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Re: 3Com Megahertz 3CCFEM556 B
Can we get it back?
On Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 4:54 PM, Christos Zoulas
> In article
> Neal Hogan <nealhogan%gmail.com@localhost> wrote:
> > I have a 3Com Megahertz 10/100 LAN+56K Modem PC card (model# 3CCFEM556
> >on Toshiba Satellite (205CDS) running nBSD 4.0.1. After checking the
> >supported hardware page, I still ended up getting a card that wasn't on
> >list (stupid). Anyway, now that I have it, how do I get it to work? From
> >research I've done there was chatter about getting it to work, but
> >patches for earlier versions of nBSD. So, before I attempt those
> >suggestions, I was wonder what might be said about that card and 4.0.1.
> >The card is recognized at boot (ep0), but the machine fails to complete
> >when the card is in the bus. It hangs after the line that says
> >pcmcia0: card irq 9
> >When I stick it in after the machine is up, it's recognized, but says that
> >the Interface is disabled and it couldn't configure controller. Also, the
> >machine continues to run (i.e., it doesn't hang/panic).
> >If you really need a dmesg, I'll try harder to get one.
> I too have problems with my pcmcia 3com dual function card. I think that
> the problem is that the card does not get powered up properly anymore (it
> used to), but something changed in the pcmcia code. So I too get stuck.
> My model is a bit different though.
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