Can you possibly send me the driver? Monday, November 16, 7: Now, I just switched to Win 7 x64, and I surfed the web for like 3 days now, I couldn’t find any driver for this card that would work on x64 based system. Sunday, November 8, 4: Hello, this is my first post, I’m not sure if this is the right place to this topic, but I thought this is the right place The onboard ethernet card just wouldn’t seem to work even after installing the nvidia driver for it. Once reported, our staff will be notified and the comment will be reviewed.
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Since you’ve already submitted a review for this product, this submission will be added as an update to your original review. Is this a onboard chipset?
Saturday, May 9, 9: Advertisements or commercial links. And this driver isnt working for me.
Proposed as answer by coldsfoot Thursday, October 13, Saturday, August 14, Wednesday, July 24, 1: I recently installed Win7 x86 and as expected my 3Ctx ethernet controller could not be installed. Works in Windows Multipoint Server Premium as well. How I download it,please help Can you possibly send me the 33c905cx-tx-m
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Thursday, December 3, 7: I am surprised it is not supported by windows 7 natively Monday, April 16, 3: 3c905cx-ttx-m, July 6, I’m in desperate need of this driver for my student project. Monday, March 12, 5: Saturday, November 10, 4: Pages 1 You must login or register to post a reply.
Saturday, August 10, 1: Once reported, our staff will be notified and the comment will be reviewed. Its part of the drivers in the OS.
Worked like a charm. Wednesday, October 28, 2: Sunday, November 27, 3: I tought my old PC was gone Thursday, December 19, 9: Tuesday, January 17, You are not logged in. This is an old card, and the 3c905cx-x-m probably isn’t bit compliant. Monday, March 30, Sunday, November 8, 4: Active topics Unanswered topics.
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