batch.txt Driver File Contents (RKTools.exe)

** Batch Setup Release Notes   **
** Version 1.0      04/26/95   **


	By running this program and answering as many or as few questions as
desired, a user will help automate his or her setup.  Please see the online
help for instructions on running Windows 95 Setup in Batch Mode.

	After running this program, the .INF file created (BSETUP.INF) will
be used by Windows 95 Setup and later copied to the name MSBATCH.INF.  The
INF file created complies with the Windows 95 Resource Kit, Appendix D. This
program does not actually run Windows 95 Setup, it merely prepares the INF
file for use with it.

        Batch Setup works for both GUI and DOS-mode upgrades.

	The following set of instructions indicate the suggested method
for executing Batch Setup.


1) Run the supplied program and answer all questions to create your
	customized Information file.

2) Run Windows 95 Setup and include the name (and fully qualified path) of
	the INF file as an argument. For example :

   If your network supports UNC's, those can be used as well. Example :


   This program is not required to run Windows 95 setup in batch-mode, only
        the INF file that it creates.

3) Windows 95 Setup will then run in batch mode.  If you answered all the
	questions on the opening screen, you will probably not have to
	touch your computer again until it reboots after Setup... just type
	'WIN' to enter Windows 95!


        There are a few setup messages that batch setup cannot automate.
These are fully outlined in the Resource Kit, Appendix D and Chapter 5.

        Please see the online help and Chapters 5 and Appendix D of the
Windows 95 Resource Kit for an explanation of all available settings.


The following features were added to batch-mode setup for Windows 95 but
were not included in batch.exe.  Please read Appendix D and Chapter 5 of
the Windows 95 Resource Kit for a full explanation of all options.


	Windows 95 supports batch-mode settings for the Un-installation of
Windows 95.

This parameter is used to specify whether Setup should create a
compressed backup version of the existing Windows and MS-DOS directories
to be used for automatically uninstalling Windows 95. If you specify
Uninstall=5, you also must add a value for BackupDir=path that specifies
the directory where Setup should place the compressed backup files.

Parameter   Uninstall
Values      0 = Do not allow user to specify Uninstall options, and do
                not create backup files for uninstalling Windows 95
            1 = Show Uninstall options for user to choose
            5 = Do not show Uninstall options, but automatically create
                backup files for uninstalling Windows 95
Default     1

Add this parameter to the [Setup] section of the BSETUP.INF file (for
instance, 'Uninstall=5') using a standard text editor (EDIT).


	Windows 95 allows you to specify which client you want to be your
default client (for instance, the client for Microsoft networks or the
client for NetWare networks).  Batch.exe does not support an automatic
way to set which client is the default (the client for Microsoft
networks, if present will be the default).  If you wish the client for
NetWare networks to be the default over the client for Microsoft
networks, open the BSETUP.INF file with a plain text editor. Locate the
line 'CLIENTS=' in the '[Network]' section of the file.  The first
client listed will be the default.  So, to make the client for NetWare
networks default, move the keyword 'NWREDIR' in front of the keyword
'VREDIR.'  Please note that you can also reset the default from within
the network control panel once Windows 95 has set up.

	There are additional settings which are available to batch setup
that are not listed here. Please read the Windows 95 resource kit for
a full explanation and list of all possible settings.

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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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