OEMSETUP.INF Driver File Contents (dsdsk401.exe)

[data]
    Version   = "3.0"
    Version   = "3.1"

[disks]
    1 = \ndis2\dos,"Aironet Network Drivers Disk",disk1

[netcard]
awc655-900="AIRONET 655-900/670-900 Adapter",0,ndis,ethernet,real,awc655-900_inst,awc655-900_prot
awc690-900="AIRONET 690-900 PCMCIA Adapter",0,ndis,ethernet,real,awc690-900_inst,awc690-900_prot
awc655-2400="AIRONET 655-2400/670-2400 Adapter",0,ndis,ethernet,real,awc655-2400_inst,awc655-2400_prot
awc690-2400="AIRONET 690-2400 PCMCIA Adapter",0,ndis,ethernet,real,awc690-2400_inst,awc690-2400_prot
awc680="AIRONET Parallel Adapter",0,ndis,ethernet,real,awc680_inst,awc680_prot

[awc655-900_inst]
descr="AIRONET 655-900/670-900 NDIS Driver"
devdir=1:awcndis.dos
device=awcndis.dos,"@devdir\awcndis.dos @devdir",protman

[awc655-900_prot]
drivername=ARLAN$
param=Channel,"Channel Number 0 - 15",int,"0,15,1",11
param=SystemID,"System ID - Even Numbers only",hex,"2,0xFFFFFE,2",2
param=TMA,"TMA",text,"OFF,ON,PSP",ON
param=PreSID,"PreSID",text,"0,2",0
param=MaxDatagramSize,"Max Datagram Size 0 - 2048",int,"0,2048,1",2048

[awc655-2400_inst]
descr="AIRONET 655-2400/670-2400 NDIS Driver"
devdir=1:awcndis.dos
device=awcndis.dos,"@devdir\awcndis.dos @devdir",protman

[awc655-2400_prot]
drivername=ARLAN$
param=Channel,"Channel Number 1 - 5",int,"1,5,1",3
param=DataRate,"Date Rate: 1=384Kbps, 2=500Kbps, 3=1Mbps, 4=2Mbps",int,"1,4,1",4
param=SystemID,"System ID - Even Numbers only",hex,"2,0xFFFFFE,2",2
param=TMA,"TMA",text,"OFF,ON,PSP",ON
param=PreSID,"PreSID",text,"0,2",0
param=MaxDatagramSize,"Max Datagram Size 0 - 2048",int,"0,2048,1",2048

[awc690-900_inst]
descr="AIRONET 690-900 PCMCIA NDIS Driver"
devdir=1:awcn690.dos
device=awcn690.dos,"@devdir\awcn690.dos @devdir",protman

[awc690-900_prot]
drivername=ARLAN$
param=Channel,"Channel Number 0 - 15",int,"0,15,1",11
param=SystemID,"System ID - Even Numbers only",hex,"2,0xFFFFFE,2",2
param=TMA,"TMA",text,"OFF,ON,PSP",ON
param=PreSID,"PreSID",text,"0,2",0
param=MaxDatagramSize,"Max Datagram Size 0 - 2048",int,"0,2048,1",2048
param=Mem,"Memory Address",hex,"0xC000,0xDE00,0x200",D000
param=Socket,"PCMCIA Socket  1 or 2",int,"1,2,1",1
param=Int,"PCMCIA IRQ",int,"3,15,1",5

[awc690-2400_inst]
descr="AIRONET 690-2400 PCMCIA NDIS Driver"
devdir=1:awcn690.dos
device=awcn690.dos,"@devdir\awcn690.dos @devdir",protman

[awc690-2400_prot]
drivername=ARLAN$
param=Channel,"Channel Number 1 - 5",int,"1,5,1",3
param=DataRate,"Date Rate:1=384Kbps, 2=500Kbps, 3=1Mbps, 4=2Mbps",int,"1,4,1",4
param=SystemID,"System ID - Even Numbers only",hex,"2,0xFFFFFE,2",2
param=TMA,"TMA",text,"OFF,ON,PSP",ON
param=PreSID,"PreSID",text,"0,2",0
param=MaxDatagramSize,"Max Datagram Size 0 - 2048",int,"0,2048,1",2048
param=Mem,"Memory Address",hex,"0xC000,0xDE00,0x200",D000
param=Socket,"PCMCIA Socket  1 or 2",int,"1,2,1",1
param=Int,"PCMCIA IRQ",int,"3,15,1",5

[awc680_inst]
descr="AIRONET Parallel NDIS Driver"
devdir=1:awcn680.dos
device=awcn680.dos,"@devdir\awcn680.dos @devdir",protman

[awc680_prot]
drivername=ARLAN$
param=Channel,"Channel Number 0 - 15",int,"0,15,0",11
param=SystemID,"System ID - Even Numbers only",hex,"2,0xFFFFFE,2",2
param=TMA,"TMA",text,"OFF,ON,PSP",ON
param=PreSID,"PreSID",text,"0,2",0
param=MaxDatagramSize,"Max Datagram Size 0 - 2048",int,"0,2048,1",2048


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After your driver has been downloaded, follow these simple steps to install it.

  • Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).

  • If the expanded file has an .exe extension, double click it and follow the installation instructions.

  • Otherwise, open Device Manager by right-clicking the Start menu and selecting Device Manager.

  • Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.

  • Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.

  • From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.

  • Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.

Very important: You must reboot your system to ensure that any driver updates have taken effect.

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