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*  Intel(R) 810 Chipset Driver for Windows* 95 and 
*  Windows* 98
*  Installation Readme                          
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*  NOTE:  This document refers to systems containing the 
*         following Intel chipset: 
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*           Intel(R) 810 Chipset 
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*  Date:  January 21, 2000   
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*  CONTENTS OF THIS DOCUMENT
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This document contains the following sections:

1.  System Requirements
2.  Localized Language Abbreviations
3.  Installing the Software
4.  Verifying Installation of the Software
5.  Identifying the Software Version Number
6.  Uninstalling the Software

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* 1.  SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
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1.  The system must contain one of the following Intel 
chipsets:

          Intel(R) 810 Chipset GMCH A-2
      
2.  The kit software should be installed on 
    systems with at least 32 MB of system memory.

3.  There should be sufficient hard disk space in the
    <TEMP> directory (typically C:\WINDOWS\TEMP) on the system,
    in order to install this software.

    The Windows* 95 INF files included with this distribution 
    package are designed to function with the following         
    versions of Windows* 95:
        
      Microsoft Windows* 95 4.00.950B (OSR2.1 with USB Supplement)
      Microsoft Windows* 95 4.00.950C (OSR2.5 with or without USB 
                                      Supplement)

    The Microsoft Windows* 98 INF files included with this 
    distribution package are designed to function with the 
    following version of Microsoft Windows* 98:
        
        Microsoft Windows 98* 4.10.1998

Please check with your system provider to determine the
operating system and Intel chipset used in your system.

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* 2.  LOCALIZED LANGUAGE ABBREVIATIONS
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The following list contains the abbreviations of all languages
into which the driver has been localized. You may have to
refer to this section while using this document.

ptb -> Brazilian Portuguese
dan -> Danish
nld -> Dutch
enu -> English
fin -> Finnish
fra -> French
frc -> French Canadian
deu -> German
ita -> Italian
eng -> International English
jpn -> Japanese
kor -> Korean
chs -> Mainland Chinese
plk -> Polish
ptg -> Portuguese
cht -> Traditional Chinese
nor -> Norwegian
rus -> Russian
esp -> Spanish
sve -> Swedish
tha -> Thai

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* 3.  INSTALLING AND EXECUTING THE SOFTWARE
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General Installation Notes:

1.  The operating system must be installed on the system prior 
    to installation. 

2.  This installation procedure is specific only to the 
    version of driver and installation file included in this 
    release. 

3.  You can choose six different methods of installation for 
    this release. The files that must be downloaded for each 
    are indicated in the appropriate section.

        1) InstallShield* (automated) install from hard drive
           See Section 3.1.
        2) InstallShield* (automated) install from CD-ROM
           See Section 3.1.
        3) InstallShield* (automated) install from floppy disk   
           See Section 3.2.
	4) Manual install from hard drive
           See Section 3.3.
	5) Manual install from CD-ROM
	   see Section 3.3.
	6) Manual install from floppy disk
	   See Section 3.4.

3.1 INSTALLSHIELD (AUTOMATED) INSTALL FROM CD-ROM or HARD DRIVE

1.  Download WIN9XCD.ZIP from the Web. Double-click to unzip. 
    (You must have WinZip* installed; download it from www.winzip.com).
    Hit the Extract button and indicate the directory into which
    the files are to be extracted. Hit the Extract button to unzip
    the files to that directory.

2.  At this point you have three options for install. If you
    wish to do a manual install, refer to Section 3.3 or 3.4
    below.

    If you wish to install from CD, copy the entire contents, 
    including subdirectories, of the directory where you unzipped 
    the WIN9XCD.ZIP file. Insert the CD-ROM into the drive. If
    you have Autorun enabled, the installer will begin automatically.
    Otherwise enter the graphics directory on the CD-ROM and double-
    click SETUP.EXE.

    If you wish to install from the hard drive, enter the directory
    where you unzipped the WIN9XCD.ZIP file. Enter the graphics 
    subdirectory and double-click SETUP.EXE.

3.  Click "Next" at the Welcome screen.

4.  Read the license agreement and click "Yes" to continue.

5.  This screen indicates the directory in which the End-User
    Diagnostic Utility files will be stored.
    NOTE: The graphics driver is not installed here, only the
    EUD utility files are. (It is installed in the appropriate
    Windows system directories). If you wish to change the
    directory in which the EUD will be stored, click "Browse"
    and change the directory. Click "Next" to continue.

6.  The driver files will now be installed. When finished 
    installing, choose the "Yes" to reboot option, and click
    "Finish" to restart your computer. The driver should now
    be loaded. To determine if the driver has been loaded
    correctly, refer to the Verifying Installation section
    below.


3.2 INSTALLSHIELD (AUTOMATED) INSTALL FROM FLOPPY DISK

1.  Floppy disk install is broken down by language, so you need
    to download the correct file from the Web for the driver
    language needed. File names are in the format WIN9Xxxx,
    where xxx is the three-letter abbreviation of the desired
    language. (See Section 2, Localized Language Abbreviations). 

2.  After downloading the correct file from the Web, 
    double-click to unzip them. (WinZip must already be installed;
    download it from www.winzip.com). Hit the Extract button
    and indicate the directory into which the files are to be
    extracted. Hit the "Extract" button to unzip the files
    to that directory.

3.  The files will unzip into multiple subdirectories, each
    labeled for its own disk. Copy the contents of these 
    directories to their corresponding floppy disks.

4.  Insert floppy 1 into the disk drive. Go to the floppy
    directory and double-click on setup.exe.

5.  Click "Next" on the introduction screen.

6.  Read the license agreement and click "Yes" to continue.

7.  This screen indicates the directory into which the End-User
    Diagnostic files will be stored. If you wish to change this
    directory, click "Browse" and change the directory. Click
    "Next" to continue.

8.  The driver files will be copied from the floppy. Insert 
    the remaining floppies as directed and click "OK". 

9.  When finished, click "Yes" to restart your computer. The 
    driver should now be loaded. To determine if the driver has 
    been loaded correctly, refer to the Verifying Installation 
    section below.


3.3 MANUAL INSTALL FROM CD-ROM OR HARD DRIVE 

1.  Download WIN9XCD.ZIP from the Web. Double-click to unzip. 
    (You must have WinZip installed; download it from www.winzip.com).
    Hit the Extract button and indicate the directory into which
    the files are to be extracted. Hit the Extract button to unzip
    the files to that directory. Transfer the files to a CD if 
    you wish to install from the CD-ROM.

2.  Select the My Computer icon, the Control Panel icon, and 
    then the Display icon.

3.  You should now be in the Display Properties window. 
    Select the Settings tab, and click on the Advanced 
    Properties button. 

4.  In the Advanced Display Properties window, select the 
    Adapter tab, and click the Change... button.

5.  The Update Device Driver Wizard window appears. 
    Click on the Next button to continue.

6.  A new window appears, prompting either for Windows to 
    search for a device driver or for manual selection. Click 
    the following option: "Display a list of all the drivers in
    a specific location, so you can select the driver you want." 
    After this, click on the Next button.

7.  From the new window, click on the Have Disk button and
    then the Browse button.

8.  Enter the directory where you unzipped WIN9XCD.ZIP and 
    then enter the Graphics subdirectory. Next enter the 
    Win9X subdirectory. If you wish to install the English 
    version of the driver, simply click "OK". (The 
    I81xw9x.inf file should be highlighted.) If you wish to 
    install a localized driver file, next enter the Inf
    subdirectory (from the Graphics subdirectory), and then
    enter the directory for the language you wish to install.
    (See Section 2, Localized Language Abbreviations.)
    At this point, the i81xw9x.inf file should be highlighted.
    Click "OK".

9.  Click "OK". The Select Device screen should open and it
    may have two options to choose from. (Some systems may have 
    only one.) Select "Intel 82810-DC100 Graphics Controller Hub" 
    if you have a system with display cache, and select "Intel
    82810 Graphics Controller Hub" if you have a system with no 
    display cache. Click "OK".  

10. Click "Next". The driver should install. Click "Finish" 
    when done.

11. Close all open windows and click "Yes" to reboot. The 
    driver should now be loaded. To determine if the driver has 
    been loaded correctly, refer to the Verifying Installation 
    section below.


3.4  MANUAL INSTALL FROM FLOPPY DISK

1.  The floppy disk install is broken down by language, so you 
    need to download the correct file from the Web for the driver 
    language needed. File names are of the format WIN9Xxxx, where 
    xxx is the three-letter abbreviation of the desired language. 
    (See Section 2, Localized Language Abbreviations.) 

2.  Once you have downloaded the correct file from the Web, 
    double-click to unzip it. (You must have WinZip installed; 
    download it from www.winzip.com). Hit the Extract button
    and indicate the directory into which the files are to be
    extracted. Hit the Extract button to unzip the files to
    that directory.

3.  The files will unzip into multiple subdirectories labeled 
    accordingly. Copy the contents of these directories 
    to their corresponding floppy disks.

4.  Select the My Computer icon, the Control Panel icon, and 
    then the Display icon.

5.  You should now be in the Display Properties window. 
    Select the Settings tab, and click on the Advanced 
    Properties button. 

6.  In the Advanced Display Properties window, select the 
    Adapter tab, and click the Change... button.

7.  The Update Device Driver Wizard window appears. 
    Click on the Next button to continue.

8.  A new window appears, prompting either for Windows to 
    search for a device driver or for manual selection. Click 
    the following option: "Display a list of all the drivers 
    in a specific location, so you can select the driver you
    want." After this, click on the Next button.

9.  From the new window, click on the Have Disk button and
    then the Browse button.

10. Click "OK". The Select Device screen should open and 
    may have two options to choose from. (Some systems may have 
    only one). Select "Intel 82810-DC100 Graphics Controller Hub" 
    if you have a system with display cache, and select "Intel 
    82810 Graphics Controller Hub" if you have a system with no 
    display cache. Click "OK".  

11. Click "Next". Follow any prompts for additional floppy 
    disks to be inserted. The driver should then install. Click 
    "Finish" when done.

12. Close all open windows and click "Yes" to reboot. The 
    driver should now be loaded. To determine if the driver has 
    been loaded correctly, refer to the Verifying Installation 
    section below.

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* 4.  VERIFYING INSTALLATION OF THE SOFTWARE
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1.  From the Windows 95 or Windows 98 desktop, click on
    "My Computer", "Control Panel", and then "System".

2.  You should be in the System Properties window. Click 
    on the Device Manager tab. From here, go down to "Display 
    Adapter" and click. The driver associated with the display 
    adapter should read as follows: "Intel 82810-DC100 Graphics
    Controller Hub" or "Intel 82810 Graphics Controller Hub".
    If not, the driver must be reinstalled. To check 
    the version of the driver, refer to the section below.

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* 5.  IDENTIFYING THE SOFTWARE VERSION NUMBER
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1.  Select the My Computer icon, the Control Panel icon, and 
    then the Display icon.

2.  You should now be in the Display Properties window. 
    Select the Settings tab and click the Advanced button.

3.  Select the Version tab. The entry for the Display 
    Driver Version should be the appropriate version number. 
    If not, then a different driver is being used.

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* 6.  UNINSTALLING THE SOFTWARE
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NOTE: This procedure assumes that the above installation process 
      was successful. This uninstallation procedure is specific 
      only to the version of the driver and installation file 
      included in this package. 

1.  From the Windows 95 or Windows 98 desktop, click on
    "My Computer", "Control Panel", and then "Display".

2.  You should be in the Display Properties window. Click 
    on the Settings tab. Next click the Advanced button. 

3.  Select the Adapter tab. The driver information will 
    appear. Click on the Change button. 

4.  The Update Device Driver Wizard window should open. 
    Click "Next".

5.  In the next window, select the "Display a list" option
    and click the Next button. Next click on "Show all 
    hardware".

6.  In the split screen window under "Manufacturers:", select 
    "(Standard display types)". In the other half of the split 
    window, select "Standard PCI Graphics Adapter (VGA)", then 
    click on the Next button.

7.  On the next screen, hit "Next". If needed, direct
    Windows to the location of your Windows 95 or Windows 98
    installation CD-ROM. The VGA driver should be loaded.
    Click on "Finish" and reboot the system as directed,
    in order for the changes to take effect.

8.  To verify that the VGA driver was installed correctly, 
    refer to Section 4 and look for "Standard PCI Graphics 
    Adapter (VGA)," instead of "Intel 82810 Graphics Controller 
    Hub".

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