Re: Genius Lan

Re: Genius Lan

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Posted by Krainer Gerald on May 07, 2000 at 09:29:54:

In Reply to: Re: Genius Lan posted by Glenn Winchester on October 31, 1999 at 08:10:13:

: : do somebody have some help about Genius Lan(k1304045)
: : chipset netword cards, jumper settins and drivers and
: : compatibli list or something. send answer to
: :

: The card you have is a GE2000III and you should be able to get a driver at the Genius site - Put the card in your machine and let windows give it an address in add new hardware on the control panel. When it says to select a card don't let it find the card automatically install it yourself and select have disk and use the driver you get from the Genius site. Windows will allocate an IRQ and I/O address. When you get these you can then set up the card to match. The IRQ's most often free are 12 (which is JP1 X and JP2 XXO) and 9 (which is JP1 X and JP2 XXO). I/O address 280H is usually free which is OOXX. If you need any other settings e-mail me. - hope this helps.

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