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Drivers needed for IBM NIC

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I am having trouble finiding a driver for an IBM Ether Jet PCI Adapter with Wake on LAN Card Assm P/N 30L5760 FRU 30L5929.  I've tried different driver sites and IBM's site, but no luck.  Any ideas?

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No-Logic earned 200 total points
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Have you been to this page?

http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=0&uid=psg1MIGR-4R3GWK&loc=en_AU

Should cover everything you need.

Best of Luck.
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by:gothicbloody
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try this one
IBM Driver : http://list.driverguide.com/list/company475/index.html

website need user name and password :
user : DRIVER
pass : ALL
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