OEMSETUP.INF Driver File Contents (lan336a.exe)

[Disks]
1 = \NDIS,"PCMCIA Ethernet Fax/Modem NDIS Driver", ECC_SUPPORT

[NETCARD]
actefm_nif="PCMCIA ETHERNET FAX/MODEM ADAPTER",702,ndis,ethernet,real,actefm_inst,actefm_prot


[actefm_inst]
devdir=1:actndis.dos
device=actndis.dos,@devdir\actndis.dos

[actefm_prot]
drivername=ACTNDIS$
io=IOBASE,,text,"0,0x300,0x320,0x340,0x360,0x220,0x240,0x260,0x280",0x300
irq=INTERRUPT,,text,"0,5,7,9,10,11,15",11
mem=RAMADDRESS,,text,"0,0xC4000,0xC8000,0xD4000,0xD8000",0xD4000
param=COMPORT,"Modem COM Port Assignment",text,"0,2,3,4",2
param=COMIRQ,"Modem COM Port Interrupt,",text,"0,3,5,7,9,10,11",3
param=PCMCIA,"PCMCIA",text," "," "
param=VACTDPATH,"VACTDPATH",text," ",C:\NETWORK
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