Is there any documentation included with the FA511 driver?

Using PCMCIA cards under DOS often required some "socket services" crap to  
be installed. I had a network card working under DOS on a Toshiba of that  
era. I'll look in my backups and see if I still have the files and/or  

On Sat, 19 Jul 2014 05:41:46 -0400, Christian Imhorst  
<> wrote:

> Hi,
> I have installed FreeDos 1.1 on my Toshiba Tecra 8000. Now I try to get  
> my
> NETGEAR FA511 32-bit PCMCIA LAN card working.
> I have copied FA511.COM and NET.CFG from the NETGEAR CD-ROM with drivers  
> to
> C:\NWCLIENT together with some files who are needed to start networking.  
> So
> I run LSL.COM from this directory and than I start FA511.COM. The latter
> one ends with an error message:
> FA511-DOS-104: No NIC found in the machine.
> I think my PCMCIA slot is not recognized by FreeDOS. What do I need to  
> get
> my PCMCIA card working?
> Hardware is ok because it works with Linux.
> Best regards
> Christian

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