I am surprised it is not supported by windows 7 natively Anyone tried this and worked? Is there any luck to get this to work? It most likely has the! Is driver available anywhere?

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It’s for the 3C, but also says that 3c095 compatible with the 3cb-tx That may or may not work since 3COM has a number of NICs that are labled 3xb, but have different suffixes. You might try the ones on this page: Proposed as answer by coldsfoot Thursday, October 13, You should be looking for something like: Anyone tried this and worked? Sign in to vote.

Get a new card for win x644 You got 10 good years out of it Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility. Now, I just switched to Win 7 x64, and I surfed the web for like 3 days now, I couldn’t find any driver for this card that would work on x64 based system. Find your network adapter.


Thanks for the tip. Thanks it’s 3c90 solution. This driver work properly windows 7 Form: Monday, April 16, 3: Works also for Server R2. I don’t know why, but this NIC has driver on bit windows. Jul 22, Messages: Thanks for the tip!

Download 3Com Etherlink XL 10/ PCI NIC/3CC – MajorGeeks

Thursday, December 3, 7: You must login or register to post a reply. Monday, March 12, 5: Works in Windows Multipoint Server Premium as well.

Friday, December 30, The driver will be generic at best and will not enable best performance assuming x46 you get it to work. I am using ultimate 64bit and the ethernet is working well so far, windows demoted Nvidia on board ethernet to the 2 spot.

3C905 driver for 64 bit win 7 or Vista

OldBuzzardOct 31, TipstaffOct 30, Friday, November 20, 9: Tuesday, July 12, 8: 3c90 you find it there, click on it, cross your fingers, and install it. My name is Ivan, Brasilian, and recently I’ve installed windows 7. Please if you have any link then you are welcomed to share.


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