PROTOCOL.INI Driver File Contents (AF595_Win_1_11_DR.exe)

    DriverName = "SIS900$"
; below are examples and explanations of some of the keywords supported by
; the PCI595 NDIS 2.01 driver.  most of the lines are simply comments.  the
; marked with "-->" are lines that can be edited (removing the ";-->" and
; lines replacing it with spaces, and modifying the right hand side as
; appropriate.

; SLOT=n, n=0..16 specifies the specific slot number to look for a PCI595
; Fast Ethernet adapter.  In the absence of this keyword the driver will
; search all slots for PCI595 Fast Ethernet adapter, so it isn't required
; unless there are multiple PCI595 adapters in the computer.  For PCI the 
; "SLOT=n" parameter is actually a device number.  Usually device 0 is on 
; the motherboard, and the "slots" start around 1 or so, but this varies 
; from computer to computer.  

; MEDIATYPE=Type, type specifies the mediatype that is currently used.
; The default is AUTO(Auto-Detect mediatype).
;         Type       Ethernet Standard    Duplex
;       --------     -----------------    ------
;        AUTO          auto-detect         Auto
;        UTP           10BASE-T            Half
;        UTPFULL       10BASE-T            Full
;        FAST          100BASE-T           Half
;        FASTFULL      100BASE-T           Full

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