If you want happiness for a lifetime- help someone else. Since then, I cannot boot up without generating a fault. Just don’t give me the same idiot. I am considering uninstalling rslinx all together to see if the card shows up to make sure there is nothing corrupted in linx with unscheduled removal of the card inhibiting it. Find More Posts by Mark Buskell.

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I am betting the slot is dead and you will need to contact Dell on a replacement motherboard. It will work right away after that. August 21st, September 29th, Page 1 of 2.

Deleting the rslinx driver But unfortunately not it, i even rebooted after deleting the driver, still acts as if no card has been inserted. I used a flash card adapter.

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Hi All just found this site by way of google new member. I won’t go into my long ordeal with getting this problem fixed but it was not pretty. Click here now to try it. August 12th, December 2nd, I copied the drivers to the system32 driver folder but they do no good if the card isn’t starting. All times are GMT The time now is That said, I don’t want to throw the card out unless I can prove it is bad.


I did see it listed it in my System Devices as “Can Not Start” And of course my pcmcia slot lists as fine no conflicts. I have since plugged the ethernet card back in and don’t get the error on startup at all.

Rockwell Allen-Bradley 1784-pcm4/b Dh485 Cable for PCMK Card

I’ve sent my Dell back for repair twice because of the problem. If you want happiness for a lifetime- help someone else.

You are not registered yet. If you want happiness for a month- get married. Under board type select PCMK 4.

Thanks for the feedback, Marc. Since then, Pcmm cannot boot up without generating a fault. It must be conflicting with something else on my computer just not sure what would inhibit it.

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There is some problem with the PCMK card pulling to much voltage on startup and blowing some component on the motherboard. If the card’s PNP drivers don’t work on a Win98 or Win system, then you probably have a bad card. Baud rate should match the PLC 9. Originally Posted by mduffney Ya i do remember that being a possible solution. May 31st, Do you know if bradleg “diagnostic” program there would work to test an NT 4 system? August 20th, Board address select a board address DC00 works well, the address can not be used by other devices 5.


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Please click here to register! Just don’t give me the same idiot.