Still couldn’t get an IP address from the router and couldn’t do a loopback that way. Return to General Old Hardware. This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. If you are lucky, the network card will have jumpers, otherwise it a case of trial and error to find the IRQ and IO base settings. In addition, it also does have a tendency to not even initialize properly under Windows in some cases whenever I make hardware changes to the system and NOT even touch the network card at all. Though, I do know that it detects it under Windows just fine.
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Can you try the Card and Tool in another PC.
Linksys LNE2000 – Ether16 Combo LAN Card
This site hosts no abandonware. You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post. Still can’t connect to the network. Last edited by Caluser on If so try half duplex or whatever the opposing current setting lqn. My 3C exhibits similar behavior in one of my ‘s if I ramp up the BUS Clock and the configuration tool will either not detect it or permanently damage the card. Did a little lah testing.
It appears that even though MPU on the SB16 is set at and is disabled, the Ether16 still complains and doesn’t initialize.
I Can’t help wondering if it could be a clock dependency of some sort – i. If I have the time and motivation to do so, I’ll test it in another machine. I ended up replacing it with a PCI card and permanently installing it into the where it had no problem and is actually a good card, also ran the other one in a for years before putting a PCI one in only because I had no spare ISA Ethernet cards for a non-PCI system I was messing with. Setting it manually to what I know is correct gives me a warning about changing resources but everything works suddenly I’m not familiar with that particular card but I’m guessing the driver disk has a setup program where you assign IRQ plus less important stuff like frame type, etc or try another PCI slot and hope plug and play assigns it another one.
Unfortunately, I couldn’t get very far to installing the utility software as it doesn’t detect the card, even in Windows and DOS with the packet driver successfully installed.
That’s not a good sign then that the card is not detected. Also do you have another card you can use? Linkdys, given it is an NE clone.
Unrelated but it’s probably a good time to mention there was a Winsock update for Windows 95 as well- http: Check you have the correct resources set Windows always gets my network cards IRQ wrong on a fresh install but if you believed windows everything efher16 fine.
Now the next problem is trying to get an IP address, which it won’t do.
Linksys Ether16 LAN Card Model Lne2000t
Is this the card? Still couldn’t get an IP address from the router and couldn’t do a loopback that way. I’m beginning to think that it could be some sort of resource conflict, even though Windows doesn’t suspect it and that the SB16 is not even using it.
In addition, it also does have a tendency to not even initialize properly under Windows in some cases whenever I make hardware changes to the system and NOT even touch the network card at all.
Or maybe, recove all other Cards lunksys dont need for Dos and try Setup again.
Linksys LNE – Ether16 Combo LAN Card Driver – TechSpot
Though just to be sure, I’ll see if I can try it on one of my systems another time. Looking for vintage computers and parts. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. And unfortunately, I don’t have a hub or a switch.
I’ve tried the stock drivers that came with Windows 95 and the drivers from online and different configurations. Board index All times are UTC. If you are lucky, the network card will have jumpers, otherwise it a case of trial and error to find the IRQ and IO base wther16.
Testing the loop back or trying another ISA slot is a good idea though. I was able to do a loopback with no problems at all.
This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. Just won’t freaking get an IP address from the router.