Be careful with these, because they aren’t actually Base cards. Login or create an account to post a review. Once reported, our staff will be notified and the comment will be reviewed. Therefore, I have a strong preference for anything that has built-in drivers with the OS. We could make a “benchmark” list or something with transfer speed and memory requirements of each card! They are actually Base cards with “Base compatibility”, whatever that means.
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Starting about 5 years ago, that laptop was unstable. This is what was wrong for all that time. I’m sure there’s lots of good options that are just as well supported, and if you use Win95, maybe something older would be needed.
Board index All times are UTC. Therefore, I have a strong preference for anything that has built-in drivers with the OS. Latest Windows 98 Advertisements or commercial links.
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As long as i can get drivers and they’re working reliably I personally don’t care what brand they are. Thank You for Submitting Your Review,! The Dos drivers for this card are also regularly updated with the latest official Intel Please submit your review for Network: And you can buy them for win998 to nothing. Note that your submission may not appear immediately on our site.
Select type of offense: This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. I didn’t want to use “magic packet”, but wij98 all the linux driver enables.
If you install the Intel utilities then they also have lots of configuration options, but honestly that’s rarely useful. Paint Shop Pro 3. It turns out there was some known, subtle firmware glitch in the mini-PCI Intel network cards that caused them to continue working, but lock up the host machine randomly.
I also have a Zyxel GN gigabit wib98 with windows 95 and 98 compatibility but never tried it yet. Be careful with these, because they aren’t actually Base cards.
Click on the following links for the driver package readme info: For Wln98 I always used an etherlink iii plus, but I got an older card, long one with a lot of discrete components, that sometimes works [bad contact or cracked solder I think] some etherlink ii version I think. Here is what I found so far about some 3COM network card models.
3Com 10/100 Managed NIC 3C905CX-TX-M
I looked in some Intel datasheets and confirmed that it supports more than what the linux driver exposes. What about ISA slot network cards?
For PCI desktops I wjn98 the Intel and based cards because, well, I bought a bunch of them on Ebay for cheap a few years ago. Last edited by tayyare on Never had any issues and have all arrived brand new and sealed.