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PCMCIA e Extensa

I'have an Extensa 600 with an controller TI1130 in Win95a, and with Phoenix card manager 4.00.01 (the computer needs this software for using PCMCIA cards. In fact, it assigns TI1130 as controller of PCMCIA sockets). Some card, for exemple the Netsurfer of NewMedia don't work.....(I have got code 10 on device manager). I have contacted Texas Instruments and NewMedia, but they don't know how to resolve the problem .
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Previously, on Extensa's I've had problems with I have done the following:First rem out all lines in Config.sys that have to do with the pcmcia card/controller.  Next, remove all PCMCIA devices from Device Manager.Next, shutdown and restart your computer.  Win95 should start detecting PCMCIA objects, starting with a controller. (Do not insert any cards yet).  Once the computer is booted and the pcmcia controller is recognized, insert 1 of the cards. If the card is not immediately detected, restart the computer.  Do this until all cards are installed.If your controller is not recognized after you remove everything and reboot, get the driver disk for it and use the Add new hardware feature in control panel.  Tell it to not look for new hardware, but to specify it.  Then tell it 'have disk' and use the disk for the controller.  Do the same for any pcmcia card that is not recognized.
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