Kernel.org: 5.2.2
sid (unstable): 4.19.37-6
buster (testing): 4.19.37-5+deb10u1
stretch (stable): 4.9.168-1+deb9u4
jessie (oldstable): 3.16.68-2

Debian GNU/Linux device driver check & report

DELL: Latitude LS (laptop, produced 2000-1)

PCI IDWorks?VendorDeviceDriverKernel
80867190YesIntel Corporation440BX/ZX/DX - 82443BX/ZX/DX Host bridgeagpgart
80867191YesIntel Corporation440BX/ZX/DX - 82443BX/ZX/DX AGP bridgeagpgart
80867110YesIntel Corporation82371AB/EB/MB PIIX4 ISAignore
80867111YesIntel Corporation82371AB/EB/MB PIIX4 IDEata_piixv2.6.25-
80867112YesIntel Corporation82371AB/EB/MB PIIX4 USBusb-uhci,uhci-hcd
80867113YesIntel Corporation82371AB/EB/MB PIIX4 ACPIi2c-piix4v2.6.25-
104cac1eYesTexas InstrumentsPCI1211yenta_socketv2.6.25-
10b79200Yes3Com Corporation3c905C-TX/TX-M [Tornado]3c59xv2.6.25-
11c10448Agere SystemsWinModem 56k
10c80005YesNeomagic CorporationNM2200 [MagicGraph 256AV]neofbv2.6.25-
10c88005YesNeomagic CorporationNM2200 [MagicMedia 256AV Audio]snd-nm256v2.6.25-
168c001aYesAtheros Communications Inc.AR2413 802.11bg NICath5kv2.6.25-

The 168c001a is a b/g WLAN pccard branded "TP-Link TL-WN510G" sold in China, and works well with madwifi driver.
The 10c88005 (sound card) is a pain: ALSA drivers will freeze the machine on 3 out 4 system boots; and OSS drivers will freeze when trying to record (but given the sound quality, you'd hardly want to do that anyway)