OEMSETUP.INF Driver File Contents (en1207d-tx.zip)

;EN5038 OEMSETUP.INF File:

[netcard]
EN5038="HP EN1207D-TX Fast Ethernet PCI Adapter",000,ndis,ethernet,0x07,en5038,en5038_nif


[en5038]
ndis2=8:hpnd2.dos
ndis3=7:HPND3.386
mlid=*:1207odi.com

[en5038_nif]
drivername=HPND2$
param=Medium,"Medium Type",enum,"Auto,0,10Half,1,10Full,2,100Half,3,100Full,4",0,0x30
param=NETADDRESS,"Network Address",chars,13,"@000000000000",0x02
param=ETHERID,"Node Address",chars,13,"@000000000000",0x02
param=BusNo ,"Adpater's Bus Number",int,"0,255,1",0,0x32
param=DeviceNo ,"Adpater's Device Number",int,"0,31,1",0,0x32
param=TxFIFO ,"Adpater's TX Early Threshold",int,"0,63,1",5,0x32
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