PCI to PCMCIA adaptor using PLX9052 chip.



Nick
07-10-2005, 01:57 AM
Hi,
I have recently got one of my desktops running WinXP Pro. I want to connect
it to my home network using a PCMCIA wireless network card and a PCI to
PCMCIA bridge adaptor to slot into one of the free PCI slots in the PC.
I know this card works because it was previously running in a Linux system
(sorry for swearing).
The PCI to PCMCIA adaptor is based on the PLX9052 chip.

Are there are any XP drivers for this device? I can't find any on the CD
which cam with either XP or the card itself.

Any help appreciated.

Regards

Nick

Galen
07-10-2005, 01:57 AM
In news:DCDCA74F-A7CC-4D57-B62B-A7FD2734D12F@microsoft.com,
Nick <Nick@discussions.microsoft.com> had this to say:

My reply is at the bottom of your sent message:

> Hi,
> I have recently got one of my desktops running WinXP Pro. I want to
> connect it to my home network using a PCMCIA wireless network card
> and a PCI to PCMCIA bridge adaptor to slot into one of the free PCI
> slots in the PC.
> I know this card works because it was previously running in a Linux
> system (sorry for swearing).
> The PCI to PCMCIA adaptor is based on the PLX9052 chip.
>
> Are there are any XP drivers for this device? I can't find any on the
> CD which cam with either XP or the card itself.
>
> Any help appreciated.
>
> Regards
>
> Nick

If XP doesn't auto-detect it than look for 2k drivers on the disk as those
generally do the trick. Sometimes you will need to force it by finding the
..inf file, right clicking, and selecting install and then doing the add
hardware wizard. If you can't find them try the manufacturer's site or try
www.driverguide.com where the user is drivers and the password is all. (You
may need to use a non-generic account as that one was slated to be canceled
in favor of their new system but it might be still working.)

Galen
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PCI to PCMCIA adaptor using PLX9052 chip.