I use TP-LINK TF-3283 LAN CARD as an alternative when I experience a problem with my onboard LAN. With very cheap price, TP-LINK TF-3283 LAN CARD offer a great benefit. This card has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules that designed to provide reasonable protection agains harmful interference in a residential installation, as long as installed according to the instruction of installation.
This card easily auto detected by my Windows XP (and I'm sure likewise other OS) and so far function normally.
However, CD Driver still included in content package. User's Guide Features provided in 9 (nine) languages, i.e. English, Germany, French, Portugal, Italy, Turkish, Polland, Spain and Russian. For other countries, English is default.
This card use 32-bit PCI interface and suitable with many popular OS : Windows 98SE/ME/NT4.0/2000/XP, Unix, Netware 3.x/4.x
Compared to other product in this class, I'm sure that TP-LINK is a reasonable choice and one of the best solutions, specifically for developing countries.
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