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By wcr ·
I just got hold of a machine with a NIC labeled as a PRO110B PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter. Who makes this thing? I need to get drivers for it.

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by shmaltz In reply to NIC Identification

get rid of it buy a new one its only $35.00

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by wcr In reply to NIC Identification

This does not tell me what it is.

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by tbradley In reply to NIC Identification

The card is an intel. Use the url below to obtain the correct driver.

http://support.intel.com/support/network/adapter/pro100/21397.htm

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by wcr In reply to NIC Identification

This is a PRO110(B), not PRO100
I'm sure it is not an intel card. Any other ideas?

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by adeshpcs In reply to NIC Identification

Intel is the manufacturer. Visit their Web Site at www.intel.com for updated drivers.

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by wcr In reply to NIC Identification

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by hwold In reply to NIC Identification

I've found very little on the net about this card, but my guess is its an ASIX 88140 based NIC (e.g. CNet Pro110B). The web site is http://www.asix.com.tw. If you go to the drivers page, there are drivers for a AX8814X board. Check that out.

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by wcr In reply to NIC Identification

Thanks..this is the one. I got the drivers and they work.

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