; This setup script contains statements for configuring user-level security, ; and enabling user profiles, remote administration, and group policies ; You can choose statements and enter appropriate values for either protected mode client ; (Client for Microsoft Networks or Client for NetWare Networks). ; You must also make sure that the related support files ; (REGSERV.EXE, WINREG.DLL, GROUPPOL.INF, GROUPPOL.DLL) have been ; copied from the Windows 95 compact disc to the server that contains ; the Windows 95 Source files. ; If you use INF Installer to set up the source files for group policies ; with the Windows 95 source files on the network, you can ; install group policies by just adding Services=grouppol in the [Network] section. [SETUP] ; 0 = stop for user input, 1 = do not stop for user input Express=1 [NETWORK] ; 0 = do not prompt for network components (use detection) ; 1 = prompt for network components Display=0 ; For entries that install and configure VREDIR and VSERVER, see MSNET.INF. ; For entries that install and configure NWREDIR and NWSERVER, see NWNET.INF. ;Clients=VREDIR,NWREDIR ; Install the Microsoft Remote Registry agent. Services=remotereg ; Enable user-level security and specify the source for user accounts. ; Remove ";" beside the correct security source for your network. ;security=domain ; for Microsoft networks ;security=nwsserver ; for NetWare networks ; Set the name of the security provider for file sharing. : Remove ";" and type the correct server or domain containing user accounts. ;PassThroughAgent="server_or_domain" ; The following entries enable user profiles, ; remote administration of the Registry, and group policies. [VERSION] LayoutFile=layout.inf signature="$CHICAGO$" SetupClass=BASE [INSTALL] Addreg=User.Profiles.Reg, Group.Policies.Reg, Remote.Admin Copyfiles=Group.Policies.Copy [USER.PROFILES.REG] HKLM,Network\Logon,UserProfiles,1,1 ; In the following example, %Server_Username% must be defined in a [Strings] section. ; The Registry location is defined by the value HKLM,"Security\Access\Admin\Remote". [REMOTE.ADMIN] HKLM,"Security\Access\Admin\Remote",%Server_Username%,1,ff,00 [GROUP.POLICIES.REG] HKLM,Network\Logon,PolicyHandler,,"GROUPPOL.DLL,ProcessPolicies" HKLM,System\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSNP32\NetworkProvider,GroupFcn,,"GROUPPOL.DLL,NTGetUserGroups" HKLM,System\CurrentControlSet\Services\NWNP32\NetworkProvider,GroupFcn,,"GROUPPOL.DLL,NWGetUserGroups" [GROUP.POLICIES.COPY] grouppol.dll [DESTINATIONDIRS] Group.Policies.Copy=11 ; LDID_SYS ; Notice that under the [Strings] section, the percentage sign is NOT used. ; Remove ";" and type the name for the server or domain containing group polcies. ;[STRINGS] ;Server_Username = "Server\Name"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.
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