Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 5,468 KB
Operating System: Windows 98 SE, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows XP, Windows Me
Latest Version / Release Date: 220.127.116.11. / 19 Oct 1999
The CardBus Fast Ethernet 10/100 Adapter has a local area network configuration that combines highly advanced manageability characteristics as well as ultra high industry based ethernet performance. The device is suitably designed to simplify connections in remote offices by keeping all workers in an organization in including IT experts busy and highly productive. Some of the CardBus Fast Ethernet 10/100 Adapter's unique features include multipacks produced by Dell's 3Com Partners; and a combination of Parallel Tasking I and Parallel Tasking II expertise that delivers an unmatched LAN throughput. The LAN configuration is designed in a manner such that a series of LAN connections can be enabled at various remote sites by simply clicking a mouse on a computer installed with the 3Com Manager. The CardBus Fast Ethernet 10/100 Adapter also has a low power consumption rates, implying that the device generates less heat
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With the CardBus Fast Ethernet 10/100 Adapter, one can switch automatically between 10 megabytes per second and 100 megabytes per second processing speeds. This is guided by an Nway 10 or 100 megabytes per second auto-negotiation. The CardBus Fast Ethernet 10/100 Adapter has many advanced features, of which the specific ones include a form in terms of a Plug-in module; a CardBus interface; and a tiny area of 5.4 cm by 8.6 cm by 0.5 cm dimensions. The cabling type includes a 10Base-T Ethernet cable as well as a 100Base-TX ethernet cable. The CardBus Fast Ethernet 10/100 Adapter uses a both Ethernet and Fast Ethernet cable as the data links for its protocol. Users of the device can be guaranteed of quality since it is compliant with IEEE 802.3u and IEEE 802.3 regulations. Moreover, the device has a limited warranty. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and CanoScan LiDE 30/N1240U errors before installing any driver updates.