Two mentions listed under the network adapter in Device Manager

Good evening

For the record, I use a Compaq Presario AMD Athlon (TM) 64 Processor 3300 +, 2411 MHz/1.93 GB RAM, running Windows XP Home Edition, SP3, with IE8.

I was looking around ' Device Manager ' tonight and I noticed two references under "network card".

(1) 1394 network adapter

(2) siS 900-Based PCI Fast Ethernet adapt

Could someone please tell me what is the purpose of each of them and do I need two permits.

I have only this one computer and I connect to the Internet with a connection cable from Comcast.

Thank you and best regards,

2harts4ever

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Hello:

There is no reason why you should disable one of them. Certainly not your adapter PCI ethernet, or your internet connection is also disabled.

Here's what's your other link:

http://ask-Leo.com/whats_this_1394_network_adapter_on_my_machine.html

Paul

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