Hello everyone, A month or so ago I got a Macintosh IIci for free on Craigslist. It happened to include a IIci Cache card, XILINX NuBus video card, and an Asante NuBus ethernet card. The video card doesn't seem to work although I may not have things setup right or have the right software. Anyway the problem I have is with the Asante ethernet card. Model 09-00061-01 A2. The date says 1994. Now to my surprise Asante has a fantastic archive of old legacy products, including manuals and software downloads. Unfortunately I can not seem to find my card on the list. The closest thing I could find to mine was here. MCiNB-10T (09-00061-13) So I downloaded the software, but when I go to install it I get an error saying the ethernet card can't be found. Now if I plug an ethernet cable from my MacBook to the ethernet card a green LED will light up on the card, which leads me to assume it works. Maybe it needs a different piece of software to work? I've tried to google more information about this model, but I can't seem to find any information. Any help would be great! Notes: Computer: Macintosh IIci, 17MB RAM, System 7.5.3 Asante Ethernet card info: P/N 09-00061-01 A2 (Says MCiNB U3 on a chip) Says 1994 MCNB REV. A elsewhere. Has three connectors on the card, BNC, 15-pin AUI, and ethernet. Also before upgrading, System 7.1 only says 'Built-In LocalTalk' under the Network control panel. Looks similar to this model. Thanks!