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NE2000 ISA PNP NOT RECONIZED BY RH 5.0

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I have a NE2000 Compatible NIC, it does not get reconzied someone told me I have to run pnpdump when I run it it only gives a list of all pnp cards in my computer but nothing happends.......what am I doing wrong?
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after dumping the info, you have to edit the file.. and reload it to your adapters on every bootup with isapnp .. The easiest way is to use a DOS boot floppy, use the disk that came with your network card, and disable PnP.
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is the name of the file I have to edit called isapnp.conf?


Thanks in advance
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its calledwhatever you told the dump program to name it to. but that seems reasonable.. But i guarantee you that disabling pnp on the NIC is the fastest way to go, and also saves you having to load he networking as modules.
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its calledwhatever you told the dump program to name it to. but that seems reasonable.. But i guarantee you that disabling pnp on the NIC is the fastest way to go, and also saves you having to load he networking as modules.
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