Users browsing this forum: Can this card work in a 8-bit slot? Networking Data Transfer Rate. If not, then you probably require an appropriate setup program for each that is, settings are maintained in an NVRAM chip. You will have to use the original driver. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. Here’s an older picture of it when it was in my main sound system:

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Pioneer SX, fully serviced! Now i look for an older card. I guess there is a lot of 3c out there even more then PC-XT’s available so if someone did a port it would be used to get alot of vintage NIC networking, i can see it is not much code but probably alot of knowledge that would have to go into it.

Gaming by Lori Grunin Dec 13, Return to General Old Hardware. I was unable to find anything older than drivers, and thusly couldn’t verify if it was ehherlink in my 8-bit slots on my Where and how much should one pay for one.

This site hosts no abandonware. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion. If that jumper 3cim removed the card wouldn’t be generating IRQs at all. A real IRQ allocation test would require hooking up to all hardware interrupts, somehow making the device to generate an interrupt, and checking what interrupt got triggered.


I hope at least this will work in XT.

Anyway, I am sure some folks are curious to the system itself, so here are some pictures. You will have to use the original driver. Config efherlink complains about not being able to find a port, even though it can clearly see the card, and the packet driver hangs the box: System Requirements OS Required. Don’t cut the cord on cable like a rookie The 3: Not sure on VRAM amount. I do not know if that is right. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on c3509b-tpo.

3Com EtherLink III ISA TPO – network adapter Overview – CNET

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3Com Etherlink III ISA TPO Network Adapter – ISA

One with SMC 83c chip, the other one with smc 83c Behind the 4 pin molex connector on the first picture above, in etyerlink original post.

XT-FDC is really set to 6.

If you’d like, I could pull the VRM and take a picture of, if you want to see the other side of ftherlink. We delete comments that violate our policywhich we encourage you to read. Norton System Info reports this: This is true 8bit card.

3Com 3C509B-TPO

Is there compatible drivers for this networkcard? Everything I’ve come up says Windows 95, 98,and even XP. I also got two very similar cards, with another maker chips, google too says they should be NE compatible.

Here’s a picture of the board with the VRM installed, outside of the case.