DEPCA ethernet card still supported??

DEPCA ethernet card still supported??

Post by Carl Roze » Fri, 17 Jun 1994 22:03:25


Do you know if i can still use my DEPCA (DE100) ethernet cards above
pl13. I like to use them with version 1.x

Thanks in advance


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