OEMSETUP.INF Driver File Contents (lan.zip)

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; OEMSETUP.INF for Microsoft Windows for Workgroup 3.1/3.11 &
;                  IBM LAN Server 4.0 DOS Lan Services
;

[nwsdata]
version="3.1.032"

[netcard]
;NDIS2 Driver
my$mtd80xn2="100/10M Ethernet PCI Adapter",0,ndis,ethernet,0x01,my$mtd80x,my$mtd80xn2_nif

[my$mtd80x]
ndis2=feand.dos

[my$mtd80xn2_nif]
drivername=FEAND$
; NDIS2 driver parameters:
;param=RPBL,"Rx Burst Length",text,"0,1,4,8,16,32,64,128,512",0,0x02
;param=PBL,"Programmable Burst Length",text,"1,4,8,16,32,64,128,512",512,0x02
;param=TFT,"Tx FIFO Threshold",text,"0,32,64,128,256,768,512,1024",0,0x02
;param=RLE,"Read Line Command",text,"Auto,Disable,Enable","Auto"
;param=RME,"Read Multiple Command",text,"Auto,Disable,Enable","Auto"
;param=WIE,"Write and Invalidate Command",text,"Auto,Disable,Enable","Auto"
param=FullDuplex,"Full Duplex Function",text,"Auto,Disable,Enable","Auto"
param=PortSpeed,"Port Speed",text,"Auto,_10M,_100M","Auto"
;param=NodeAddress,"CardID (if multi-mtd80x cards in the system)",chars,12,"0000E8010203",0x02
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