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Old 12-28-2003, 03:59 AM   #1
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Question Ethernet card type

I am trying to setup a Diskless network in my office.I have one server and one client PC.
When i tried to create a bootrom for my client machine it asks me the type of ethernet card.
it is going like this
The following 8 packet drivers are available:
(0) user defined packet driver
(1) smc_wd
(2) ne2100
(3) ne2000
(4) ne1000
(5) arcether
(6) 3c509
(7) 3c503
(8) 3c501
Select the packet driver u want to use ______??

I am using a realtek RTL8139 Fast ethernet card.What packet driver i have to select?.If if is a userdefined one where to download it.I am a novice in this me
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