README.TXT Driver File Contents (EN-5200PxAV35.zip)

   Windows for Workgroups v3.10

   Introduction:
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   This document describes the procedure to install  Microsoft Windows
   for Workgroups v3.10 driver for PCI Ethernet adapter.


   Location of Driver:     \NDIS\DOS\PCIND.DOS


   Sample Configuration Files:
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      CONFIG.SYS (install will add these lines)

         DEVICE=C:\WINDOWS\PROTMAN.DOS /I:C:\WINDOWS
         DEVICE=C:\WINDOWS\PCIND.DOS
    ***  DEVICE=C:\WINDOWS\MSIPX.SYS   (Added if running NetWare)
         DEVICE=C:\WINDOWS\WORKGRP.SYS
         LASTDRIVE=P

      PROTOCOL.INI (install creates this file)

        [network.setup]
        version=0x3100
        netcard=RTL8029,1,RTL8029
        transport=ms$netbeui,MS$NETBEUI
   ***  transport=ms$ipx,MS$IPX        (Added if running NetWare)
        lana0=RTL8029,1,ms$netbeui
   ***  lana0=RTL8029,1,ms$ipx         (Added if running NetWare)

        [protman]
        DriverName=PROTMAN$
        PRIORITY=MS$NETBEUI

        [RTL8029]
        DriverName=PCIND$
        Adapters=RTL8029
        AdapterID=0000B4000001

        [MS$NETBEUI]
        DriverName=netbeui$
        SESSIONS=10
        NCBS=32
        BINDINGS=RTL8029
        LANABASE=0

   ***  [MS$IPX]                       (Added if running NetWare)
   ***  Drivername=IPX$                (Added if running NetWare)
   ***  MediaType=Novell/Ethernet      (Added if running NetWare)
   ***  Bindings=RTL8029               (Added if running NetWare)

      AUTOEXEC.BAT
        C:\WINDOWS\NET START
    *** C:\WINDOWS\MSIPX               (Added if running NetWare)
    *** C:\WINDOWS\NETX                (Added if running NetWare)


      New Windows for Workgroups Installation:
      ----------------------------------------

      1. When installing Windows for Workgroups, you are prompted for a
         network driver.  Select the "Unlisted or Updated Network Driver".

      2. Insert the PCI Adapter driver disk containing OEMSETUP.INF and
         PCIND.DOS files.

      3. Specify the directory for the driver (A:\WFW31) and select the
         REALTEK Adapter driver.

      4. Select Advanced options, and make sure the parameters match the
         card settings.  Check keyword "AdapterID" which is provided by
         PCIND.DOS .  The installation program copies the necessary files
         and creates PROTOCOL.INI for use with the adapter.

      5. Continue the installation per Windows for Workgroups instructions.


      Existing Windows for Workgroups Installation:

      1. Select the "Control Panel" icon in the Main Group.

      2. Select the "Network" icon.

      3. Select the "Adapters" button.

      4. Select the Add option.

      5. Select "Unlisted or Updated Network Adapter"

      6. Insert the adapter driver disk with OEMSETUP.INF and PCIND.DOS and
         specify the path A:\WFW31.

      7. Select the REALTEK  adapter driver.

      8. The installation program copies the necessary files and
         creates PROTOCOL.INI for use with the adapter.

      9. Select "Close" and when prompted, restart computer for changes to
         take affect and complete the installation.


      NOTE:  You must have a terminated cable attached to the adapter
             when you start Windows for Workgroups.  If you don't, Windows
             for Workgroups hangs.

   TO ADD NETWARE:
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      1. Select the "Control Panel" icon in the Main Group.

      2. Select the "Network" icon.

      3. Select the "Networks" button.

      4. Select "Novell Netware" and select the add button.

      5. Select "OK" and close the Network icon.

      6. Select reboot computer and restart Windows.

   NOTES:
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      1. Parameters for the PROTOCOL.INI file:

         AdapterID : This keyword is provided  by RTL8029, and is required
                     when more than one PCI Ethernet adapters exist on one
                     system.

      2. Installing Multiple LAN Adapters:
         There are two different method to complete it:
         (a) Under  DOS  mode, you can modify the AdapterID in file
             C:\WFW31\PROTOCOL.INI by yourself.
         (b) Or you can enter Windows for WorkGroup and follow  above
             setup procedure step 2,then click on "Setup.." button, select
             "Advanced...",fill AdapterID in Value item. Make changes and
             select OK then close NETWORK SETUP.


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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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