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Forum: PCMCIA Network Adapter Issues
Re: Question LANPRO Realtek 8139 B/C supported? (Gabriele Paciucci)
Date: 2000, Jun 28
From: Gregor Suhr gregorsuhr

Hi,
i bought a new noname (Synergy-21 S21811 10/100) PCMCIA Network adapter, so i'm not sure if has a RealTek (the importer said so. ?). I looked up the MAC manufacturer ID (00 48 54 ...) and found an entry for a 21143 Tupip card, but the tulip drivers dont work.
The PCMCIA driver also returns a "0xffff, 0c1090" as manf_id, is that normal (0xffff) ??

My last in info is now that it should be an card produced RealTek.

May someone help me ??


Gregor Suhr

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1. None I'd go ahead and try it out by David Hinds, 2000, Jul 06

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