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                     Ethernet+Modem PC Card 
                     Driver Support Overview

 (1) To install the DOS/ODI driver you can use the \INSTALL.BAT
     program.  This program copies the DOS/ODI driver files to your 
     system (C:\PCMCIA_1 directory).  A STARTNET.BAT file is also created.
     You can use this batch file to log onto a Novell Netware server 
     from your workstation.

 (2) For most network operating systems, each system has its individual
     driver installation procedure.  During installation, the system
     will ask you to specify the location of the driver files.  For
     the names of the directories on this diskette that contain the
     drivers for the supported operating systems, please refer to the
     RELEASE.TXT file.

     For example, for the Windows 95 system, when the system detects the
     new hardware, it asks you to specify the location of the driver
     files.  Insert this driver diskette in drive A:, and enter "A:\WIN95" 
     in the dialog box.  Windows 95 then searches for all the required
     files and installs the driver automatically.

     Under each directory there is a README.TXT file.  This file
     provides more detailed installation information for the
     respective operating system.

 (3) In the Microsoft DOS environment, the Card Information Structure (CIS)  
     of this card identifies itself as a modem card. If you use the Super Client 
     Driver (generic enabler) to enable this card, the card can perform as 
     a modem card, and you can use any standard communication software with this  
     card for the modem function.

     If you are not using the Super Client Driver to enable modem service,
     you can install the appropriate drivers included in this diskette.
     The DOS/ODI driver, the NDIS2 driver, or the packet driver can support
     both the Ethernet (LAN) and modem functions for most computers.  
     When any of these drivers initializes, it will select a free COM port, 
     and display a message indicating which COM port is in use. You have to 
     select this COM port to configure the modem communication software.

 (4) In DOS, if you have included the EMM386.EXE in your CONFIG.SYS, please
     preserve a memory range in your system.  This space will be used by
     the PCMCIA software to read the information stored on the PC Card.

       Example: DEVICE=EMM386.EXE NOEMS X=D000-DFFF

     This statement reserves 64K bytes of memory for the PCMCIA

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