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Need Win2K Driver for IBM Auto LANStreamer PCI Adapter

Posted on 2002-04-03
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Hi,

Win2K does not support this card, but I have heard that early beta releases of Win2K did have a driver for it.  If you have it, could you e-mail it to dmmoore@parker.com?

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by:jhance
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Any idea WHICH of the "early" W2K beta disks had this?  I'm sure I have most or eval all of them but searching without any idea would be very time consuming.

It would also really help to know the file names you need.
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This is what I got from an IBM support group...."The driver is on the Beta 3 but is not on RC1. I went back to the Beta 3 CD and created a floppy disk with the Streamer.SYS, stream.sys, streams.sys and netibms.inf. The hardest part was finding the .inf file which had the streamer install data."

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So do you have it or not?
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by:Loki
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I got that from an archived forum and there were no files given.  I don't have any of the earlier Win2K releses, so, I have nothing.
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by:frache
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did you try to find your driver here ?
http://www.ibm.com/support/

Can you give us IBM identification code ?
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by:Loki
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There is no help to be found on the IBM website.

Did I mention that Win2K does not support this card?  The ID is 04HB103.
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I understand this, but never the less, there is supposedly a driver out there somewhere that was released in a beta release of Win2K that supports this card.  I'm just asking on the off chance that someone has it.  I don't expect to be able to find it on the Internet, since I've allready spent hours scouring it for this driver with no luck.
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