OEMSETUP.INF Driver File Contents (linksys_etherpci_lan_cardii.zip)

; OEMSETUP.INF for Microsoft Windows for Workgroup Group.
;  Linksys Group, Inc.


1 = .,"Linksys LNEPCI II PCI Ethernet Adapter Driver Disk"

;NDIS2 Driver
ls$lnepcin2="Linksys LNEPCI II PCI Ethernet Adapter (NDIS2)",0,ndis,ethernet,0x01,ls$lnend2,ls$lnepcin2_nif
;NDIS3 Driver
;ls$lnepcin3="Linksys LNEPCI II PCI Ethernet Adapter (NDIS3)",0,ndis,ethernet,0x02,ls$lnend3,ls$lnepcin3_nif



; NDIS2 driver parameters:
param=SelectedID,"Selected adapter's ID (if multi-card used)",chars,14,"'0000E8010203'",0x12

; NDIS3 driver parameters:
param=EarlyInt,"Early Interrupt Function",text,"Disable,Enable","Disable",0x22
param=SelectedID,"Selected adapter's ID (if multi-card used)",chars,12,"0000E8010203",0x22

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