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Code 10 installed the D-Link DFE-530TX+. the computer did not recognize it. I think I got it to manually recognize, by manually adding new hardware, but in the device, manager, network adapter, there is a yellow exclamation mark and code 10?? I disabled my original intel pro/100 M network connection. I called custermer service and they think that my PCI slots are damaged or need to be manuall enabled to accept the new device?? Something about BIOS? I don't know what to do or what I am doing wrong?? Can anyone please help me??? Thanks!

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  • jhandyandy Jul 04, 2008

    where do you find and read the solution??? can't find it???

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