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fear187

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Hello Folks!
I'm setting up a junker laptop with Windows 2000 Professional. I have a Linksys Wifi Card inserted into it. Since Windows 2000 does not have a built in wifi client (to display/connect to wireless access points), I need help in finding one to use. I've only managed to locate one Wifi client to download.
I know Linksys has one, but I went on their website and couldn't find it. Can anyone point me in the right direction, or any wifi client for that matter! Thanks!

Edited by fear187, 06 February 2008 - 07:45 AM.

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did the wireless card come with a disk? with drivers on it? if so the wireless client should be on that disk
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all I have is the laptop itself and the WiFi Card.
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make and model of the card?
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Linksys Wireless G WPC54G Ver 3
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