Windows for Workgroups v3.11 Introduction: ------------- This document describes the procedure to install Microsoft Windows for Workgroups v3.11 driver for REALTEK RTL8139 Fast Ethernet Adapter. Location of Driver: \WFW311\RTSND.386 Sample Configuration Files: --------------------------- CONFIG.SYS (install will add these lines) DEVICE=C:\WINDOWS\PROTMAN.DOS /I:C:\WINDOWS DEVICE=C:\WINDOWS\RTSND.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=RTL8139,1,RTL8139 transport=ms$netbeui,MS$NETBEUI *** transport=ms$ipx,MS$IPX (Added if running NetWare) lana0=RTL8139,1,ms$netbeui *** lana0=RTL8139,1,ms$ipx (Added if running NetWare) [protman] DriverName=PROTMAN$ PRIORITY=MS$NETBEUI [RTL8139] ; RTL8139 RPOTOCOL.INI SAMPLE DriverName=RTSND$ EtherID=@52544C111111 ;This keyword is used to desinate a RTL8139 ;adapter by assigning its ethernet ID ;when more than one adapters exist on one ;system. BusNo=@00 ;This keyword is used to desinate a RTL8139 ;adapter by assigning it's PCI bus number ;when more than one adapters exist on one ; system.(must be used with 'DeviceNo' keyword) DeviceNo=@0A ;This keyword is used to desinate a RTL8139 ;adapter by assigning it's PCI Device number ;when more than one adapters exist on one ; system.(must be used with 'BusNo' keyword) Speed= 100/10 ;This keyword is used to force RTL8139 adapter ;to speed 10M or 100M mode. If not present, ;the driver will auto-detect the speed. [MS$NETBEUI] DriverName=netbeui$ SESSIONS=10 NCBS=32 BINDINGS=RTL8139 LANABASE=0 *** [MS$IPX] (Added if running NetWare) *** Drivername=IPX$ (Added if running NetWare) *** MediaType=Novell/Ethernet (Added if running NetWare) *** Bindings=RTL8139 (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 REALTEK adapter driver disk containing OEMSETUP.INF and RTSND.DOS files. 3. Specify the directory for the driver (A:\WFW311) and select the Adapter driver. 4. Select Advanced options, and make sure the parameters match the card settings. Check keyword "EtherID", which is provided by RTSND.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 "Windows Setup" icon in the Main Group. 2. Select the "Options" item. 3. Select the "Change Network Settings.." item. 4. Select the "Drivers" button. 5. Select the "Add Adapter.." button. 6. Select "Unlisted or Updated Network Adapter" 7. Insert the adapter driver disk with OEMSETUP.INF and RTSND.386 and specify the path A:\WFW311. 7. Select the "REALTEK Rtl8139 (A/B/C/8130) Fast Ethernet 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. Installing Multiple LAN Adapters: ------------------------------------- There are two different method to complete it: (a) Under DOS mode, you can modify the EtherID or BusNo+DeviceNo keyword field in file C:\WFW311\PROTOCOL.INI. (b) Or you can enter Windows for WorkGroup and follow above setup procedure step 2,then click on "Setup.." button, select "Advanced...",fill EtherID in Value item. Last step to select OK and close NETWORK SETUP.Download Driver Pack
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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