ISA network card trouble...conquered!

Jeff LaCoursiere jeff at
Fri Aug 30 12:04:04 BST 2002

Hopefully getting multiple ISA cards functioning in antiquated hardware is
on the decline :)  Amazing what you can do with old 386/486 boxen though.


On Fri, 30 Aug 2002, Andrew Hodgson wrote:

> Hi,
> Just a note to let you know (as if you care) that I managed to sort out my
> problem (second network card not recognised at boot) by booting a Win98
> startup disk and using the utility provided by Intel (Softset2). This
> utility showed me that both cards were on the same IRQ (5), so I just
> changed ex1 to 3, and now it's recognised.
> Apologies for posting this if it's inappropriate, maybe someone out there
> can gain from my experience!
> Now I can try and set up this firewall....has anyone done this on
> blueyonder? Any issues?
> Regards,
> Andrew.
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