3COM 3C905-TX WINDOWS 98 DRIVER
I looked in some Intel datasheets and confirmed that it supports more than what the linux driver exposes. If you’d like to participate, join us. Sunday, November 8, 4: Saturday, November 10, 4: Posted by rlanthony on 24 Aug
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Thursday, January 26, 8: The driver works very well for my Windows 7 bit.
I suspect the driver is actually an 3c905-xt driver, as that was the last OS to natively support the 3C Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility https: I looked in some Intel datasheets and confirmed that it supports more than what the linux driver exposes. Edited by Semen Semenych Thursday, December 19, 9: Sunday, November 6, 4: Never had any issues and have all arrived brand new and sealed. I’m sure there’s lots of good options that are just as well supported, and if you use Win95, maybe something older would be needed.
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3ccom Sunday, November 27, 2: Works also for Server R2. Edited by golub1 Wednesday, July 24, 1: Discussion about old PC hardware. Funny you should mention the 3Com 3CTX. Saturday, December 29, 6: Some of the elements of quick installation and setup just didn’t exist or were rather clumsey for the 3C Thursday, November 5, There’s a funky way I had to install it.
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Tuesday, C3905-tx 17, Posted by rsmither on 5 Jul 8: I tought my old PC was gone I’ve a pc that a can’t get the drivers to install It’s a major pain when you can’t get them off the network because you don’t have network drivers.
Thanks for the tip!
Sorted my problem with testing TMG on an old machine! Works in Windows Multipoint Server Premium as well.
The cards came without any driver and setup instruction. Im on win7 64 and when I point it to that inf file I get the error The folder you specified doesn’t contain a compatible software driver for your device. For Win7 64bit you have to install manually a compatible driver within in the driver collection of Win7: My P3 era Thinkpad also had a similar Intel card in it, I’m not sure exactly what chip it’s based on but it uses the same x driver.
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