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I have an old dell System info: Windows XP Home edition Version 2002 service pack 3. We are apparently having a hardware issue on hardwired network adapter(red light upon jacking in ethernet cord) that came with system(Intel(R) pro/100 VE Network Connection). I added a new Linksys(model LNE100TX) network card to an empty PCI slot and was unable to take out old network card as it appears molded or bracket fitted to the inside wall of the computer. The new network card is not being recognized by the computer. In addition the software for the linksys network card says it cannot find the router despite being jacked in to it(have green and yellow light). Linksys help line guesses that the old network card is interferring with the new one.
You need to disable the old network card go to the computer setting (CMOS) and disqble the network card (you are having a hardware addressing conflict.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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