GNIC II is not working
Fri Aug 20 14:27:59 1999
Sumit Roy wrote:
> You MUST cold boot into Linux. The card should be detected as 32 bit in that
> case. This is a known bug in the ASUS motherboards.
Has there ever been a solution to this?
I've searched ASUS's web site and can't find any mention of it, but I
experience this problem (64 bit GNIC-II card being told it's in a 64 bit
bus on warm boot; causing either a panic or the card to not respond when
packets are sent to it) with all my ASUS P2B boards. Should I replace
the motherboard or the GNIC card (what's a good replacement for the
GNIC-II that has a Linux driver)?
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