Autorun.ini Driver File Contents (NBK001835_XP_LAN_7_3_13_0.exe)

//|
//| =========================================================================================
//| AutoRun Screen Configuration Section ======================================== AutoRun.ini
//| =========================================================================================
//|
//|	Autorun Section Keywords:
//|	-------------------------
//|		Launch
//|		Menu
//|		Choice
//|		QueryYesNo
//|		QueryCancel
//|		TraceEnable
//|		Checkbox
//|		Return
//|		Exit
//|
//|	Notes:
//|	------
//|	*	Comment indicators invalidate the entire line.
//|	*	Multiple tabs not permitted before an entry name. Single tab required.
//|
//|	*	The "Execution" keyword may be repeated 'n' times. Theses words are scanned until one 
//|		is found that references a valid file.
//|	*	If an item does not resolve with a usuable associated executable it is not included.
//|	*	Multiple entries can exist that only differ by "Execution" and "Tool_Tips". Only the
//|		satisfied entry will display.
//| -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
//|
//|
//|	Execution Keywords
//|	------------------
//|
//|	Execute64 - Default execution for 64-bit
//|	Execute32 - Default execution for 32-bit
//|	Execute95 - Exception for Win95
//|	ExecuteME - Exception for WinME
//|	Execute9X - Exception for Win9X (includes WinME)
//|	ExecuteNT - Exception for NT4
//|	Execute2K - Exception for Win2K
//|	ExecuteXP - Exception for WinXP
//|	ExecuteNet - Exception for Windows 32-bit .NET Server (obsolete...provided for backward compatibility)
//|	ExecuteNet32 - Exception for Windows 32-bit .NET Server (Windows Server 2003)
//|	ExecuteNet64 - Exception for Windows 64-bit .NET Server (Windows Server 2003)
//|
//|
//|	*	Execution keywords may be used with "Launch" and "Menu" keywords.
//|	*	If a specific OS execution is present then it overrides the default.
//|	*	If a default is not specified, then a specific OS action has to be present
//|		or no action will occur.  	
//| -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
//|

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//|
//|	Menu definitions follow. The first defined menu will be loaded as default
//|
//| =========================================================================================

//<MainMenu>
//	ScreenBmp = Autorun.bmp
//	Menu_Item = Wired
//	Menu_Item = Wireless
//	Menu_Item = GPRS
//	Menu_Item = TraceEnable
//	Menu_Item = Exit

<MainMenu>
	ScreenBmp = AutoWire.bmp
	Menu_Item = InstallBaseDriver
	Menu_Item = MakeDisk
	Menu_Item = RNotes
	Menu_Item = Exit

//| =========================================================================================
//|
//|	Menu selection item definitions follow.
//|
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//| =========================================================================================
//|
//|	Menu item definitions follow. These may be included in any defined menu.  
//|	Descriptor names in [] must be unique.
//|
//| =========================================================================================

[InstallBaseDriver]
	Operation = Launch
	ButtonStr = #121		// "Install Base Driver"
	Tool_Tips = #143
	Execute32 = Setup.exe,W2K /nonotes
	Execute64 = Setup.exe,W2K /nonotes
	Warning95 = #110
	Message95 = #111

[MakeDisk]
	Operation = Launch
	ButtonStr = #122		// "Create Driver Disks"
	Tool_Tips = #146
	Execute32 = MAKEDISK\dcreate.exe
	Execute64 = MAKEDISK\dcreate.exe

[RNotes]
	Operation =  Launch
	ButtonStr = #127		// "View Release Notes"
	Tool_Tips = #154
	Execute32 = RelNotes.rtf
	Execute64 = RelNotes.rtf

[Exit]
	Operation =  Exit
	ButtonStr = #128		// "EXIT"
	Tool_Tips = #136                // "Exit Program"


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//|	#110 - "This installation program supports Windows* 98 and later."
//|	#111 - "To install Intel(R) PROSet+ on Windows 95, start setup.exe from the Windows\PROSet2\IA32\PROSet+ directory." 
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//| 	#120 - "Install Software"
//|	#121 - "Install Base Driver"
//|	#122 - "Create Install Disk"
//|	#123 - "PCI or Cardbus Adapter"
//|	#124 - "Wireless Adapter"
//|	#125 - "Install SNMP"
//|	#126 - "View User Guides"
//|	#127 - "View Release Notes"
//|	#128 - "EXIT"
//|	#129 - "Back"
//|
//|	#140 - "Install Intel(R) PROSet and drivers for your adapter." 
//|	#141 - "Install Intel(R) PROSet software, used to manage Intel PRO adapters."
//|	#142 - "Do you also want to update drivers for Intel PRO/100 and PRO/1000 adapters?"
//|	#143 - "Install or update the minimum drivers for Intel(R) PRO/100 and PRO/1000 adapters." 
//|	#144 - "Install or updates drivers for Intel(R) PRO/100 and PRO/1000 adapters installed on this computer." 
//| #145 - "Windows 98 and Windows NT 4: You must restart the computer before drivers become active."
//|	#146 - "Create driver install disk for Intel(R) PRO/100 and PRO/1000 adapters."
//|	#147 - "Create a driver installation floppy disk for installing base drivers on a computer with no CD ROM or network connection."
//|	#148 - "Install Intel(R) SNMP software. Requires that Microsoft SNMP service be installed."
//|	#149 - "The Install Disk Utility enables you to create a floppy disk for base driver installation. This utility is useful if you only want to install adapter drivers on a computer or if a computer does not have a CD-ROM."
//| #150 - "Adapter type"
//| #151 - "Description"
//| #152 - "Create install disk for a Wireless adapter."
//| #153 - "View information about how to set up and configure your adapter."
//| #154 - "View information about this release."
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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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