Windows users who are going to format their computer need not to worry about searching for hardware drivers anymore with DriverBackup! utility.
An easy to use utility, DriverBackup! searches for your hardware drivers in your windows operating system and let you select which of the drivers that you wished to archive, in order to be use later in new Windows installations.
Why DriversBackup!? because it is a pain in the ass to search for free hardware drivers,
Here is the Windows XP driver for Winbond USB WiFi dongle with PID/VID 0416:0035. This driver enables the device to be use under Ubuntu operating system with ndiswrapper.
You can download the driver here – Winbond USB WiFI IS89C35 Winxp Driver
I included this driver on my blog post because there are many websites out there offering bogus drivers for this device, which are very annoying when you need the to use the device in a hurry.
Here’s a video to my favorite game during my high-school days. It reach Malaysia in 1993-1994. The name of the game is UFO Defense: Enemy Unknown, published by Microprose.
It is a turn-based game, but unlike any typical turn-base game it includes elements of real-time action
The premise of this game is the aliens are invading Earth, and it is up to X-COM, an elite black-ops organization funded by UN to protect the planet from the Alien terror. The alien uses advance weaponry and genetic engineering to achieve their goals, while the humans with organized efforts from several countries would attempt to stop the invaders from succeeding in their plans.
More information about this game:
If you happen to download the Windows version, then you should also download the bugfix for a bug that caused video display garble error during the game start-up.
Download the bugfix here…
You can get the game from Amazon :
X-Com: UFO Defense or from some other shady places….