Thank You for Submitting a Reply,! It works on I had no problem with a that driver in every Vista Build until the one before public Beta 2 Flaming or offending other users. I’m on Vista, and the driver works and that makes it lol a Vista driver. I’ve read all the posts and still haven’t solved my problem.
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3Com 3CC Network Card – Windows Vista
Sexually explicit or offensive language. So fortunately, I had an extra card, which was a D-Link.
Using a dual boot made it very easy to do this–and I installed the driver and it works perfectly on Vista. All you need is some money. Note that your submission may not appear immediately on our site.
I can give you a few imaginary links on the range Cowboy.
I’ve used the drivers for that 3 Com card since Vista hatched beta builds, and I am using the same driver in the current build and it works perfectly.
It did not boot up in Vista for some reason, so I installed it. This “I doubt since the card is old” is about as bright as saying a heart is 30 years old so it won’t pump with a normal EKG but it did at age Thank You for Submitting a Reply,! One trick to getting in the driver is that when you run the Hardware Wizard to install the driver whether you run it from a right click at Dev Mgmt or the Hardware Wizard that you tell it you will pick the location and browse to where you have downloaded the driver.
CowboyJMB Jun 13, It works on Dotcom– “Do I really want to get something that old to install”? All I see for cards are: My NIC card works perfectly on Vista.
Network:3C905C-TXM Ethernet Adaptor Driver
That card will not work with Vista. Anyone solve this problem??
3Com 3C905C Network Card
My card driver didn’t load with the install ofand it’s always inconvenient 3f905c you need a driver but can’t surf the net to get it. Unless the “B” is vastly different from the “C”, the XP driver works fine. Your message has been reported and will be reviewed by our staff. There is no fictional “waiting” that you invoke. Thats odd because my 3com connection is working with Vistaall I did was start the a new network wizard and pointed at my cd rom which I have a older driver for the previous windowsafterward I saw a option to choose 3com which I didthen afterwards I was connectedThen I went to microsoft update site using Vista and did a scan for updates which it show one for 3 comI have no problems with 3com and Vista “Mark D.
What doesn’t work fine are the multiple features that MSFT seems to have a complete 3c905v ear about and plans to ship broken. You must log in or register to reply here.
It took a lot of serious deliberation to come up with the folder name. I had no problem with a that driver in every Vista Build until the one before public Beta 2 It works fine on XP and it works fine on Vista. Ignore that response, I grabbed the wrong message to reply to.
In this case, 3Com is at fault for not giving the software to Microsoft.