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You could try the Intel driver (e100.c), which is downloadable from their website.
It apparently has some silicon bug workarounds that Donald's driver hasn't.

Another popular cause of strange lockups are PCI bios problems (interrupt conflicts
etc. -- exchanging slots may help)

Also please note that such a subject line is not a good motivation to help
you for free.


-Andi
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