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I search for parameters to forcing speed and duplex type
during unattended NT 4.0 installation for the
Intel Etherexpress Pro 100B network card.
Please write exact parameters for 10Mbps and half-duplex!
THANX
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I need the exact parameters to force 10Mbps and half duplex
during unattended installation, not general information.
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Isn't this a PCI card ? If so normally you would not have to specify any parameters during install.  How do you install it ? Does NT detect the card ?
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by:Koen
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I guess the card is defaulting to 100Mbps and you want it on 10 ? Have you looked in the oemsetup.inf file for a parameter concerning speed and duplex?
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gertjc earned 400 total points
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Zimmi,
install the NIC manualy on a machine.
Set al the params you need (10Mbit,half duplex,...)
Then look at
HKLM\system\currentcontrolset\services\[your-NIC]X\parameters

Here you'll find the names AND value for the unattend.txt file.
Gert.
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thanx
good luck
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