Mailing List Archived Message #1311

From: "Lewis G Rosenthal" <> Full Headers
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Subject: (3) Intel Pro/Wireless 2200BG 802.11b/g Mini-PCI cards available
Date: Sun, 10 Sep 2006 22:17:00 -0400
To: OS/2 Wireless Users <>

I needed to pick up a card for a client, so I bought four. Ergo, I have three extras available if anyone would like one (or two or three). For the lot of four, including shipping, I paid $55.32, which means that each card ended up costing me $13.83. So, that's the price, plus applicable shipping (no additional handling; whatever these cost me plus whatever the shipping cost is to you, is the final price).

Anyone interested? Be sure to scan the list for references to the dreaded 1802 error on ThinkPads, and have a quick glance at for some more info. Also, you'll need to have a Wi-Fi ready notebook in order to make use of a Mini-PCI card, i.e., your notebook must have antenna leads which terminate in the mPCI bay, and you must not have another mPCI card already mounted in there (obviously).

I believe these cards to be pulls (one of them bears an "HP spares" sticker, another is un-OEM-branded - simply Intel - and the other two are Toshiba OEM units), but I will test them here before shipping, just to make sure. They all bear manufacture dates between May and September, 2005.

Yes, the 2200 chipset is supported by the latest GenMAC beta (1.7, or 1.07, depending upon how you read the versioning of GenMAC).

I'm currently out of Cisco 350's, and the Cisco mPCI cards I have are *not* (yet) supported by GenMAC. That said, if there is sufficient demand for more Cisco 350 PCMCIA cards, I'll do my best to scare up another batch from somewhere. :-)


Lewis G Rosenthal, CNA, CLP, CLE
Rosenthal & Rosenthal, LLC
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