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As an update, I just tested out the new DOS driver Such license agreement may be a “break-the-seal” license agreement. If you require a response, contact support.
Thank you for your feedback. I suggest trying the Vista or Windows 7 version: I am not sure if you still have the issue since it’s an old post, but here’s the link from intel where you can download the driver fro T Looking around online, I found that this issue was posted elsewhere on a few other system builder message forums, with many other people having the exact same issue with the LM gigabit network adapter.
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Except as expressly provided herein, no license or right is granted to you directly or by implication, inducement, estoppel, or otherwise. I have found the latest series of laptops seems to have a connection drop issue when using the DOS drivers from Intel’s site although the DOS drivers directly from Intel are much more stable than the ones available at Jetwork which haven’t been comnection in quite some time.
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A generic driver written by someone else works better than the driver that the Intel engineers wrote themselves? I do not accept the terms in the license agreement.
Use of the Software by the Government constitutes acknowledgment of Intel’s proprietary rights therein. I’ve done a good deal of troubleshooting on the problem and the common inrel is always the LM with more than 10 other models of computer using a PRO adapter and the same DOS driver with no issue.