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pktdrv on network driver disk

AessaAessa Posts: 35Member
There is a .com on the disk that comes with your network card which can be used in dos for networking, somehow. I know you run it with a software interrupt as a parameter. It seems that every card has its own special .com.
Is there any way of using this software interrupt - seeing as this does not require a windows IPX protocol to be present.
Thanks


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