It took a whole night at work searching. But I would like to thank my company for paying me to find this PCI driver. I started my search with the hardware ID. To make a long story short I found it at an IBM website listed for one of their notebooks. Hey it works??? XP picked up the Cisco card and loaded drivers right after.
I have uploaded this driver along with the drivers referenced here on the forum by Angrymeat (thank you so much for that). I have also included a folder titled BTW (bluetooth for windows) this is the only
file I could find that remotely resembled anything to do with the listed bluetooth hardware in my unit. HOWEVER..... I used the setup file and it dropped a ton of stuff on the drive, and when it was all done none of it worked and it was complaining about not being able to find a valid license. So... instead... go to the windows hardware manager find the unknown device and point it towards the Win32 folder for a driver. That will satisfy the driver issue, but I still don't think the card is working. I don't really care as I have no use for bluetooth. Do you? If you have a working bluetooth driver or utility I would be interested though (just to say that everything
is working) LOL.
With the exception of the bluetooth all is functional The touchscreen calibrated beautifully. The buttons all work and are programmable. Sound too. Hence the reason for the video codecs. Used Media Player Classic. VLC player dropped about 60M?? on the drive.
Here is what I have got on this thing.
Windows XP Pro SP3
Browzar - ?
MPlayer Classic - 5.4M (no install required)
Opera 9 - 5.6M
Click n Type Keyboard - 2.6M
7 Zip - 3.0M
Foxit PDF Reader - 6.6M
Flight Wizard - Flight Planning Software - 4.0M
K-Lite codec pak - 18.9M (ouch)
Windows Media Player runtime libraries - to play .WMV files
Notepad++ - 7.6M
Penmount Driver - 3.3M
499M Drive - 35.5M free
256M CF Card - 242M free (I may uninstall somethings and try to reinstall them on the CF card) I will go bigger here for more internal storage. Does anyone know the maximum size recognized in the CF slot??
4 GB - MicroSD to USB for storage (super slow transfers!!!)
I think I will image the drive once I get it set the way I want it then I can try Linux again without worry. But I gotta tell ya - if Linux were this easy everybody would be using it.
The link for the Zip file is: http://www.adrive.com/public/150d11bf53 ... 90e97.html
Let me know if the link is OK. This is the first time I have used it.
Thanks to all,