I don't get this: I have a WIN98 workstations that all work fine with WIN95. After the format and install of 98, the NIC (3c905B-tx) is flaky. Get this - It works every other reboot like clockwork. The card works, then after I reboot, it quits. Reboot again, and its working again. The device Manager says I need to have PCI Steering enabled. Of course, it only comes up when the NIC is not working. If I click on the Steering box that comes up, it tells me to reboot, and fixes nothing.
I have reinstalled the driver with the newest from 3com and no effect.