OK, maybe I didn’t try hard enough but after seeing the latest date on it I thought to myself Thank You for Submitting Your Review,! Dotcom– “Do I really want to get something that old to install”? Advertisements or commercial links. Thank You for Submitting a Reply,! A few years doesn’t mean jack squat as to whether a driver will work on Vista. Promote cracked software, or other illegal content.
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Using a dual boot made it very easy to do this–and I installed the driver and it works perfectly on Vista.
Chris Jones has told them he wants it out the door whatever gets slapped together and ships. Rick Rogers Jun 13, It seems that a lot of people jump to conclusions a little too rapidly about drivers that won’t work in Vista. Thank You for Submitting a Reply,! I have Vista smoking on my box–and it works fine.
3Com 3C905C Network Card
Fortunately with a dual boot, you have an OS that can do that for you on the box. Unless the “B” is vastly different from the “C”, the XP driver works fine.
So fortunately, I had an extra card, which was a D-Link. I think that’s a kind of dilemma.
3Com 3CC Network Card – Windows Vista
Advertisements or commercial links. That is nothing less than unacceptable and it never should have been comported that way by seasoned developers and highly paid product managers at Redmond MSFT.
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That didn’t work, and I also tried a driver from DriverGuide. You can wait around and see if 3Com ever develops any but I doubt it since that card is old. I had to run down to office supply store any buy a new card. Thread starter mindspin Start date Vixta 13, Click on the following links for the driver package readme info: Dotcom– “Do I really want visfa get something that old to install”?
When someone goes to XP it wipes out Restore points on their Vista boot. Anyone solve this problem??
Enter the e-mail address of the recipient Add your own personal message: On every box for every build of Vista since the original one, I didn’t have a NIC card problem until and when it didn’t load it simply occured to me to get a driver.
Home Windows Drivers Network Drivers 3cc. I got my driver that is working fine on Vista from here if I remember correctly: Code 10 I also get this for the 3C version which is supposed to be compatible After I close this, the network adapter shows up in device manager under the network adapter category, but it still doesn’t work When I ping in cmd prompt, I get: