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Wireless NIC

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Here is the driver (Don't be alarmed about the web address!) http://windowshackerz.viralcoders.com/Quetec_11b_PCI_PCMCIA_2.5.30.0_Setup

If someone wants to edit this post and upload this to some place else, Go for it! *I would of rapidshared it but they will delete the driver with in a month or so.

Posted on Oct 03, 2008

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    Exidous Oct 03, 2008

    Oh I forgot to tell you this driver is for Windows XP

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    Exidous Oct 03, 2008

    http://windowshackerz.viralcoders.com/Qu...

    I forgot the .zip on the end as well.


  • jtcbrown Jun 04, 2011

    FYI, link is dead - and I am not finding anywhere else that has this driver. DriversGuide had an installer but it is also dead. Have this card but cannot find a driver.

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