Re: Driver For A NIC with no name

Re: Driver For A NIC with no name

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Posted by Robert on July 15, 2001 at 06:20:22:

In Reply to: Driver For A NIC with no name posted by Shannon Hamby on June 27, 2000 at 13:26:23:

Hi, buddy,

The chipset you saw on your NIC board wasn't the key-component for the NIC, Taimic is only doing the Transceiver for PHY not even a MAC, you are looking for the driver of MX chipset, and it was made by Macronix Taiwan, you can find it on the below link....



: I have a NIC sitting in my office and it has no name.
: On the board it has a TAIMIC HSIP-002 chip, a MCO-1510A 25.000Mhz Chip, and a MX semiconductor. It is made in China and complies with FCC Class A, but has no FCC ID on it. It also has a part number of 18-0B-P120. The board has 2 green lights one for link and the other for account. It is a 10/100 card or that is what windows 98se tells me. If someone out there has any clue please help.

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