My earlier curiosity found it using google. Well it says in your post: Also had a d-link that was trouble free, and an intel one. Strange how they keep updating the Dos drivers though. Not every 3Com Card can be changed. Intel Pro S is a server adapter, and my personal favorite.
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I’m sure any sort of virtual environment ds not work for this, but thanks for the idea. Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor.
Vos 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. Unfortunately I didn’t have any luck with the B either.
I’ve always just stuck with them for my legacy builds because I was used to them. Unfortunately, Win9x does not have built-in drivers for these.
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.
Can anyone provide dod more details on the procedure? Mon May 11, 7: Mon May 11, 8: So maybe HellDiver’s site at the time paid more to buy models with that feature enabled.
Index of /pub/windows/drivers/Rede/3Com/3c905/Novo/MSLANMAN.DOS/DRIVERS/ETHERNET/EL90X
When I first started to network my PCs, I bought these cards because they were cheaper than most others. We just happen to have numerous 3c905v cards in the bone yard and also the EtherDisks, so I thought I could make a couple of spares without doing much work.
In the 3cC, the program enable pin was used for something else I forget what and to maintain MAC integrity, the program voltage was not connected in the package. Does the network card have to be 3COM? 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.
This is what was wrong for all that time. Be careful with these, because they aren’t actually Base cards.
It’s been, what, 7 years since I posted that. It’s a c3om pain when you can’t get them off the network because you don’t have network drivers. I’ve purchased 4 from this seller so far and just about to buy another. Paint Shop Pro 3. At some point I swapped to 3cs, various versions, and they seem trouble free for 98,xp.
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I’ve got the same problem as the originator of that post, CADdie, and I happen to be locked to a dying 3Com card. They “just work” but I have no idea how these compare to other cards. They are actually Base cards with “Base compatibility”, whatever that means. 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.
Discussion about old PC hardware. I distinctly remember changing MAC addresses, so it definitely can be done, sorry to tell you H but for once you’re wrong. I don’t have a clue how it was done, other that what I posted back in The Dos drivers for this card are also regularly updated with the latest official Intel I don’t imagine it was massively difficult if you have the correct card.
It is out there earlier. Andrewcw, I think your questions are directed at me. One negative I’ve encountered is that the linux driver 39c05c the x doesn’t seem to support all of it’s WOL modes.