Ringo93 , Dec 25, at 7: Discussion in ‘ Networking ‘ started by aboettiger , Dec 21, This site is completely free — paid for by advertisers and donations. Royalking Dec 7, This is a great little card, and can serve you many more years of service just remember to save the new driver folder if you intend to have this for later.
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Dell TrueMobile 1150 PC Card
Join overother people just like you! This is a great little card, and can serve you many more years of service just remember to save the new driver folder if you intend to have this for later. Couriant Nov 26, I don’t see standard windows 98 though. The drivers might work on Windows or Me with little changes or you can get earlier versions of these drivers, etc as a free download from Dell’s Support site.
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Tech Support Guy is completely free — paid for wirleess advertisers and donations. Once you click on the file; it will create the files needed, and may open the html user file and show you how to install the drivers for XP but it wont work until you modify the INF file with your card’s ID code.
OS is Win wigeless and am looking for help locating a downloadable driver file for this card.
Dell TrueMobile 1150 Series Wireless Wi-fi Card
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Royalking Dec 7, Tried Wirleess and most references to the card refer me to the Win 98 CD. StumpedTechyDec 22, Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem?
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Ringo93Dec 25, at 7: Use the RUN command in your [Start] window folder and type “devmgmt. Welcome to Tech Support Guy! The information you need to change this file will come from your windows XP Device Manager.