On 05/03/02 15:04, "Peter Cameron" <pdwc_at_sympatico.ca> wrote:
> "eric a . Farris" <eafarris_at_bigfoot.com> wrote:
>> Bad News (at least for me). The card is good, the hub
>> is good, the cables are good
> Well, that's a few possible problems eliminated.
> You've selected ethertalk in preferences, I presume.
> Also, have you tried putting the ethernet card in the other PCMCIA slot? ...
> you never know!
Eric, do you get the dialog when you insert your Ethernet card? Do you make
sure that you check the "Use card for AppleTalk"? Do you have a specific
"Ethernet" setup in 'Internet Setup'? Do you have a card setting in this
setup? What does it say?
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