View Full Version : Looking for PCI Network Adapter Driver

29-09-2004, 10:46 PM

I'm in the process of reinstalling / rebuilding a TMC personal computer with Windows 98 and the PC has a PCI 10/100 network card that I can't find a driver for. Win98 doesn't have a driver for it - I have tried Google & driverguide.com to bad effect.

I have removed the card from the PC - for the life of me I can't find a brand name but there are the following identifying marks :

GTS FC-515 9945H
KTS KDN-2050C 50.000MHz 9944 JP2
MPX EN5038 96099S1 939E

When I plug some of the above numbers into Google / driver-guide I'm getting links for drivers etc for half a dozen different brands in half a dozen different languages. I have already taken a "she'll be right" attitude and tried out a couple of drivers that I found at driverguide, but now Win98 is having a major spaz and locking up on me (oops - I guess the ones I tried weren't right!).

I have another PCI card in another Win98 PC that I could try (but I'm using it on a home network PC) so before I try that I would appreciate help from anyone that can point me in the right direction for getting the drivers for the network card in the TMC PC.

Thanks, Andrew.

Mrs Bump
29-09-2004, 11:14 PM

30-09-2004, 10:18 AM
It might be an Accton card. MPX looks like it means multi-packet accelerator. EN5038 is the model of the card.

Did u get / download a file called en5038.zip from http://www.driverguide.com ? under Accton en5038??

30-09-2004, 06:44 PM
Thanks for that, I found that one last night but being the nth brand I didn't bother downloading it - I'll give it a go tonight.
Cheers, A.