Common NetWare* Server Error Messages: Causes and Solutions
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Where can I get Windows* XP drivers for the PRO/100 EISA and PCI Adapters?
No Windows* XP drivers are available for the obsolete Intel® PRO/100 EISA or PCI adapters.
Where can I get Windows* 2000 drivers for the PRO/100 EISA and PCI Adapters?
A driver for the Intel® PRO/100 EISA Adapter is supplied with Windows* 2000. A beta driver is available for the original Intel® PRO/100 PCI adapter (PILA8465) in the archive 100AW2K.EXE.
Where Can I Get Windows* 98 Drivers?
A driver for the Intel® PRO/100 EISA Adapter is supplied with Windows* 98. The Windows 95 driver for the original Intel® PRO/100 PCI adapter (PILA8465) will not work properly in Windows 98. If you need to use your PRO/100 PCI adapter in Windows 98, follow the procedure below to install the real mode NDIS driver. If the adapter is already installed, skip to step two.
Note: When using a real mode driver, Windows 98 is not able to go into standby mode.
- Install the adapter in the computer using the drivers in this archive. If you do not have the last driver release (3.1) for the PRO/100 PCI adapter, download 100ADISK.EXE from support.intel.com and extract it to the hard drive on the target computer, or to a floppy diskette.
- Right click on "Network Neighborhood" and select the PRO/100 PCI adapter. Click "Properties". This brings up the adapter properties.
- On the "Driver Type" tab, select the button labeled "Real mode (16 bit) NDIS driver."
- Click OK to close this window, and OK to close the network properties.
- Reboot the computer.
Where can I get the 3.31 ODI spec driver for the PRO/100 EISA adapter?
Is the PRO/100 EISA adapter full-duplex capable?
No, it is half-duplex only.
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