nwnet.inf Driver File Contents (RKTools.exe)

;  These statements install Client for NetWare Networks
;  and configure related network components.

;  0 = do not prompt for network components (use detection only)
;  1 = prompt for network components

;  Install Client for NetWare Networks.

;  Install IPX/SPX-compatible protocol and NetBIOS over IPX.

;  Set NetBIOS over IPX as the default protocol.

;  Install File and Printer Sharing for NetWare Networks.
;  To also install Microsoft Print Service for NetWare Networks,
;  first use INF Installer to place the related source files 
;  with the Windows 95 source files on the network, 
;  then remove the ";" from before PSERVER in the following entry.

;  Remove ";" and enter correct values for computer identification.

;  Set user-level security with NetWare server as security provider.

;  Remove ";" and then
;  set the NetWare server name with user accounts for security validation.

;  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.
;  The following shows how to install a Proteon Token Ring card.
;  Remove the ";" and add a correct device ID for the value of NetCards=.
;  Add a section setting parameters, as shown at the end of this script.

;  The following section sets values for Client for NetWare Networks.
;  Specify the first network drive to which to attach.
;  Do not use this parameter if you want to keep the value set in NET.CFG.

;  Remove ";" and add the NetWare server name that is the preferred server.

;  0 = do not use login script processing
;  1 = use login script processing

;  Meaningful search mode values can be 0 or 1 (the default), 2, 3, 5, or 7. 
;  Most newer NetWare-aware applications and utilities, such as SYSCON, 
;  do not use search mode, so this is often not a required setting.
;  For details, see "Windows 95 on NetWare Networks" in the Windows 95 Resource Kit.

;  The following section sets values for File and Printer Sharing.
;  0 = use workgroup style browsing, 1 = Use SAP style browsing

;  If use_sap=0, then you can set a value for workgroup browsing, where:
;  0 = This computer cannot be a browse master
;  1 = This computer can be a browse master
;  2 = This computer is the preferred browse master

;  The following section sets values for IPX/SPX-compatible protocol.
;  0 = 802.3, 1 = 802.2, 2 = Ethernet II, 4=Auto, 5=Token ring, 6=Token ring SNAP

;  The following section defines settings 
;  for Proteon 1990+ Token Ring adapter cards.
;  This section defines values for the card specified in Netcards=
;  in the [Network] section. If values aren't defined,
;  Setup uses the defaults defined in the card's INF file.
;  Remove ";" and specify correct values to define these settings.
;  These settings are all defined in NETPROT.INF.

;IOBASE = 4a20
;DMAChannel = 7
;LinkSpeed =  4
;CardSpeed = 4
;Media = STP      ; or UTP
;CableType = STP  ; or UTP
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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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