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Old 26th June 2004, 08:29 PM
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PCMCIA Network Card

Hei,

I have installed FC 2 on an Medion Laptop Celeron 300 MHZ, 128 Ram and it worked well.
Then i bought an PCMCIA Netwok cort and put it inn an it worked, and i came into the Internet via DSL very fine.

But: Next Day FC2 didnt will aktivate the 3Com Model 3CCE589EC Network cort. I didnt work the network.

So i did an full ny install of FC2. The Netwok Cort was found under install, but can not be aktivatet.

Under Knoppix 3.3 works the Cort very fine.

Where can be the problem ??


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Old 27th June 2004, 10:10 PM
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hilfe

Wer kan mir mit der Netzwerkkarte helfen ?

Sonst mache ich doch eine Knoppix HD- install.
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