OEMSETUP.INF Driver File Contents (cc23pc.exe)

;; Windows for Workgroups 3.11
;; OEMSETUP.INF
;;

[data]
type=network
version="1.5"

[disks]
1 = \wfw311, "Dayna CommuniCard Disk", landisk

[netcard]
;   key = description, MSID, type, media, mode, install, protini, style
;       key:            unique identifier
;       description:    text description in quotes
;       MSID:           card detection id (see carddefs.h)
;       type:           ndis|ndis_sngl|mono
;       media:          arcnet|baseband|broadband|ethernet|fddi|tokenring
;       mode:           real|vxd
;       install:        section name of install script
;       protini:        section name of protocol.ini script
;       style:          0x0001  Not compatible with prot-mode protocols
;                       0x0002  Not compatible with IPX protocols

ms$le10nds="Enhanced mode NDIS3 for CommuniCard E",852,ndis,ethernet,0x02,nds3$le10,nds3$le10_nif
ms$le10odi ="Netware ODI for CommuniCard E",852, NDIS, Ethernet, 0x04, NMODI_INST, NMODI_INI
ms$le10nds2="Real mode NDIS2 for CommunuCard E",852,ndis,ethernet,0x01,nds2$le10,nds2$le10_nif
NETMDM$NDIS3="Enhanced mode NDIS3 for CommuniCard Plus Card", 0, NDIS, Ethernet, 0x02, NMNDIS3_INST, NMNDIS3_NIF
NETMDM$ODI  ="NetWare ODI Driver for CommuniCard Plus Card", 0, NDIS, Ethernet, 0x04, NMODI_INST, NMODI_NIF
NETMDM$NDIS2="Real mode NDIS2 for Communicard Plus Card", 0, NDIS, Ethernet, 0x01, NMNDIS2_INST, NMNDIS2_NIF

;em_nif="LAN/Modem CommuniCard Plus",0,ndis,ethernet,0x05,em_inst,em_prot

;
; Netcard Install and Protocol Sections
;

;PCMCIA Ethernet Card

[nds3$le10]
ndis3=1:le10nds.386

[nds3$le10_nif]
DRIVERNAME=le10nds$
irq=INTERRUPT,,enum,"3,3,4,4,5,5,7,7,9,9,10,10,11,11,12,12,15,15",11,0x20
io=IOADDRESS,,hex,"0x200,0x380,0x20",0x320,0x20

[nds2$le10]
ndis2=1:le10nds.dos

[nds2$le10_nif]
DRIVERNAME=le10nds$


[em_inst]
ndis2=1:em.dos
mlid=1:em.com

; Copy file from Disk1:EM.DOS to C:\WINDOWS (i.e. "device") directory
devdir=1:em.dos
;devdir=1:em.com

; Copy file from Disk1:EM.386 to C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM (i.e. "system") directory
sysdir=1:em.386

; Load device with lookup name EM.DOS from a system configuration 
; file (i.e. CONFIG.SYS, AUTOEXEC.BAT, or SYSTEM.INI) and the command
; line is to be "C:\WINDOWS\EM.DOS"
device=em.dos,@devdir\em.dos

; Load device with lookup name EM.386 from a system configuration 
; file (i.e. CONFIG.SYS, AUTOEXEC.BAT, or SYSTEM.INI) and the command
; line is to be "C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\EM.386"
; NOTE:  Took this out because when you install the ODI driver with
; ODIHLP, Windows will show an "ERROR 58:" at Windows start up.
; Put code into both the ODI and NDIS 2 driver to load the 
; <windir>\SYSTEM\EM.386 when Windows starts.
;vxd=em.386,@sysdir\em.386

;------------------------------------------------------------------
; Protocol section
;
;	Lists the parameters to be presented in the 
;	PROTOCOL.INI file.
;------------------------------------------------------------------
[em_prot]

; Drivername=EM.DOS
drivername=EM$

; IOBase selections = list, default=320
io=IOBASE,,text,"0,0x240,0x280,0x2C0,0x300,0x320,0x340,0x360",0x320

; IRQ selections = list, default=5
irq=INTERRUPT,,text,"0,3,4,5,7,9,10,11,15",5

; RAM selections = list, default=D4000
mem=RAMADDRESS,,text,"0,0xC8000,0xCC000,0xD0000,0xD4000,0xD8000,0xDC000",0xD4000

; COM PORT selections = list, default=2
param=COMPORT,"Modem COM Port Assignment",text,"0,1,2,3,4",2

; PCMCIA keyword definition without value or '='
;param=PCMCIA, "PCMCIA", keyonly
; Kludge definition for Windows 95.
; Param statements with "keyonly" are not recognized by
; Windows 95.  So we will assign PCMCIA the value of 1.
param=PCMCIA,"PCMCIA",text,"1",1

; NDIS3 Enhanced Mode
[NMNDIS3_INST]
ndis3=1:LMNDIS.386

[NMNDIS3_NIF]
DriverName=LMNDIS$
io=IOADDRESS,,hex,"0x300,0x340,0x20",0x320,0x20
irq=INTERRUPT,,enum,"3,3,4,4,5,5,7,7,9,9,10,10,11,11,12,12,15,15",11,0x20
param=COMPORT,"Modem Port",enum,"COM1,1,COM2,2,COM3,3,COM4,4",3,0x20
param=COMIRQ,"Modem IRQ",enum,"3,3,4,4,5,5,7,7,9,9,10,10,11,11,12,12,15,15",5,0x20



; NDIS2 Real Mode
[NMNDIS2_INST]
ndis2=1:LMNDIS.DOS

[NMNDIS2_NIF]
DriverName=LMNDIS$


; ODI Real Mode
[NMODI_INST]
mlid=LMODI.COM

[NMODI_NIF]


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