C32NT.TXT Driver File Contents (de220.zip)

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NOTES ON
Installing D-Link DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter
For Client 32 for Windows NT Users
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    (c) 1997 Copyright DE-220 Family Corporation ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

This document contains DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter installation notes,
which is not included in the DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter USER'S GUIDE
or onscreen instructions, for Client 32 for Windows NT users.

This document contains information on the following topics:

1.0 Overview
2.0 Installation Notes For Client 32 for Windows NT users
    2.1 Windows NT 4.0
    2.2 Windows NT 3.51

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1.0 Overview
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    To install DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter in the
    Client 32 for Windows NT environment, you should have the Windows NT
    CD-ROM and the NOVELL Client 32 CD-ROM nearby.

2.0 Installation Notes For Client 32 for Windows NT users
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    2.1 Windows NT 4.0
    ------------------

        1. Plug DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter into the ISA bus slot.
           Then Start Windows NT 4.0 System.

        2. Double-click on the "My Computer" icon.

        3. In the "My Computer" window,
           double-click on the "Control Panel" icon.

        4. In the "Control Panel" window,
           double-click on the "Network" icon.

        5. In the "Network" window, click on the [Adapters].
           Then click on the [Add] button.

        6. In the "Select Network Adapter" window,
           click on the [Have Disk...] button.

        7. In the "Insert Disk" window, specify the path for the
           DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter's driver.

           Example:
                A:\NETWARE\32BITLAN

           Then click on the [OK] button.

        8. In the "Select OEM Option" window, select the
           "ODI D-Link DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter NetWare" item.
           Then click on the [OK] button.

        9. After copying the necessary files, the screen will pop up
           "ODI D-Link DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter Configuration"
           window.

       10. Specify the values, then click on the [OK] button.

           Interrupt Number :
            The "Interrupt Number" Combo Box let you select the Adapter
            Card Interrupt Number(IRQ). Pull down this box and select the
            correct Interrupt Number. If you are not sure, ignore it.
            The driver will search card automatically.

           I/O Base Address :
            The "I/O Base Address" Combo Box let you select the Adapter
            Card I/O Port Address. Pull down this box and select the
            correct I/O Port Address. If you are not sure , ignore it.
            The driver will search card automatically.

           Disable SearchCard:
            This keyword switchs the automatically searching card mode
            or not. The default value is "NotPresent" means that you
            would not decide your Adapter Card's "Interrupt Number" and
            "I/O Base Address" by yourself. If you select "Present", it
            means that you want to decide the Adapter Card I/O Port by
            yourself. In this situation, you must select the correct
            value in "Interrupt Number" and "I/O Base Address" Box.

            *Note*
            If your system environment is PnP BIOS machine and PnP enable
            Adapter Card, don't select "Present" in this option. In this
            situation, the PnP BIOS will assign the "Interrupt Number" and
            "I/O Base Address" automatically, and you may assign wrong
            values which PnP BIOS have assigned.

           Legacy ISA Card:
            This keyword specifies the Adapter Card types. The "Legacy
            ISA Card" means Non-PnP or PnP disable cards. If your adapter
            card is Non-PnP or PnP disable card, you need to select
            "Present" value. If your adapter card is PnP enable card, you
            need to select "NotPresent" value.

           Media Type:
            This keyword specifies the media type on the adapter.

            .AUTODETECT
             The first item is "AUTODETECT" means detecting the media type
             automatically.

            .AUI
                 This keyword specifies that the AUI port on the adapter.

            .BNC
                 This keyword specifies that the BNC port on the adapter.

            .UTP
                 This keyword specifies that the UTP port on the adapter.

       11. In the "DE22X#1 Bus Location" window. Specify the vaules,
           then click on the [OK] button.

           Type:
            If your DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter Card is PnP Card ,
            select "PNP BIOS".
            If your card is Non-PnP Card or PnP disable , select "ISA".

           Number:
            If you know the Adapter Card bus number ,
            select the correct value.

       12. In the "Network" window, click on the [Close] button.

       13. In the "Network Settings Change" window,
           click on the [Yes] button.


    2.2 Windows NT 3.51
    -------------------

        1. Plug DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter into the ISA bus slot.
           Then Start Windows NT 3.51 System.

        2. Double-click on the "Main" icon.

        3. In the "Main" window,
           double-click on the "Control Panel" icon.

        4. In the "Control Panel" window,
           double-click on the "Network" icon.

        5. In the "Network Settings" window,
           click on the [Add Adapter...] button.

        6. In the "Select Network Adapter" window,
           click on the [Have Disk...] button.

        7. In the "Add Network Adapter" window,
           select the "<Other> Requires disk from manufacturer" item.
           Then click on the [Continue] button.

        7. In the "Insert Disk" window, specify the path for the
           DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter's driver.

           Example:
                A:\NETWARE\32BITLAN

           Then click on the [OK] button.

        8. In the "Select OEM Option" window, select the
           "ODI D-Link DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter NetWare" item.
           Then click on the [OK] button.

        9. After copying the necessary files, the screen will pop up
           "ODI D-Link DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter Configuration"
           window.

       10. Specify the values, then click on the [OK] button.

           Interrupt Number :
            The "Interrupt Number" Combo Box let you select the Adapter
            Card Interrupt Number(IRQ). Pull down this box and select the
            correct Interrupt Number. If you are not sure, ignore it.
            The driver will search card automatically.

           I/O Base Address :
            The "I/O Base Address" Combo Box let you select the Adapter
            Card I/O Port Address. Pull down this box and select the
            correct I/O Port Address. If you are not sure , ignore it.
            The driver will search card automatically.

           Disable SearchCard:
            This keyword switchs the automatically searching card mode
            or not. The default value is "NotPresent" means that you
            would not decide your Adapter Card's "Interrupt Number" and
            "I/O Base Address" by yourself. If you select "Present", it
            means that you want to decide the Adapter Card I/O Port by
            yourself. In this situation, you must select the correct
            value in "Interrupt Number" and "I/O Base Address" Box.

          *Important*
            If your system environment is PnP BIOS machine and PnP enable
            Adapter Card, don't select "Present" in this option. In this
            situation, the PnP BIOS will assign the "Interrupt Number" and
            "I/O Base Address" automatically, and you may assign wrong
            values which PnP BIOS have assigned.

           Legacy ISA Card:
            This keyword specifies the Adapter Card types. The "Legacy
            ISA Card" means Non-PnP or PnP disable cards. If your adapter
            card is Non-PnP or PnP disable card, you need to select
            "Present" value. If your adapter card is PnP enable card, you
            need to select "NotPresent" value.

           Media Type:
            This keyword specifies the media type on the adapter.

            .AUTODETECT
             The first item is "AUTODETECT" means detecting the media type
             automatically.

            .AUI
                 This keyword specifies that the AUI port on the adapter.

            .BNC
                 This keyword specifies that the BNC port on the adapter.

            .UTP
                 This keyword specifies that the UTP port on the adapter.

       11. In the "Bus Location" window. Specify the vaules,
           then click on the [OK] button.

           Type:
            If your DE-220 Family Ethernet Adapter Card is PnP Card ,
            select "PNP BIOS".
            If your card is Non-PnP Card or PnP disable , select "ISA".

           Number:
            If you know the Adapter Card bus number ,
            select the correct value.

       12. In the "Network Settings" window,
           click on the [OK] button.

       13. In the "Network Settings Change" window,
           click on the [Restart Now] button to restart Windows NT3.51.


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