4 Windows for Workgroups 3.11 v1.03 Microsoft Windows* for Workgroups 3.11 installation notes for Intel's EtherExpress(TM) PRO/100B PCI LAN Adapter ===================================================================== Location of Driver: \WFW\E100B.38_ Location of Setup file: \WFW\OEMSETUP.INF General Instructions -------------------- NOTE: If you are running Novell NetWare* on this workstation, see the Novell NetWare section of Hints and Tips below before continuing with this installation. 1 Double-click the Network Setup icon in the Network Group. 2 If you are replacing a previous LAN adapter, click the Remove button to delete that adapter. 3 Click the Networks button. Select Install Microsoft Windows Network and click OK. Optional: To add Novell NetWare support to this workstation, click Other, then select Novell NetWare Shell 3.x if you are using NETX, or select Novell NetWare Shell 4.x if you use VLMs. Click OK. Optional: To share files and printers on this workstation, click the Sharing button, then click on OK. 4 Click the Drivers button. 5 Click the Add Adapter button. Select Unlisted or Updated Network Adapter and click on OK. 6 Insert the adapter driver disk in drive A and specify the path A:\WFW for the location of the driver. 7 Select the Intel EtherExpress PRO/100B PCI adapter from the list box and click OK. 8 Specify the correct speed for your network. If you are using the TX based adapter, specify the correct duplex mode. If you are unsure of the correct settings, contact you Network Administrator. Note: If you set the PRO/100B TX adapter to FULL duplex and you are running at 100 Mbps, you must change your speed setting to 100. Note: These options will not come up if you already have the NetWare ODI driver installed. These settings are set in the NET.CFG file. 9 The driver and default protocols will appear in the Network Drivers window. If you need to add or remove a protocol, do so here. 10 In the Network Drivers window, click Close. 11 In the Network Setup window, click OK. 12 In the Microsoft Windows Network Names window, enter a unique User Name, the name of your new or existing Workgroup, and a unique Computer Name for your workstation, then click OK. 13 Choose Yes To All when WFW asks if you want to replace the files currently installed with the versions you are installing now. 14 Insert the WFW disks WFW asks for. If prompted for the NetWare files, insert the Novell disk containing the drivers from the Novell file WINDR3.EXE. If prompted for the path of E100B.386, insert the Intel Configuration and Driver disk into a drive and for the path, type: A:\WFW. If prompted for the path of E100B.DOS, specify: A:\NDIS 15 When finished updating the files, WFW reports that it modified several files. Click on OK. WFW changes your last drive to P:. If you want to change this setting, do so in your CONFIG.SYS file. WFW also modifies your NET.CFG file (for NetWare users). Check this file to make sure your frame types load in the correct order for your network. 16 When WFW prompts you to restart your computer for the changes to take effect, click on Restart Computer. Hints and Tips -------------- Novell NetWare 1. Before you begin to install driver support for WFW and Novell NetWare on the same workstation, you'll need these Novell NetWare files: NETWARE.DRV, NETWARE.HLP, NWPOPUP.EXE, VIPX.386, and VNETWARE.386. To obtain these files, do one of the following: a Download the self-extracting file WINDR3.EXE from Novell NetWire forum on CompuServe or Novell's FTP server on the internet (ftp.novell.com) or WWW (ftp://ftp.novell.com/pub/updates/nwos/dsclnt12). b Call Novell (1-800-NETWARE) to have the files sent to you. c Contact a Novell NetWare dealer in your area. 2 Set up the workstation to connect to NetWare using the DOS ODI client driver. 3 Load the ODI driver and login to your NetWare server. 4 Start WFW and set up the driver for the EtherExpress PRO/100B adapter by following the instructions shown above. When the driver is chosen, WFW detects the ODI driver is already loaded and automatically installs the appropriate support. Next to the adapter name in the Network Drivers window, you'll see [ODI/NDIS3] which indicates it recognized the ODI driver. Sample PROTOCOL.INI: Windows for Workgroups(WFW) creates the PROTOCOL.INI for you. This is provided for reference. This is a sample with Microsoft NetBEUI and IPX/SPX Compatible Transport with NetBIOS. [network.setup] version=0x3110 netcard=in$e100b,1,IN$E100B,3 transport=ms$nwlinknb,NWLINK transport=ms$ndishlp,MS$NDISHLP transport=ms$netbeui,NETBEUI lana0=in$e100b,1,ms$netbeui lana1=in$e100b,1,ms$nwlinknb lana2=in$e100b,1,ms$ndishlp [protman] DriverName=PROTMAN$ PRIORITY=MS$NDISHLP [IN$E100B] DriverName=E100B$ [E100B] Adapters=IN$E100B [NWLINK] BINDINGS=IN$E100B [MS$NDISHLP] DriverName=ndishlp$ BINDINGS=IN$E100B [NETBEUI] DriverName=netbeui$ SESSIONS=10 NCBS=12 BINDINGS=IN$E100B LANABASE=0 * Third-party trademarks are the property of their respective ownersDownload Driver Pack
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