Packet Driver Introduction: ------------- This document describes the procedure to setup the Packet driver for PCMCIA/CT II Ethernet card. Before you start with the installation process, make sure that the Card Manager software has been successfully installed. For information on installing the Card Manager software, please refer to the appropriate readme file, your Ethernet Adapter manual, or your computer manufacturer. Location of Driver: \PACKET\PCM200.COM ------------------ Install procedure: ------------------ 1. Load the packet driver using the software interrupt and any optional switches if required. Usage: PCM200 [options] <packet_int_no> <int_level> <io_addr> Example: PCM200 -i 0x60 0x5 0x300 The only required parameter is the software interrupt. A packet driver needs to have a software interrupt assigned to it for other programs to access it. The recommended interrupt 0x60. If you need any of the options listed below, place them before the software interrupt on the command line. -i - Force driver to report itself as 802.3 instead of Ethernet II. -d - Delayed initialization. Used for diskless booting -n - NetWare conversion. Converts 802.3 packets into 8137 packets -w - Windows hack, obsoleted by winpkt -p - Promiscuous mode disable -h - Help -u - Uninstall 2. This is an auto sensing packet driver. That means it will auto- matically scan the system until it finds the adapter I/O address and IRQ. The software interrupt will still need to be given in the command line when invoking the packet driver.(if not be given, the default value is 0x60) 3. Run PCM200.COM, the screen will appear following message: Packet driver for PCMCIA/CT II Ethernet Card, version 11.4.3 Conforming to PC/FTP Packet Driver Spec. v1.09. System: 86 processor, ISA bus, Two 8259s Packet driver software interrupt is 0x60 (96) Interrupt number 0x5 (5) I/O port 0x300 (768) Ethernet address is 00:00:1C:CB:C9:26 4. Now,You are ready to use FTP's PC/TCP and its related functions. Before installing the PCMCIA/CT II Ethernet LAN into workstation, you have to append the following lines into config.sys and autoexec.bat file or it would look like the following. < Sample CONFIG.SYS file > DEVICE=C:\DOS\SETVER.EXE DEVICE=C:\DOS\HIMEM.SYS DEVICE=C:\DOS\EMM386.EXE X=D000-D0FF RAM NOEMS DOS=HIGH,UMB FILES=30 BUFFERS=20 REM CardSoft(TM) 3.1 PCMCIA DRIVERS DEVICEHIGH=C:\CARDSOFT\SS365SL.EXE DEVICEHIGH=C:\CARDSOFT\CS.EXE /POLL:1 DEVICEHIGH=C:\CARDSOFT\CSALLOC.EXE DEVICEHIGH=C:\CARDSOFT\CARDID.EXE DEVICEHIGH=C:\CARDSOFT\ECARDCS.EXE /IRQ=5 /IO=300 STACKS=9,256 LASTDRIVE=Z < Sample AUTOEXEC.BAT file > @ECHO OFF PROMPT $p$g PATH C:\DOS;C:\PCTCP; PCM200 -i 0X60 0x5 0x300 ETHDRV Note: Since the default software interrupt is 0x60, IRQ is 5, I/O Port is 300. The file ETHDRV.EXE developed by FTP Software, Inc.It must be installed beforehand.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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