ASUS 802.11b Network Adapter

Category: Network & Modems
Manufacturer: Broadcom Corp.
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 8.3Mb
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows ME
Latest Version / Release Date: / 11 Feb 2005

Windows device driver information for ASUS 802.11b Network Adapter

ASUS 802.11b Network Adapter is a hardware component designed to enable computers to connect and communicate over a network. With the help of this network adapter's driver, users will be able to connect to each other either through cable or wireless connection. The network card implements the electronic circuitry needed to communicate using a particular physical layer as well as data link layer standard, like token ring or Ethernet. This device connects the network cable and some LEDs to inform users if the network is active and if data is being transmitted on it. The driver lets the device communicate with the user's machine. The driver for ASUS 802.11b Network Adapter is compressed alongside the libraries and other files in the WL-100q-03/ file. The driver is most compatible with various versions of Windows Operating System, which include Windows 2000 and Windows XP.

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ASUS 802.11b Network Adapter is both a physical layer and data link layer device that offers physical access to a networking medium. This device provides a low-level addressing scheme by means of MAC addresses. ASUS 802.11b Network Adapter enables one computer to connect to another user. This network adapter used to be an expansion card which plugs into a computer bus. It has Ethernet capacities integrated into the motherboard chipset or employed through a low cost, dedicated Ethernet chip that is connected to the PCI bus. All of its functionalities would not be possible without the help of a driver. ASUS 802.11b Network Adapter drivers are available on the Internet, which allows users to update their drivers if they experience some problems associated with their ASUS Adapter. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ASUS 802.11b Network Adapter errors before installing any driver updates.