pnpdump and ISA 3c515 "corkscrew" board
Hi, I have an ACHME 486 DX 2-66 Motherboard. I have replaced the HP network card with a 3Com 3c515 Corkscrew network card.
The 3c515 card is plug and play and I have not had any success so far in getting it working with my linux kernel. The kernel has the drivers for the card compiled in and upon booting says that 0 3C515 cards were found.
I have made use of isapnptools but running "pnpdump" says no boards found.
I was wondering if I am missing a step needed in order to get the 3c515 card seen by the kernel ?
(Info on 3c515 driver http://www.phy.duke.edu/~rgb/brahma/...ers/3c515.html)
If pnpdump doesn't see the board, it's not responding to PnP probes. That's not a driver problem, but a problem with the card or the motherboard. Try re-seating the card and check for excessive dust buildup inside the slot.
I know the 3c509 can be configured to operate in non-PnP mode with hardcoded I/O port, IRQ and DMA settings. I don't know if that's also the case with the 3c515, but if it is, you may need to use the 3Com diagnostic/configuration tool (an MS-DOS application) to view/change the settings.
ok, will bootup into DOS and use the 3c5x9x configuration disk, and see what happens...
Hello there.... It is not a plug and play computer but the instructions say I can manually set the card from DOS (using the EtherDisk). I have removed all the other ISA cards from the machine....
I tried booting up in DOS and using the 3c515 EtherDisk disk.
I get the following message when I try to run the INSTALL.EXE from the "3COM Diskette EtherDisk (R) Diskette for the 3C515 Fast EtherLink ISA":
"Error getting the current working directory
Press any key to continue..."
I am guessing this is because I do not have a hard drive on this machine - I am guessing it is looking for a C drive.
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