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Creating Boot Disk for laptop with PCMCI

By mark-it ·
I want to create a DOS boot disk for my Armada laptop that has CardWorks PCMCIA controller manager with a Megahertz XJEM3336 LAN/Modem card. I can't seem to get the card service enabled and therefore I can't get the network services started.

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by -Q-240248 In reply to Creating Boot Disk for la ...

-Load the DOS socket services device drivers (mostly in the config.sys) that came with the PC Card

-Then load the DOS NDIS drivers.

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by DrYuriy In reply to Creating Boot Disk for la ...

Try this link. It didn't help yet for my 3Com but if you'll get it to work let me know! http://www.bovistech.com/disks.htm

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by mark-it In reply to Creating Boot Disk for la ...

I got my help little by little from a number of sources, one being 3COM. Thanks to everyone for some good ideas and even those that were not so good for what I needed to do.

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