This subdirectory gives you about information for Socket Services and Card Services installation. To attach the PCMCIA/CT II card to a network, you must communicate with your PC's PCMCIA host controller and with your network operating system. Both these tasks require specific software. The PCMCIA/CT II card is offering the Enable Programs, allows you to establishes a connection between the PCMCIA/CT II card and the host controller inside your PC. The following is explained about Enable Programs. ECARD.EXE file ---- Card enabler/Socket services client. ECARDCS.EXE file ---- Card services client. ECARDHP.EXE file ---- Socket services enabler for HP Omnibook 300. ECARDOS2.OS2 file ---- Card enabler/Socket services client for OS2 system. TMI.CLB file ---- LAN Card library file for Systemsoft 3.1. Socket Services and Card Services Installation ============================================== 1. If your system does already have Card and Socket Services software installed, we recommend the following: 1.1 First try to use the Socket and Card Services software already installed on your system, such as Systemsoft Cardsoft 3.1 or Phoenix Manager 3.0. 1.2 You can config this PCMCIA/CT II card directly by using the config utility that come with your PCMCIA Card drive. The foiiowing parameters will help you to config this PCMCIA/CT II card. Product name : Ethernet Configuration index: 0x20 (0x21,0x22,0x23) I/O Port address : 0x300 (0x320,0x340,0x360) I/O Length/size : 32 bytes I/O bus width : 16 bit IRQ : 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 12, 15 Memory Windows : Disable 1.3 Otherwise, if you are using this LAN Card with Systemsoft Cardsoft 3.1, this diskette provides you a Card Library File "TMI.CLB". You may edit the file "CARDID.INI" that is located on the subdirectory where the Cardsoft is installed. Using any text edit this file and insert the following line to the [Libraries] section CardLib=TMI.CLB than save the CARDID.INI file and reboot the system. Note:You must reboot the system whenever you change the parameters of the system otherwise you may not get proper function. Some PCs do not return the PCMCIA socket to its default configuration when the PC is re-booted by using the <Ctr>+<Alt>+<Del> keytokes (i.e. a warm start). When you are using PCMCIA cards, it is sometimes necessary to turn you system power off and back on to correctly reset the PCMCIA Card. 2. If this LAN Card does not operate properly with the Card and Socket services that already installed on your system, you need to install ECARDCS.EXE. You can run the ECARDCS.EXE Card services client from your CONFIG.SYS file, or as a command line. The syntax of the client as a CONFIG.SYS device driver is: DEVICE=[drive:][path\]ECARDCS.EXE[/<switch>/<switch>..] <switch> /IRQ=Interrupt number(3,4,5,9,10,12,15); 3 is default /IO=IO range(300,320,340,360); 300 is default /SKT=Socket number(1 to 8); 1 is default /MEM=Hex memory location(e.g. C0,C8,D0,D8); D8 is default Example :(SystemSoft CardSoft) DEVICE=C:\CARDSOFT\SSCIRRUS.EXE (Socket Service driver) DEVICE=C:\CARDSOFT\CS.EXE (Card Service driver) DEVICE=C:\CARDSOFT\CSALLOC.EXE C:\CARDSOFT\CSALLOC.INI DEVICE=C:\CARDSOFT\CARDID.EXE C:\CARDSOFT\CARDID.INI DEVICE=C:\ECARDCS.EXE /IRQ=5 /IO=300 3. If your system does not have Card services or Socket services, you should use Card Enabler ECARD.EXE. You can run the ECARD.EXE Card enabler from your CONFIG.SYS file, or as a command line. The syntax of the client as a CONFIG.SYS device driver is : DEVICE=[driver:][path\]ECARD.EXE [<switch> <switch> ...] <switch> /IRQ=Interrupt number(3,4,5,9,10,12,15); 3 is default /IO=IO range(300,320,340,360); 300 is default /SKT=Socket number(1 to 8); 1 is default /MEM=Hex memory location(e.g. C0,C8,D0,D8); D8 is default Example 1: DEVICE=EMM386.EXE NOEMS /X=D800-D8FF DEVICE=ECARD.EXE /IRQ=5 /IO=300 Example 2: DEVICE=EMM386.EXE NOEMS /X=D000-D0FF DEVICE=ECARD.EXE /IRQ=5 /IO=300 /MEM=D0 Note: Since ECARD.EXE requires a 0x100 bytes (hex) address range for use as a memory window, you need to exclude the address D800-D8FF (Default) only if you are loading a memory window manager(EMM386) via a DEVICE line in CONFIG.SYS. 4. HP Omnibook 300 operation procedure 4.1. Remove your PCMCIA Card from slot A. 4.2. Warm boot<press <Ctrl>+<Alt>+<Del>) you Omnibook, wait unit "boot up" is completed. 4.3. Insert the LAN Card into slot A. 4.4. Omnibook will show you a pop-up message, press <Esc> 4.5. Execute the enabler program by entering the following at the DOS prompt: ECARDHP <Enter> 4.6. Then, load the Network software.Download Driver Pack
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