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P35-1K1-1FD9 Network Card

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In order to standardize all the computers i have on my network i had to change the operating system of one of the computers from Windows XP to Windows 2000. Unfortunately i failed to make note of the network drivers. I have looked inside the computer and noticed that the network driver says G-TECH P35-1K1-1FD9. After searching on the internet i can only find a driver that is compatible with Windows XP but not Windows 2000. Is there another driver that can be compatible with the G-TECH P35-1K1-1FD9? Please help.

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I want g tech network card p35-153-11z9

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Re: P35-1K1-1FD9 Network Card

Please go to the following link and you will find compatible drivers; also note, the drivers name is
PRO2KXP.EXE it will work on both XP and Windows 2000.

Let me know if you need further help.

Posted on Oct 30, 2007

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