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Dear all,

  I encounter the following error:
When i run this command: /etc/rc.d/ined.d/pcmcia start i get this error,
"Bad bridge mapping at 0x00001000!
not found.
/liib/modules/2.2.16-22/pcmcia/i82365.o: init module: Device or resource
busy
Hint: insmod error can be caused by incorrect module parameters, includ IO
or IRQ parameters
ds: no socket driver loaded!

May you teach me how to solve it?Thank you very much!

My OS is RedHat 7.0 which is installed on my IBM thinkpad 600, The network card is an 3com
Megahertz with Xjack 3CXFE575CT-AP



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As no one reply me this question.Thanks!
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30 points have been refunded and moved this question at zero points to PAQ rather than deleting it so you can see the outcome of this question.  This correlates to your Community Support request, wherein I am researching your profile disparity.

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