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I'm attempting to upgrade my Windows NT 4.0 Server PDC to Windows 2000.  The install informs me that it doesn't have the proper drivers for my NIC, so it asks for the driver disk (CNET PRO 200).  I put the disk in, but it's looking for a NETMAP.INF file, which it can't find on the disk.  It won't use the normal .INF files on the disk to install the driver.  How can I get around this?
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buy yourself another nic, man. cnet cards suck.
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but here's a link to a different sub-page of the link marko gave you.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/network/hh/network/503upgrade_7fjb.asp
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boooooo!

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May link is a chapter link!


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