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looking for jumper settings for en-3360 v2.2a isa network card.
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I will send them this evening to you
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by:rmarotta
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No need for e-mail.
Just go here to get them:

http://www.invisiblesoft.com/manual_hardware.html

Let me know if it helps.
Regards,
Ralph
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I see you're new here, (and just gave away all the free points you just got) but wouldn't you think it courteous to at least acknowledge experts who try to assist you here?

Any comments?

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This was a PAQ that ijak found somehow in EE (is this searche engine working finally ?) and send a email to me directly.
I must say the information in your url was much more extensive that what i did send him.

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by:rmarotta
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Did you browse the site?
It seems a shame to waste a good system doesn't it?
Ralph
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