WRESUME.TXT Driver File Contents (t2110cs.zip)

                      Toshiba RESUME  Device Driver
                     for Microsoft Windows 3.0 / 3.1


     If you wish to use the RESUME function of your computer with Microsoft
Windows 3.0 or 3.1 please read and follow these instructions.

     The file WRESUME.386 is a virtual mode device driver for Windows.
This driver is only intended to be used on computers which use an 80386 (or
higher) processor.  Using this device driver will allow the RESUME feature
of your computer to function correctly when running Windows in 386
enhanced mode.
     You do not need WRESUME.386 if you are running Windows 3.0 on a
386 (or higher) computer in real mode (win /r).  RESUME is not supported if
you are running Windows 3.0 or 3.1 in standard (286) mode.


1. Place the Companion diskette in floppy drive A: and copy the WRESUME file 
   to your Windows \SYSTEM directory on the hard disk with the following 


2. Edit the standard Windows file SYSTEM.INI (found in the main
   Windows subdirectory) as follows:

     Find:           [386Enh]

   Insert the following line AFTER the line containing [386Enh]:


     (it can be included anywhere within the [386Enh] section)

3. Restart Windows.

The installation is now complete.


     Once installation is complete, invoking Windows will automatically cause
the driver to be loaded and initialized. Your computer should now operate
correctly during a power down/up cycle when running Windows in 386 
enhanced mode.


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