Posted by WeeIrishDevil on 24 Aug 8: Does anyone know how I can find the correct drivers for the cards and also get them up and running? Login to post Please use English characters only. As long as i can get drivers and they’re working reliably I personally don’t care what brand they are. 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. Posted by WeeIrishDevil on 23 Aug 3: Hopefully that’s all been resolved.
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Get the drivers from 3coms website www. It’s worth a thousand words. I have a small stack of network cards, but never tried anything else than Realtek cards in DOS. It turns out there was some known, subtle firmware glitch in the mini-PCI Intel network cards that caused them to continue working, but lock up the host machine randomly. In my 7 box I use a Xeno Killer NIC, though reviews on the web mostly conclude the supposed extra games performance of these is hype.
Go to hp site to search for the missing drivers.
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Hopefully that’s all been resolved.
Select type of offense: The cards came without any driver and setup instruction. When I first started to network my PCs, I bought these cards because they were cheaper than most others. What about ISA slot network cards? You can’t post conmments that contain an email address.
3Com 3C905CX User Manual: Installing The Driver In Windows 98; Windows Nt 4.0
Starting about 5 years ago, that laptop was unstable. Login or create an account to post a review. Finally under some but only a minority linux boot discs, I saw some interesting error messages. At some point I swapped to 3cs, various versions, and they seem trouble free for 98,xp.
Paint Shop Pro 3. For ISA I always used an etherlink iii plus, but I got an older card, long one with a lot of discrete components, that sometimes works [bad contact or cracked solder I think] some etherlink ii version I think.
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Les Dickinson Level 3 Expert Answers. They are actually Base cards with “Base compatibility”, whatever that means. I have to say that it let me down.
You have posted to a forum that requires a moderator to approve posts before they are publicly available. For PCI desktops I like the Intel and based cards because, well, I bought a bunch of them on Ebay for cheap a few years ago.
Latest Windows 98 Thank You for Submitting a Reply,! Judging from the model numbers you gave you should have all PCI cards so that proboby wont be an issue.