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Otherwise you can install the AMD PCI net driver from the Windows NT 4.0 CD. Using Windows NT Server 4.0 as a guest operating system Using Windows NT Server 4.0 as a guest operating system The Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 operating system has some characteristics that require special consideration I also read were I might need to go into the registry and remove all references to the old Planet card but that makes me nervous. To do this, click Remote Control, point to Special Keys, and then select the keyboard shortcut you need.) From the Start menu, click Settings and then click Control Panel.

On the Status page for your virtual machine, click the video image to connect to the virtual machine. In the initial setup where I set it as BDC, it is supposed to detect a network card installed in the server, but it can not see it at all. Has anyone found a solution yet? Back to top #7 JohnC_21 JohnC_21 Members 16,873 posts OFFLINE Local time:04:05 PM Posted 14 May 2015 - 09:18 PM The driver file for your adapter also had a TXT https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/576123/trying-to-replace-a-network-card-in-windows-nt/

I have tried to figure those out and anything else listed in the tabs found in "Network" (in the control panel). Press and hold the Host key, which by default is the right ALT key, while moving the mouse pointer out of the window. You may need slipstreamed install media, an older driver, or a different model NIC. To view the latest security bulletins, see the Microsoft Security Bulletin Search page at the Microsoft Web site.

Removing an adapter in Windows NT Server 4.0 requires restarting the operating system before adding the updated driver. For instructions, see Install the SCSI driver after installing Virtual Machine Additions. This process requires the following three procedures: To add the NT4 Network Driver.vfd to your virtual machine Open the Administration Website. Michael,I responded to your post last night clarifying (in more detail than here) that the problem I described is on the NT side not XP but I don't see my message

Highlight the Network Adapter, click on the Remove button and click on OK. For a single network interface, only Function 0 is exposed. Adding an adapter in Windows NT Server 4.0 requires restarting the operating system to use the additional adapters. Really, any network card with Windows NT 4.0 drivers ought to work.

Another thing is that WinNT server tells me no network card is found. For general instructions on installing an operating system on a virtual machine, see Add an Operating System. Shutting down the virtual machine Windows NT Server 4.0 does not support Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) power management. NT will not always find a card.

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Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New? And with downloaded 3Com drivers, you need to make sure you're pointing NT to the correct folder, as there'll often be a few of them with similarly named files. For more information, see Allocating system resources to a virtual machine. I think that is everything, Thanks again for any help!

remove the existing NIC from device manager.3. Control Panel>Devices shows two adapters as does the registry. Back to top #9 palmbosm palmbosm Topic Starter Members 7 posts OFFLINE Local time:05:05 PM Posted 15 May 2015 - 01:34 PM Ok, none of the above have worked for Any help Share Flag This conversation is currently closed to new comments. 7 total posts (Page 1 of 1)   + Follow this Discussion · | Thread display: Collapse - |

Security considerations To maintain a secure system, the most important thing to do is to stay current with security updates. I am trying to replace a bad Planet pci network card with a new Trendnet pci network card on a windows nt 4.0 pc. Click Next and then Finish.

Right-click the VM from within the VI Client, and select Edit Settings.

If more than four are added, only the first four adapters will be available to the guest operating system. The location of this directory depends on the controller model and you will not be able to browse for the directory. Back to top #11 palmbosm palmbosm Topic Starter Members 7 posts OFFLINE Local time:05:05 PM Posted 15 May 2015 - 02:04 PM Yup, it was the driver that was in Installing Virtual Machine Additions before configuring a SCSI adapter on the virtual machine If you install Virtual Machine Additions on a virtual machine running Windows NT Server 4.0 that has no virtual SCSI

It is safe to ignore the warning if you have shut down the guest operating system as directed in Step 1. VXIpc-870 and VXI/VMEpc-600 Series users should select the NT 4.0 Symbios Logic 53C885. Attached Files NT40.TXT 1.49KB 4 downloads Edited by JohnC_21, 14 May 2015 - 09:18 PM. Click Add, and then click Have Disk.

I did type the correct path to the driver files with "OEMSETUP.inf".