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driver for an ethernet card

Hello

im looking for a driver for an ethernet card i have

on the card there's a chip that has this written on it:
MPX
EN5038A
06381T1 027D

and another component that says
GTS
FC-515LS
         2K18Y

im looking for a driver for win98se
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MicrotechCommented:
Hi socket9001,
http://members.driverguide.com/driver/detail.php?driverid=29584 the file is action.zip,


Hope This helps
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MicrotechCommented:
the username is drivers password is all if it asks
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MoskjisCommented:
Hi socket9001,

When you are booting your computer you can see vendor/device number for all of your devices, write down numbers for net adapter (or thomething like that) and put it here.

Cheers!
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MoskjisCommented:
Hi Microtech,

I'm late :)


Cheers!
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MicrotechCommented:
http://www.network-drivers.com/companies/12.htm if the first link is not working for you...

;o) hi moskjis
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MicrotechCommented:
if that fails also you can contact them directly at http://datasheet.accton.com.tw/EN/main4/online_drv.asp
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socket9001Author Commented:
i've tried them all :)
even before i asked the question
win98 wont install those drivers.....
when it detects the device and pops the 'add new hardware' dialog box i lets it serach for drivers and when it doesnt find any and ask for driver
i give it the path for the directory with the driver
it says it doesnt find a driver....

if  choose in the 'add new hardware' dialog box to do it the manual way,  select  network adapter and direct it to the driver, it almost works, it finds the driver  but then i get an error message that the installation failed with error code 1F6

any suggestions ?
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MoskjisCommented:
Hi socket9001,

try this:

http://www.linksys.com/support/support.asp?spid=56


This can be wrong, of course :)
Cheers!
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MoskjisCommented:
Hi socket9001,

P.S. Do you have your vendor/device numbers? (look above) Post it here.


Cheers!
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MoskjisCommented:
Hi socket9001,

Eh, look at this:
http://www.freelists.org/archives/pctechtalk/06-2002/msg00504.html

If it is true, your card is dead.

This can be wrong, of course :)
Cheers!
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Hammadian2Commented:
select choose from a list
goto Realtek

try them one by one

one should work for sure
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eccs19Commented:
This utility should help you identify the card and get the correct drivers.

Good Luck!

http://www.lavalys.com/products/download.php?pid=1&lang=en&pageid=3
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aviranCommented:
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DVation191Commented:
if the driver is not certified by microsoft, it very well may skip right over the file...
you may want to try forcing windows by telling it what drive to install instead of trying to let windows do it automatically. i would try the drive from the manufacturers website above.
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DoTheDEW335Commented:
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DoTheDEW335Commented:
or this:

http://www.acctontech.com/drivers/EN1207F.zip

try the EN1207DTXv133.zip 1st
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radonixCommented:
That network card probably uses a realtek chipset, the card is manufactured by MPX an Australian company that was bought out by belkin. Best suggestion is to find out what the chip is, it should be written on the card once you find out the chipset just search for the realtek drivers for the card.
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