** ** ** EEPROM Utility ** ** v3.15 Nov. 2003 ** ** Introduction: ============= This document shows you how to use the eeprom utility. This utility runs under DOS environment. Contents of the Subdirectory: ============================= EEPROM.EXE The eeprom utility program file. EEPROM.CFG The eeprom utility default configuration file. EEPROM.TXT This file. Usage: ====== The eeprom menu consists of four functions: 1. F1: Create Data File You should use this function to create a new EEPROM data file. The default value of "Ethernet ID", "Subsystem ID", "Subsystem Vendor ID" and "PHY address" are invalid. Modify them to the valid value and save to a file. 2. F2: Open Data File If you want to modify an existed EEPROM data file, you could use this function. 3. F3: Write to EEPROM After the EEPROM data file is OK, you could use this function to write the data file into EEPROM. 4. Esc: Exit Exit this program. Command line usage ================== Usage: EEPROM [option] option: -? This help. -h This help. -p[#] [MAC Address] filename [-i [filename1]] [-o filename2] Program EEPROM with data in filename and output the programmed MAC address to filename2 if -o is specified. use alternative way to modify MAC address if -i is specified. if filename1 is omitted, the program will read MAC from console. # : ( 1 ~ 8 ) card number, could be ignored. [MAC Address]: 12 HEX characters, could be ignored. p file1.nic : Program file1.nic with first adapter. p4 rpl.nic : Program rpl.nic with 4th adapter. -v[#] filename Verify EEPROM with data in filename. # : ( 1 ~ 8 ) card number, could be ignored. p file1.nic : Verify file1.nic with first adapter. p4 rpl.nic : Verify rpl.nic with 4th adapter. -f[#] filename Write filename with EEPROM data. # : ( 1 ~ 8 ) card number, could be ignored. f file1.nic : Write file1.nic with first adapter. f4 rpl.nic : Write rpl.nic with 4th adapter. -e Display extened menu item. -bm[#] <19|18|BBS|RPL|NO> Enable boot up methods. # : ( 1 ~ 8 ) card number, could be ignored. bm 19 : PXE: Try network boot first, then local drives. bm 18 : PXE: Try local drives boot first, then network. bm BBS: PXE: Boot according to BIOS setting. bm RPL: RPL: Try network boot first, then local drives. bm NO : Local drives boot. -g[#] generate 1's compliment checksum and write it to EEPROM 0fh (high byte). # : ( 1 ~ 8 ) card number, could be ignored. -c[#] check if the checksum stored in EEPROM is valid or not. # : ( 1 ~ 8 ) card number, could be ignored. -mi num filename Increase MAC address in filename by num. -md num filename Decrease MAC address in filename by num. -km[#] mac-address write mac-address to #th NIC's EEPROM MAC address field. -kv[#] SVID write SVID to #th NIC's EEPROM subsys-vendor ID field. -ks[#] SSID write SSID to #th NIC's EEPROM subsys-system ID field. Exit status: 0 Command execution success. 1 Command execution fail.Download Driver Pack
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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