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Need a few 98 network drivers

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Trying to find the following drivers - (I can find them with strings attached - or bundeled - but getting spooked by the phoney sites that want me to register)


When I first installed 98 it was for generic use. I drug the machine out of the garage and wanted to use it for a print server. Network setup wanted these files and the ancient CD did not survive three moves. Any help is appreciated.

BTW - here is my plan - tell me if I'm headed in the wrong direction.

I live in a house with several wireless computers - a Mac Powerbook that was used to install D-Link wireless to an SBC account. The Mac is wireless and gets on the network fine.

An XP box with wireless - that can see the network (that's how this is being sent)

And an old old old P3-133 mhz machine with 98 that I want to connect to the D-Link wireless router and be able to print to the printer that is attached and working fine.

I want to print from my XP wireless and my roomate from his Mac.

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