3COM ETHERLINK VISTA DRIVER

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Vista found ethsrlink just fine! How to Install Drivers After you have found the right driver for your device and operating system, follow these simple instructions to install it. Not an IT pro? Unless the “B” is vastly different from the “C”, the XP driver works fine.

Have you tried contacting 3Com? Can you possibly send me the driver? All I see for cards are: A driver that works on Vista is a Vista driver pure and simple. How I download it,please help Double click the driver download to extract it.

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Win 98Win 95 File Version: Show me where there is. Etberlink I went to run Vista though, it wouldn’t install the card at all. Proposed as answer by coldsfoot Thursday, October 13, Thursday, October 13, Sign in to vote. I’m in the same situation! Saturday, August 14, If it’s “old” it’s no good.

3Com 3C905C Network Card

Tuesday, January vsita, They are cheap enough. Chad Harris Jun 14, Chris Jones has told them he wants it out the door whatever gets slapped together and ships.

I’ve read all the posts and still haven’t solved my problem. Rick Rogers Jun 13, Works on Win 7 64!

3Com 3CC Network Card | Vista Forums

I had a 3CC in my rig. When someone goes to XP it wipes out 3cok points on their Vista boot. It’s bit for XP and he wants this to work in x Works also for Server R2. I think that’s a kind of dilemma. Thanks for the tip! Power off your device.

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In this case, 3Com is at fault for not giving the software to Microsoft. Is this a onboard chipset?