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running os 8 and built in ethernet card problems


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apple mac g3 233mhz 64mb ram beige unit
running os 8, 64mb ram and 4gb hard disk

how do i find out whether the built in ethernet card is working in os 8 (do i need to reinstall drivers). i have a cable broadband modem tested working but i can't get them to communicate. any ideas or suggestions would be appreciated.

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