INSTALL.TXT Driver File Contents (ET32P-14.EXE)

        DOS ODI Driver Installation for NetWare DOS Client
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   Driver Location
   ---------------

        \DOS\ET32ODI.COM

   This information covers the following two topics.

   * ET32ODI.COM Keyword Definition
   * NetWare DOS Client Installation
   * Netware 3.12/4.0x/4.1 Client

   ET32ODI.COM Keyword Definition for NET.CFG
   -----------------------------------------

   Filename   :  ET32ODI.COM

   Description:  ET32/Px DOS client ODI driver

   DriverName :  ET32ODI

   Parameter   Usage
   -----------------------------------------------------------------------
   PCIBOARD    Specify the board number of the PCI adapter if multiple PCI
               adapters are installed in one system.

               Value : 1 - 4
   -----------------------------------------------------------------------
   FRAME       Specify the frame types. (multiple selections)

               The valid values are : Ethernet_802.2
                                      Ethernet_802.3
                                      Ethernet_II
                                      Ethernet_SNAP
   -----------------------------------------------------------------------
   Note: All keywords and values are caps insensitive.


   Netware DOS Client Installation
   -------------------------------

   This subdirectory has been properly structured for Netware DOS Client
   software installation. Just enter "A:\DOS" for driver disk drive prompt
   during client software installation.

   In the \DOS directory, there is one sample NET.CFG file for manually
   installing your ODI driver. In the file, all parameter lines are marked
   with "#" except the Link driver lines. That means the driver will
   configure the adapter automatically using the sample NET.CFG file.

   Link Driver ET32ODI

   #       PCIBOARD        1
   #       FRAME           Ethernet_802.3
   #       FRAME           Ethernet_802.2
   #       FRAME           Ethernet_SNAP
   #       FRAME           Ethernet_II

   NetWare DOS Requester
           FIRST NETWORK DRIVE = F

   With no keyword specified in the NET.CFG file, the driver will search
   the adapter automatically and Ethernet_802.2 frame type is used.

   You may remove the "#" mark in any specific parameter line and specify
   a valid value for it.

   The batch file for client startup using ODI loading procedure (not VLM)
   and the sample NET.CFG can be configured manually as below:

        LSL
        ET32ODI
        IPXODI
        NETX


   Netware 3.12/4.0x/4.1 Client
   ----------------------------

   Netware 3.12/4.0x/4.1 use the DOS Requester as a replacement for the
   shell, NETX.EXE. The DOS Requester is a set of files loaded into the
   client station's memory. The Requester has two components:

        . Manager (VLM.EXE)
        . Virtual Loadable Modules (VLMs)

   After client installation, DOS client configuration files are modified
   as follows:

   * CONFIG.SYS --- The follwoing command line was included in CONFIG.SYS.

        LASTDRIVE=Z

   * AUTOEXEC.BAT -- The following batch command line was included in
     AUTOEXEC.BAT to load the networking files from \NWCLIENT.

        @CALL C:\NWCLIENT\STARTNET

   * STARTNET.BAT -- It will load ODI environment and load VLM.EXE. The
     command includes the following:

        @ECHO OFF
        C:
        CD \NWCLIENT
        SET NWLANGUAGE=ENGLISH
        LSL
        ET32ODI
        IPXODI
        VLM

   * NET.CFG ------- The following example shows the NET.CFG file after
     the client installation utility has been executed.

        Link Driver ET32ODI

        Netware DOS Requester
            FIRST NETWORK DRIVE = F

   The Netware DOS Requester is the preferred DOS Client connection
   softwares. Please refer to Netware 3.12/4.0x/4.1 manuals for more
   information.
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How To Update Drivers Manually

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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