Date Added:Nov. 09, 2001
Downloads Last Week:13
In it's day, the 3COM Etherlink adapters were the gold standard. If you've got earlier versions of Windows, this is the card.
Does not work with Windows 7
ease of use, workedwith xp
none yet that i can tell
very good product took very little time to install, set up with no problem
good job done by it.
Made a list to download all the required drivers and lucky none of them troubled.
I tried disk 1 but couldnt get to a windows xp option so gave up.
i ran both setup files an put em both on seprate flopy disk. an when i go 2 search for driver update, it detects the files on the 1st flopy disk an instals em. but it doesnt tel me anything bout puting n disk 2. after my computer restarts my old drivers r stil instaled. i tried puting both setup files n the 3com folder an doing detect driver update an specified 3com folder. but after my computer restarted i stil had old driver updates instaled. iv ginven up on this. i just cant get it. i have windows ME. if anybody can help me my emil. Thanx
Would love to try it, but I'm too afraid that I'll botch it up!
Having completed your scan and you advising that I should get the latest updates, not knowing whether I had a FTP or a HTTP made it impossible to decide - if you are going to suggest update bear in mind that some people out in the real world know nothing of what happens inside the hard case of your computer - therefore the most simplest of instructions are needed.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.3com.com|
|Release Date||November 09, 2001|
|Date Added||November 09, 2001|
|Operating Systems||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Additional Requirements||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Downloads Last Week||13|