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SubjectRe: eth1: Transmit timed out, status 0000, PHY status 0000
On Tue, 16 Jan 2001, richard.morgan9 wrote:

> I have the same problem as Urban with a recent DLink 530tx
> (rhine2). Pulling the power cable from my atx psu (while the
> computer was "off") fixed the card, until my next reboot from
> win98.

I'm not the one with a problem but maybe it has something to do with win98
and/or the driver used there. I intend to test this myself eventually and
see if I can do something based on Donald Beckers suggestions on eeprom.

Unless someone else feels like playing with this ... anyone?

Does everyone seeing this have a Rhine-II, pci id 1106:3065, and not the
older chip found in dfe530tx with pci id 1106:3043?

/Urban

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