Remove From My Forums. I suspect the driver is actually an XP driver, as that was the last OS to natively support the 3C Not an IT pro? Edited by Roberto77z Monday, March 12, 5: Thursday, October 13, Its part of the drivers in the OS.
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Tuesday, September 15, Is there any luck to get this to work?
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It’s bit for XP and he wants this to work in x Edited by Roberto77z Monday, March 12, 5: Monday, March 12, 5: You are downloading trial software. This is an old card, and the driver probably isn’t bit compliant. For Win7 64bit you have to install manually a compatible driver within in the driver collection of Win7: You cannot install a bit driver in any version of Windows x Can’t find on HP site anywhere.
However, it is also a discontinued product and they may never publish Win 7 drivers. This driver work properly windows 7 Form: Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility.
Works also for Server R2. Thursday, January 27, 4: Thanks for the tip.
3ocm Saturday, November 10, 4: Remove From My Forums. Friday, November 7, 7: I will not get so graphic, but it did work, I have been looking for a driver for this card and windows 7 64bit for a while now. I seem to recall it not working in the bit version of XP either.
Sunday, March 17, Monday, March 30, Even works on Server and Windows 8 64bit It’s up to 3Com to supply the drivers for their hardware. Dig through the Realtek stuff till you find the one he listed. Tuesday, September 13, I suspect the driver is actually an XP driver, as that was the last OS to natively support the 3C Sunday, November 27, 3: