Re: finding identity of network card, thus driver

Re: finding identity of network card, thus driver


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Posted by john nj on August 21, 2000 at 02:15:09:

In Reply to: Re: finding identity of network card, thus driver posted by sunnyrox on August 09, 2000 at 14:14:01:

: : Go to www.windrivers.com, look at TechSupport/Identify Hardware
: : and type in your FCC ID No!

: : Regards
: : HolyHen, Germany

: :
: : : I've been given a network card with twisted pair and the older cable connectors, the chip manufacteurs are:YCL dc-101,YCL9801,FB2022, MYSON MTD492N 9749ER,
: : : ITS complaince number is FCC ID :KA20PC3200 CISPR classb
: : : Its individual serial number is SZ283Q2936

: : : It has a chip with the number 004005-67768F
: : : ITS model number is SN3200CT
: : : it has the words printed on the circuit board 8EAPCI...0BI

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: Illinois ->
: Uhm, doing same shit lookin for this driver. looks like its a DLINK well im gonna go look bastards : ) peace
: : : it is boot rom capable, with no boot chip

: : :
: : : Can someone help me find the manufacturer and hence driver for this network card......regards Aaron Australia




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