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Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4
5.00.2157.1 (1999-10-19) via .inf
This driver is actually the same as the one on the windows2000 cd, which works with my ne2000 compatible ISA card in windowsXP (nice of MS to remove support altogether, wasn't it?). Unzip both files to a folder, then use add hardware/manually/network adapters/have disk & point it at the inf file.
dyl (DG Member) on 15-Sep-2001
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The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|ne2000.sys||16.0 KB||14 Sep 2001|
|netnovel.inf||18.5 KB||19 Oct 1999|
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