README.TXT Driver File Contents (PCN110.exe)

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NOTES ON
Installing Maxtech PCN110 Fast Ethernet PC Card
For Windows NT 3.51 Users
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(c) 1998 Copyright Maxtech ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

This document contains installation notes, which is not included in the
PCN110 Fast Ethernet PC Card USER'S GUIDE or onscreen instructions,
for Windows NT 3.51 users regarding PCN110 Fast Ethernet PC Card
installation.

Windows NT3.51 users, please also refer to the following:

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        README.TXT        Overall installation notes for all users


This document contains information on the following topics:


        The Windows NT CD is needed to complete this installation.

        1. In the "Main" window,
           double-click on the "Control Panel" icon.

        2. In the "Control Panel" window,
           double-click on the "Network" icon.

        3. In the "Network" window,
           click on the [Add Adapter] button.

           Windows NT will display a list of all available drivers.

        4. In the "Add Network Adapter" window,
           Select "<Other> Requires disk from manufacturer"
           for third party adapters not included in the list.
           Then click on the [Continue] button.

           The program prompts for the directory containing the
           Ethernet drivers.

        5. Insert the driver diskette in floppy disk drive, and then type
           the following:

                A:\

           Then click on the [OK] button.

        6. In the "Select OEM Option" window,
           Select "Maxtech PCN110 Fast Ethernet PC Card" item,
           then click on the [OK] button.

        7. Windows NT will attempt to locate the OEMSETUP.INF file in the
           specified path. If it exists there, Windows NT will then copy
           the appropriate drivers to the Windows NT system.

        8. The drivers are now properly installed.  The installation
           procedure will then proceed to the next steps. Please refer to
           your Windows NT installation guide for information on these
           steps.

        9. Windows NT will pop up one window to ask the value of some
           keywords. Such as  "IO Port", "IRQ Number", "Connection Type",
           "Network Address".

       10. If you want to change the default MAC Address, USE the
           "Network Address" to specify the MAC Address. The Network
           Address is a 12 digits string (example: 001122334455)

       11. After the initial installation, the drivers will be permanently
           installed to the Windows NT system.  In the Future, the
           network driver list will include these drivers as options.


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