" This indicates that Win98SE is ok with ANY of the "versions"...
Actually, the webpage you cited above contains this text;
" Tech Support ... said that v2 and v4 "should" work with 98SE, but v1 will not. "
therefore the webpage you cited does not in fact indicate support for your
(It may well be that any version of the Linksys WUSB54G will work in Win98SE,
but other webpages I viewed previously (including the one you cited), taken in
total, simply didn't give a clear enough indication as to whether all versions of the
Linksys WUSB54G work in Win98SE - hence I choose to make no statement.)
You are correct that the Linksys WUSB54G requires specific drivers for each
specific version of the Linksys WUSB54G.
You are sadly more correct than you know to give warning of payment required
to download from website http://www.modem-help.co.uk/
(Briefly, that website's business model is to possibly require payment, not to
download drivers, but rather for the bandwidth used to download drivers.)
Unfortunately, a listing on that website of OS drivers for a device should never
be considered or cited as evidence that such OS drivers work, or even exist!
(As an example, we are aware from here;
regarding Win98 drivers for the Intel Pro 2200bg, as PROBLEMCHYLD put it,
"no matter how far you go back, there was never a driver for Win98."
Despite this, modem-help's owner continues listing alleged drivers for Win98
for the 2200bg on that website, without any reasonable basis for his belief that
they 'might' work, as discussed here;
on modem-help's forums.)
Therefore, regarding modem-help.co.uk , 'Caveat Emptor'.
Edited by buyerninety, 26 January 2014 - 03:21 PM.