WinXP.txt Driver File Contents (cb-lan100.zip)

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		    Fast Ethernet Controller Provider Inc.      
		       PCI 10/100 Fast Ethernet Adapter                   

	      NDIS 5 Miniport Driver For Windows XP Installation
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	   Copyright (C) 2000 Fast Ethernet Controller Provider Inc.     
			     All rights reserved.
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The driver conforms to the Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS)5.0,
and used with Microsoft Windows OS.


Contents
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    A) Install NDIS5.0 Miniport driver to Microsoft Windows XP
    B) Configure NDIS5.0 Miniport driver to Microsoft Windows XP
	

A)Install NDIS5.0 Miniport driver to Microsoft Windows XP
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Importance:
  Because our NDIS5.0 driver had build-in the Windows XP CD. So, here have 2
  way to install the NDIS 5 driver;

  First way: 
     You just plug the PCI 10/100 Fast Ethernet Adapter into the PCI slot of                   
     your machine. Then power on the machine, the system will auto install 
     its driver.

  The other way:
     If you want to use the driver in diskette. First, you must deleted the 
     NETAN983.INF and NETAN983.PNF file at safe mode(Don't plug the NIC into 
     machine). Then shutdown the system and trace the following to install 
     driver.
  1. Plug the PCI 10/100 Fast Ethernet Adapter into one of the Master PCI                    
     slots of your PCI platform.

  2. Turn on the power of PC then boot into Windows XP.

  3. Windows XP will prompt "PCI Ethernet Controller" in "New Hardware 
     Found" dialog box.

  4. Select "Search for suitable driver for your device(Recommand)" from 
     "Found New Hardware Wizard" dialog box, then click "Next" button.

  5. Select "Specify a location" from "Found New Hardware Wizard" dialog box
     , then click "Next" button.

  6. Insert the PCI 10/100 Fast Ethernet Adapter Driver Diskette in your                    
     floppy drive.

  7. Enter the driver pathname, i.e. A:\winXP (or B:\), then click "OK" 
     button from "Found New Hardware Wizard" dialog box.

  8. "Found New Hardware Wizard" dialog box will find inf file.
     i.e. A:\WINXP\FASTNIC.INF, then click "Next" button.  

  9. Windows XP will prompt; "PCI 10/100 Fast Ethernet Adapter" in "Found                   
     New Hardware Wizard" dialog box, then click "Finsh" button.

 10. Windows XP will prompt "New Connection" Wizard diag box, then click 
     "Next" button.

 11. You can Modify or Add your LAN protocol or LAN Service... form "LAN
     Wizard", and click "Next" button to continue.

 12. Type a name you want for this connection form "LAN Wizard" diag box,
     and click "Finsh" button.

 13. Remove the PCI 10/100 Fast Ethernet Adapter Driver Diskette from your                    
     floppy drive.

 

B) Configuring NDIS5.0 Miniport driver to Microsoft Windows XP
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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 and Dial-up Connections" icon from the Control 
     Panel window.

  4. Select "PCI 10/100 Fast Ethernet Adapter" item from "Network" dialog                    
     box, then click "Properties" button.

  5. Press "Configure" key.

  6. Click "Advanced" button from "PCI 10/100 Fast Ethernet Adapter Properties"                    
     dialog box.

  7. Select the Media Type value (AutoDetect, 10BaseT, 10BaseT Full_Duplex,
     100BaseTX, 100BaseTX Full_Duplex) from "Value" item, then click OK 
     button from "PCI 10/100 Fast Ethernet Adapter Properties" dialog box.                   

  8. Click OK button from "Network" dialog box.




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