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The Icon Bar: General: I-Cubed Lan600 no suitable driver
 
  I-Cubed Lan600 no suitable driver
  steviebaby (15:25 23/9/2009)
  Acornut (17:09 23/9/2009)
    steviebaby (08:34 24/9/2009)
      Acornut (09:24 24/9/2009)
        steviebaby (09:54 24/9/2009)
          steviebaby (10:23 24/9/2009)
            flibble (10:30 24/9/2009)
            filecore (10:53 24/9/2009)
 
Stephen Robinson Message #111476, posted by steviebaby at 15:25, 23/9/2009
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Hello!

After messing about trying and failing to put a 80GB hard drive into my RiscOS 4.39 now when it boots up I Can't get on the interwebs, it did work before but now if I go to interfaces the NIC I-cube EtherLAN600 can be seen, but it's grayed out. Pressing info brings up:-
"No suitable driver can be found for the I-cubed blah blah. You may need to reinstall the software blah blah"

I've taken it and reset it, but still the same, I don't remember it needing drivers, So what am I doing wrong, like?
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Blind Moose Message #111478, posted by Acornut at 17:09, 23/9/2009, in reply to message #111476
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You might just have knocked the card. So try removing it and then replace it again (dirty contacts)
Failing that try *podules
then *Install Etherlan600
if it isn't listed as active.
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Stephen Robinson Message #111479, posted by steviebaby at 08:34, 24/9/2009, in reply to message #111478
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You might just have knocked the card. So try removing it and then replace it again (dirty contacts)
Failing that try *podules
then *Install Etherlan600
if it isn't listed as active.
I've taken it out and put it back in again, but still no joy...

If I type podules at the * prompt

Expansion card 0:no installed expasion card\
blah...blah..
Expansion card 7:no installed expasion card
Network expansion: i-cube ltd, Etherlkan 600 Interface (00:c0 etc etc)

More Info:-

"The I-cube EtehrLAN600 interface is provided by the EtherH module. Version 4.18 is required for the interface to function correctly."

Putting *modules in, and the EtherH Module in there.I can't work out how to find out what version it is, but it did use to work unhappy

When I try the your last suggestion, "File Install not Found" when I try to make it active.
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Blind Moose Message #111480, posted by Acornut at 09:24, 24/9/2009, in reply to message #111479
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Better run through this lot here then!smile

http://www.heyrick.co.uk/mynet/inet.html
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Stephen Robinson Message #111481, posted by steviebaby at 09:54, 24/9/2009, in reply to message #111480
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Well it can now see it! not quite sure what I did but something in the !boot folder !run or something needed copying into the !Boot folder, or something, sorry I'm so useless, but I just dunno what I'm doing!

Still not working, possibly because

EHTest is our diagnostics command. So we type it in, and the driver responds with:
Diagnostic tests started
Diagnostic tests complete

EtherH Version 4.33 © i-cubed ltd. 1997

Card Info:- i-cubed, EtherLan 600 Ethernet interface
Unit 0, slot 8, 16-bit driver.
Ethernet address=00:c0:32:00:29:dd
10BaseT (twisted pair) interface in use.

It comes up with Co-axel in use, which is a bit odd. I think It need a reinstall, but I'm running out of time to be honest. And the little clip that held the swingy open panel went flying off yesterday too :sadface:
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Stephen Robinson Message #111482, posted by steviebaby at 10:23, 24/9/2009, in reply to message #111481
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Yeh! Got it working! Not too sure how, but holding down the delete key when booting got it back to twisted pair, and a quick fiddle around with th TCP/IP setting means I can now write this in netsurf! I think the secret is to stop fiddling now!

Tanks for the help!
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Peter Howkins Message #111483, posted by flibble at 10:30, 24/9/2009, in reply to message #111482
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If it's anything like mine it'll default to 10base2 if the 10BaseT line is not plugged into anything (to give it a link signal I presume), the only way to get it to choose 10BaseT after it's in 2 mode is to power off (connect T) and power on again.
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Jason Togneri Message #111484, posted by filecore at 10:53, 24/9/2009, in reply to message #111482

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Soyou guffed something up, and broke the settings for your network card. Delete-power on resets the CMOS (including the OS CMOS) back to defaults, which is much like how it would have been the first time you did it anyway, so no wonder it worked. You've probably lost whatever other customisations (or bugs) you introduced to this area of the computer, if any, although programs on the HDD will be unaffected.
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