README.TXT Driver File Contents (SMC1660_all.zip)

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              STANDARD MICROSYSTEMS CORPORATION
 
	     SMC EZ Card 10 Ethernet ISA Network Cards
           Microsoft Windows for Workgroups v3.11 Driver
                   For Ethernet LAN Cards
 
                         INSTALLATION GUIDE


   This software is licensed by SMC for use by its customers only.
       Copyright (c) 1996 Standard Microsystems Corporation.
                         All rights reserved.


SUPPORTED NETWORK CARDS		

SMC EZ Card 10 Ethernet ISA Network Cards:
 o SMC1660T
 o SMC1660BT
 o SMC1660BTA
                        
  Content:
  
      A) SMC Support Drivers for WFW 3.11

      B) Install NDIS 2.0/ NDIS 3.0 Driver for WFW 3.11

      C) Install ODI/ NDIS 3.0 Driver for WFW 3.11



A) SMC Support Drivers for WFW 3.11

      SMC supports NDIS 2.0, NDIS 3.0 and DOS/ODI drivers for Windows
      for Workgroups 3.11.  A description of these 3 files are as follows:


      Driver Name	Location	Description

      SMC1660W.SYS	A:\WFW311	NDIS 3.0 driver in enhanced mode

      SMC1660.DOS	A:\NDIS\DOS	NDIS 2.0 driver in real mode

      SMC1660.COM	A:\DOS		SMC EZ Card 10 ISA DOS/ODI driver


B) Install NDIS 2.0/ NDIS 3.0 Driver for WFW 3.11

NOTE: If the card is set to Plug and Play mode, the default, do not change
      the settings in the Setup Screen when installing the WFW 3.11 driver.
      If the card is set to Jumperless mode, the settings in the Setup 
      screen will need to match the card's settings. You can run SMCINST 
      and select the Hardware Configuration option to see how card is set
      before installing the driver.


    1.	Run Windows by typing "WIN" from the DOS prompt.

    2.	Click the "Network" icon in the Main Program Group.

    3.	Click the "Network Setup" icon from the Network window.

    4.	Check the drivers button.  If it is hidden and cannot be selected,
        go to the next step. If it is visible, go to step 8.

    5.	Click the "Networks" button

    6.	Select "Install Microsoft Windows Network," and then select 
        "No additional network."

    7.	Click the "OK" button

    8.	Select "Drivers" item from the "Network Setup" dialog box.

    9.	Select "Add Adapters." The "Add Network Adapter" dialog box
        appears.

   10.  If:
        a. You are installing this SMC network card for the first time,
           select "Unlisted" or "Updated Network Adapter." Click "OK," then
           go to step 11.

        b. You have installed SMC's network card before, just select the
	   "SMC EZ Card ISA 10 driver" from the drivers list table and
           go to step 12.

   11.  Insert the SMC Driver Diskette in floppy drive A or B, and
	then type the destination drive and path name.  Make sure the 
        full path of the directory (i.e., A:\WFW311) is given. Select "OK." 
        Then, you will see the "SMC EZ Card ISA 10 driver" dialog box 
        appear. Select "OK."

   12.  You will be prompted to confirm the I/O address and IRQ.  If the 
        card is set to PNP mode, the default, do not change the settings.
        If the card is set to Jumperless mode, the settings will need to
        match the card's settings. You can run SMCINST and select the 
        Hardware Configuration option to see how the card is set. The 
        default settings are I/O 300, IRQ 10 when changing to Jumperless
        from PNP mode. Select "OK."

   13.  When the Network Drivers window appears, you can use
        "Add Adapter" and/or "Add Protocol" to add more
        network cards (up to four) and protocols. Refer to your
        Windows for Workgroups manual for more information.
             
        o  To change the Base I/O Port and/or driver type, select "Setup"
           and make the appropriate selections. 

        o  There are 4 drivers type:
	   . Real mode and Enhanced mode NDIS
	   . Enhanced mode NDIS
	   . Real mode NDIS
	   . ODI driver

	You can select one of these 4 driver types depending on your
	application. The default is Real and Enhanced mode.


        o  Select "Close" followed by "OK."

        o  When prompted with the "Microsoft Windows Networks Names" box,
           select "OK."

        o  Follow the screen prompts to complete the driver installation.

      Note: The "Install Driver" window will appear. You will be
            prompted to insert the SMC Diskette. The driver's source
            path is A:\WFW311.

   14.  At the end of the installation, you will be prompted 
        to accept all the options you selected and restart
        your computer or to return to DOS. Restart your computer so
        your options can take effect.

   Some specifics of the installation process may vary according to
   each user's needs. Refer to the Microsoft Windows for Workgroups
   user manual for more information.



   Following are some sample Configuration Files
   --------------------------------------------

    1. CONFIG.SYS File
       FILES=30
       BUFFERS=30
       LASTDRIVE=Z
       DEVICE=C:\windows\HIMEM.SYS
       DEVICE=C:\windows\IFSHLP.SYS
       STACKS=9,256

    2. AUTOEXEC.BAT File

       C:\windows\SMARTDRV.EXE
       C:\windows\net start
       PATH C:\windows;
       SET TEMP=C:\windows\TEMP

    3. PROTOCOL.INI File on Windows for Workgroups 3.11
       [network.setup]
       version=0x3110
       netcard=ms$smc1660,1,MS$SMC1660,2
       transport=ms$netbeui,NETBEUI
       lana0=ms$smc1660,1,ms$netbeui

       [MS$SMC1660]
       DriverName=SMC1660W$
       INTERRUPT=3
       IOBASE=0x300

       [SMC1660]
       adapters=MS$SMC1660

       [NETBEUI]
       BINDINGS=MS$SMC1660
       LANABASE=0
       SESSIONS=10
       NCBS=12


    4. SYSTEM.INI

       [386Enh]
       netcard=SMC1660W.386



C) Install ODI/ NDIS 3.0 driver for WFW 3.11

    You must make sure that the ODI driver is loaded first before you
    install the Windows driver. If needed see readme.txt file in DOS
    directory of this disk for installing the ODI driver.

    1.	Run Windows by typing "WIN" from the DOS prompt.

    2.	Click the "Network" icon in the Main Program Group.

    3.	Click the "Network Setup" icon from the Network window.

    4.	Check the drivers button. If it is hidden and can't be selected,
        then go to the next step. If it is visible, you still need to go
        to step 5 to set up a Novell shell.

    5.	Click the "Networks" button

    6.	Select "Install Microsoft Windows Network." 
        Select "Other"  and then "Novell Netware Workstation Shell 4.0"
        for VLM or "...Shell 3.x" for NETX.   
               
    7.	Click the "OK" button

    8.	Select "Drivers" item from the "Network Setup" dialog box.

    9.	Select "Add Adapters." The "Add Network Adapter" dialog box
        appears.

   10.  If:
        a. You are installing an SMC EZ Card 10 for the first time, select
           "Unlisted" or "Updated Network Adapter." Then, click "OK."

        b. You have installed SMC's network card before, just select 
           "SMC EZ Card ISA 10 driver" from the drivers list table, 
           select "OK" and then go to step 12.
	
   11. Insert the SMC Driver Diskette in floppy drive A or B,
       then type the destination drive and path name. Make sure
       the full path of the directory (i.e., A:\WFW311) is given.
       Select "OK." Then, you will see the "SMC EZ Card ISA 10 driver" 
       dialog box appear. Select "OK."

   12. When the Network Drivers window appears, you can use
       "Add Adapter" and/or "Add Protocol" to add more
       network cards (up to four) and protocols. Refer to your
       Windows for Workgroups manual for more information.
             
       Select "Setup" and make the appropriate selection.

       There are 4 driver type:
	   . Real mode and Enhanced mode NDIS
	   . Enhanced mode NDIS
	   . Real mode NDIS
	   . ODI driver

	 YOU MUST SELECT THE ODI DRIVER TO LET THE NETWARE ODI
         DRIVER WORK IN WFW 3.11.

       Select "Close" followed by "OK."

   13. When prompted with the "Microsoft Windows Networks Names" 
            box, select "OK."

       Follow the screen prompts to complete the driver installation.

   14. At the end of the installation, you will be prompted 
       to accept all the options you selected and restart
       your computer or to return to DOS. Restart your computer so
       your options can take effect.

    Some specifics of the installation process may vary according to
    each user's needs. Refer to the Microsoft Windows for Workgroups
    user manual for more information.



    NOTE: To connect to a Novell server from within Windows for Workgroups
	  make sure you are logged on to a NetWare server before starting
	  Windows. Also make sure that you have set up Windows for 
          Workgroups to use Novell NetWare.

    Following are some sample Configuration Files
    --------------------------------------------

    1. CONFIG.SYS File

       FILES=30
       BUFFERS=30
       LASTDRIVE=Z
       DEVICE=C:\windows\HIMEM.SYS
       DEVICE=C:\windows\IFSHLP.SYS
       STACKS=9,256

    2. AUTOEXEC.BAT File

       SET TEMP=c:\windows\temp
       PATH c:\windows;%PATH%
       c:\windows\net start
       lsl
       smc1660
       c:\windows\odihlp.exe
       ipxodi
       netx


    3. PROTOCOL.INI File on Windows for Workgroups 3.11

       [network.setup]
       version=0x3110
       netcard=smc1660,1,SMC1660,4
       transport=ms$netbeui,NETBEUI
       lana0=smc1660,1,ms$netbeui

       [net.cfg]
       PATH=C:\WINDOWS\net.cfg

       [SMC1660]

       [Link Driver SMC1660]

       [NETBEUI]
       BINDINGS=SMC1660
       LANABASE=0
       SESSIONS=10
       NCBS=12


    4. SYSTEM.INI

       [boot]
       shell=progman.exe
       network.drv=wfwnet.drv
       .
       .

       [386Enh]
       network=*vnetbios,*vwc,vnetsup.386,vredir.386,vserver.386
       netheapsize=20
       netmisc=ndis.386,msodisup.386
       transport=netbeui.386
       InDOSPolling=FALSE
       .
       .

       [Network]
       winnet=wfwnet/00025100
       multinet=nonet
       FileSharing=No
       PrintSharing=No
       LogonDisconnected=yes
       EnableSharing=no
       UserName=SMC
       Workgroup=WORKGROUP
       ComputerName=SMC
       Comment=SMC
       logonvalidated=no

       [network drivers]
       devdir=C:\WINDOWS
       LoadRMDrivers=No

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How To Update Drivers Manually

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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