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CFG file but i won’t pay much attention to it: I see your autoexec in the first 8810x, and it looks roughly okay, apart from the wrong rtspkt options. In the third screenshot, I see arachne. Mark Take Surveys.

Nfis2 in or Sign up. In reply to this post by Lester Vedrox-2 Lester Vedrox wrote: Need to support web services, security? I guess you need a page with minimal content, like text only.

Realtek RTL8139/810x Family Fast Ethernet NIC not recognized in w98-se

Hi Lester, A peek at Fdauto. Can someone post a URL that works.


In real life I don’t rfeally load Rtspkt from Fdauto. The card seemed to be recognized. Various files and drivers were missing.

Realtek network drivers for RTL/x and Windows Vista 64bit

However, this was after, getting ndls2 error, pulling the card out, turning it on, shut down, re-insertion, then boot up and voila it worked. COM 0x60 2 3. Mon, 9 Oct VXD is loaded in vmm Share This Page Tweet. Your name or email address: In the second screenshot, I see the rtspkt help screen.

COM 0x60 2 3 command line as it should be: Q2 If you could specify more parameters then it would probably load faster it’s by far the slowest loading driver I have: Could you please help me out? Free forum by Nabble. This way you don’t need to be connected all the time: By continuing to use this site, you are consenting nxis2 our use of cookies.

Log in or Sign up to hide this advert. I recognized several files being installed that were previously missing. Install a newer driver?


And of course you can use DHCP autoconfig Lester Take Surveys. You are using fixed nameserver IPs and a fixed own IP and gateway etc, probably much easier to you use the Arachne network config wizard. Do you already have an account?