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First post, by Tempus

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I have a network card, PCI which is called Allied Telesyn/Allied Telesis (not sure why there are two names operating), and model is LA-ISA-T, has an MPX 2 chip EN5025. I've searched quite a bit for it and found nothing. Anyone able to help? I need drivers for Windows 98.

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Reply 1 of 6, by dionb

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Iirc that's a relabeled Digital 'Tulip' chip.

One easy way to find out: stick it in a computer and boot with a Linux LiveCD/USB. Something like Knoppix would probably autodetect it. When you know what it is, look for the appropriate drivers

Reply 2 of 6, by Robin4

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https://www.yuyiplc.com/?lang=en&unit=product … 1127#mainImage2

Centrecom ??

Japanese website:

https://www.allied-telesis.co.jp/products/lis … a2/catalog.html

Last edited by Robin4 on 2021-07-28, 00:36. Edited 1 time in total.

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Reply 4 of 6, by Robin4

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Maybe this could help:

https://www.allied-telesis.co.jp/support/nic/ … top.html#laisa2

I have added the file which maybe can help you further.

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Reply 6 of 6, by Tempus

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You're right. Not sure why I even wrote PCI, it is ISA for sure. I did find that from the previous page though, but I've installed it and doesn't work. Not sure if it's related to incompatibility or just something generally wrong.

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