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NIC driver installation in Linux Enterprise Server

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I have problem with my Lan Card Driver | Motherboard is of Intel
Desktop D945GCR. i am not able to install this driver.
Plz help me how to do it in Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 5.

Regards,
Neil.

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