README.TXT Driver File Contents (re450.exe)

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This document contains information that supplements the "User's Manual"
and accompanying software.

CONTENTS

1. Notes on Setup
2. Install PCMCIA Software manually
3. Drivers Supported on this Drivers Disk
4. Notes on using EMM386 or QEMM
5. Technical Support


1. Notes on Setup
   ==============

  For Novell, Lan Manager & Packet Driver, first insert the "Drivers Disk"
  into drive A, and type INSTALL at the A drive command prompt.
  The Installation program will copy files to the destination directory and
  modify your related files e.g. CONFIG.SYS &   NET.CFG, automatically.

      C:\> A:
      A:\> INSTALL

  For Windows for Workgroup, Windows NT & Windows 95, use the "Network Setup"
  utility provided by windows system to install Ethernet Adapter to the system
  and system will load the drivers at start up time.

  After installation, simply reboot the machine to enable PCMCIA Ethernet Card.


2. Install PCMCIA Software Manually
   ================================

  The automatical Installation Software has been carefully designed to detect
  some combination of hardware and software already installed on your PC, and
  setup your PC to enable the PCMCIA Ethernet card. If for any reason the
  Installation Software failed to complete.  You can follow the few simple
  steps to copy the enabler from the Drivers Disk onto your PC.

  1. If you have Windows for Workgroup, Windows NT or Windows 95, follow the
     instructions for installing PCMCIA Card in your system manual.

  2. Determine if any third party generic enabler has been installed on your PC.
     You identify this by a search through the CONFIG.SYS file for the following
     lines:

     Vendor           Device Loaded in CONFIG.SYS
     ---------------  -------------------------------
     Awards Software  DEVICE=C:\CARDWARE\PCENABLE.EXE
     System Soft      DEVICE=C:\CARDSOFT\CARDID.EXE
     Phoenix          DEVICE=C:\PCMPLUS\PCMSCD.EXE

     If one of them exist in your CONFIG.SYS, then you can use it to enable the
     PCMCIA Ethernet Card.  Follow the PCMCIA installation instruction in the
     manual that come with your PC.

  3. If you decide to use accompanied Enabler, or if the generic enabler
     does not support the PCMCIA Ethernet Card, follow Steps 4 below.

  4. Insert Driver Disk in drive A:.

  5. Type C: at the command prompt.

  6. Type MD ENABLER to make a new directory.

  7. Type COPY A:\ENABLER\*.* C:\ENABLER to copy the enabler to your directory.

  8. Modify the PATH= statement in your AUTOEXEC.BAT to include path C:\ENABLER.
     Change From  PATH=<Original Path>
            To    PATH=<Original Path>;C:\ENABLER

  9. Using LANEN.EXE to enable the PCMCIA card no matter wheher your PC has
     loaded Card Service or not.


3. Drivers Supported on this release of the Drivers Disk
   =====================================================

  LANEN.EXE     Direct PCMCIA Card Enabler for DOS, and client driver for
                Card Services. The Direct Enabler support Intel 82365
                compatible chip only.

  LE10ODI.COM   DOS/ODI Driver working with direct enabler or card service
  LE10NDS.DOS   DOS real mode NDIS Driver
  LE10PD.COM    DOS real mode Packet Driver
  LE10NDS.386   Enhance Mode NDIS Driver for Windows for Workgroup.
  EH10NDS.SYS   Enhance Mode NDIS Driver for Windows 95/98/ME/2000
                and Windows NT 4.0.


4. Notes on using EMM386 or QEMM
   =============================

  PCMCIA Cards standard is first designed for memory cards, and then
  the I/O cards specification is added.  Therefore all I/O cards
  (including Ethernet) must be initialised as memory cards
  and then switched into I/O mode operation by an enabler software.

  Therefore, the enabler software (such as LANEN.EXE) must see the
  PCMCIA card memory when it is executed.  DOS Extended memory manager
  such as EMM386 and QEMM take control of entire PC memory space and
  disable any PCMCIA card memory space.

  There are two solutions available:

  (1) Run enabler to enable the card before EMM386 or QEMM is loaded.

  (2) Exclude at least 4K of memory from EMM386 or QEMM controlling,
      then run the enabler.  This is most suitable for DOS ODI or NDIS
      enabler.  To find out free memory you can use, reboot machine
      and press <F5> then the screen displays Starting MS-DOS...  Run
      MSD and press <M> to display memory available.


5. Technical Support
   =================

  If you still cannot get the PCMCIA Card working properly, our
  technical experts are always ready to help.  Please be at your
  computer, have the PCMCIA Card, Drivers Disk, and the following
  information available:

  * Version number of LANEN.EXE, or any drivers you are running
  * The extact text of any error message displayed on your screen
  * The type of computer
  * The type of network
  * The detail content of the CONFIG.SYS and AUTOEXEC.BAT files


Download Driver Pack

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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