I had to use Device Manager Control Panel.. Others may find this URL useful: I have an old Windows NT4 partition that I wanted to set up as a virtual machine. I then tried once more adding the AMD PCnet adapter but pointing the “Have Disk” path to the above path – and bingo – it took it, and on reboot the device was there and started and working. Correct Answers – 10 points.
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Just need to run VMWare Tools. I was googling a couple hours before finding your help!! After copying over a Win2k3 iso, mounted the image and began the installation.
AMD PCNET Family PCI Ethernet Adapter – Windows XP, Drivers
I then tried once more adding the AMD PCnet adapter but pointing the “Have Disk” path to the above pcneet – and bingo – it took it, and on reboot the device was there and started and working. I tried this using two different sources for the adapter driver, and re-installing vmtools with “repair” option after each one, and neither worked:. I read that installing VMware tools would solve this problem too. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
Your advice helped alot. Change to the Network Adapters screen by clicking the Adapters tab.
VMware – Windows AMD PCNet Family Adapater Issue
It really worked for me as well. This device cannot start. Your etherent works perfect for me on three Windows NT 4. I did so and everything went smoothly and I can boot it as a virtual machine – and installed vmtools – but there is no AMD PCnet Ethernet adapter present.
AMD PCNET Family Ethernet Adapter (PCI&ISA) Free Driver Download
Lucky for us we have VMware! Actually it should fix by VM Etyernet. If networking was disabled at the time you installed Windows NT, you can enable it after installing the operating system. I have an old Windows NT4 partition that I wanted to set up as a virtual machine.