I ran the rom-scan at dos, it says: Found ROM header at C800:0000; anounces 32k image (27c256 EPROM) ---------- > From: email@example.com > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: Failure to find EPROM on NIC > Date: Tuesday, October 07, 1997 10:58 AM > > netsol,matthew writes: > > Is there anyone who knows why I successfully burned the boot rom binary > > into EPROM but when booted the PC, it seems that the PC didn't see the NIC > > ROM at all. There should be some messgae no matther what NIC I use, right? > > The ROM floppy version is tested OK. And I checked the NIC's boot rom > > configuration too. don't know what step I did wrong. > > There are a whole bunch of things, that can go wrong with installing > an EPROM on a NIC. I would suggest that you download a copy of > etherboot-3.2 from > http://www.syd.dit.csiro.au/staff/ken/personal/etherboot/index.html > Then install and run "rom-scan". This program will try to find all > installed ROM extensions and will let you know about possible > conflicts. Let us know, what "rom-scan" outputs. > > > Markus > > -- > Markus Gutschke Internet: email@example.com > Infoscape, Inc Phone: +1-415-537-3778 > 657 Mission Street, Suite 200 > San Francisco, CA 94105 > > Disclaimer: The above message represents my personal opinion; It does > not constitute an offical statement by Infoscape! >
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