But that one also doesn’t work. I’m using a standard cat5 cable that I know to work used it before earlier today on a different machine. Maybe I could use 98lite, if that’s still available somewhere It would not work. You also know what handles it better? This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA.
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It’s an RTLC card. Just a thought, the driver says Fast Ethernet, but your diagnostic program says 10mbps. You also know what handles it better?
Anybody know what might be up with this? I was wondering if you could help me. Then i installed win95, no win95 drivers rexltek for my as.
I was able to set it to 10mbit half duplex but that didn’t seem to have any effect. I’m using a standard cat5 cable that Realtek 8139 dos know to work used it before earlier today on a different machine. For RTL cards it’s noteworthy to realtek 8139 dos that the default drivers that come with windows are buggy in this way that data corruption can occur.
There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. Do you remember where you downloaded the driver? I’m somewhat puzzled by my network card, which just doesn’t want to install under Windows WinNT and derivatives handle it better.
This site hosts no abandonware. I have the same network card, working in DOS at Mb full-duplex using these drivers.
RealTek RTL driver – RealTek Network Drivers – RTLzip
I found the drivers online from Realteksince I don’t have an install CD myself. Perhaps you need a different driver? So it might be some resource conflict, but Windows realtek 8139 dos to say it isn’t.
Paint Shop Pro 3. Yeah, networking is apparently always difficult. But when I installed the drivers in Windows 95, it realtek 8139 dos wouldn’t work at all: But that one also doesn’t work. Maybe I could use 98lite, if that’s still available somewhere So better install the current realtek drivers.
RealTek RTL8139 Network Driver
I ended up digging up a RTLas from another machine and found a driver that worked with it in windows 3. Does it work with a LiveCD?
Return to General Old Hardware. It didn’t work when running the same program inside Win95 though. This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. Realtek 8139 dos really a pain to get those NICs reatlek work under old windows. It would be kind of nice, realtek 8139 dos as an alternative for if I can’t get this to work, if anyone could tell me the name of an ethernet card that works out of the box in Windows It’s probably just a dead card, though.
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I ran the diagnostics program in pure DOS mode and realtek 8139 dos seemed to work. It would not work. I ended up trying the same driver i used for win 3. Something that I could buy via eBay or something.