

  • janekleinsch Nov 16, 2008

    thanks to your team-sorry for the confusion i caused-thanks again

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Sorry for the lack of info-will do a better job this time. On the front of the card sez Wireless lan on a hot pink label with the word cardbus in a yellow oval. I have seen them on ebay only in the wireless g format. On the back it sez 3.3 V -IEEE802.11b 2.4 Ghz DSSS. The #s on the card are GWA-E0656E1505649 and also MAC:000E2E421337 and made in Taiwan. Thanks again for your help.

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What you need to do is look at the exact model number and version that you can see on the card then go to www.linksys.com after that on the top right type in the exact model number then click on the arrow. After that you will see something like WPC54G Download Details select that after that select the version via the drop down box it will then display the drivers that you need for the specific version number.

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    Thomas Lim Nov 16, 2008

    Oh sorry I assumed it was a Linksys since that is what you selected. How about the serial number or any number on teh card itself can you give them to me

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Hi,

It would seem that you posted your concern twice. To your concern, does it look something like the image belwo?
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If yes, it is as you posted, a 802.11b Wireless LAN Cardbus Adapter distributed by GetNet Technology Co., Ltd. with model # GW-9106PC. Pls find driver and manual download from here.

Hopethis be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up orshould you need additional information. Good luck and kind regards.Thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Nov 16, 2008

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