3COM ETHERLINK III XP DRIVER
Back to Windows Legacy OS forum 14 total posts. They work just fine and see no need to settle for CDRW drives. I need some benchmark time at Poughkeepsie!!! Below the result of my older system with an NEcompatible network adapter: Message 9 of I like to google the ID and sometimes it gives me some useful info and a link to the drivers.
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Windows XP no longer supports ISA Non Plug & Play Network Adapters !
Sorry but the details and any “do this” is not in these posts yet. I need some benchmark time at Poughkeepsie!!!
If you want it, I can zip it up and attach it below. I’d install Linux since I won’t have to deal with it and it will work. I found this on the Net and it’s almost overwhelming like going back to work and writng code. This topic has been archived. Message 7 of This was helpful 0. I have spent about three hours trying to find an XP driver for the above network board.
Dumped the 95B LAN project. Message 3 of I believe you are the person who warned me about these kinds of drives. Advertisements or commercial links. Update 95B to 98SE.
Cleaning the drive doesn’t help. Unfortunately they did not produce any useful drivers and I suspect that they were all too old to come from that era. I scanned it with Microsoft Security Essentials and it doesn’t report etherilnk it is a virus. Over 1, fellow IT Pros are already on-board, don’t be left out! I did get the hardware ID for the board I have installed in the XP machine and which is crying out for a driver.
Please try again now or at a later time. Thanks for all the info! However, the connection status shows packets sent but none received.
It is attached under Attachments below. You can try it and see. Discussions cover Windows Server, Windows installation, adding and removing programs, driver problems, crashes, upgrading, and other OS-related questions.
3Com EtherLink III ISA (3C509/3C509b) in ISA mode
Without debugging experience, I don’t know if this is correct. After changing to static addresses per the J.
I can’t disassemble it to explore its contents and since it is an exe file, it could be etjerlink virus. Download, unzip and run the exe file and I sure hope it isn’t some malware. I’ve been replacing such with It’s a detailed explanation for using Win 98 Networking. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post.
Below the result of my older system with an NEcompatible network adapter: This is not a crisis but an affirmation of giant advacements.