; These statements install Client for NetWare Networks ; and configure related network components. [NETWORK] ; 0 = do not prompt for network components (use detection only) ; 1 = prompt for network components Display=1 ; Install Client for NetWare Networks. Clients=NWREDIR ; Install IPX/SPX-compatible protocol and NetBIOS over IPX. Protocols=NWLink,nwnblink ; Set NetBIOS over IPX as the default protocol. Defaultprotocol=nwnblink ; 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. Services=NWSERVER;,pserver ; Remove ";" and enter correct values for computer identification. ;ComputerName="Workstation_1" ;Workgroup="Workgroup_1" ; Set user-level security with NetWare server as security provider. Security=nwserver ; Remove ";" and then ; set the NetWare server name with user accounts for security validation. ;PassThroughAgent="milquetoast" ; 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. ;IgnoreDetectedNetCards=1 ;netcards=*PRO6002 ; The following section sets values for Client for NetWare Networks. [NWREDIR] ; 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. FirstNetDrive=Q: ; Remove ";" and add the NetWare server name that is the preferred server. ;PreferredServer=MilqueToast ; 0 = do not use login script processing ; 1 = use login script processing ProcessLoginScript=1 ; 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. SearchMode=0 ; The following section sets values for File and Printer Sharing. [NWSERVER] ; 0 = use workgroup style browsing, 1 = Use SAP style browsing use_sap=1 ; 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 ;browsemaster=1 ; The following section sets values for IPX/SPX-compatible protocol. [NWLINK] ; 0 = 802.3, 1 = 802.2, 2 = Ethernet II, 4=Auto, 5=Token ring, 6=Token ring SNAP Frame_Type=4 ; 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. ;[*PRO6002] ;INTLEVEL = 10 ;IOBASE = 4a20 ;DMAChannel = 7 ;LinkSpeed = 4 ;CardSpeed = 4 ;Media = STP ; or UTP ;CableType = STP ; or UTPDownload 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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