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Nic driver for Linksys 10/100 card for Win 2003 server

Posted on 2003-11-25
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Hello,

I have an eval copy of Windows 2003 server enterprise edition that I would like to run on a home PC for awhile to get the hang of it. The Windows software installs just fine on my home PC but I can't seem to find a suitable NIC driver for it anywhere. I have a Linksys fast ethernet
10/100 version 2 card. Any ideas?
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Did you try using the Windows XP or 2000 driver for your network card?
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