oemsetup.inf Driver File Contents (sp12778.exe)

;; Windows for Workgroups 3.11
;; OEMSETUP.INF for Intel 82557-based Ethernet PCI Adapters
;; $Revision: 3 $
y = \wfw, "Intel(R) PRO/100+ PCI Adapter driver disk", D100DISK
z = \dos, "Intel(R) PRO/100+ PCI Adapter driver disk", D100DISK
in$e100b_g="Intel(R) PRO/100+ PCI Adapter",0,ndis,ethernet,0x7,in$e100b_install,in$e100b_nif
in$e100b_T="Intel(R) PRO/10+ PCI Adapter",0,ndis,ethernet,0x7,in$e100b_install,in$e100b_10_nif
param=SPEED,"Line Speed (Mbits/sec)",text,"Auto-Speed,10,100",Auto-Speed,0x30
param=FORCEDPX,"Force Duplex Setting",enum,"Auto-Negotiate,0,Half-Duplex,1,Full-Duplex,2",0,0x30
param=FORCEDPX,"Force Duplex Setting",enum,"Half-Duplex,1,Full-Duplex,2",1,0x30
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