Installing Standard IrDA Standard IrDA communicates at speeds up to 115200 baud. It requires IRQ 3 or IRQ 4 but no DMA channel. System Installation Requirements HP OmniBook with Windows 95 installed. Supported versions include 4.00.950 A, 4.00.950 B, and 4.00.950C. The Windows 95 version can be verified by looking at the system properties (Start/Settings/Control Panel/System/). Infrared Support for Windows 95 Version 2.0 drivers. These drivers are located on the hard disk in C:\OMNIBOOK\DRIVERS\IRDA. These drivers are also located on the HP OmniBook Recovery CD in the \OMNIBOOK\DRIVERS\WIN95\IRDA directory. Procedure 1. Uninstall IR if it is already installed. - In the Control Panel, run Add/Remove Programs. - If "Infrared Support for Windows 95 Version 2.0" is not present, go to step 2. - Highlight "Infrared Support for Windows 95 Version 2.0". - Click the "Add/Remove" button to remove it. - Restart the computer when prompted to do so. 2. Verify that IRQ 3 is free. (IRQ 4 will also work if you are willing to disable the serial port - COM1). - If a PCMCIA card is present, Windows 95 may have assigned IRQ 3 to it, but IRQ 9 is also available for PCMCIA. - If you must have 2 PCMCIA cards in the system the only IRQ left for IR is IRQ 4, which means you must disable the COM1 serial port. 3. In BIOS SETUP, enable IR - Under "System Devices" find the "Infrared Port" - Set the Infrared Port to "Enabled". - If necessary, set the "Mode" to "SIR". - If necessary, set the "Base I/O address" to "2F8 IRQ3" (unless you need to use IRQ 4, in which case set "3F8 IRQ4"). 4. Exit SETUP, saving the changes. ("Exit", "Save Changes and Exit", Yes) 5. Check the serial driver - In the Control Panel, run "System". - Click the "Device Manager" tab. - Double-click "Ports (COM & LPT)". - Verify that the "Generic Ir Serial Port" is present. 6. Install the IR 2.0 code - In the Control Panel, run Add/Remove Programs. - Click the "Install" button on the "Install/Uninstall" tab. - Click "Next". - Type "c:\omnibook\drivers\irda\setup". (If you are installing from the recovery CD, use the drive letter for the CD drive.) - Click "Next" to run the "Add Infrared Device Wizard". - Click "Next" to choose "Built-in Infrared port on laptop...". - Select "Generic Ir Serial Port" and click "Next". - Click "Next" to use the default ports (COM4 and LPT3). - Click "Finish" to exit the "Add Infrared Device Wizard". - Reboot the computer (Start, Shut Down, Restart the computer) 7. Double click the Infrared icon in the Control Panel to start IR running. =============================================================================== Disabling Standard IrDA Procedure 1. Remove the IR 2.0 code - In the Control Panel, run Add/Remove Programs. - If present, highlight "Infrared Support for Windows 95 Version 2.0". - Click the "Add/Remove" button to remove it. - Restart the computer when prompted to do so. - !! PRESS F2 during the reboot (when the prompt appears near the bottom of the screen) to enter SETUP !! 2. In BIOS SETUP, disable IR - Under "System Devices" find the "Infrared Port" - Set the Infrared Port to "Disabled". 3. Exit SETUP, saving the changes. ("Exit", "Save Changes and Exit", Yes)Download Driver Pack
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Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.
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