I ran into many problems trying to get that driver running on win98se with the WCF12. At one
point, I could not remove the dlink 650 device from the device manager list, as it would give
me a crash of rundll.exe even after a reboot. I finally managed to delete the device by
creating a new hardware profile. I started again, and got the device to the point where
I would get the low-high tone, and the device manager said the device was working
properly. I was confused as to why it said there were no drivers installed or needed.
It appears the link to that generic 815 utility program is invalid, but I found one on
another page ( http://www.zcomax.com/htm/PC-CFcards.htm
) which would not show
the card. Since I was unable to get the WFC12 to work as a regular WIFI card in
win98se, I decided not to persue the firmware upgrade.
I will wait until I can get around to building a linux kernel with proper (and firmware
download capable) hostap driver and utilities, and persue the LINUX-based
firmware upgrade procedure.
If anyone knows of anything that might fill in a missing piece on win98se, or better
yet has a suitable hostap.o and/or beta1 kernel that would work on the SL-6000
please post it!