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I have Turbo PCI Ethernet card of unknown vendor.
It works fine with Windows 95, but drivers for NT-4.0 were
actualy copied from NT-3.51 and crash system after loading.
  Card is NE2000 compatible, has ports 0xFCE0 and
IRQ 10/11.
  Driver Filename is RPCI.SYS

  Ask help for obtaining correct NT-4.0 drivers...
 
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If the card is NE2000 compatible, try installing the Novell NE2000 network driver.
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To Q: Card is RPTI E2000PCI has driver for Win95. NT3.51, NT4.0
 with SAME BINARY CODE (I wrote 3 my own NT drivers and 2 for Win95 and I know difference between NT & 95).

 I tried to use Microsoft NE2000 PCI driver, it uses only ports like 0x300, my card can use only 0xFCE0 port. Seems like driver
makes triple fault and reboot computer ?????????????????

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