If the device you have is NOT an Intel made adapter, you are best off looking up the manufacture at a site like www. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums–revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Anyhow, got your message. These are what Intel’s chip-set drivers are. The “Add Comment” button is back, so perhaps you have the buttons to rate answers back too.
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For each answer, you should have the option to rate the answer as acceptable or reject. Anyway, I had searched everywhere and tried all available drivers. Still, if possible, identify who made the card and download the driver from them.
Back to Windows Forum 8 total posts Page 1 of 1. Intel does not provide “reference” drivers for it’s network interface chips.
While Intel publishes “reference” drivers for their motherboard chip-sets, they do not at least publicly offer “reference” drivers for their Ethernet Adapter chips. However, it didn’t work. They are the default or reference drivers for the chip-set. NT4 installs the driver by default, these chips are made by DEC historey and require the specific driver baxed that chip in any setup.
Using 21143-based NICs
Do not post advertisements, offensive material, profanity, or personal attacks. To what I could recall, Realtek driver was the one installed by default in the course of network setup installation.
Anyhow, got your message. You must be logged in to TR with the same user account that you asked the question from. I have tried the Intel web site but couldn’t find one for NT4. This 221143 is currently closed to new comments.
If the device you have is NOT an Intel made adapter, you are best off looking up the manufacture at a site like basex. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates. The “Add Comment” button is back, so perhaps you have the buttons to rate answers back too.
Intel Device Drivers
Since it looks like the chip came base after NT was released, the NT basedd set would not include a driver for it. On the other hand, if what you have is a third party Ethernet adapter, or an Ethernet adapter built into the motherboard or a laptop, you should look to the card or computer manufacture for a driver.
From there those features pop up. As to the driver, I must conclude that you have a third dce network adapter using the Intel chip. I believe ddec there are so many options involved in implementing the chip that a “reference” driver would be of very limited function. Create a new discussion If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem.
I think you’re right that the card may not have been made by Intel though the chip was. I have since taken the card out and moved it to another computer which did baeed have NT4 installed.
Yes, Intel made the Ethernet controller IC.
Re: DEC x based network card list
Looking over the data at Intel’s web site, the was designed for use on CardBus based mobile Ethernet adapters. If de asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to gased problem. Reset Post Submit Post. Try searching for a Realtek driver for theit should work with NT4.
I thank you Chas for your help. Please remember to be considerate of other members.