3com 509B-TPO Driver
B-TPO $75* B-COMBO $95* B-COAX $90 TP-PCI $* COMBO $* TX/ $* B-TPPCMCI $ 3Com 8 BIT TP $30*. Except, I've been considering putting one of my 3Com EtherLink 3CB-TPO adapters in, but I just can't find drivers, or at least the right. from time to time without obligation on the part of 3Com Corporation to 3Com, the 3Com logo, EtherDisk, EtherLink, EtherLink II, and EtherLink Plus are.
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3com 509B-TPO Driver
3com 509B-TPO Try to disable everything you don't need in the bios and launch 3c5x9cfg under MS-DOS without anything started, maybe it uses an IRQ already in use and so it conflicts with something 3com 509B-TPO that makes 3c5x9cfg unable to detect it. I too have had experience with Windows 98 "just working" with hardware like this.
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I did remove all other peripherals when I tried this earlier, but just remembered I didn't 3com 509B-TPO the onboard audio. I have one in my jazzed upand it works fine, but I've lost interest in horsing around with it for the time being. Icons, wallpapers, and typical Oldternet nonsense. Before truely declaring it dead, I might throw it in the oven for a last ditch 3com 509B-TPO that DIY reflow might fix something For some it's fast, for some it's slow.
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Re: 3Com 509B Ethernet card working in Windows but not in Linux
Visit the following 3com 509B-TPO I guess I dunno, this is all very very complicated compared to Windows, that's for sure. I've experienced the same problems with the 3c card.
My final solution was disabling Kudzu on 3com 509B-TPO. I don't know why, but this always solves the problems for me.
So, if you can't bear to loose kudzu on boot, then you might want to give this a try. Hope that helps. Hmmm ok Seems I have a new problem. 3com 509B-TPO
Linux disappeared, or grubloader got overwritten in the MBR or something. I reinstalled W98 on my c: 3com 509B-TPO to get grubloader back in there?
Then if i do, how do you, do, what you suggested, 3com 509B-TPO exactly how do you disable something at boot up? Thanks Kyle.
See if this helps; http: Find More Posts by comprookie View Blog. Thanks folks! See my other thread for solution, thanks to all that helped! 3com 509B-TPO
Which is the most logical solution? Thanks again folks!
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I am now replying in Linux! Isn't this a beautiful thing when an idiot like 3com 509B-TPO can get a dual boot system up in an evening LOL To resolve the eth0 not connected to the net, I chose run Interactive boot, and said "N" to using kudzu, and everything seemed to work nicely.