WIN95SR2.TXT Driver File Contents (hpen1207.zip)

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<                          HEWLETT PACKARD                        >
<           EN1207D-TX 10/100 PCI FAST ETHERNET ADAPTER           >
<       WINDOWS 95(osr2) NDIS4 MINIPORT DRIVER INSTALLATION       >
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<              Copyright (C) 1998  HEWLETT PACKARD                >
<                       All Rights Reserved.                      >
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The driver (EN1207D.SYS) contained in the directory OSR2 is for
the following HP PCI Ethernet adapter:

        HP EN1207D-TX PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter

The driver (EN1207D.SYS) conforms to the Network Driver Interface
Specification (NDIS) 4.0, and used with Microsoft Windows 95 OSR2

  Contents:
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   (0) Configuring EN1207D-TX PCI Adapter Media Mode
   (A) Installing NDIS4 Miniport driver on Microsoft Windows 95 OSR2
   (B) Configuring NDIS4 Miniport driver on Microsoft Windows 95 (OSR2)

(0) Configuring EN1207D-TX PCI Adapter Media Mode
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   Before Installing your NDIS4 Driver, EN1207D-TX adapter can be set
   in Full/Half Duplex mode.(Please reference readme File)



(A) Installing NDIS4 Miniport driver on Microsoft Windows 95 OSR2
=================================================================

    1. Plug HP's EN1207D-TX adapter into one of the Master PCI
       slots of your PCI platform.
    2. Turn power ON then boot from Windows 95.
    3. Windows 95 will prompt  "PCI Ethernet Controller"  in
       "New Hardware Found"  dialog box and  "Update Device Driver
       Wizard"  dialog box.
    4. Insert the HP EN1207D-TX Driver Diskette in your floppy drive.
    5. Click "Next >" button from  "Update Device Driver Wizard"
       dialog box.
    6. Windows 95 will prompt  "HP EN1207D-TX PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter"
       in  "Update Device Driver Wizard" dialog box.
    7. Click "Finish" button from  "Update Device Driver Wizard"
       dialog box.
    8. Enter the full pathname A:\OSR2 of the EN1207D.INF file, then
       click OK button from  "Copying Files..."  dialog box.
    9. Following the screen's prompt to insert  "Windows 95 CD-ROM"
       and click OK button from  "Insert Disk" dialog box.
   10. Otherwise enter the full pathname of the "Windows 95 CD-ROM"
       installation files in "Copying Files..."  dialog box,
       then click OK button.
   11. Windows 95 will copy the driver (EN1207D.SYS) from A:\OSR2
       to C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory and the EN1207D.INF file from
       A:\OSR2 to C:\WINDOWS\INF directory.
   12. Remove the HP EN1207D-TX Driver Diskette from your floppy drive.
   13. Restart your computer to take effect the network function.

       NOTICE !! C:\WINDOWS is the directory where your Windows 95 OSR2
                 O.S. is located.



(B) Configuring NDIS4 Miniport driver on Microsoft Windows 95 (OSR2)
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    1. Click the  "My Computer"  icon in the Main Program Group.
    2. Click the  "Control Panel"  icon from My Computer window.
    3. Click the  "Network"  icon from the Control Panel window.
    4. Select  "HP EN1207D-TX PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter"  item
       from  "Network"  dialog box, then click "Properties" button.
    5. Click "Advanced" button from  "HP EN1207D-TX PCI Fast
       Ethernet Adapter Properties"  dialog box.
    6. Select the Line Speed value (AutoDetect, 10 Mbps, 100 Mbps)
       from "Value" item, then click OK button from  "HP EN1207D-TX
       PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter Properties"  dialog box.
    7. Click OK button from  "Network"  dialog box.
    8. Restart your computer to take effect the new configuration.




Trademarks:
Microsoft Windows 95 (OSR2) is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation.

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