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Download AMD PCNET Family PCI Ethernet Adapter
I tried this using two different sources for the adapter driver, and re-installing vmtools with “repair” option after each one, and neither worked:. Shut down Windows NT and power off the virtual machine. I was ams for this issue since weeks. INF not found”, and then with the path F: It will automatically ethrenet drivers and says to restart the os. Thanks for the detailed amd pcnet pci ethernet adapter. I too will need to manually install the driver from AMD’s site. Your way works perfect for me on three Windows NT 4.
I have an old Windows NT4 partition that I wanted to set up as a virtual machine. Ppci really worked for me as well.
I did so and everything went smoothly and I can boot it as a virtual machine – and installed vmtools – but there is no AMD PCnet Ethernet adapter present. I’m working with Workstation 4 and unfortunately the windows.
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Also I’m curious – on Win2K, where does vmtools get the adapter driver from? Actually I tried it twice – once with the path F: Or is there any other ethernet adapater that I could get working in a virtual WinNT4?
However – you gave me an idea – to try to find the driver files in the vmware vmtools amd pcnet pci ethernet adapter. INF – and it showed up in F: That I could get from you? After you import a Windows NT4 virtual machine, install a new virtual.
AMD PCNET Family Ethernet Adapter (PCI) drivers for Windows XP x86
amd pcnet pci ethernet adapter Yes, I did try that and it didn’t work. I then tried once more adding the AMD PCnet adapter but pointing the “Have Disk” path pnet the above path – and bingo – it took it, and on reboot the device was there and started and working.
I was hoping that installing vmtools would automatically create the virtual PCnet ethernet adapter.
Others may find this URL useful: Please enter a title. Change to the Network Adapters screen by clicking the Adapters tab.