W940ND.SYS Winbond Electronics Corporation Description: 1. W940ND.SYS is a NDIS 3.x driver for Windows 95, NT 4.0, Windows 98 and NT 5.0 Platforms. If there is only one 940 card, the driver will automatically get IOBASE and IRQ from PCI Configuration Space. If there is more than one 940 card, user can indicate a specified 940 940 card by inputing IDs. If user does not input an ID to select a specified 940 card, this driver will automatically select a free 940 card to load. 2. W940ND.INF is a Network Setup Information File. Installation: 1. Plug Winbond W89C940 card into one of the PCI slots of your PC. 2. Turn power on then boot from OS. 3. If OS prompts Ethernet Controller in New Hardware Found dialog box, then please follow below steps to install driver : 3.1 Select "Specify a location" from New Hardware Found dialog box, then click Next button. 3.2 Type the path name that contains W940ND.SYS and W940ND.INF files and click the 'Next' button. 3.3 When the 'Winbond W89C940 PCI Ethernet Adapter' dialog box appears, press <Enter>. 3.4 Follow screen instructions to complete the process. Use: 1. boot your computer, 2. If you want to select another 940 card, perform the following steps: a. Double-click the 'Control Panel' icon in the 'Main' Program Group. b. Double-click the 'Network' Iron from the 'Control Panel' Window. c. Select the 'Winbond 940 PCI Adapter' item in the 'Installed Adapter Cards' Window and double-click the 'Configure' Button. d. When the 'Input Ethernet ID' Dialog Box appears, type the Ethernet IDs you want to select and then click the 'OK' button. e. Click the 'OK' Button in the 'Network Settings' Dialog Box. f. Restart your system. Trouble Shooting: Histories of Release: ***) 2.00, 12-17-1997 Pass the NDISTEST. ***) 2.10, 06-11-1998 Fix the driver unloaded problem. ***) 2.20, 08-04-1998 Fix the bug of IRQ sharing.Download Driver Pack
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