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WLAN for Toshiba 4600

Postby retsuhcs » Sun, 28 Dec 2003 09:51:35 GMT


The Satellite 4600 has a mini-PCI slot for a WLAN card, internal intenna,
and pre-installed drivers and client manager. My variety of the 4600 does
not come with the card itself; it is "ready".

Having just set up a home network I am looking at various ways of adding
WLAN to the 4600. The mini-PCI card for that model (and the Tecra 8200),
PA3070U-5MPC, seems to be long out of production.

Looking on eBay, I see another Toshiba card, PA3171U-1MPC, but know
nothing about its compatibility. Also, not knowing what Toshiba model it
is meant for, makes it impossible to find drivers on the TAIS web site.
(Perhaps it uses the same drivers as the older card for my 4600?).

I also see a lot of Orinoco MPC 13A-20 cards for sale on eBay, for $35 -
$40. It is possible to download drivers and client managers for these
cards for many OS'es. I wonder if that might be the way to go ... anyone
know about these? They all seem to use the Lucent chipset.

The other choice, of course, is to use up a PC Card slot and just get a
WLAN card to install there.

Any suggestions?


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