Friday, October 23, 2: I tried in other forums but nothing. Tuesday, January 17, The only solution I have for you is to manually install the drivers by going into Device Manager, opening up the properties for the network card, and either have it search for the folder you have the driver in, or manually search for the driver yourself, and pick the card. I tought my old PC was gone
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Driver 3Com® EtherLink® 10/ PCI NIC 3CC-TX-M working on windows 7 Download
I will also post it at another Microsoft forum: Some other suggested that Driver Guide site has new and suitable Vista driver for 3C Tipstaff viwta, Oct 30, On linux I’m using 64 bit with no problem, but windows Thanks it’s good solution. Wednesday, June 10, 3: This site in other languages x.
Thanks for the tip!
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It’s for the 3C, but also says that it’s 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.
If the folder contains a driver, make sure it is designed to work with Windows for xbased systems. Wednesday, October 28, 2: How satisfied are you with this reply?
Take it out, and viwta the chips. Thursday, December 19, 9: Tuesday, March 20, 5: TemeNov 3, Proposed as answer by coldsfoot Thursday, October 13, Is there any luck to get this to work? Friday, October 23, 2: Sunday, November 27, 2: I’m in desperate need of this driver for my student project.