WFW.TXT Driver File Contents (OfficeLan10-100_II.zip)

   Driver Installation - Microsoft Windows for Workgroups
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  Siemens OfficeLAN PCI 10/100 TX Fast Ethernet Adapter


  Microsoft Windows for Workgroups v3.1 and v3.11 DOS NDIS2 Driver
  INSTALLATION GUIDE

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CONTENTS
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*  Important Considerations

*  System Requirements

*  Files Provided

*  Hardware Installation Guide

*  Device Driver Installation Guide
        Automatic Installation
        Manual Installation

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IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS
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*  This driver supports the Siemens OfficeLAN PCI 10/100 TX Fast Ethernet
    Adapter.

*  This driver conforms to the Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS)
    v2.0.1 defined by Microsoft/3Com. The driver has been tested with
    Microsoft LAN Manager, 3Com 3+Open, IBM LAN Server, IBM PC LAN
    Program, DEC Pathworks, and other NDIS-compatible network operating
    systems and protocol stacks.

*  The PROTOCOL.INI file contains configuration information.

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FILES PROVIDED
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*  L100.DOS                 DOS NDIS2 driver
*  OEMSETUP.INF             Network information file

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DEVICE DRIVER INSTALLATION GUIDE
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The following instructions describe how to install Windows for Workgroups 3.1
or 3.11 with the driver file. If Windows for Workgroups is installed and
you want to install just the driver, skip this section and go to
 "Installing the LCI Driver Only".

*  Installing Windows for Workgroups and the Driver

This procedure describes installing Windows for Workgroups v3.1 or v3.11
together with the driver files. It is designed to expedite the driver
installation. To customize your installation and the Windows desktop, see
Windows for Workgroups manual.

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NOTE:  If you are installing an ODI or NDIS 3 driver, you will need the
              NETWARE.DRV file. You can obtain the current version of this
              file from the Novell NetWire Forum on CompuServe.

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1.  Insert the Windows for Workgroups Disk 1 Setup diskette in your
     computer floppy drive.

2.  Change to the drive in which you inserted the disk in Step 1.

3.  At the DOS prompt, type:

     SETUP [Enter]

     The setup procedure takes 10-15 minutes to complete.

4.  This step has two sets of instructions: one for Windows for

     Workgroups v3.1, and another for Windows for Workgroups v3.11.

     The following instructions apply to Windows for Workgroups v3.1 users:

     *  Follow the screen prompts until the one that states Windows has
         detected the card and asks if you want to install the driver
         for this adapter now.

     *  Select "No" (this driver is older than the one provides).

     *  When the Install New Network Adapter dialog box appears, select
          "Unlisted or Updated Network Adapter".

     *  Select "Continue".

     *  Go to Step 5.


     The following instrutions apply to Windows for Workgroups v3.11 users:

     *  Follow the screen prompts until the Network Setup window appears.

     *  Select "Advanced".

     *  Select "Networks" and "Install Microsoft Windows Network".

     *  Select "No additional network" or "Other", as appropriate.
         See your Windows for Workgroups manual for more information.

     *  Select "Sharing" and specify whether you want other users to be able
         to share your files and printer(s). Select "OK".

     *  Select "Real Mode"

     *  Select "Drivers".

     *  Select "Add Adapter". The Add Network Adapter dialog box appears.

     *  Select "Unlisted or Updated Network Adapter", followed by "OK".

5.  When the Install Driver window appears, insert your ConfigDisk into your
      computer floppy drive.

6.  In the Install Driver window, type the driver's path
      (for example, A:\WFW).

7.  Select "OK". The Unlisted or Updated Network Adapter window appears.

8.  Select the appropriate adapter you are using followed by "OK".

9.  If you are prompted for the adapter's Base I/O setting, specify it and
      select "OK".

10. This step has two sets of instructions: one for Windows for Workgroups
     v3.1, and another for Windows for Workgroups v3.11.

     The following instructions apply to Windows for Workgroups v3.1 users:

     *  When the Install Driver window appears, insert the Windows for
         Workgroups 3.1 Disk 8 diskette in your computer floppy drive.

     *  Verify that the drive shown in the window is the one in which you
          inserted the Windows for Workgroups 3.1 Disk 8 diskette.
          Select "OK". You are prompted to alternate diskettes.

      *  Select "Real Mode".

      *  Select "Advanced".

          You are prompted with several options. They include:

          Slot number
          Media Mode
          Net Address

       *  Click on "Set" for each option.

       *  Click on "OK" to close the dialog box.

       *  During the following driver-installation procedure, you are
           prompted to insert a Windows for Workgroups diskette. Specify
           the path where our Windows for Workgroups driver is located.
           If the driver is on a floppy diskette, insert the diskette into
           an available floppy drive.

       *  Press [Enter].

       *  Follow the screen prompts until you are prompted to restart
           Windows or continue.

        *  Go to step 11.

     The following instructions apply to Windows for Workgroups v3.11 users:

      *  When the Network Drivers window appears, use "Add Adapter" and/or
          "Add Protocol" to add more adapters (up to 4) and protocols. See the
          Windows for Workgroups manual for details.

      *  To change the Base I/O setting (specified in Step 10) and/or select
          a driver type, select "Setup" and make the appropriate selections.

      *  Select "Real Mode".

      *  Select "Advanced".

          You are prompted with several options. They include:

          o Slot number:    Specify the slot number of the adapter.
                            from 1 to 8,  the default is 1.

          o Media Mode:     Specify the selected Media port


            # AUTODETECT    In AUTODETECT mode the driver
                            supports run-time auto swap function.
                            You can auto swap during run time
                            from one hub to another.

            # TP_10         10Base-T Half-Duplex mode

            # TP_10_FD      10Base-T Full-Duplex mode

            # TP_100_FD     100Base-Tx Full-Duplex mode

            # TP_100        100Base-Tx Half-Duplex mode

          o Net Address     Override the burned-in address of the network
                            adapter. The value of this parameter is a
                            hexadecimal string of 12 digitals with a '#'
                            chatater at the beginning, as in #00A0CC123456.
                            The address must be unique among all other
                            network adapter addresses on the network.
                            #000000000000 is the default value, the burned-in
                            address will bot be overrided.


       *  Click on "Set" for each option.

       *  Click on "OK" to close the dialog box.

       *  Select "Close" (or "Cancel") followed by "OK" (or "Continue").

       *  In the Microsoft Windows Networks Names box, select "OK".

       *  Follow the screen prompts to complete the driver installation.

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NOTE:  If you are installing an ODI or NDIS 3 driver, you  are prompted to
          provide the NETWARE.DRV file. Specify the path of this file.
          If the file is on a floppy diskette, insert the diskette into
          an available floppy drive and press [Enter].

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11. At the end of the installation, you are asked if you want to accept all the
      options you selected and restart, or return to DOS. Restart your computer
      so your options can take effect.


*  Installing the our Driver Only

The instructions that follow describe installation of the our driver.
They assume that Windows for Workgroups v3.1 or v3.11 is already
installed.

The following instructions apply to Windows for Workgroups v3.1 users:

1.  In the Main window, double-click on the Control Panel icon.

2.  Double-click on the Network icon.

3.  In the Options area, select the Adapters icon.

4.  Go to the Step 5 if an adapter driver is already loaded.

     Go to Step 6 if an adapter driver is not already loaded.

5.  Select the adapter you want to remove, followed by "Remove".
     When a message asks if you are sure you want to remove the adapter,
      select "Yes".

6.  Select "Add Adapter".

     The Install Network Adapter dialog box appears.

7.  Select "Unlisted or Updated Adapter" followed by "OK".

     The Install Driver dialog box appears.

8.  Specify the path for the our Windows for Workgroups driver. If the
     driver is on a floppy diskette, insert the diskette into an
     available floppy drive.

9.  Select "OK".

     The Unlisted or Updated Network Adapter dialog box appears.

10. Select "OK" in the next two dialog boxes that appear.

11. Select "Close".

      The Network Settings dialog box appears.

12. Select "OK". You are if you want to accept the options you selected and
      restart, or return to DOS. Restart your computer so your options can
      take effect.

The following instructions apply to Windows for Workgroups v3.11 users:

1.  In the Network window, double-click on the Network Setup icon.

2. When the Network Setup dialog box appears, select "Advanced".

3.  Select "Networks" and "Install Microsoft Windows Network".

4.  Select "No additional network" or "Other", as appropriate.
     See your Windows for Workgroups manual for more information.

5.  Select "Sharing" and specify whether you want other users to be able to
     share your files and printer(s).
     Select "OK".

6.  Select "Real Mode"

7.  Select "Drivers".

8.  Select "Add Adapter".

     The Add Network Adapter dialog box appears.

9.  Select "Unlisted or Updated Network Adapter", followed by "OK".

10. When the Install Driver window appears, insert your ConfigDisk into your
      computer floppy drive.

11. In the Install Driver window, type the driver's path
    (for example, A:\WFW).

12. Select "OK".

     The Unlisted or Updated Network Adapter window appears.

13. Select the appropriate our adapter you are using followed by "OK".

14. If you are prompted for the adapter's Base I/O setting, specify it and
      select "OK".

15. When the Network Drivers window appears, use "Add Adapter" and/or
       "Add Protocol" to add more adapters (up to 4) and protocols. See the
       Windows for Workgroups manual for details.

16. To change the Base I/O setting (specified in Step 10) and/or select a
      driver type, select "Setup" and make the appropriate selections.

17.  Select "Real Mode".

18.  Select "Advanced".

       You are prompted with several options. They include:

          Slot number
          Media Mode
          Net Address

19. Click on "Set" for each option.

20. Click on "OK" to close the dialog box.

21. Select "Close" (or "Cancel") followed by "OK" (or "Continue").

22. In the Microsoft Windows Networks Names box, select "OK".

23. Follow the screen prompts to complete the driver installation.

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NOTE:  If you are installing an ODI or NDIS 3 driver, you  are prompted to
              provide the NETWARE.DRV file. Specify the path of
              this file. If the file is on a floppy diskette, insert the
              diskette into an available floppy drive and press [Enter].

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24. At the end of the installation, you are asked if you want to accept
      all the options you selected and restart, or return to DOS. Restart
      your computer so your options can take effect.

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  • 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.

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