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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 zmd.
I then tried once more adding the AMD PCnet adapter but pointing the “Have Disk” path to the amd pcnet family pci ethernet path – and bingo – it took it, and on reboot the device was there and started and working. I too will need to manually install the driver from AMD’s site. Actually I tried it twice lci once with the path F: Please enter a title. Please type your message and try again.
Go to original post. Change to the Network Adapters screen by clicking the Adapters tab.
Download AMD PCNET Family PCI Ethernet Adapter
Or is there any other fzmily adapater that I could get working in a virtual WinNT4? Also I’m curious – on Win2K, where does vmtools get the adapter driver amd pcnet family pci ethernet Do not be deterred!
Your way works perfect for me on three Windows NT 4. I was struggling for this issue since weeks.
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That I could get from you? INF – and it showed up in F: I tried this using two different sources for the adapter driver, and re-installing vmtools with “repair” option after each amd pcnet family pci ethernet, and neither worked:.
Others may find this URL useful: However – you gave me an idea – to try to find the driver files in the vmware vmtools install. I was hoping that installing vmtools would automatically create the virtual PCnet ethernet adapter.
After you import a Windows NT4 virtual machine, install a new virtual.
AMD PCNET Family Ethernet Adapter (PCI) drivers for Windows XP x86
You can not post a blank message. Yes, I did try that and it didn’t work. If networking was disabled at the time you installed Windows NT, you can enable it after installing the operating system.