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February 17, 2008, 7:52 pm
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have a second-hand Toshiba Satellite 3000 that came with Windows XP.
The machine was running really slowly so I decided to wipe the drive
and reinstall Windows. While old, this machine works fine for playing
music off of my home server.
I wiped the hard drive and installed Windows 2000 Professional. The
problem is that I cannot get Windows to recognize the wireless network
card. In Device Manager there are two unknown PCI Devices listed with
the usual question-mark icon. From each device's property pages, I
obtained the following info:
PCI bus 0
I/O Range 1810-181F
PCI bus 0
I/O Range 2400-24FF
I/O Range 2000-207F
Assuming that either of these unknown devices must by the wlan card, I
attempted to install the wlan driver that I downloaded from the
Toshiba web site. Windows complained saying that it could not confirm
that the drive would function correctly.
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