[kwlug-disc] Hello, you great bunch of fellows

Michael Savage msavage at golden.net
Wed Nov 9 08:06:45 EST 2011


Do you still have them, ie today?
Mike

On 08/11/2011 11:00 PM, Bob Jonkman wrote:
> There were a bunch of PCMCIA Ethernet cards with various dongles at 
> Computer Recycling in  The Working Centre.  No drivers, but there's 
> The Internet for that.  If you can, bring the computer over so you can 
> experiment with various cards and drivers.
>
> Today Charles decided it was Clean Up Day in Computer Recycling.  
> Chances are that Win98 vintage Ethernet PCMCIA cards without drivers 
> aren't going to make it to the "Stuff We Keep" pile, so come visit 
> before the recycler pickup trucks do.
>
> --Bob.
>
> Recursive definitions:
>
>    * Stuff == Junk We Keep
>    * Junk == Stuff We Throw Away
>
>
>
> On 11-11-08 01:04 PM, Michael Savage wrote:
>> Yup, your right, I am asking for something.
>>
>> For one of the tenants of SHOW (Supportive Housing Of Waterloo) I 
>> have a need for a PCMCIA card and drivers for etherenet, like a 
>> D-Link DFE-690-TXD. I have one, but it does not work :(
>>
>>  (This only an example, I really don't care what make/model etc.) 
>> However the operating system is Windows 98, without USB support... 
>> has a CD drive though to use to install the drivers
>>
>> If one of you can point me to where I might get such a card, it would 
>> greatly appreciated. (Low cost as well, this guy doesn't have much)
>>
>> Any ideas on a source?
>> Mike
>>
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