Tuesday, December 27, 3: For Win7 64bit you have to install manually a compatible driver within in the driver collection of Win7: The driver works very well for my Windows 7 bit. Please if you have any link then you are welcomed to share. Edited by golub1 Wednesday, July 24, 1: Friday, March 9, 1:
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3c905ttx Sorry man but this doesn’t appear to work on Win7 Ultimate 64 bits. I will also post it at another Microsoft forum: Edited by golub1 Wednesday, July 24, 1: Tuesday, July 12, 8: Wednesday, June 10, 3: Thursday, November 5, Saturday, January 30, Dig through the Realtek stuff till you find the one he listed.
Proposed as answer by coldsfoot Thursday, October 13, Worked like a charm. Please if you have any link then you are welcomed to share.
Windows 7 IT Pro. Wednesday, July 24, 1: Monday, November 16, 7: Just hope they work.
Saturday, December 29, 6: It’s terribly working well!! I suspect the driver is actually 3c905hx XP driver, as that was the last OS to natively support the 3C Thursday, December 3, 7: Tuesday, March 2, Monday, April 16, 3: Saturday, March 24, 5: If the folder contains a driver, make sure it is designed to work with Windows for xbased systems.
Anyone tried this and worked?
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For Win7 64bit you have to install manually a compatible driver within in the driver collection of Win7: Sunday, November 6, 4: Thursday, October 13, I’ll direct people to this thread wundows they are having problems with that hardware. Sunday, November 8, 4: Works on Win 7 64! I’m in the same situation!
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