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« on: February 26, 2005, 10:23:57 PM »

i have a 600e that i put a Cisco Aironet 802.11a/b/g Wireless CardBus Adapter into.

http://www.cdw.com/shop/products/specs.aspx?EDC=578730

 I have 2000 with sp4 installed. ths system does not recognize the card. My cisco 352 pc card is recognized right away.

Can i upgrade the bios to recognize card bus cards? I seem to remember having similar problems with this model in the past with 3com ethernet cardbus cards but got them to work.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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« Reply #1 on: February 27, 2005, 04:20:23 AM »

This is from Cisco's website:


Client Adapter Recognition Problems

If your computer's PCMCIA adapter does not recognize your client adapter, check your computer's BIOS and make sure that the PC card controller mode is set to PCIC compatible.



Resolving Resource Conflicts

If you encounter problems while installing your client adapter on a computer running a Windows operating system, you may need to specify a different interrupt request (IRQ) or I/O range for the adapter.

The default IRQ for the client adapter is IRQ 10, which may not work for all systems. Follow the steps for your specific operating system to obtain an available IRQ.

During installation the adapter's driver installation script scans for an unused I/O range. The installation can fail if the I/O range found by the driver installation script is occupied by another device but not reported by Windows. An I/O range might not be reported if a device is physically present in the system but not enabled under Windows. Follow the steps for your specific operating system to obtain an available I/O range.

Resolving Resource Conflicts in Windows 2000

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Step 1 Double-click My Computer, Control Panel, and System.

Step 2 Click the Hardware tab and Device Manager.

Step 3 Double-click Network Adapters and the Cisco Systems Wireless LAN Adapter.

Step 4 In the General window, the Device Status field indicates if a resource problem exists. If a problem is indicated, click the Resources tab.

Step 5 Uncheck the Use automatic settings check box.

Step 6 Under Resource Settings or Resource Type, click Input/Output Range.

Step 7 Look in the Conflicting Device list at the bottom of the window. If it indicates that the range is being used by another device, click the Change Setting button.

Step 8 Scroll through the ranges in the Value dialog box and choose one that does not conflict with another device. The Conflict Information window at the bottom of the window indicates if the range is already being used.

Step 9 Click OK.

Step 10 Under Resource Settings or Resource Type, click Interrupt Request.

Step 11 Look in the Conflicting Device list at the bottom of the window. If it indicates that the IRQ is being used by another device, click the Change Setting button.

Step 12 Scroll through the IRQs in the Value dialog box and choose one that does not conflict with another device. The Conflict Information window at the bottom of the window indicates if the IRQ is already being used.

Step 13 Click OK.

Step 14 Reboot your computer
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