From: Stanton Young (stantony123_at_hotmail.com)
Date: Thu Dec 19 2002 - 11:19:29 EST
16 is definitely slower than a 32
I have a Belkin 16 bit pcmcia network card and it was hell installing it.
It turned out to be the IRQs
ADVICE: DISABLE IR, and remove Sound drivers after you stick in in the card
and install it. Then reinstall Sound, then reinstall IR
There are not enough IRQs for all three.
There is also a notice on the IBM site about IRQ issues and using the pcmcia
>From: "Andrew Webber" <awebber_at_wwwebbers.com>
>To: "thinkpad_at_stderr.org" <thinkpad_at_stderr.org>
>Subject: [Thinkpad] TP600: 16-bit ethernet card, any issues?
>Date: Thu, 19 Dec 2002 00:05:40 -0500
>I just bought a PCMCIA network card (since I'm travelling but left
>the dongle at home).
>I think the 16-bit version is theoretically slower than 32-bit
>although that's not an issue with high-speed. Are there any other
>issues I should be concerned about before I open this box? It's a
>D-Link 16-bit 10/100 Mb PC Card, #DFE-670TXD (U$9.99 after rebate
>at Best Buy this week).
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