minimum system requirements bit me

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Is there any way to trick my wireless usb adapter (which only supports Windows XP and 2000) to work on my Windows 98SE machine? Perhaps, maybe, huh, huh :? ...please?
 
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If there is no Windows 98 driver available, I'm afraid you're SOL.

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Great...now I'm grumpy too. :lol:

So many drivers out there, they must not be hard to make. Can't somebody bootleg something for me? Shouldn't take more than a few minutes to do...right? :p

Thanks for the reply. I appreciate the answer...even if it's not good news.
 
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You could have at least posted the brand and model of your Wireless USB Adapter or were we supposed to pick up the information wirelessly?

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I just purchased a cheap Wifi PCI card that uses a Marvel chipset. I'm using it on the K6-2 rig in my sig.

Here's the link to the one I have:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16833180030

It works great, and you can't beat the price. If your card is using a Marvel chipset the driver of this card may work for you. If not, then you could always just buy this card and use it on you Win98SE machine. I highly recommend it.