In device manager, on mine, using original W95, I have "PCMCIA socket=PCIC or compatible PCMCIA controller" AND ALSO "? Other Devices=? PCMCIA Card Services" using generic windows driver I assume (reports no info on driver).
I have two (2) PCMCIA cards in the 2 devices slots, i.e., Proxim Lan2 wireless card and a CF card adapter; both working great.
Where are your card services located in device manager?
On my Win98SE Notebook (Dell Inspiron 3000) Card and Socket services are both listed under "PCMCIA Socket". Notebook has 2 Type II slots. Device Manager loads a driver for each slot and a driver for each Card; all in "PCMCIA Socket". I can't remember off hand, because I usually have drivers for all cards for Notebook or Win98 recognizes them and loads drivers, but it seems that when it doesn't recognize a card it will put it in "? Other devices". Seems like it depends on what card it is whether it loads a generic driver or puts an "!". Sometimes it won't recognize a card even though there are drivers in Windows\system so I have to direct it to the driver.
Thanks for reporting to board. Please report back to board on this issue as I'm sure all will be interested.
As soon as I can grab some extra time I'm going to load Win98 too.
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