Windows 95 Installation Guide ============================= An INF file is located under the directory A:\WIN95 for you to install the PCMCIA Ethernet card in a Windows 95 environment. Please follow the following steps to install the Ethernet card. 1. Click "Start", move mouse cursor to "Settings", move again to click "Control Panel". 2. If you can't find an icon with the title "PCMCIA Card(PCMCIA)", you need to install PCMCIA Socket service drivers before going to step 3. To install PCMCIA Socket services, please follow the following: 2.1 Double-click "Add New Hardware" from "Control Panel". 2.2 Click "Next". 2.3 Select "No", and click "Next". 2.4 Select "PCMCIA Socket", and click "Next". 2.5 Select "[Standard PCMCIA drivers]" from "Manufactures" list box, select "PCIC or compatible PCMCIA controller" from "Models" list box, and click "Next". 2.6 Click "Next". 2.7 If you are asked to insert "Windows 95 disk...", then do it. 2.8 Click "Finish". 2.9 Restart the computer. 3. If you do find an icon with the title "PCMCIA Card(PCMCIA)", check to see if it is working properly by double-clicking the "System" icon from "Control Panel", opening "PCMCIA Socket" from "Device Manager", and then double-clicking the "PCIC or compatible PCMCIA controller" or something similar. If it is not working properly, you will need to fix it before going to step 4. 4. Insert PCMCIA Ethernet card into PCMCIA socket, and a dialog box saying "TAMARACK-Ethernet" will appear. 5. Select "Driver from disk provided by hardware manufacturer", and click "OK". 6. When the "Install From Disk" dialog box appears, enter A:\WIN95. 7. If you are asked to insert "Windows 95 Disk...", then do it. 8. After the system is done copying files, restart the computer. NOTE: If your Windows 95 is OSR2 version, there will be a slight difference in user interface, but the steps are very similar to the ones described above. Troublshooting: 1. If you find Ethernet card is not working properly, try fixing the problem by changing IRQ and/or I/O range settings. These settings can be changed by following the following steps. 1.1 Click "Start", move mouse cursor to "Settings", move again to click "Control Panel". 1.2 Double-click "System" icon, select "Network Adapters" from "Device Manager", and double-click the PCMCIA Ethernet card item. 1.3 From "Resources", select "Interrupt Request" or "Input/Output Range", and then click "Change Setting" to change IRQ or I/O range. 1.4 Restart the computer.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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