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	    Microsoft Windows 95 Driver Installation
		 For Ethernet+Modem PC Card

File description:

    ETHPCMF.INF:     Ethernet+Modem PC Card information file
    ETHPCMDM.INF:    Modem driver information file
    ETHPCNET.INF:    Ethernet driver information file
    ETHPCM.SYS:      Windows 95 device driver
    README.TXT:      This file

Windows 95 (Release 950 and 950a) installation procedure: 
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	1. Insert the PC card into a PCMCIA slot.  Wait for the "New 
	   Hardware Found" window to appear, with "PCMCIA-UE2218-LAN/MODEM"
	   displayed as the device name.

	2. Select "Drivers from disk provided by hardware manufacturer,"
	   and click <OK>.

	3. Wait for "Install From Disk" window to appear. Insert driver
	   diskette in the floppy drive (A:). Type "A:\WIN95", and click <OK>.

	4. Windows 95 displays the message "Unknown device", and follows with 
           another message "Ethernet+Modem PC Card (modem)."  Windows 95 detects
           the adapter and installs the device information file for the modem device.
	   
	5. Windows 95 displays the message "Unknown device", and follows with 
           another message "Ethernet+Modem PC Card (Ethernet)."  Windows 95 
           detects the adapter and installs the driver for the LAN (Ethernet) 
           device.  If Windows 95 asks for the Windows 95 CD-ROM, please specify 
	   its location.  
	   
	6. Wait for the installation process to complete.

	7. In the Control Panel, select the "Network" icon.  If the desired
	   clients (e.g. Client for Microsoft Networks) are not
	   installed, please install them.

	8. Restart Windows 95 to effect the changes.

Windows 95 (Release 950 B) installation procedure: 
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	1. Insert the PC card into a PCMCIA slot.  Wait for the "New 
	   Hardware Found" window to appear, with "PCMCIA-UE2218-LAN/MODEM"
	   displayed as the device name.

	2. The "Update Device Driver Wizard" window appears, with the 
	   message stating "This wizard will complete the installation of:
	   Standard PCMCIA Card Modem."  Click the "Next" button.

	3. Windows 95 then asks for the location of the driver.  Click 
	   on "Other Locations."  The "Select Other Location" dialog
	   box appears.  Type "A:\WIN95," and click <OK>.

	4. The "Update Device Driver Wizard" window shows up again, with 
	   the message stating "Windows found the following updated driver for
	   the device: Ethernet+Modem PC Card."
	   Click on "Finish" to complete installation.

	5. Windows 95 asks for the location of the ETHPCMDM.INF file.
	   Enter "A:\WIN95" in the dialog box, and click <OK>.

	6. Windows 95 displays the message "Unknown device", and follows with 
           another message "Ethernet+Modem PC Card (modem)."  Windows 95 
           detects the adapter and installs the device information file for the 
           modem device.
	   
	7. Windows 95 displays the message "Unknown device", and follows with 
           another message "Ethernet+Modem PC Card (Ethernet)."  Windows 95 
	   detects the adapter and installs the driver for the LAN (Ethernet) 
           device.  If Windows 95 asks for the Windows 95 CD-ROM, please specify 
	   its location.
	   
	8. Wait for the installation process to complete.

	9. In Control Panel, select the "Network" icon.  If the desired
	   clients (e.g. Client for Microsoft Networks) are not
	   installed, please install them.

       10. Restart Windows 95 to effect the changes.

Reinstsall Procedure:

   If you receive a new driver for the PC card, you need to reinstall the
driver.  To completely install the new driver, you need to remove information 
about the old driver first.  

   Depending on which version of the old driver you have installed, 
and depending on the version of Windows 95 you're using, the information about 
the original driver may be stored in different locations on the hard disk.  
The following is a step-by-step guide to help you to remove all the 
related files.

   In the following discussion, it is assumed the Windows 95 system files 
are installed under the C:\<win95 sytem directory>.

	1. Change directory to \<win95 sytem directory>\INF.  
           Note that this directory is hidden, but you can change to this 
           directory.

	2. There may be one or two OEMx.INF files in \<win95 sytem directory>\INF  
	   that contain information about the card (x in OEMx.INF represents a 
	   digit, such as OEM0.INF.)  Check the content of all the OEMx.INF 
	   files, and delete those that are related to the PC card.

	3. In \<win95 sytem directory>\INF, search for and delete the following 
           two files:

		ETHPCMDM.INF
		ETHPCNET.INF

	   If these two files do not exist, ignore this step.

	4. If the directory \<win95 sytem directory>\INF\OTHER exists, 
           carry out this step. Otherwise go to Step 5.

	   Delete the following files included in
           \<win95 sytem directory>\INF\OTHER:

	   MicrosoftETHPCMF.inf
	   MicrosoftETHPCMDM.inf
	   MicrosoftETHPCNET.inf

	5. In Control Panel, select the "System" icon, and then select the
	   "Device Manager" tab.

	6. Double click on the "Multi-function adapters" item.  The 
	   "Ethernet+Modem PC Card" entry appears.  Click on 
	   this entry to select it.

	7. Press the "Remove" button.  When the system asks for confirmation,
	   select <OK>.

	8. After the system removes the Multi-function device, the 
	   associated Modem and LAN devices are also removed.  The system 
	   then asks you to confirm to restart the system.  Select <OK>.

	9. After the system restarts, please follow the steps under the 
	   "installation procedure" to install the new driver.

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