WIN98.TXT Driver File Contents (USB_Lan.exe)

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	Supported model : LinkPort/UE202-B only

  Your computer must meet the following requirements to be compatible
  with Compex LinkPort/UE202-B USB To Fast Ethernet Adapter:

  1.  In order to use this device, you must have a copy of Microsoft
      Windows 98 operating system installed on your PC. Some versions
      of Windows 95 version B (OSR2) support USB port. This Windows
      version and UBS support may not work properly with this driver.
      It is designed specifically and tested for Windows 98 only.

  2.  Also, the device requires that a USB port is installed and
      enabled on your PC. Some PCs have a USB port, but it is disabled.
      Usually there is a toggle switch on the motherboard that will
      enable a PC's USB port. Consult your computer's user guide. Some
      motherboards have USB interfaces, but no ports. You should be
      able to install your own USB port and attach it to your PC's
      motherboard using hardware purchased at any computer store.

 Please refer to A:\README.TXT for latest update not in documented in
 the manual.

  Follow the instructions below to install the adapter's driver.

  1.  Install the Compex LinkPort/UE202-B USB To Fast Ethernet Adapter to your
      PC or notebook or USB hub if you haven't already done so.
      (See A:\README.TXT in Hardware setup)

  2.  Turn ON your PC or notebook and boot up Windows 98.

  3.  Windows 98 will display,

       "USB 10/100 LAN"

      in "New Hardware Found" dialog box and "Add New Hardware Wizard"
      dialog box.
      If the Wizard does not appear, please refer the section "Is USB
      port device correctly installed" below.

  4.  Click "Next >" button when "Search for the best for your device.
      [Recommended]" is on.

  5.  Insert Compex LinkPort/UE202-B Driver Diskette in your floppy drive.

  6.  Enable the "Floppy disk drives" check box and then click "Next"

  7.  Windows 98 will display,

        "Compex LinkPort/UE202-B USB To Fast Ethernet Adapter"

      in "Add New Hardware Wizard" dialog box.

  8.  Click "Next" button and Windows starts to copy files from Windows
      98 CD-ROM to your hard disk.

  9.  When the Insert Disk message appears, click OK. When the Copying Files
      ... window appears, type A:\ into the box displayed and click OK.

 10.  Click "Finish" button from "Add New Hardware Wizard" dialog box.

 11.  Remove the USB Adapter Driver Diskette from your floppy drive.

 12.  Restart your computer to take effect the network function.

  Uninstalling Compex LinkPort/UE202-B USB To Fast Ethernet Driver
  1.  Close all active windows.

  2.  Click Settings, click on Setting then Control Panel.
      Double-click on the select Network icon.

  3.  Under the configuration tab highlight,
         "Compex LinkPort/UE202-B USB To Fast Ethernet Adapter"
      Click Remove then select OK.

  4.  If you are prompted to restart your computer click NO.

  5.  Run the uninstall file, A:\>Win98\UN202B98 from the driver disk,
      or copy this file to the root of driver C and run C:\>UN202B98   
      When the driver files were successfully removed, the message,
       " Compex LinkPort/UE202-B driver files successfully removed." 
      Uninstall completed.

 Alternatively, you can also manually delete the files as follows:
  1.  Go to Windows\Inf folder. Delete the file NETU202B.inf
      Go to Windows\Inf\Other folder. Delete the file CompexNetu202b.inf.

  2.  Drivers files are now removed. Uninstall completed.
      Restart the computer.

  Is USB port device correctly installed ?
  If the Wizard does not appear when you plug in the adapter, go to
  "Device Manager" to check whether "Universal Serial Bus controllers"
  exists. You can do this to go to "Device Manager" :

  Right click on the "My Computer" icon on your desktop, then select
  "Properties" or Double click on the "System" icon in Control Panel.
  Select the "Device Manager" tab. Select and expand "Universal
  Serial Bus controllers".  For example, you will see

  Universal Serial Bus controllers
    Intel 82371AB/EB PCI to USB Universal Host Controller
    USB Root Hub

  Make sure that there is no red "X" sign or "!" mark on them.
  Thus, USB is correctly installed.

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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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