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How to create a boot disk that allows me to boot into network using PCMCIA card from DOS only

My email is hajdinuka@franklinandrews.com
PCMCIA cards that I use are Xircom, GoldCard and 3Com.
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it is posible i have done it but it took me a long time to work it out
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I just had a look and i have a disk to do that if you give me an email address i will send it to you
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Which card are you currently using?

I have already made DOS network bootdisks for all the 3com PCMCIA cards that connect via TCP/IP. I have a few other ones that I have for other brands too.

Craig
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I sent you a copy of the disk I used as a model for Dos network connectivety via PCMCIA cards.

Let me know if it helps,
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Thanks for the disk it very, very useful.
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