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  craigy1 18:43 13 Nov 05
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hi can anybody tell me what this card is?????

i have asked him but he doesnt really know!!!!

i think its a ethernet card/ or a pci to serial card with a rj45 socket on it.

just that i have never seen one before

thanks

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  Canis meus id co 18:46 13 Nov 05

Not sure, but that input/output on the right looks like an Opptical in/out.

  keewaa 18:50 13 Nov 05

Looks to me like it's the PCI 32 bit universal ...graphics card?click here

  craigy1 19:07 13 Nov 05

well i looked at it and asked him what the connector was on the left. he says it is a 9 pin d connector.

i thought that graphic cars are usually 3 rows of pins instead of the usual 2 rows. is that right?

  craigy1 19:11 13 Nov 05

oh and it also has 2 green lights on it. i presume these are i/o lights for data. this makes me think thats it a nom card of some kind.!!

i dont know really. i just thought it would be interesting in finding out!!!

  craigy1 19:11 13 Nov 05

i meant to say com not nom doh!!!

  woodchip 19:12 13 Nov 05

No description steer clear

  Skyver 19:13 13 Nov 05

It's a very early network card with BCN/RJ45 and DIX/ AUI connector (the one that looks like a video connector).

  craigy1 19:17 13 Nov 05

just wondering. how did u find out that its an early network card? i cant find a picture anywhere on the net.!!!

but then again, im not used to network cards, just my own pc with the usb ports do for me!!!

  Skyver 19:23 13 Nov 05

Stuff I had to study for an exam - plus I have a couple of similar cards from machines dismantled for spares, they can handle broadband (slowly) but aren't worth actually paying for.

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