Not an IT pro? Tuesday, March 2, Monday, September 5, 2: Saturday, March 24, 5: Thank You very much for finding and posting this. I have one of these running in a P system.

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Therefore, I have a strong preference for anything that has built-in drivers with the OS. It’s a major pain when you can’t get them off the network because you don’t have network drivers. I can’t believe how badly that problem eluded me.

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Sunday, November 27, 3: Saturday, August 10, 1: I actually swapped the whole motherboard and tested the hard drive multiple times, ran memtest86, swapped power supplies, and couldn’t find any explanation for why it was acting up. Sunday, November 6, 4: Tuesday, March 20, 5: Tuesday, July 12, 8: Tuesday, January 17, Sign in to vote.


Wednesday, June 10, 3: Thursday, January 26, 7: There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. Saturday, December 29, 6: And you can buy them for next to nothing. I suspect the driver is actually an XP driver, as that was the last OS to natively support the 3C Proposed as answer by coldsfoot Thursday, October 13, I seem to recall it not working in the bit version of XP either.

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Edited by Roberto77z Monday, March 12, 5: Thanks it’s good solution. Unfortunately, Win9x does not have built-in drivers for these. Friday, November 20, 9: What does code10 mean? Wednesday, July 24, 1: The other options come up as unsupported. I’m in the same situation!

Thank You very much for finding and posting this. One negative I’ve encountered is that the linux driver for the x doesn’t seem to support all of it’s WOL modes. Tuesday, December 27, 3: As long as i can get wincows and they’re working reliably I personally don’t care what brand they are. I’m sure there’s lots of good options that are just as well supported, and if you use Win95, widows something older would be needed.


We could make a “benchmark” list or something with transfer speed and memory requirements of each card! Monday, July 6, Windoows terribly working well!!

By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. The driver options under Windows are a bit better in this respect.