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#21693 4-May-2008 12:25
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I recently found an old card i think its a network card of some sort
can anyone help me identify this card and get some drivers for it?
It was in a Hewlett-Packard Vectra VE 6 / 333 SERIES 8 DT but I doubt it is stock

Pictures are here http://sv10.webs.com/card/

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#128375 4-May-2008 12:29
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Not everyone is on MySpace - can you host this somewhere else where there isn't the need to login to see the pictures?




 

 

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  #128378 4-May-2008 12:35
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Plus your 'myspace' profile is private have to add you as a friend first before I can view the said pictures

 
 
 
 


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  #128382 4-May-2008 13:02
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i had hoped that everyone could veiw them and i was pretty sure my profile wasnt private but oh well they are here now:

http://freewebs.com/sv10/card/

in a couple of minutes

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  #128385 4-May-2008 13:14
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Geez that's old, can't make out if it was an old network card or was it a coax? may be someone else can shed some light

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#128386 4-May-2008 13:16
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Either a NE1000 or NE2000?




 

 

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  #128387 4-May-2008 13:52
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That is old - ISA slot contacts, 1988...

This is a network card, and it sure looks like this NE1000 card.




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  #128391 4-May-2008 14:17
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  • What motherboard do you plan to use this on?
  • What OS will you be using?
  • Do you realise that this is a supremely old card?
  • Do you know it cant use a modern standard ethernet cable?
  • Do you realise that new cards are stupidly cheap? (Modern PCI from $1 (1) reserve or $15 buynow with warranty (2))

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#128422 4-May-2008 16:18
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Its a Novell/Anthem NE1000
win98 just installed it without any help (never done that before)
yeah i know its old and pretty much useless but i just wanted to see if it goes.
cheers for the help

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#128455 4-May-2008 19:26
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So I get the prize for being the first one to say NE1000.

Wait a minute, what's the prize?




 

 

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  #128485 4-May-2008 22:01
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does anyone know what the jumpers on the card do?

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  #128487 4-May-2008 22:03
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A quick Google search, and a Internet Archive whiz into the past turned up this:

http://web.archive.org/web/20070806041955rn_1/pluto.pslib.cz/kerslage/manuals/ne1000.html

EDIT: Seems like the server is online: http://pluto.pslib.cz/kerslage/manuals/ne1000.html

EDIT 2: There's another one with slightly more friendliness: http://www.wi-inf.uni-essen.de/~schwarze/nt/karten/net41.html




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