James April 18, Thanks to you I have no problem whatsoever now. Niles March 12, However, if you choose to use a real email, “gravatars” are supported. Matthew Gadient October 1, The drivers are now up links in the blog entry. Leave a Comment Cancel reply You can use an alias and fake email.
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James April 18, Hello Matthew, Thank you very much!!
R August 30, Hello… I have the exact same mobo that you do. Hello Metthew, Iwas searching for the driver all over the place and finally I found you link and followed your way and it work.
3Com Gigabit LOM (3C940) Free Driver Download
Leave a Comment Cancel reply You can use an alias and fake email. However, if you choose to use a real email, “gravatars” are supported. Niles March 12, And many, Many thanks!! It worked…exactly the way you said including the bit about Windows Vista updating to the 3Com driver as soon as I could get to the update site. It may give you a warning about the driver, but I simply ignored it, let it install, and the network came up and was good to go.
It would have of course been nice 39c40 ASUS got a hold of some new drivers and put them on their site, but failing that, this is probably the next best thing, and is at least a Vista-certified driver although not a driver certified specifically for the 3C So what to use? Thank you very much!! To reduce spam, I manually approve all comments, so don’t panic if it looks like the page simply refreshed and your comment doesn’t show up immediately. A Blizzard employee did some looking around for another individual, and found.
Windows Vista – what driver to use for the 3Com Gigabit LOM (3C940) network card
So if you want the 3Com driver, just install the Marvel one temporarily so you can get on the netand run Windows Update to get the 3Com driver. Dp December 30, A Blizzard employee did some looking around for another individual, and found that a driver that would work and keep the blizz downloader happy was xpp generic Marvel driver.
I really thank you for the information. You can use an alias and fake email. I have the exact same mobo that you do.
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The drivers are now up links in the blog entry. I had disconnection issues on my kg7-Raid motherboard with the infamous 3c network card under winXp, even using the latest 3com drivers.
Then browse to the location of the new extracted drivers. It cured the WoW downloader warnings, allowing the downloader to go at full speed.
Matthew Gadient October 1, I would have Never figured out to use a Marvel driver for a 3Com product. This was using Vista RC1 Build Ray July 24,