msnet.inf Driver File Contents (RKTools.exe)

;  This script installs Client for Microsoft Networks
;  and configures related settings.

[NETWORK]
;  0 = do not prompt for network components (use detection only)
;  1 = prompt for network components
Display=1

;  Install Client for Microsoft Networks.
Clients=VREDIR

;  Detection is strongly recommended for installing network adapter drivers.
;  See "MSBATCH.INF Parameters" in the Windows 95 Resource Kit 
;  for information about specifying network adapter drivers and parameters.
;  This example shows how to install the driver for a Proteon 1390 card. 
;  Settings for the card appear at the end of this script.
;IgnoreDetectedNetCards=0
;netcards=*PNP81EB

;  Install all protected-mode Windows 95 protocols plus NetBIOS over IPX.
Protocols=NWLink,MSTCP,NetBeui,NWNBlink

;  Set NetBIOS over IPX as the default protocol.
DefaultProtocol=NWNBLINK

;  Install File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks.
;  To also install Microsoft Network Monitor Agent,
;  first use INF Installer to add the required files to the
;  Windows 95 source files, then remove ";" before NMAGENT.
Services=VSERVER;,NMAGENT

;  To set network identifiers, remove ";" and type appropriate values.
;ComputerName="Workstation_1"
;Workgroup="Workgroup_1"

;  Install user-level security 
;  with computer running Windows NT Workstation as security provider.            
;  Other options are 0 = share-level security, or domain = Windows NT domain.
Security=msserver

;  Remove ";" and set the name of the security provider for peer sharing.
;PassThroughAgent="NTServer_1"

;  This script uses DHCP to configure TCP/IP 
;  and WINS for NetBIOS name resolution.
;  To see an example that predefines TCP/IP settings and
;  uses LMHOSTS for name resolution, see INIPREP.INF.
[MSTCP]
;  0 = do not use DHCP for TCP/IP configuration, 1 = use DHCP
DHCP=1

;  0 = do not use WINS for name resolution
;  1 = use WINS, DHCP = get WINS values from DHCP server
WINS=DHCP

[VREDIR]
;  0 = do not validate network logon, 1 = validate network logon
ValidatedLogon=1

;  Remove ";" and set the Windows NT domain to use for logon validation.
;LogonDomain="Domain_1"

[VSERVER]
;  0 = announce this computer to LAN Manager, 1 = do not announce this computer
LMAnnounce=1

;  0 = This computer cannot be a browse master
;  1 = This computer is the browse master
;  2 = Auto (the computer can be a browse master if required)
MaintainServerList=2

;  The following shows settings for the Proteon 1390 network adapter
;  specified in the NetCards= setting earlier in this script.
;  These values are identified in the NETPROT.INF file.
;[*PNP81EB]
;INTLEVEL=10
;IOBASE=4a20
;DMAChannel=7
;LinkSpeed=4
;CardSpeed=4
;Media=UTP      ; or STP
;CableType=UTP  ; or STP
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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.

For more help, visit our Driver Support section for step-by-step videos on how to install drivers for every file type.

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