PCMCIA Ethernet Card Setup for Client 32 Drivers in Windows 95 ----------------------------------------------------------------- Client32 drivers are required for connecting to a 4.x server while in Windows 95 only. Before you begin, obtain the Client32 disks or CD-ROM from Novell. You may be able to download a copy of the disk(s) from Novell's BBS or web site. Remove the PCMCIA Ethernet Card from your PC now if it has already been inserted into a PCMCIA slot. Follow the directions below to install and/or configure your Client32 drivers for use with the Ethernet Card. 1. If Novell's Client32 drivers are already installed on your computer, do the following to remove any network adapter settings that may conflict with the Ethernet Card: Click on Start, Settings, Control Panel, and double-click on the Network icon. If you see any network adapters listed in the box, remove them. Finally, remove all floppy disks from your computer and reboot. 2. If you have not installed Novell's Client32 drivers onto your computer, run the Client32 SETUP.EXE program. When the program appears, click Yes, followed by Start to begin the installation. When Setup is finished copying files to your system, reboot. 3. After Windows 95 is up and running, remove all floppy disks from your computer. Insert the EthernetCard into your PC. There are currently two versions of Windows 95: the original release (version A) a later release (also known as OSR2, or version B) The Client32 installation procedure will vary from this point forward depending on the version of 95 that you're using. If a window appears that is titled New Hardware Found, you are using version A. Skip to step 4 below. If a window appears that is titled Device Driver Wizard instead, you are using version B. Skip to step 7 below. 4. You are using version A. Click OK. Click on the Driver from disk provided by hardware manufacturer option, then click OK. 5. Put the EthernetCard disk into drive A. Type a:\client32 and press Enter. If you receive a Msgsrv32 error message, don't worry -- just click on the Ignore button. Some versions of the Client32 Novell software have a bug. Ignore it and proceed. 6. Windows 95 will begin copying files. Supply any setup disks or CD-ROMs as necessary. When asked if you want to restart your computer, choose Yes. Skip to step 10. 7. You are using version B. Click Next. Windows 95 will scan your computer. 8. Click on the Other Locations button when it appears. Put the EthernetCard disk into drive A. Type a:\client32 and press Enter. Windows 95 will locate the client driver. Click on the Finish button. If you receive a Msgsrv32 error message, don't worry -- just click on the Ignore button. Some versions of the Client32 Novell software have a bug. Ignore it and proceed. 9. When the installation is complete, restart your computer. 10. After rebooting your PC, click on Start, Settings, Control Panel, and double-click on the Network icon. Double-click on Novell NetWare Client32 and make any setting changes as necessary. When you're finished, save them and reboot. The Client32 drivers have been installed. You should now be able to access your Novell NetWare network through the Network Neighborhood icon. If you would also like to enable Windows 95 built-in networking in order to share files, drives, and printers between computers, follow all of the directions in the File & Printer Sharing section of the Windows 95 README.TXT document that is included on the Ethernet Card disk.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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