On Tue, May 8, 2012 at 11:04 AM, Kenny Emond <cheeseylem...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I recently put FreeDOS on my laptop that has built in wireless. I tried to
> see if the BIOS on the computer would let me know what the packet driver
> name was or where, but it didn't. So I was wondering how to find it or how
> to scan for what type of driver to get, or something. I tried just typing in
> the packet interupt in mtcp.cfg, but when I ran the dhcp app it wouldn't
> work. Ay clues/tips? Thanks

You'd probably have to use "lspci | grep eth0" (or similar?) under
Linux or Georg's NICSCAN.EXE under FreeDOS. There was probably another
way for FreeDOS, but I forget exactly (berndpci? "pcisleep q02"? can't
remember ...), and for that (IIRC) you'd still have to look online to
match up the PCI code to brand name.


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