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Glyphx

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I'm having a lot of trouble finding a network card that is compatable with Windows XP... I was wondering if anybody knows of one that is. Thanks
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Trouble? Most network PCI cards I've seen are compatible. They have System Requirements of older Windows versions sometimes, but XP runs them. Are you looking for a good wireless card? or ethernet card?
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Ethernet card

Yeah the problem I was having was that the SR kept saying that it supported 95,98 but never XP.. So I wasnt sure if my computer would support the card

This was the card I was hoping to get

http://www.amazon.co...ronics&n=507846

Edited by Glyphx, 04 September 2005 - 01:04 PM.

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Yea, that should be just dandy. System requirements generally mean the minimum you need to run it. For example, if it says a 300MHz Pentium processor, you know it'll still run on that 3.2GHz P4. I've got a scanner connected that had requirements of windows 95/98, and I'm running XP Pro SP2.
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