You’ll find many other network cards will work too, providing they are based on the same chipset as one of the included drivers. This driver only seems to work on some boards, and not others??? Everything I’ve come up says Windows 95, 98, , and even XP. Here’s an older picture of it when it was in my main sound system: If you’d like, I could pull the VRM and take a picture of, if you want to see the other side of it. I’ve been curious about Descent’s networking ability as well, between machines.
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If you’d like, I could pull the VRM and take a picture of, if you want to see the other side of it. These can’t be auto-detected. Everything I’ve come up says Etyerlink 95, 98,and even 3com etherlink iii dos.
Not sure on VRAM amount. I’ll try it as soon as I get home! This is very common for many cheaper network cards!
Then upon booting the disk, manually select which driver to load. Return to General Old Hardware.
Pioneer SX, fully serviced! Anyway, I am sure some folks are curious to the system itself, so here are some pictures. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here.
This driver only seems to work on some boards, and 3com etherlink iii dos others??? Only the popular PCI Cards are autodetected!
This disk will provide the DOS networking and drivers to allow the mapping of a network drive containing your imaging software and files.
Supported DOS Network Cards/Chipsets
Most people use this bootdisk for “Ghosting” PC’s over a network connection. Here’s a picture of the board with the VRM installed, outside of the case.
3com etherlink iii dos Holy crap, I just noticed in the pictures Do you have one or are you running the DX4 at 5v? Currently 98 different 3dom card drivers all included, all on the single 1. Autodetected Speed Mode Often found onboard some motherboards. However there is some less popular PCI cards on the disk which aren’t autodetected.
The file you need is 3C5X9X.
3com Etherlink 3C (TP)
Behind the 4 pin molex connector on the first picture above, in my original post. This sometimes adds a lot of confusion to the process of selecting the right driver. This isn’t the only silver-faced beauty I own, either. It’s designed for use in Microsoft networking environments, on either peer-to-peer or domain based LANs.
Reply with quote Re: This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. I checked out 3com etherlink iii dos Vogons’ driver data base, and came up empty handed for anything network related, but it was super nice for the GPU drivers! Here’s an older picture of it when it was in my main sound system: This site hosts 3com etherlink iii dos abandonware.
3Com EtherLink III PCI Combo Specs – CNET
If a network card does not autodetect, then it’s a good idea to look on the network card itself to cos what type of chipset it uses. Of course this still relies on the fact the the bootdisk needs the latest driver, so the latest cards 3com etherlink iii dos will still work.
Users browsing this forum: I’ve been curious about Descent’s networking ability as well, between machines. While all these drivers should work, I don’t have access to every card myself for testing.
Some network cards uunfortunately have the same name or very similar names, yet use a totally different driver.