WIN95.TXT Driver File Contents (nic311.zip)

                32-bit (NWAY) PCI-Bus (Fast) Ethernet Adapter
               NDIS/3 DRIVER INSTALLATION FOR WINDOWS 95
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  Contents:
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           A) Install NDIS 3.1 driver to Windows 95
           B) Configuration NDIS 3.1 driver to Windows 95


A) Install NDIS 3.1 driver into Windows 95
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The ETHPCI.SYS driver is contained in the \WIN95 directory

    NDIS Driver Installation in Windows 95
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    1. Insert the 32-bit PCI Series (Fast) Ethernet adapter into one of the
       Master PCI slots of your PCI platform.
    2. Power on your machine and boot from Windows 95.
    3. Windows 95 will prompt you with the PCI Ethernet Controller in New
       Hardware Found dialog box.
    4. Select "Driver from disk provided by hardware manufacturer" from New
       Hardware Found dialog box, and click <OK>.
    5. Insert the Driver Diskette in your floppy drive.
    6. Enter the driver path name, e.g., A:\. Click <OK>
       button in the "Install from Disk" dialog box.
    7. Follow screen instructions to complete installation.
    8. Restart your computer.


B) Configure the NDIS 3.1 driver in Windows 95
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    1. Click the "My Computer" icon.
    2. Click the "Control Panel" icon in My Computer window.
    3. Double-click the "Network" icon in the Control Panel window.
    4. Select "Adapter" item from Network Component Type dialog box,
       and click the "Properties..." button.
    5. Then click "Advanced" button in the dialog box.
    6. Set the following properties:

       <1>. Burst Length :   1  Dword          Default is 16 Dwords.
                             2  Dwords         (1 Dword = 4 bytes)
                             4  Dwords
                             8  Dwords
                             16 Dwords
                             32 Dwords

       <2>. Connection Type (32-bit driver): <NDIS3 driver>
             for 10/100M adapter:
                             AutoSense (Default)
                             100BASE-TX
                             100BASE-TX/Full-duplex
                             10BASE-T
                             10BASE-T/Full-duplex

       <3>. Connection Type (16-bit driver): <NDIS2 driver>
            (This argument will be put in MAC driver section in PROTOCOL.INI)
                             Auto Detection (Default)
                             Twisted Pair
                             Twisted Pair/Full-duplex

       <4>. Receive Buffers: 8, 16, 32, 48, 64. (Default value is 16.)

       <5>. Map Registers: 4, 8 (Default value is 8.)
            This parameter depends on the machine.
            For x86, the value should be 8.

       Also, the following three parameters can be used for 32-bit PCI
       Series (Fast) Ethernet adapter.

       <6>. Store And Forward : Enabled --> Enable early transmit,
                                Disabled--> Disable early transmit,(default)

       <7>. Transmit Threshold : the transmit FIFO threshold level with Store and
                                 Forward disabled.

                             10Mbps: 72, 96, 128, 160 (Default value is 160) bytes,
                            100Mbps: 128, 256, 512, 1024 (Default value is 1024) bytes,

       <8>. Data Rate-16 bit driver:
            The line speed of 32-bit PCI Series (Fast) Ethernet adapter
                Valid data: 10Mbps, 100Mbps (default),

    7. Follow screen instructions to complete the installation.
    8. Restart your computer.

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