; These statements shows examples of how to replace ; configuration-file settings before installing Windows 95. ; This example shows statments for upgrading real-mode TCP/IP ; under Microsoft Windows for Workgroups 3.11. ; All existing user, network and printer settings are retained. ; This example uses manual entries for configuring Microsoft TCP/IP. ; For an example that uses DHCP for configuring TCP/IP, see MSNET.INF. [SETUP] ; 0 = stop for user input, 1 = do not stop for user input Express=1 [NETWORK] ; 0 = do not prompt for network information ; (use defaults) for values not defined in the script ; 1 = prompt for network components Display=0 ; Install Windows 95 protected-mode protocols. Protocols=NETBEUI,NWLINK,MSTCP ; The following section sets values for Microsoft TCP/IP. ; These settings specify LMHOSTS for NetBIOS computer name resolution. [MSTCP] ; 0 = do not use DHCP for TCP/IP configuration, 1 = use DHCP DHCP=0 ; Remove ";" and enter the correct IP address for this computer. ;IPAddress=188.8.131.52 ; 0 = do not use DNS or LMHOSTS for name resolution, 1 = use DNS or LMHOSTS DNS=1 ; Set path to LMHOSTS file used for name resolution LMHOSTPath="C:\WINDOWS" ; If DNS=1 and you are using DNS servers, ; remove ";" and enter IP addresses for your DNS servers. ; Separate multiple addresses with commas. ;DNSServers=184.108.40.206 ; If DNS=1 and you are using DNS servers, ; remove ";" and add the DNS domain name for this host. ;Domain=microsoft.com ; Specify host name (usually computer name) for this computer. Hostname=MyPC ; If DNS=1 and you are using DNS servers, ; remove ";" and add the IP addresses for DNS gateways. ; Separate multiple addresses with commas. ;Gateways=220.127.116.11 ; If DNS=1 and you are using DNS servers, ; enter a comma-separated list of DNS domains to search. DomainOrder= ; 0 = do not use WINS for NetBIOS name resolution, 1 = use WINS, ; or DHCP = get WINS values from DHCP server WINS=0 ; The statements here use LMHOSTS for name resolution. ; If WINS=1, remove the ";" in the following entries and ; add correct IP addresses for Windows NT WINS servers. ;PrimaryWINS=x.x.x.x ;SecondaryWINS=y.y.y.y ; Usually ScopeID is not required. ; Remove ";" and enter a value if required by the network administrator. ;ScopeID= ; The following [Install] section and related [<update>] sections ; specify the new software components to be used for TCP/IP before Setup runs. [INSTALL] UpdateInis=Update_prot.ini UpdateIniFields=Update_iflds.ini UpdateAutoBat=Update_autoexec.bat UpdateCfgSys=Update_config.sys ; Update entries in PROTOCOL.INI [UPDATE_PROT.INI] protocol.ini,TCPIP,*, system.ini,386Enh,"device=vsockets.386", system.ini,386Enh,"device=vbapi.386", ; Update entries in SYSTEM.INI [UPDATE_IFLDS.INI] system.ini,"network drivers",transport,tcpdrv.dos system.ini,"network drivers",transport,nemm.dos ; The following section is optional, ; since Setup will automatically remove the following lines. [UPDATE_AUTOEXEC.BAT] DevDelete=c:\windows\umb DevDelete=c:\windows\tcptsr DevDelete=c:\windows\tinyrfc DevDelete=c:\windows\nmtsr.exe DevDelete=c:\windows\emsbfr.exe ; No required changes for CONFIG.SYS, so this section is empty. [UPDATE_CONFIG.SYS]Download Driver Pack
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.
For more help, visit our Driver Support section for step-by-step videos on how to install drivers for every file type.