I recently bought an Apple USB 2.0 Ethernet Adaptor to use on my Beige G3 running 10.4.11 to overcome it's meager 10mbps port. Nothing happened after plugging it in and it did not exist in Network Preferences. Well, after searching the web I found out it used an ASIX AX88772A chipset. "Great!" I thought, "I'll just download drivers from ASIX." Well, that didn't work either as the .pkg required 10.5.x. So after searching for a bit and landing on some sketchy sites I finally found an older installer for 10.4.x. After rebooting and plugging in the adaptor Network Prefs. found a new device and I was able to configure it. So, my present to you guys is the installer so you don't have to waste time searching for it. It's a good way to add 10/100 Ethernet to your older Mac without sacrificing a PCI slot (Mine are fully populated with an Adaptec 133 IDE controller, Sonnet Tango 2.0, and a Radeon 7000).