Networking Connectivity
Intel® PRO/100 PCI and EISA Adapters
Last Known Issues

Common NetWare* Server Error Messages: Causes and Solutions
See the Common NetWare* Server Error Messages: Causes and Solutions for detailed error message information.

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.

  1. 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.
  2. Right click on "Network Neighborhood" and select the PRO/100 PCI adapter. Click "Properties". This brings up the adapter properties.
  3. 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.
  4. Reboot the computer.
Note: When using a real mode driver, Windows 98 is not able to go into standby mode.

Where can I get the 3.31 ODI spec driver for the PRO/100 EISA adapter?
Download 100ALAN.EXE.

Is the PRO/100 EISA adapter full-duplex capable?
No, it is half-duplex only.

This applies to:

Intel® PRO/100 PCI and EISA Adapters



Solution ID: CS-016083
Last Modified: 10-Oct-2011
Date Created: 05-Oct-2004
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