Accton EN1208 PCI Ethernet Adapter NDIS DRIVER FOR WOLLONGONG AND PATHWAY ACCESS INSTALLATION ========================================================== The EN1208 driver in the NDIS directory conforms to the Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS) defined by Microsoft/3Com. NDIS Driver Installation on PATHWAY ACCESS ------------------------------------------ 1. Insert your copy of the Pathway Drivers diskette into drive A. 2. Install the Pathway Drivers into your PC hard disk drive. Type the following, indicating the subdirectory where you want to install the program. Then press <Enter>. A:\> pwinstal C: The pwinstall program automatically installs the driver software in a new directory named \PATHWAY on your specified drive. Your system will prompt you with the following message once the process is complete: "The Pathway Drivers have been copied successfully. Refer to the documentation to complete driver installation." 3. Insert your Driver Diskette in drive A: and copy the NDIS driver to the subdirectory where you want to install the Pathway software. Do this by typing the following command at DOS: A:\> Copy A:\NDIS\DOS\EN1208.DOS C:\PATHWAY 4. Edit the CONFIG.SYS file to contain the following command lines: DEVICE=C:\PATHWAY\PWTCP.SYS DEVICE=C:\PATHWAY\PROTMAN.EXE/I:C:\PATHWAY DEVICE=C:\PATHWAY\EN1208.DOS 5. Edit your PROTOCOL.INI file in the C:\PATHWAY subdirectory to include the following section: [EN1208] DriverName = EN1208$ 6. Edit your AUTOEXEC.BAT file to include the following command lines: path=c:\pathway ndis [-d:#] pwbind where: -d is an optional parameter used for accessing a specific module number within the PROTOCOL.INI. In your PROTOCOL.INI file, a line enclosed by square brackets designates the beginning of a new module. Each module is referred to by a hexadecimal number. The first module is module number one. The second module is module two, and so on. --- All trademarks or brand names mentioned are properties of their respective owners. === End of this File ===Download Driver Pack
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From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.
Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.
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