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Description of problem:
when I boot I already see an error but its moving to fast so I cant write it
it says it cant find my network card and when I look at it later it doesnt
detect it al all
(sorry I dont have much details but I am not really an expert at computers)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
2.try to configure and it wont locate
Actual Results: nothing... thats the problem...
I wish it did something...
Expected Results: I should be able to access internet!
Come on... we need more info than that. What network card do you have? What is
the brand, make and model of it? Is it a PCI card, ISA card, or built onto the
motherboard? Once we know, we can add the appropriate alias to the
I just checked and all the information I could find on it is
the art code is CB-001
I hope this helps a little because I would really like to acces the internet
again (and in RH 7.3 this time)
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Closing as CANTFIX.