Edited by Max Bainrot Wednesday, June 17, What are you using as your host? Thursday, April 16, First, did you install VMware Tools? Its just strange that the VM under AMD PCnet adapter would not be picked up via plug and play under windows 7 I’ll post a thread on the VMware forum to see if there’s any info on it as it would be nice to get an answer – otherwise I have to remember to ensure to use the Intel driver as network card in the future Ian Burnell, London UK. I’m running VMware Workstation 6.
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Drivers for AMD PCNET Family PCI Ethernet Adapter
It eethernet not even cross my mind to even check the vmx file. Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility https: Tuesday, September 4, That is a good question.
Is there a driver for the AMD network device available? Windows 7 IT Pro. Thursday, March 19, 3: Office Office Exchange Server.
AMD PCNET Family PCI Ethernet Adapter Drivers Download
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A previous installation of Vista worked fine?? However now the virtual machine won’t start with an error “Unable to open config file 0xb”.
Tuesday, March 17, 4: After several hair-pulling hours, this simple answer resolved my issue. Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility. Visit our Driver Support Page for helpful step-by-step videos. Thursday, April 16, Here is a question, is there anyone out there that has got the driver working if you have Windows 7 in bootcamp?
Driver Missing VMware -> AMD AM79CA PCnet-PCI Ethernet Adapter
Thursday, June 25, Tuesday, June 16, 8: Network Devices Supported OS: If a language option is given, select your language. So this solves my immediate problem.
Monday, March 16, 1: I must hand it to VMWare, they know virtual software. Tuesday, June 16, Thursday, December 17, 3: Sunday, November 15, 4: I have the same problem and tried to add the line ethernet0.
In some cases, the chipset drivers for your motherboard will install the proper drivers. Strange, because if I ran VMware tools it could install the driver without issue Anyway having found these threads I too added the e line into the settings and then found it worked perfectly. Thursday, March 19, 4: Using VMware server I chose the Vista machine and a “bare-metal” install worked perfectly.
I threw a thread onto the VMware forums so people can more easily find it: I can’t seem to locate a.