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I have a 2851 cisco router running version 12.4 -system image c2800nm-ipbasek9-mz.124-12a.
I installed a HWIC-1fe=  Card . Ishut down the router first installed the card started the router.
The router doesnt see the card , this router is suppoesed to support the card . Am i running
the wrong software.
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The HWIC-1fe should be supported starting with Cisco IOS Release 12.4(11)XJ:
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Pugglewuggle earned 2000 total points
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The version of IOS you're running should be sufficient, but it wouldn't hurt to upgrade to the latest, 12.4(21).
One quick thing please take out the card and reinsert it (with power off, of course). I've had these things not seat correctly before. Just try that and see if it solves you problem.
Cheers!
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You probably have the wrong subversion.   Taking PuggleWuggle's advice, you can try switching slots too if reseating doesn't get it.
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Yes, do try reseating. Also, upgrade the IOS to the latest. :)
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Now that I have said to upgrade the OS twice, and you have said to ugrade the OS twice, I think he will get it!
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Lol :-P
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I will give it a try today but i have already reset the card and restarted twice, must be a software thing.
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Hmm... must be. Let me know!
Cheers!
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What version of the OS do you have in the router now?
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Umm, I'm not trying to be picky, but if updating the CIOS to the latest version was the solution, and that is what I recommended (and was first recommending that) why did someone else get credit for my answer?
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