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I need a driver for my Wireless router card for Vista. Dlink 108G MIMO PCI There does not appearto be one

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  • Tromp Apr 29, 2008

    I love Macs.....

  • Tromp Apr 29, 2008

    thanks...but it is'not compatible



    Looks likeits a new card o I throw the machine and get a Mac..



    Regads

    Tomp...

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Go HERE for info and solutions about your "driver for my Wireless router card for Vista.
Dlink 108G MIMO PCI"

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Www.dlink.com would have that answer.

if they don't have it, then it's not there

Posted on Apr 29, 2008

  • Patrick Michaels
    Patrick Michaels Apr 29, 2008

    can understand that perception..there are other cards of course

  • Patrick Michaels
    Patrick Michaels Apr 29, 2008

    well..maybe a new card.

    and thankya for using fixya

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