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AOpen AOP-320 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet PCMCIA Adapter Driver

My built in Ethernet was killed by lightning.

It worked instantly with tiger. This weekend, I installed Leopard on another drive and found that the Hawking card now gives very little throughput worse than a modem.

Anyone else not a problem with the cards on this page? Issue came up day one of leopard release and I saw it here with my G5 tower. BTW - as mentioned in previous news posts since Thanks for your site!!!

There's also some earlier reports on low cost Gigabit Ethernet cards here. The card worked right away so I didn't even have to worry about installing drivers - which is a good thing because the card came with a floppy disc with the drivers on it.

I live in Canada so the card was a litte bit more than what she paid. I am running a MDD dual G4 1.

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See past reports here. The card runs with the built in drivers under OS X I was not able yet to play with the "jumbo" frames because I don't own yet a "jumbo" supported switch. But it's not dimmed, so one can test the different settings.

The description of the card is: The card was still not recognized, and changing PCI slots did not help. After looking at the driver, I noticed the "Get Info" Version information showed "rtl version 1.

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I got the latest Realtek driver for version 1. After renaming the driver to "AppleF5D Netstat lists it as autoselecting Mbit full duplex, and file transfer speeds are times as fast as they were with the Mbit built-in card. He didn't include a driver page link but directly below Dlink DGET report is a link to Realtek's driver page that includes the This model is not currently listed at dlink.

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This Mac is running The driver I used is from Realtek. I found it on this realtek drivers page You have to get the one in the "Others" section. Very bottom of page I used the version 1.

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Best regards, Olivier " FYI - as of spring the page has a v2. And there's also an OS 9.

AOPEN AOP-320 10/100MBPS FAST ETHERNET PCMCIA ADAPTER DRIVERS WINDOWS

The card works with Apple's drivers in my Blue and white G3 jumpered to I'm running OS X The card has the Realtek S32 chipset. G3, with OSX I was misled, repeatedly, and got some very odd suggestions from their support.

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