3COM 3C905C DOS DRIVER
PM me for more details. 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. I have one of these running in a P system. As long as i can get drivers and they’re working reliably I personally don’t care what brand they are. Strange how they keep updating the Dos drivers though.
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If you install the Intel utilities then they also have lots of configuration options, but honestly that’s rarely useful. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. Mon May 11, 6: After googling into some old obscure web discussions, those messages led to an answer.
You wouldn’t be posting here if you did. Last edited by tayyare on Beyond 95, pci nics seem to work without issue as far as I found. Be careful with these, because they aren’t actually Base cards.
It has reserved pins which are the programming voltage and program enable and it repurposes other pins when program enable is asserted. The driver c3om under Windows are a bit better in this respect. The Dos drivers for this card are also regularly updated with the latest official Intel Ars Tribunus Angusticlavius et Subscriptor.
Problems with 3Com 3C905B, 3C905C, and 3C920 network interface cards
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. Thanks for the responses so far. I swapped out the card and the laptop has been stable ever since.
Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor. I have quite a few different ones 3clm around, including a 3CB. Jan 21, Posts: It’s a major pain when you can’t get them off the network because you don’t have network drivers. This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. Fairly fast and have drivers available for Windows 3.
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I have a small stack of network cards, but never tried anything else than Realtek cards in DOS. Paint Shop Pro 3.
This has never been publically documented and your chances of having a compatible EEPROM burner are zero You bought the prepackaged chips directly from 3com even if you were a card maker, which you weren’t, because 3com made most of its own cards: They “just work” but I have no idea how these compare to other cards.
I didn’t want to use “magic packet”, but that’s all the linux driver enables. Unfortunately, Win9x does not have built-in drivers for these. Now, I don’t remember exactly how, but as I posted back then and as my memory serves, I know I did do it and it did work. I am aware that you could order in 3cBs with whatever valid MAC you specified, for a substantial extra fee. I can’t believe how badly that problem eluded me.
But for a retro game machine, it doesn’t matter.