OS won't read Netgear ethernet card.

Last week I installed openSuSE OS (version 12.1). Everything when well execpt one thing.
The OS can’t read the Netgear ethernet card (Netgear Ethernet PCI Adadpter GA311).
First, I have the ethernet card’s drivers cd. Using the OS, how do I install the driver.
Second, if this driver doesn’t work. Or, the installation is unsucessful,
where on the internet should I look for a good functioning driver?

Thank You,
Lleo72g

Open a terminal
Post result of

/sbin/lspci -nnk

If you are dual booting with Windows, it is suggested that you power down your PC, leave it off for a few minutes, then power back up and go straight into openSUSE and see if that makes any difference. Do this any time you are going from Windows to running openSUSE. I found a link about this in openSUSE 11.4 here:

SDB:Realtek 8169 driver problem - openSUSE

I don’t know that it has been fixed in 12.1, but perhaps it has not. I also wonder, since this network adapter is not said to even work with Linux, if a different network adapter might not be a better solution?

Thank You,

OS won’t read Netgear ethernet card. Part Two.

I do not have open SuSE operating system with Windows OS.
SuSe is on the hard drive, all by itself.

Thank You,
Lleo72g

OS won’t read Netgear ethernet card. Part Two.
This is my first time using SuSE operating system.

I need insturction on how to open a terminal post?

Thank You ,
Lleo72g

lspci_all.mpeg - YouTube

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