> >I need to network to my old computer wirelessly (Win95 PC). The
> >problem is that the machine has only ISA slots. I did a quick search
> >of both Netgear and Linksys. They seem to only have PCI adaptors. I
> >don't want to get rid of the old computer because 1) It's good enough
> >to serve the purpose of surfing the web (by sharing the broad band
> >connection). 2) It has some files that I want to keep (or need to be
> >transfered which requires networking anyway).
> >I'd appreciate any suggestion/recommendation.
> If it's worth about $100 to keep it going, get a WET11:
> (you will probably have to shop around a little for that price)
> You connect your existing ethernet device to this little box, and it will
> bridge the traffic onto your WAN.
How old is this computer that it doesn't have any PCI slots? 486? In my
experience, all Pentium systems, and even some later 486's, had PCI
slots. For $100 you could could probably pick up an early PII on eBay.
Transferring the data is easy. Just plug the old hard drive into it and
drag and drop in Windows.