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  • Smart Computing Article - Network On The Cheap
    The hardware required for this network is rather minimal. You ll need a single length of Ethernet crossover cable long enough to span the two computers, and both computers need to have an installed NIC (network interface card). Fortunately, most computers manufactured in the past decade come
  • Smart Computing Article - Don't Get NIC'd
    December 2001 Vol.7 Issue 12 Page(s) 92-95 in print issue Add To My Personal Library Upgrading Your Network Interface Card Is Easy & Beneficial Upgrading a NIC (network interface card) for a notebook computer is normally a simple operation. Most notebooks use the PCMCIA (Personal Computer Memory
  • Smart Computing Article - Do It Yourself
    Diagnostics tool starts by testing basic networking services, including a Loopback test. If the test passes, then Windows is able to talk to your NIC (network interface card). This means
  • Smart Computing Article - Home Networks
    interface card]) is only operating in the 10Mbps mode. Check the NIC in your Device Manager Network Adapter entry and look for any 10/100 designation. An older 10Mbps NIC may need to be upgraded for 100Mbps operation. If it s a 10/100 NIC, refer to the PC s documentation and check the NIC settings
  • Smart Computing Article - Getting Wired & Going Wild
    need the right hardware and a few other odds and ends in place first. Each computer must include a network adapter, either integrated into the motherboard or in the form of an expansion card, also called a NIC (network interface card). You can verify whether or not your computers have network
  • VISION-GUIDED ROBOTICS: Sophisticated software speeds automotive assembly
    controller, equipped with an Intel Pro/1000 network interface card (NIC), via the power-over-GigE interface.
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    , instead of the HomeRF 2.0 wireless-LAN standard, in a move that some analysts said could threaten the future of HomeRF. Gbit Ethernet primed for mainstream servers Gigabit Ethernet is poised to move into mainstream servers this year. A low-cost network interface card just announced by 3Com Corp

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