D-Link DFE-550TX FAST Ethernet 10/100 Adapter Installation for Windows NT V4.0 Getting Started --------------- - Start your Windows NT 4.0 PC normally and inserting the network adapter into your computer. - Open "My Computer" -> "Control Panel" -> "Networks" icons. - Select "Add adapter" -> "Have disk" items. Type the following (assume the driver is located at A:\) A:\winnt (A: is floppy drive) OR D:\winnt (D: is CD drive) Select the "D-Link DFE-550TX ...". - Windows NT 4.0 will copy the driver files from the driver disk. It also will pop up the configuration window, you can assign the "Connection Type" and "Network Address" here. - After finishing file copy, Windows NT 4.0 will ask you to reboot the PC. Select YES. - Restart the computer. How to configure VLAN ID and GVRP --------------------------------- System requirement: Windows NT 4.0 + SP5 (or later). - Please install adpcfg.exe after driver install successfully. The setup program will upadte new system files. You must restart the system and continue the installation. - Select "D-Link Network Adapter" --> "D-Link Adapter Configuration" on Start menu. - PLease select "VLAN" item and set the VLAN ID and GVRP. - The VLAN ID and GVRP will active after system restart. Driver keywords: ---------------- - Open "My Computer" -> "Control Pannel" -> "Network" -> Double click "D-Link DFE-550TX ..." Connection Type Specify the connection type for the adapter. Default: AutoSense Network Address You can set the Ethernet address for your adapter. It is not recommended to use this keyword. Please use default value if possible. As you know two or more adapter in the same network with same Ethernet address will cause a little problem. When using this keyword you need to input exactly 6 bytes of Ethernet address using one of the following format: xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx OR xxxxxxxxxxxx Default: read address from adapter ROM. 802.1Q/1P VLAN You can enable it for VLAN group. tagging Default: disable VLAN ID This value will active after 802.1Q/1P VLAN tagging enable. GVRP Support GVRP and will active after 802.1Q/1P VLAN tagging enable. Default: disableDownload Driver Pack
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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.
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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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