README.TXT Driver File Contents (dmf560txd.exe)

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D-Link DMF-560TXD DirectPort PC Card

                   Packet Driver Installation Overview

       Getting Started
       Support Options
       Copyrights, Trademarks, and Disclaimers

       Packet drivers are general drivers used by many operating systems,
       especially TCP/IP software packages.  If the network system that is
       installed specifically mentions support for packet drivers, then
       it is likely that it will be able to the provided packet driver
       without problems.

       The most important thing to remember when installing packet drivers
       is the software interrupt vector.  The default interrupt vector for
       the packet drivers is 0x62 hexadecimal.  Most network operating
       system supporting packet drivers will try to automatically search for
       packet drivers already loaded in the computer's memory.  However,
       some packages will require a provided interrupt vector for the packet
       driver.  Furthermore, some packages can only work with certain
       interrupt vectors. which require a software interrupt vector parameter
       when loading.  Please see the section at the end of this document for
       description on packet driver parameters.

       Since the LanModem are software configurable, the packet driver will
       automatically detect the hardware parameters. If the packet driver
       can properly read the adapter's MAC address during loading, then the
       hardware is normally working properly.

  Getting Started
       Driver Line Parameters:
       LMPD.COM <packet_int_no> <int> <i/o address>
       DEVICE=LMPD.SYS <packet_int_no> <int> <i/o address>

       Packet Driver Parameters:
       <packet_int_no> is the software interrupt vector number used by the
                       packet driver program.  Options include: 96 to 128.

       <int> is the hardware interrupt used by the card. this should match
             the PCMCIA drivers interrupt selection for the card. Options
             include: 3,4,5,7,9,10,11,12 or 15.

       <i/o address> is the hardware i/o address used by the card.  This
                     should match the PCMCIA drivers i/o address selection
                     for the card.

  Support Options
       We are consistently improving and upgrading our drivers. You are
       welcomed to browse through our BBS, and download any drivers,
       utilities and help files.

       If you still cannot get the LanModem Card working properly, our
       technical experts are always ready to help.  Please be at your
       computer, have your LanModem Card, Drivers Disk, and the following
       information available:

       * Version number of CARDEN.EXE or any drivers you are
       * The extact text of any error message displayed on your screen
       * The type of computer
       * The type of network

  Copyrights, Trademarks, and Disclaimers
  All references to MS, Windows, Win95, Windows 95, Windows NT, WinNT are
  rights reserved by Microsoft Corporation

  All references to Nvl., ODI, Netware, NW, IPX, IPXODI, and LSL are rights
  reserved by Novell Corporation

  Further rights reserved to their respective corporations

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