Friday, November 7, 7: Monday, July 6, 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. Thank You very much for finding and posting this. Wednesday, October 28, 2:
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Please help the link above does not work for me.
3Com 3C905C-TX.zip Free Driver Download
They “just work” but I have no idea how these compare to other cards. Not an IT pro? Unfortunately, Win9x does not have built-in drivers for these.
One negative I’ve encountered is winsows the linux driver for the x doesn’t seem to support all of it’s WOL modes. It’s terribly working well!!
I suspect the driver is actually an XP driver, as that was the last OS 3comm natively support the 3C Tuesday, March 20, 5: Tuesday, September 13, I tought my old PC was gone And you can buy them for next to nothing.
If you install the Intel utilities then they also have lots of configuration options, but honestly that’s rarely useful.
wlndows I have a small stack of network cards, but never tried anything else than Realtek cards in DOS. Monday, April 16, 3: Sunday, March 17, I also have a Zyxel GN gigabit adapter with windows 95 and 98 compatibility but never tried it yet. This driver work properly windows 7 Form: Latest Windows 98 After googling into some old obscure web discussions, those messages led to an answer.
I’m in desperate need of this driver for my student project. Windows 7 IT Pro. Wednesday, June 10, 3: Paint Shop Pro 3.
Its part of the drivers in the OS. Works also for Server R2. Users browsing this forum: Edited by Roberto77z Monday, March 12, 5: Saturday, May 9, 9: I seem to recall it not working in the bit version of XP either.
3Com Free Driver Download for Windows 95 () –
Last edited by tayyare on For Win7 64bit you have to install manually a compatible driver within in the driver collection of Win7: Saturday, November 10, 4: When I first started to network my PCs, I bought these cards because they were cheaper than windoas others. Here is what I found so far about some 3COM network card models. I have one of these running in a P system.