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Want a full NIC driver sample

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I want to get a full NIC driver sample and I know that all write a miniport driver for Windows NT.  However, from Windows NT 4.0 DDK document, I know that Windows 3.1 DDK has such a sample.  If there is any other avaible source o get a full NIC driver sample, please send me a copy.
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http://192.116.171.100/ne2000.zip
If you need more details just ask me.
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Thank you very much!
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Thank you very much!
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by:Harvey
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It isn't a full NIC driver sample!!
I can also get it from NT 4.0 DDK!
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Yes, this is a DDK's sample. Sorry for my mistake... bur why do you need a full NIC ?? Full NIC drivers doesn't support the NDIS4 features such as multiple packet receive indication/send etc. You can find the full NIC driver sample in the Win95 DDK.
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