Windows* 95/98/Me Push Install Instructions =========================================== Contents I. A note about computer names in Microsoft* networks II. Setting up an install directory on the file server III. Deployment Methods IV. Where to get help I. A note about computer names in Microsoft networks There cannot be more than one computer with a particular name on the network at any time, even during installation. Consequently to deploy Windows 9x on multiple computers, you must manually change the value of the computer name. Different configuration managers exist to overcome this hurdle in enterprise OS deployments. For more information on deploying Windows 95/98/ME in an enterprise network, consult the Windows 95/98 resource kit. II. Setting up an install directory on the file server Note: The network share Z:\PUSH is used here as an example path to the distribution folder. The distribution folder is where the setup files for Windows 9x reside. During the first step of the install, the client will connect to the distribution folder with IPX or TCP/IP. Before an unattended server based setup of Windows 9x can occur, a directory needs to be prepared. 1. Copy the Win9x setup folder from the Windows CD to Z:\PUSH. Use Explorer, Winfile or XCOPY in order to maintain the same directory structure as on the CD. 2. Use the pushcopy.bat batch file located in the PushInstall directory on the Driver CD to copy the necessary files to Z:\PUSH or alternatively copy the entire Driver CD to Z:\PUSH. Note: By default pushcopy.bat copies all of the files required to install the driver and PROSetII. However, PROSetII will not be installed during the push installation unless the appropriate line in MSBATCH.INF in uncommented. 3. Review the copy of MSBATCH.INF within the Z:\PUSH directory. Make any changes needed to customize the install. Note: Be sure to read the comments in the [RunOnce.BatchDelay] section and uncomment the appropriate batch commands for your installation. III. Deployment Methods There are many ways to perform an unattended installation or upgrade including but not limited to: - Setting up a login script that executes a setup statement when each user logs in - Inserting an object in an email message that runs setup when the user clicks it - Using Microsoft SMS server to run Windows 9x Setup - Inserting a floppy that shares a drive on the network and runs setup from the shared drive - Copying the files to a local drive and then running an unattended setup from there - Use the Boot Strap Agent and an installed PXE Server. See the Boot Agent Users Guide for deployment suggestions and strategies for each OS. In the end each Network Administrator will find the easiest way to accomplish this goal for his or her own network. To avoid possible areas where an unattended installation might be halted we recommend you use one of the following setup command lines for Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows Millennium respectively: Note: Do not include the argument "/ID" if there is any doubt that there is sufficient free hard disk space. Windows 95: SETUP /IS /IW /IM Windows 98: SETUP /IS /ID /IM /IE /IW - "/IV" turns off billboards and speeds up the setup. - "/ID" turns off free diskspace check Windows Millennium: SETUP /IS /ID /IM /IE /IW /IV IV. Where to get help The Windows Resource kits contains detailed information on unattended setups and deploying Windows 95/98 in an enterprise environment. Microsoft's support web site is also a good source: http://search.support.microsoft.com/ *Third-party trademarks are the property of their respective owners.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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