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Win98 Network Card Drivers for IBM 6862270

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I am looking for the Win98 Network Card Drivers for IBM 6862270. See http://www.experts-exchange.com/Hardware/Components/Video_Cards/Q_24550540.html#a24834125 for more information.
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Don't the 3COM card drivers I linked to on the IBM page work?
(http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/JBAR-3U3KQG.html)
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Those files are made to be extracted on to a diskette. I dont have any around, mostly not used anymore. Is there any way of getting the drivers out of these files without using a diskette? The files are programmed to look for a diskette in for instance A:, and specifying a hardisk instead (for instance C: ) did not help me.
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OK that makes sense
Try http://www.masqueraid.eu/eestuff/3COM.zip for the Ethernet Drivers

Sounds like you could do with a virtual floppy disk drive, so:
http://members.at.infoseek.co.jp/chitchat/vmware/vfd.html#top
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Would like to note that in the devices list, there is a installed ethernet card, but a ethernet controller that has no drivers. There are actually two NIC's, one onboard and one in the PCI slot. I dont know who is working. The computer is out of range of the wired ethernet at home. I will look into this and the drivers you showed me.
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