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Etherlink III 3C589D in Windows NT4.0

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I have tried to install an Etherlink III 3c589D LAN PC CARD PCMCIA in a Portable COmputer running Windows NT 4.0 with Service Pack 3 installed.
Are there not compatible?
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by:chema
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This question is duplicated.
The original question is pending to grade until I can test it.
Thanks.
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If you want Nt4 to autodetect the 3Com 3C589D then send me an email grahamd@kodak.com or supply further info.
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