iniprep.inf Driver File Contents (RKTools.exe)

;  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=2.2.2.2

;  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=1.1.1.1

;  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=3.3.3.3

;  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]

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How To Update Drivers Manually

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.

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