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Problems loading network drivers

By irwinr ·
I am working with Windows for Work Groups 3.11 and am trying to load network support using Kingston driver KNE120TX and TCP/IP. My computer is not reconizing the hardware and when I boot my computer it gives "Serious internal error" when loading DOS. I have reloaded software several times, including the operating system, the drivers and TCP/IP. I Have even tried a different machine. Any suggestions. When I remove network support, the error is gone.

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Problems loading network drivers

by irwinr In reply to Problems loading network ...

I am currently using a pentium 166 and have also tried 3 different NIC cards.

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by zlitocook In reply to Problems loading network ...

Have you tried a diffrent nic card in the same computer? The card itself could be bad. Win 3 any thing wont plug and play, you have to tell it there is a new device. Try down loading a new driver the one you are using could be bad. That version of windows may not support that card. Did you try assinging the irq ect from the cmos? before it boots to windows?

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