Since you’ve already submitted a review for this product, this submission will be added as an update to your original review. I’ve always just stuck with them for my legacy builds because I was used to them. They “just work” but I have no idea how these compare to other cards. Flaming or offending other users. Advertisements or commercial links. You are logged in as. 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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Windows 95 And Windows 98 – 3com 3CC-TX-M User Manual [Page 47]
They are actually Base cards with “Base compatibility”, whatever that means. Unfortunately, Win9x does not have built-in drivers for these. Funny you should mention the 3Com 3CTX. Discussion about old PC hardware. Starting about 5 years ago, that laptop was unstable. Paint Shop Pro 3. And you can buy them for next to nothing.
3Com Fast EtherLink 3C90x NIC
Note that your submission may not appear immediately on our site. 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. Sexually explicit or offensive language. I can’t believe how badly that problem eluded me.
PM me for more details. Finally under some but only a minority linux boot discs, I saw some interesting error messages. 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. Please submit your review for Network: If you install the Intel utilities then they also have lots of configuration options, but honestly that’s rarely useful.
Fairly fast and have drivers available for Windows 3. Be careful with these, because they aren’t actually Base cards. Your message has been reported and will be reviewed by our staff.
Return to General Old Hardware. Since you’ve already submitted a review for this product, this submission will be added as an update to your original review. Click on the following links for the driver package readme info: At some point I swapped to 3cs, various versions, and they seem trouble free for 98,xp. I looked in some Intel datasheets and confirmed that it supports more than what the linux driver exposes.
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. Thank You for Submitting a Reply,! I swapped out the card and the laptop has been stable ever since. You are logged in as.
For my rather modern rigs, I just use the onboard NIC. I’ve purchased 4 from this seller so far and just about to buy another.
That laptop has both 3Com and Intel cards available, so from now on I prefer the 3Com. They “just wln98 but I have no idea how these compare to other cards. The Dos drivers for this card are also regularly updated with the latest official Intel When I first started to network my PCs, I bought these cards because they were cheaper than most others.
Users browsing this forum: I didn’t want to use “magic packet”, but that’s all the linux driver enables.