The EDUP wireless LAN PCMCIA adaptor is designed for most laptops using Microsoft Windows 98SE/2000/XP and requires a minimum of 64MB of memory, although it would be beneficial to have 128MB. For the older laptops that support only 128MB, the EDUP wireless LAN PCMCIA adaptor is ideal. The required drivers are provided on a CD and are available as a download.
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The drivers for the EDUP wireless LAN PCMCIA adaptor are provided on a CD, and once you insert it into the CD drive the auto run feature will begin. From the Install window you will make your selections and complete the install.
If the auto run feature on your CD does not work, you can complete the installation for your EDUP wireless LAN PCMCIA adaptor by selecting "Run" from your Accessories in Windows XP. Click "Browse" to locate the CD drive, select the drive and click "OK" at the "Run" window. Follow the prompts to install your EDUP adaptor.
Another option is to download the necessary drivers and save them to your download folder. Once the download is complete simply locate the file in your download's folder and double click to begin the install. (See Resources below for the link to purchase and download the driver.)
Installing the EDUP wireless LAN PCMCIA adaptor from the "Add Hardware" option in Windows XP is another way to ensure proper installation. Select "Control Panel" from your Start menu, double-click "Add Hardware," select the device to install and click the "Have Disk" option. In the next window, select "Browse" to locate the CD drive, click on the drive letter, and then "OK." Click on "Next," and when the installation is complete click on "Finish."
Locate the PCMCIA slots on the left side of your laptop. Push the small button and the holder pops out. Insert your card and follow the prompts to configure your LAN connections with your server.
Tips and warnings
- The EDUP wireless LAN PCMCIA adaptor may not work appropriately in Windows Vista.
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