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 NIC "couldn't map interrupt"
Author: deleeuw 
Date:   21-05-05 21:45

Hey all,
I have FreeBSD 5 with a DFI VIA ad/77 motherboard, with an onboard Rhine NIC card. When I boot up, the dmesg says that the card (either fet0, provided by DFI for freeBSD, or the default vr0) "couldn't map interrupt". Moreover, in the sysinstall, when going to configure network interfaces, no NIC of any kind is listed, only the stand ppp and slip (and lp). BTW, my BIOS does not have a "PNP OS".
What can I do??

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