Unable to negotiate 100 Mbps connection.
The memory exclusion in the CONFIG.SYS leaves only enough memory for the driver to load and operate at only 10 Mbps.
Resolve the memory allocation problem as follows:
1. Open CONFIG.SYS and change the EMM386 line to read as follows:
Save and close CONFIG.SYS file.
2. Open SYSTEM.INI and add the following line to the [386Enh] section:
3. Make sure no other EMMExclude statements are present in SYSTEM.INI. Save and close this file.
4. Remove the adapter from the Device Manager.
a) Open the Control Panel and double-click the System icon.
b) Select the Device Manager tab.
c) Under Network Adapters, choose the Xircom adapter and click Remove.
5. In the Device Manager under PCMCIA socket, select the PCIC or Compatible PCMCIA controller and click Remove. Click OK to close the System Properties window.
6. Open Windows Explorer. Click View and select Options from the menu. Select the Show All Files option, and click Apply, then OK.
7. From the \WINDOWS\INF folder, delete the following files:
8. Physically remove the adapter from the PCMCIA slot.
9. Restart the computer.
10. When Windows* appears, open the Control Panel and double-click the PC Card icon. Verify that the PC Card Properties window indicates Empty Socket 1, Empty Socket 2, etc. If the PC Card Wizard appears, accept the default answer No to each question by clicking Next. Then click Finish and
choose Yes to reboot the computer.
11. Hot insert the adapter; it should configure to the following resources:
Input/Output Address 0110
Memory Range #1 000D1000
Memory Range #2 000D2000
You can check these resources by selecting the adapter entry in the Network Adapters section of the Device Manager and clicking Properties. Resources are displayed on the Resources tab. The adapter should now auto-sense the LineSpeed correctly.
Microsoft Windows* 95 OSR2, Toshiba Satellite* Pro 440CDT, Xircom® CE3.SYS driver version 1.65.03, Toshiba* BIOS version 6.90, PCIC or Compatible PCMCIA controller, No docking station
This applies to: