USB client adapter and w98SE

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by misleadagain, Jan 31, 2006.

  1. misleadagain

    misleadagain Guest

    Does anyone which drivers to use the EUB-362(EXT) for win98SE?

    There are at least three different packages on the net for it.

    One for "win98/ME" at the engenius site and a broken link for win2000/xp
    (way to go Engenius)

    One on the cd that comes with the manual which says minimum requirements
    w2000/xp for the device-file date is several months earlier than
    others-funny the ADVERTISE support for win98se, then after they have
    your money they send you a cd manual that says minimum requirements
    w2000.

    two from a dealer, one for win9x/ME that is identical to one at Engenius
    and one for w2000/xp that has a later date than one on cd.

    Nice the way they make everything so clear. No suprise BIG on marketing,
    lousy on support.

    Does anyone which drivers to use the EUB-362(EXT) usb client adapter for
    win98SE? Will drivers said to be for w2000 work with win98se? Or should
    I use the ones that say win98/ME? USB is working fine on this box.

    There are at least three different packages on the net for it.

    One for "win98/ME" at the engenius/mfg site and a broken link for
    win2000/xp (way to go Engenius) Does not specify if this includes 98SE.

    One on the cd that comes with the manual which says minimum requirements
    w2000/xp for the device-file date is several months earlier than
    others-funny the ADVERTISE support for win98se, then after they have
    your money they send you a cd manual that says minimum requirements
    w2000.

    two from a dealer, one for win9x/ME that is identical to one at Engenius
    and one for w2000/xp that has a later date than one on cd.

    Nice the way they make everything so clear. No suprise BIG on marketing,
    lousy on support (must have learned that from MS, haha).
     
    misleadagain, Jan 31, 2006
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