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So, I ordered a GIGABYTE GN-WI06N from Oxfordtec but they shipped me a SparkLAN WPEA-124N.

Anyway I see many modded drivers here and I've tried the ones on the sparklan website but ALL the ones I tried I was getting an error. "Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware. The driver may be corrupted or missing. (Code 39)"

The only drivers I was able to install was these ones here: http://www.atheros.cz/download.php?atheros=AR5008X&system=2

I would love to install some modded drivers...

Am I doing something wrong?

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Ah the infamous 124N, yes this card is an OEM card with no SW or instructions.

SparkLAN do have drivers but quite old now.

What OS are you using ? or trying to install to ?

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sorry, I mistakenly deleted part of my post. I installed in a windows pro xp x64 sp3.

I'm aware of the ancient drivers of sparklan. I tried several drivers. only the one I pointed in the link were successful. Then I tried to install commview (which requires to install their own drivers http://www.tamos.com/products/commwifi/adapterlist.php ) and it was giving me the same error. I tried several versions and I finally got it to work.

I really don't known why I'm having that error trying to install moded drivers. It really doesn't make much sense.

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The only OS I never tested was XP x64, but it should work as it's not really any different than 32bit XP (only file name difference)

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