Re: changing nic

Andrew J. Lillie ( (no email) )
Fri, 24 Jul 1998 15:35:45 -0700

Assuming we're talking about NT4 here, you should be able to export out the
reg key in which the IP's are stored (This varies, but is usually something

Then, once you have the new card in, you can either change the headers of
the exported .reg file to match those of the keyname for your new card and
import that back into the registry, or cut and paste the values of the
subkeys into the appropriate subkeys for the new card.

I've only done this once, but it worked fine. There's probably an easier
way to do it though.

Andrew J. Lillie
JPS.Net Network Operations
-----Original Message-----
From: Mark DeWar <>
To: <>
Date: Friday, July 24, 1998 3:15 PM
Subject: changing nic

>I wish to remove an older 16 bit isa 10mb nic and replace it with a 10/100
>card pci. How can I keep it so I don't have to reenter all the ips for the
>the card does not seem to function on ne2000 driver.