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I did remove all other peripherals when I tried this earlier, but just remembered I didn’t disable the onboard audio. I recall having many issues running one of my etherlink under DOS and windows 95, but under 98, since it installed everything needed, it was perfectly fine and I could configure it and thus checking that it was fine. 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 else that makes 3c5x9cfg unable to detect it. I too have had experience with Windows 98 “just working” with hardware like this. Users browsing this forum: Basement full of ancient PC stuff, starting to go through it.
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This disk works with my cards: I have a 3co, blaster in the slot above and it’s just fine. Like having corroded contacts that may require several attempts of replugging to the slot.
As you have them anyway give them a go. Those are ISA cards aren’t they? And which resources are thet configured for? Only users with topic management privileges can see it. You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.
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Try swabbing the end 3coj. Icons, wallpapers, and typical Oldternet nonsense. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. But in any event: They can be a real pain to get to work properly on FreeBSD as well, if you search the m0n0wall list archives there is info there.
Before truely declaring it dead, I might throw it in the oven for a last ditch effort that DIY reflow might fix something I don’t think the card is defective. Basement full of ancient PC stuff, starting to go through it.
Set it manually to something sensible, having done that move it to the destination system, and treat it as non-PnP, so reserve the resources you configured in BIOS and it should work, assuming the BIOS actually does what you tell it and you don’t have any other non-PnP devices set to conflicting resources.
I did remove all other peripherals when I tried this earlier, but just remembered I didn’t disable the onboard audio. I recall having many issues running one 3ccom my etherlink under DOS and windows 95, but under 3xom, since it installed everything needed, it was perfectly fine and I could configure it and thus checking that it was fine.
3Com Etherlink III 3C509 ISA Network Interface Card (nic) With Coax (10b2)
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Return to General Old Hardware. Thank you Cheers, Liam. In what to one race is no time at all, another race can rise and fall If it is blown though I might be afraid about why its blown Most 3ckm toyed with DOS era stuff 15 years ago, so memory might be rusty.
This site hosts no abandonware. Should I avoid them entirely? Not sure if that is meaningful or not I guess off to the toaster oven