README.TXT Driver File Contents (DFE-680TXD.zip)

Driver Package File Name: DFE-680TXD.zip
File Size: 212.7 KB


 This document contains information that supplements the "User's Manual"
 and accompanying software.

  Contents
  --------
    . What's New
    . Notes on Setup
    . Drivers Supported on this Drivers Disk
    . Notes on using EMM386 or QEMM
    . Technical Support
    . Machine Specific Notes


  What's New
  ----------

    The CardBus is 32-Bit PC Card which runs with better performance than
    16-Bit PC Card.

    The adapter supports the AutoSense, 100BaseTX Full Duplex, 100BaseTx Half
    Duplex mode, 10BaseT Full Duplex mode, and 10BaseT Half Duplex mode.


  Notes on Setup
  --------------

    For Netware, related drivers are in driver disk's \NETWARE directory.

    For Packet Driver, related drivers are in \PKTDRV directory.

    For Windows NT & Windows 95 OSR2, 98, ME, 2000 & XP, use the "Network Setup"
    utility provided by windows system to install the Adapter to the system
    and system will load the drivers at start up time.

    After installation, simply reboot the machine to enable the CardBus
    PC Card.


  Drivers Supported on this release of the Drivers Disk
  -----------------------------------------------------

    CB102EN.EXE    Enabler Driver
    CB102.COM      DOS/ODI Driver working with direct enabler or card service
    CB102PD.COM    Packet Driver working with direct enabler or card service
    DFE680.SYS     Enhanced Mode NDIS Driver for Windows 95 OSR2/98/ME/2000/XP
                   and Windows NT.


  Notes on using EMM386 or QEMM
  -----------------------------

    If your computer's CONFIG.SYS file has the EMM386.EXE command line,
    please make sure the memory range D000-D7FF is excluded.
    Because the Card Services need this range to allocate resources for
    the adapter.

                   *** Example command line ***
            -------------------------------------------
            DEVICE=C:\DOS\EMM386.EXE NOEMS X=D000-D7FF


  Technical Support
  -----------------

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

    * The exact text of any error message displayed on your screen
    * The type of computer
    * The type of network
    * The detail content of the CONFIG.SYS and AUTOEXEC.BAT files for DOS


  Machine Specific Notes
  ----------------------

    The adapter has been tested with and is compatible with the
    following CardBus equipped computers:

    PC AT Compatible

        -For Windows NT 4.0, the following Memory Address, IRQ Number
         settings have been used successfully:

            I/O Address=E200h, IRQ = Auto


    Compaq N30W

        -For Windows NT 4.0, the following Memory Address, IRQ Number
         settings have been used successfully:

            I/O Address=E200h, IRQ = 11


    Compaq ARMADA M300 & Compaq ARMADA E500

        -For Windows NT 4.0, the following Memory Address, IRQ Number
         settings have been used successfully:

            I/O Address=E200h, IRQ = Auto(11)


    Dell Latitude

        -For Windows NT 4.0, the following Memory Address, IRQ Number
         settings have been used successfully:

            I/O Address=E200h, IRQ = Auto(11)


    Panasonic CF-S51

        -For Windows NT 4.0, the following Memory Address, IRQ Number
         settings have been used successfully:

            I/O Address=E200h, IRQ = Auto(10)


    Sharp PC-PJ2-M2

        -For Windows NT 4.0, the following Memory Address, IRQ Number
         settings have been used successfully:

            I/O Address=E200h, IRQ = Auto


    Toshiba Dynabook 2510

        -For Windows NT 4.0, the following Memory Address, IRQ Number
         settings have been used successfully:

            I/O Address=E200h, IRQ = 11


    Toshiba Portege 3010CT

        -For Windows NT 4.0, the following Memory Address, IRQ Number
         settings have been used successfully:

            I/O Address=E200h, IRQ = 11


    Toshiba Satellite 4000CDT

        -For Windows NT 4.0, the following Memory Address, IRQ Number
         settings have been used successfully:

            I/O Address=E200h, IRQ = 11


    Toshiba Satellite Pro 460CDT

        -For Windows NT 4.0, the following Memory Address, IRQ Number
         settings have been used successfully:

            I/O Address=E200h, IRQ = Auto(11)


    Toshiba Satellite 2670DVD

        -For Windows NT 4.0, the following Memory Address, IRQ Number
         settings have been used successfully:

            I/O Address=E200h, IRQ = Auto(11)


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