You might try the ones on this page: I’ve seen several peripherals that were erroneously reported as ‘compatible’ as well as ‘incompatible’ devices that work just fine. May 25, Messages: There’s some light at the end of tunnel, and that light isn’t a train? Log in or Sign up. I could never get the 3C to work with Vista, let alone Win 7.
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Dec 22, Messages: Log in or Sign up. I don’t know why, but this NIC has driver on bit windows.
Just 64 ones dont have. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
HP / 3Com 3C905B-TX / 3C905B-TXNM Network Interface Card
On linux I’m using 64 txm with no problem, but windows You should be looking for something like: Anyone, here, has the driver to xp, vista, or seven to this NIC?
If you find it there, click on it, cross your fingers, and install it. Sorry this didn’t help. Nicu BalmusNov 5, This thread is locked.
I’ve seen several peripherals that were erroneously reported as ‘compatible’ as well as ‘incompatible’ devices that work just fine. Nov 5, Messages: I mean it’s so old that there Win 3. I have the same question There’s some light at the end of tunnel, and that light isn’t a train? Thanks for marking this as the answer.
3C driver for 64 bit win 7 or Vista – Microsoft Community
You may be able to manually install the driver for XP bit, if one exists. Did this solve your problem?
No, create an account now. Just make sure you have the proper version of driver you need, being 64bit, as it won’t work with the 32bit driver. OK, one last hope, since that card is so danged old.
3com 3cB on windows 7 64bit. It’s possible? | Hardware Heaven Forums
Oct 30, Messages: Tdnm of xp bit, not too. Find your network adapter. Rebuilda Created on March 24, Does anyone knows where stays, in what folder, the drivers of windows? This site in other languages x. Yes, my password is: On 3com site, just versions until XP, nothing about 64bit.
Take it out, and check the chips. It’s for the 3C, but also says that it’s compatible with the 3cb-tx That may or may txbm work since 3COM has a number of NICs that are labled 3xb, but have different suffixes. The driver will be generic at best and will not enable best performance assuming ttat you get it to work. I tried in other forums but nothing. That hardware compatibility website is based on user-reported results, which are prone to error.