AMD PCnet-Home Based Network Adapter (Generic) Free Driver Download
Custom (7 Oct 2005)
AMD, ActionTec, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), Diamond Multimedia, Microsoft
AMD PCnet-Home Based Network Adapter (Generic)
Custom (7 Oct 2005)
Supported Operating Systems
Windows NT4, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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This is a driver for Windows 2003 Server for AMD PCnet-Home Based Network Adapter (Generic). I couldn't find a driver for it anywhere so I made my own custom using Window's XP inf file, and windows 200's system file. It works great, got good speed, and it works perfect, as good as a real proffessional driver.
Eclipse (DG Member) on 10/7/2005
Win2k3.zip (20.1 KB)
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