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This device cannot start. (Code 10

Posted on 2006-07-18
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Hi to everybody, I have a pc with a Intel Pro/100 SR mobile card, I'm using windows 2000, this network card is not working, this card is fine because works in my laptop, I already installed the most recent drivers for this card. When I open the device manager the card has this error:

This device cannot start. (Code 10)

Any ideas ?. If you need more information about my system I will be happy to answer them in order to fix this. Thanks a lot for all your time. :D
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Question by:JorgeAlzaga
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by:Will Szymkowski
ID: 17132257
Hello there,

This might be what your looking for...
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/329184/

Hope this helps
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by:JorgeAlzaga
ID: 17132412
Hi Spec01, thanks a lot for your comment, I installed the Service pack as the document sais but it did not work, I still having the error in the device manager, any other ideas :D ?
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by:haim96
ID: 17132916
did you check hardware conflict ?
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by:JorgeAlzaga
ID: 17133757
Yes I did, I have no hardware conflicts or IRQ conflicts, the only sight of error is the message in the network adapter when I open the device manager.
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by:scrathcyboy
ID: 17135856
windows 2000 does not suppport a lot of mobile NICs.  You are using an outdated OS with a modern mobile NIC, and it is no wonder the OS cant assign the right interrrupts for it.  Use a different more "antiquated" NIC for 2000, it is after all, 7 years old now.
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rindi earned 500 total points
ID: 17136204
Make sure you have downloaded and installed all the newest drivers for your motherboard. Is this a PC card? Sometimes the PCCard subsystem of a pc might also be broken.
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by:JorgeAlzaga
ID: 17297438
Hi to everybody, well, actually the problem was the PCCard subsystem was broken, so I think I will find anoter option to connect this unit to my network, thanks to everybody for your ideas and time :D!
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