README.TXT Driver File Contents (re450.exe)

How to install the OS/2 ODI driver for Netware Requester on OS/2 Warp Version 3


(1)Enable PCMCIA Services under OS/2 Warp Version 3

   Before the NDIS driver being installed, please follow the following
   steps to make sure the PCMCIA Services has been enabled.

    1.In the OS/2 Desktop group, double-click on the <OS/2 System> icon.
    2.double-click on the <System Setup> icon.
    3.double-click on the <Selective Install> icon.
      If the PCMCIA Services was enabled already, you can see the PC
      vendor and model name listed under the <PCMCIA Support> Icon.
      Otherwise, you can see an "No Support Installed" string listed under
      the <PCMCIA Support> Icon. For not enabled case, please follow the
      steps list below to install the PCMCIA Services.
    4.Select the <PCMCIA Support> button.
    5.Select PCMCIA system.
      If the PC model is not on the list, you may select a PC that use
      the same PCMCIA controller with your PC.
      For example :
           Select IBM ThinkPad 750 for Intel 82365 compatible chips.
      If the selected model is incorrect, the PCMCIA function will work
      improperly. You have to unstall the services and to re-install the
      correct one.
    6.Click <OK>.
    7.Click <Install>.
    8.Select the source drive and directory
      For Example D:\OS2IMAGE
    9.Click <Install>.
   10.Click <OK>.


(2)Install Netware Request

 1.Insert diskette labeled "WSOS2_1" to diskette drive A:
 2.Change current drive to A:
 3.Run INSTALL.EXE
 4.Select "Installation"
 5.Select "Requester on workstation..."
 6.Set Target Directory
   Assume C:\NETWARE
 7.Click <OK>
 8.Select "Edit CONFIG.SYS and Copy All Files..."
 9.Click <OK>
10.Insert diskette labeled "WSDRV_1" and Click <OK>
11.Select NE2000.SYS driver
12.Click <Continue> button
13.Insert diskette labeled "WSOS2_1" and Click <OK>
14.Click <Continue> button
15.Select the "SPX Support for OS/2 Sessions"
16.Click <Save> button
16.Click <OK>
17.Click <Copy> button
18.Insert diskette labeled "WSOS2_2" and Click <OK>
19.Insert diskette labeled "WSOS2_3" and Click <OK>
20.Insert diskette labeled "OS2UTIL1" and Click <OK>
21.Insert diskette labeled "WSDRV_1" and Click <OK>
22.Insert diskette labeled "OS2DOC_1" and Click <OK>
23.Insert PCMCIA Ethernet Adapter driver diskette
24.Close Installation window to exit install
25.Copy following driver to C:\NETWARE directory
   COPY A:\OS2\ODI\LE10ODI.SYS C:\NETWARE
   COPY A:\OS2\ODI\LANEN.OS2 C:\NETWARE
26.EDIT C:\CONFIG.SYS file
27.Delete "DEVICE=C:\NETWARE\NE2000.SYS"
    For Example
        REM -- ODI-Driver Files BEGIN --
        DEVICE=C:\NETWARE\NE2000.SYS    ----> delete
        REM -- ODI-Driver Files END --

28.Add "DEVICE=C:\NETWARE\LANEN.OS2" and "DEVICE=C:\NETWARE\LE10ODI.SYS
    For Example
        REM -- ODI-Driver Files BEGIN --
        DEVICE=C:\NETWARE\LANEN.OS2
        DEVICE=C:\NETWARE\LE10ODI.SYS
        REM -- ODI-Driver Files END --
29.Save C:\CONFIG.SYS
30.Shutdown and Restart your system.

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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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