Re: DRIVER NEEDED: TP-LINK 10/100m (Windows XP Professional) [PCI / ISA]
10/100m is not a model number, it's a speed rating for a network card. That description is too vague to help you.
If you are unable to properly identify your hardware, open Device Manager, find and double-click the network adapter (it may be listed under "Unknown Devices" or "Other Devices" if no driver has been installed), click the Details tab, select "hardware id" and give me the hardware id string that begins with "PCI\VEN", (1st./top line of text only).
A request should always include the computer/motherboard brand and model as well as a clear description of the device you need a driver for.