OldBuzzard , Oct 30, If you find that then: I could never get the 3C to work with Vista, let alone Win 7. Teme , Nov 3, The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. How satisfied are you with this reply? Advertisements or commercial links.
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I tried in other forums but nothing.
3Com 10/100 Managed NIC 3C905CX-TX-M
Rebuilda Created on March 24, You might try the ones on this page: How satisfied are you with this response? Find your network adapter. Does anyone knows where stays, in what folder, the drivers of windows?
I’ve read the page but can’t down the arquive. Click on the following links for the driver package readme info: Please submit your review for 3cc. Nicu BalmusNov 5, There’s some light at the end of tunnel, and that light isn’t a train?
Do you already have an account? 3c90 you find it there, click on it, cross your fingers, and install it.
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On linux I’m using 64 bit with no problem, but windows I have the same question Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Version of xp bit, windowd too.
It most likely has the! OldBuzzardOct 30, This site in other languages x.
Your name or email address: Take it out, and check the chips. Home Windows Drivers Network Drivers 3cc.
3Com 10/ Managed NIC 3CCX-TX-M Driver – TechSpot
I remember this working for Vista, and it might for Windows 7 too. The driver will be generic at best and will not enable best performance assuming ttat you get it to work. In reply to Mike Hall The only solution I have for you is to manually install the drivers by going into Device Manager, opening up the properties for the network card, and either have it search for the folder you have the driver in, or manually search for windws driver yourself, and pick the card.
I’ve seen several peripherals that were erroneously reported as ‘compatible’ as well as ‘incompatible’ devices that work just fine.