Release.txt Driver File Contents (fred_lan_9x_me_nt_w2k_xp.zip)

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  Name:          RTSNT.501 C/C+

  Version:       Ver. 5.501.1030.2001

  Released By:   Andy Liao

  Release Date:  11/01/2001


  Release Files:
      Card.c  Eeprom.c  Eepromcp.c  Intcp.c  Interrupt.c  Link.c  Offloadcp.c  
      Pcb.c   Power.c   Recv.c  Request.c  Routines.c  Rtl_dbg.c  Rtl_init.c  
      Rtl_main.c  Rtl_nic.c  Rtl_req.c  Rtsnt.c  Send.c  Rtsntp.RC

  Command: 
      1. RTL8139 C+ Ndis4/5/51 drivers first released.
      2. Ndis5/51 support IEEE802.1p Packet Priority.
      3. Ndis5/51 support Task Offload TCP_IP_CheckSum and TCP_LargeSend.
      4. This Ndis4 driver can NOT work at Win95 OSR2.
         Win95a/OSR2 please using v.397 ndis3 driver.
      5. These drivers could support CarBus device.
      6. These drivers could support RTL8139/810X series adapter, too.
         But, RTL8139/810X series adapter DO NOT support 802.1p and Task Offload.

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  Name:          RTSNT.502 C/C+

  Version:       Ver. 5.502.1231.2001

  Released By:   Andy Liao

  Release Date:  12/31/2001


  Changed Files:
      Interrupt.c  Rtl_main.c    Rtl_nic.c    Rtl_req.c  Rtsnt.c  Link.c  Card.c
      Netrts5.inf  Netrts51.inf  Rtsnthlp.hlp

  Command: 
      1. INF-file:
         C+ mode: Rename "802.1p Priority" to "802.1Q/1p VLAN Tagging".
         C/C+   : Removed "ChipOnCardbus" parameter for NDIS5/51.
         C/C+   : Replace a new HELP file for NDIS4 (rtsnthlp.hlp).
      2. C+ mode implemented a new tuned-collision algorithm.
      3. NDIS51   C+ mode support IEEE802.1Q Vlan Packet (Ieee8021QInfo).
      4. NDIS5/51 C mode support CPU C3 mode.
      5. NDIS5/51 C mode could recover phy stops issue (S4->Shutdown).
      6. NDIS5/51 C mode compatible with C3 resume machine (timing issue).
      7. NDIS5/51 C mode Link_Change_WakeUp depend on OS (CheckForHang needn't enable).

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  Name:          RTSNT.503 C/C+

  Version:       Ver. 5.503.325.2002

  Released By:   Andy Liao

  Release Date:  03/25/2002


  Changed Files:
      Power.c      Rtsnt.c       Request.c   Offloadcp.c
      Netrts5.inf  Netrts51.inf  

  Command: 
      1. C mode: Couldn't force speed under S3/disable_WOL system issue.
      2. Fixed the LDPS parameter at S3 system by the OEM customer requirement.
      2. For HCT10 updating to QFE5 new testkey:
         1c_KernelCall, 2c_WOLPattern and 2c_OffloadChecksum (C+ only) fail issues.

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  Name:          RTSNT.504 C/C+

  Version:       Ver. 5.504.613.2002

  Released By:   Andy Liao

  Release Date:  06/13/2002


  Changed Files:
      Power.c      Rtsnt.c       Offloadcp.c
      Netrts5.inf  Netrts51.inf  

  Command: 
      1. WinXP resume has to less than 5 secs issue
      2. Win2000/XP BootROM remote install un-link issue
      3. Set EarlyTxFIFO as '4' to fix CLKRUN incompability issue

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  Name:          RTSNT.505 C/C+

  Version:       Ver. 5.505.1004.2002

  Released By:   Andy Liao

  Release Date:  10/04/2002


  Changed Files:
      Power.c      Rtsnt.c       Rtl_main.c
      Netrts5.inf  Netrts51.inf  

  Command: 
      1. C/C+   : Do not set PCI Latency Timer by NDIS driver 
      2. C  mode: WinXP show un-link network mapping after re-start
      3. C+ mode: Fixed system abnormal resume cause NIC couldn't load issue

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