README.TXT Driver File Contents (drv94018.zip)

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          How to install Windows for Workgroup 3.1/3.11 with W940ND.DOS
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* Please follow the procedure below to setup Windows for Workgroup 3.1:

   1. If you have not installed WfW 3.1, install it with "no network
      card" now.
   2. Invoke WfW 3.1, open "CONTROL PANEL" and double click "NETWORK"
      icon.
   3. Insert Winbond Drivers diskette into drive A:
   4. Click "ADAPTER" icon. REMOVE old network driver, and ADD
      "Unlisted or Updated Network Adapter".
   5. Type "A:\NDIS2\WFW" when it asks for a vendor-provided driver.
   6. Follow the direction to finish the setup procedure.

* Please follow the procedure below to setup Windows for Workgroup 3.11:

   1. If you have not installed WfW 3.11, install it with "no network
      card" now.
   2. Invoke WfW 3.11, open "NETWORK SETUP" and click "Drivers" button.
   3. Insert Winbond Drivers diskette into drive A:
   4. REMOVE old network driver, and ADD "Unlisted or Updated
      Network Adapter".
   5. Type "A:\NDIS2\WFW" when it asks for a vendor-provided driver.
   6. Follow the direction to finish the setup procedure.
* Trouble Shooting

   1. Message: "!! No W89C940 card detected"
        Solution: Make sure that your W89C940 card is plugged steadily.

   2. Message: "!! No free W89C940 card"
        Solution: One driver for one card. Make sure that there is less
        drivers loaded than card plugged. If option keyword SelectedID is
        assigned, make sure that all node ID's assigned is correct or let
        drivers without SelectedID be loaded after those with SelectedID.

   3. Message: "!! Cannot open PROTMAN$"
        Solution: Make sure that PROTMAN.DOS is loaded before W940ND.DOS,
        and it is initialized successfully. If the syntax of PROTOCOL.INI
        is incorrect, PROTMAN$ cannot be loaded.

   4. Message: "!! Bad Parameter in PROTOCOL.INI"
        Solution: The parameter is invalid. For example, the correct
        SelectedID format need two single quotation signs ('). If you fail
        to do it, this message will be shown.

   5. Message: "!! Unknown Keyword in PROTOCOL.INI"
        Solution: W940ND only accepts two keywords: DRIVERNAME and SELECTED.
        Other keywords are unknown. Notice that, PCI bus need not assign
        IOBASE and INTERRUPT.

   6. Message: "!! Specified SELECTEDID is absent or bound"
        Solution: You specified a node ID at keyword SelectedID, and this ID
        is bound by another drivers or can not be found. Make sure that the
        ID is correct.

* Version Release

   1.04 11-15-1995 This is the first revision of W940ND.DOS 2.0.1 MAC Driver.
   2.00 02-05-1996 Reconstruct the source to support OS/2.
   2.01 02-26-1996 Print the correct error message when my DriverName not in
                   PROTOCOL.INI.
   2.02 07-19-1996 Minor modification for MAKEFILE.
   2.10 05-28-1997 Modify this driver for supporting more than one 940 cards
                   in the OS/2 environment.

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How To Update Drivers Manually

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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