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unknown(?) ethernet card, "SAD 8852" from Nokia

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I have a 16bit-ISA ethernet card, "SAD 8852" from Nokia Data. The card wears these chips: "R80188 L1142034",
"D8274", ram chips. Has anybody drivers,
are there compatible cards, which ports does this card require?
What are the DIPs for?
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These are proprietary cards, and will only work with the same kind of networking equipment. No drivers exist for W95. And if i recall correctly, it isnt even an ethernet card.
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Where can I get more information? The card has an
bnc-output---
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I know it has a BNC output.. i also know that it isnt an ethernet. Why this insterest in getting a 1984 ( ithink that was the rollout date for those cards) card to work?
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because I have one... but one isn't enough it seems...
thank you
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