> Mike Dresser wrote:
> > I'll try another card, and get back to you, just in case it's a
> > partially fubar card.
> FWIW I have seen tons of 8139s that work fine but have invalid PCI
> IDs... the price of being a US$0.50 chip I guess :)
> So I doubt it's a fubar card...
Just tried another 8139D card, same make, and it shows up as a 10ec:8139
instead of the 00ec. Bad bit, indeed.
So I've got a card that has a wrong PCI id, I wonder what Windows would do
if i installed it there. I wonder if I have more of these to test. Found
another one. I'll test THIS one too :)
> 8139C+ is, in CVS lingo, a branch. 8139D has -none- of the 8139C+
Thanks :) How about a note in the C+ things that D isn't higher than C+
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