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Installing a 3rd party nic adapter I code error 12 (Vista) The device cannot find enough free resources, The integrated nic is out and the bios won't find it. Thanks Jack

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    Dick May 11, 2010

    Have you disabled the onboard nic to free up those resources?

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It sounds like device drivers are conflicting. Erase all network card data from before, and reinstall the new one. Hope that helps. =]

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