WINXP.TXT Driver File Contents (1207D-110.zip)

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*                    ACCTON TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION                *
*         EN1207D/EN2242A SERIES PCI FAST ETHERNET ADAPTER        *
*                 NDIS5 MINIPORT DRIVER INSTALLATION              *
*                                                                 *
*         Copyright (C) 2001 Accton Technology Corporation        *
*                       All Rights Reserved.                      *
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The driver (ACC07D.SYS) contained in the directory WINXP is for
the following Accton PCI Ethernet adapter:

        Accton's EN1207D/EN2242A Series PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter

The driver (ACC07D.SYS) conforms to the Network Driver Interface
Specification (NDIS) 5.0, and is used with Microsoft Windows XP.


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   Update the NDIS5 Miniport driver on Microsoft Windows XP


Update the NDIS5 Miniport driver on Microsoft Windows XP
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    In Windows XP, there is a in-box driver for EN1207D/EN2242A
    adapters, please follow the steps below to upgrade the driver
    to newer one in the disk.  Of course, you still can use the native
    driver if you do not upgrade it.


    1. Plug Accton's EN1207D/EN2242A series adapter into one of the Master
       PCI slots of your PC.

    2. Turn your PC ON, then boot into Windows XP.

    3. Windows XP will detect "Accton EN1207D Series PCI Fast
       Ethernet Adapter" then install the in-box driver automatically.
       If you want to use native driver, skip the following steps,
       because the device driver already been installed.

    4. Press "Start" Button from Desktop, select "Control panel" and click it.
       After "Contorl Panel" window appears, double-click "System" icon.

    5. Select "Hardware" tab, then click "Device Manager" button.  Windows XP
       will show all the devices on your computer.

    6. Select "Network Adapter", then remove "Accton EN1207D Series PCI Fast
       Ethernet Adapter".

    7. Press "Start" button again, select "All Programs"-> "command prompt".

    8. Type the following commands from DOS prompt,
          CD C:\WINDOWS\INF
          DEL NETRTSNT.*

    9. Come back to "Device Manager" window, click "Scan for hardware changes"
       icon.

   10. Windows XP will show "Add New hardware Wizard" diaglog box.
       At this moment, please select
          "Install from a List or specific Location(Advanced).",
       then click "NEXT" button.

   11. Please insert the Driver Diskette into the floppy drive (ex, A: drive),
       Select "Specify a location" then enter path name "A:\WINXP" in
       the "Found New Hardware Wizard" dialog box.  After that, click
       the "Next" button.

   12. When Windows XP prompts "Accton EN1207D(EN2242A) Series PCI Fast
       Ethernet Adapter" in the "Add New Hardware Wizard" dialog box, click
       the "Finish" button.

   13. Remove the Driver Diskette from your floppy drive.

       NOTICE!! C:\WINDOWS is the directory where your Windows XP
                O.S. is located.



Trademarks:
Microsoft Windows XP is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation.

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  • 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.

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