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PE-600
PCMCIA Ethernet Card
User’s Manual
FCC Warning
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy,
and if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Its operation
in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case
the user will be required to correct the interference as his own expense.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the parties
responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the
equipment.
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Table of Contents
About this Manual ....................................................................................... iv
Chapter 1 Introduction ................................................................................ 1
1.1 Product Description .................................................................... 1
1.2 Features....................................................................................... 2
1.3 Quick Installation........................................................................ 2
Chapter 2 Hardware Installation ................................................................. 3
2.1 What’s in the Package ................................................................ 3
2.2 Hardware Description................................................................. 3
2.3 Installing the PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card .......................... 3
Chapter 3 Driver Installation for Windows 95............................................ 5
Chapter 4 Driver Installation for Windows 98............................................. 7
Chapter 5 Driver Installation for Windows NT 4.0 ..................................... 10
Chapter 6 Client Driver Installation............................................................. 14
6.1 Driver Installation....................................................................... 14
6.1.1 Driver Installation Program ............................................. 14
6.1.2 Quick Installation.............................................................. 14
6.2 The INSTALL Program.............................................................. 15
6.2.1 Using the INSTALL Program .......................................... 15
6.2.1.1 Auto Configuration .............................................. 19
6.2.1.2 Custom Configuration.......................................... 22
6.3 Manual Installation ..................................................................... 24
6.3.1 Enablers ........................................................................... 25
6.4 Client Driver Installation ............................................................ 26
6.4.1 Netware 3.X / 4.X ............................................................ 26
6.4.2 Microsoft Windows for Workgroups 3.11 ....................... 26
6.4.2 Microsoft Windows NT 3.51 ........................................... 27
6.4.3 Microsoft LAN Manager ................................................. 27
6.4.4 Artisoft LANtastic Version 6.0 ........................................ 28
6.4.5 Configuration Reference ................................................... 29
Appendix A Troubleshooting for Windows Environment ........................... 30
A.1 Windows 9X .............................................................................. 30
A.2 Windows NT 4.0 and 3.51 ......................................................... 30
Appendix B Error Messages of Enabler Programs ..................................... 31
Appendix C Specifications ......................................................................... 34
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About this Manual
This is a user's guide for your PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card.
Please read this manual before you attempt to install the product.
This manual includes the following topics :
Product description, features and specifications.
Hardware installation procedure.
Software installation procedure.
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Chapter 1
Introduction
1.1 Product Description
Thank you for purchasing the PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card.
The PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card is a network adapter card
for notebook computers and complies with the PCMCIA TYPE II
standard. An Ethernet adapter cable with male RJ-45 connector two
kinds of connections :
• Connect to a Hub directly, or
• Connect to a network cable with male RJ-45 connector
The PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card is switchless and software
configurable. An enabler program can successfully drive the card. Even
without the card and socket service drivers for PCMCIA controller
installed, you will still be able to use the card by running the enabler
program.
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1.2 Features
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5.0 mm Type II credit card size
Complies with IEEE 802.3 10Base-T.
Complies with PCMCIA Release 2.1 Spec
PC Card standard 68-pin 16-bit PCMCIA Interface
Half-duplex 10Base-T
5.0V Power consumption
1.3 Quick installation
This section briefly outlines the steps needed to install the
PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card and its driver software, and how to
connect the card to the network.
To install the PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card to your notebook
computer:
1. Connect the Ethernet adapter cable to the card, then insert the
card into the PCMCIA slot. (Refer to Chapter 2 for details.)
2. Connect the Ethernet adapter cable to the network. (See
Chapter 2 for details.)
3.
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Install the driver software. (See Chapter 3, 4, 5, and 6 for
details.)
Chapter 2
Hardware Installation
2.1 What’s in the Package
Please check whether the following items are in your package :
• PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card
• Ethernet adapter cable with 15-pin flat connector at one end
and female RJ-45 connector at the other end for 10Base-T
connectivity.
• Plastic protective adapter case
• CD-ROM (Device drivers, User’s manual)
2.2 Hardware Description
The PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card is encased in a stainless
compact frame that is easily transportable. It has a 68-pin connector and a
15-pin flat connector for attaching to the Notebook and Ethernet adapter
cable respectively .
2.3 Installing the PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card
Follow the procedure below to install the PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet
Card.
1. Turn off the host computer.
2. With the card’s 68-pin connector facing the PCMCIA slot, slide
the card all the way into the PCMCIA slot. Do not force the
connection.
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3. Plug the Ethernet adapter cable to the 15-pin connector on the
card.
4. Connect the Ethernet adapter cable to a network. If there is an
Ethernet Hub or RJ-45 phone jack connected to a network and is
near by your notebook, you can connect the Ethernet adapter
cable to a port on the Hub or to the RJ-45 phone jack with another
male-to-male RJ-45 line or connector.
5. Turn on the computer.
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Driver Installation for Windows 95
Installing the PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card is just the same as any
normal Windows 95 Plug & Play device. Follow the steps below to install.
1. Insert the PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card into an open PCMCIA slot
on your notebook.
2. After Windows 95 detects the card, the Update Device Driver Wizard
window, as shown in Figure 3.1, will appear. Insert the driver diskette
and click Next to continue the installation.
Figure 3.1 Update Device Driver Wizard
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3. When Windows 95 finds the installation file in CD-ROM and shows the
window in Figure 3.2 on your screen, click Finish .
Figure 3.2 Found Driver
4. Windows 95 will follow the direction of the installation file to locate
the files that should be copied. Eventually Windows 95 may need to
copy required system files. Give the correct path, then click OK to
continue.
5. After all files have been copied, Windows 95 will prompt you to restart
the system. Click Yes to complete installation.
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Chapter 4
Driver Installation for Windows 98
Installing the PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card is similar as any
normal Windows 95 Plug & Play device. Follow the steps below to
install.
1. Insert the PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card into an open PCMCIA
slot on your notebook.
2. After Windows 98 detects the PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card, the
Add New Hardware Wizard window, as shown in Figure 4.1, will
appear. Click Next to continue the installation.
Figure 4.1 Add New Hardware Wizard
3. Select Search for the best driver for your device. [Recommended]
and click Next.
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Figure 4.2 Search Driver
4. Uncheck the Microsoft Windows Update. Let Windows 98 search
CD-ROM drive only. Then place the CD-ROM driver disc and click
Next to continue.
Figure 4.3 Search CD-ROM drive
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5. Select the found updated driver, PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card,
then click Next.
Figure 4.4 The updated driver
6. After copying all required files, Windows 98 will prompt you to
restart the system. Click Yes to complete installation.
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Chapter 5
Driver Installation for Windows NT 4.0
The installation procedure assumes the network component has
been installed on your computer. To check whether the network
component has been installed, double click the Network icon in Control
Panel. If it has not, refer to the Windows NT 4.0 installation guide to
install the component.
While installing the network component, Windows NT 4.0 will ask
you to install the driver of network adapter. The driver installation
procedure is similar to the following one.
Follow the steps below to install the driver.
1. Insert the PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card into an open PCMCIA
slot on your notebook. Login to NT 4.0 as the administrator.
2. Doublic click Network icon in Control Panel, and select Adapters
tab, the Figure 5.1 displayed.
Figure 5.1 Network Window
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3. Click Add to add a new adapter, the window, Figure 5.2, popped up.
Figure 5.2 Select Network Adapter Window
4. Click Have Disk …, after Insert Disk window, shown in Figure 5.3,
popped up, give the search path, F:\WINNT (suppose F: is your CDROM drive), then insert driver diskette, and click OK.
Figure 5.3 Insert Compact Disk Window
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5. After finding the installation file, the Select OEM Option window
shown in Figure 5.4 is displayed. Click OK to choose the PCMCIA
10Mbps Ethernet Card option.
Figure 5.4 Select OEM Option Window
6. In the PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card setup window, Figure 5.5,
select the desired IRQ level and I/O Port address. After selecting
desired configuration, click OK to continue.
Figure 5.5 Setup Window-1
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7. Select the PCMCIA type option as figure 5.6 and click OK to
continue.
Figure 5.6 Setup Window-2
8. Click Close to close the Network window, and let Windows NT 4.0
binding the adapter with network component.
9. Eventually, Windows NT 4.0 will prompt you to restart the computer,
click Yes to finish installation.
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Chapter 6
Client Driver Installation
6.1 Driver Installation
Before your computer system can recognize your PCMCIA
10Mbps Ethernet Card, the driver programs must first be installed
to enable the card.
6.1.1 Driver Installation Program
INSTALL.EXE is the PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card
driver installation program. The INSTALL.EXE program allows you
to do auto-configuration where the program automatically selects the
most suitable option settings, or do a custom configuration where
you individually select each option setting.
6.1.2 Quick Installation
This section gives a brief overview of the installation process.
(For a clearer step-by-step procedure, refer to the next section.)
1. If the Card and Socket Services software is included as part of
your computer, it is recommended that you use this software
when installing your PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card.
A system with Card and Socket Services installed allows the
PCMCIA card to automatically configure itself. While the
system is on, available system resources and insertion or
removal of the card will automatically be detected.
2. Run the INSTALL.EXE program found on your Installation
CD-ROM disc. The install program guides you through the
installation process and will install the network drivers needed
to run the card on your network operating system.
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If you have successfully completed the installation, jump to
step 5. If installation was unsuccessful, then go on to next step.
3. Use the Card Service client driver, CARDGO.EXE, found on
your Installation CD-ROM disc. You can install the client
driver by typing CARDGO at the DOS prompt or including it as
a line in your CONFIG.SYS or AUTOEXEC.BAT file. When
installing the client driver, it is important to note that the driver
should be loaded after Card and Socket Services are loaded.
4. Turn off your computer and insert the PCMCIA 10Mbps
Ethernet Card into the PCMCIA socket. The card is keyed to
go in one way only. Then attach the network cable to the card.
5. Now turn your computer on and connect to your network. If
you cannot connect to the network, refer to the Appendix B and
C.
6.2 The INSTALL Program
Before you can use your PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card,
you need to install and modify some files in your computer system.
You can make these changes manually, or you can let the
INSTALL.EXE program do them for you.
This section explains how you can use the INSTALL.EXE
program to install the enabler and the files needed by the network
operating system.
6.2.1 Using the INSTALL Program
To run the INSTALL.EXE program, type INSTALL and
press < Enter > at the DOS prompt. You should see an
opening screen which welcomes you to the program and asks
if you wish to continue.
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PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card Installation Program
DO YOU WANT TO PROCEED?
Welcome to 10Mbps Ethernet Card Installation Program. INSTALL will set
up your 10Mbps Ethernet Card.
If you have your network operating system installed, please insert your Card
in any available PCMCIA slot on your computer and press <Enter> to
continue.
Otherwise press <F3> to return to DOS.
<Enter> to continue
<F3> to return to DOS
Figure 6-2.1 Opening Screen
Press <Enter> to continue the installation.
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The program will then prompt you for the directory
where you want to install the driver files. You can choose the
default directory name or enter a new name. Then, press
< Enter > to continue with installation.
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ENTER PATH TO INSTALL
INSTALL will create a directory with all of the necessary files to use
10Mbps Ethernet Card. Please enter the drive and directory name, or
confirm default displayed.
C:\PCMCIA
<Enter> to continue
<F3> to return to DOS
Figure 6-2.2 Specify Directory Path
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The next screen asks if you want to do an Auto
Configuration or a Custom Configuration. Select Auto
Configuration if you want to do a quick installation and use
the default configuration settings. If you wish to individually
set any of the settings, then select Custom Configuration .
PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card Installation Program
SELECT AUTO OR CUSTOM CONFIGURATION
To configure your 10Mbps Ethernet Card, you can select either Auto
Configuration or Custom Configuration. Using the Auto Configuration Option,
the INSTALL program will automatically configure your 10Mbps Ethernet Card.
Select Custom Configuration if the default configuration does not work for you or
if you want to specify the Interrupt, I/O address.
Auto Configuration
Custom Configuration
<Enter> to continue
<F3> to return to DOS
Figure 6-2.3 Select Auto or Custom Installation
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6.2.1.1 Auto Configuration
If you selected Auto Configuration, the program will
auto detect which IRQ ,I/O Port and Memory address the
PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card can use. After autodetecting the configuration successfully, the program will
show the following screen :
PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card Installation Program
CONFIGURE PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card
INSTALL program has detected the following configuration options for your
10Mbps Ethernet Card.
<Enter> to continue
<F3> to return to DOS
Figure 6-2.4 Configuration Information
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After the configuration process, you will be prompted
to select the type of network that you are installing the drivers
into. Select a Network Operating System from the list by
moving the cursor to your selection and pressing < Enter >.
PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card Installation Program
SELECT DRIVERS YOU WANT TO INSTALL
Please select the network drivers that you want to install. Use the arrow key to
highlight the desired item. When a item is highlighted press <Enter> to select it. If
the network drivers that you want to install to is not in the following list, please
press <Esc> to continue.
Netware ODI Driver
Packet Driver
Windows for Workgroups
LAN Manager
Artisoft LANtastic
<Enter> to continue <Esc>to continue <F3> to return to DOS
Figure 6-2.5 Network OS Selection
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After selecting the Network Operating System, the INSTALL
program will copy and/or modify some files on your boot drive. Your
CONFIG.SYS file will also be modified to include the Client Driver.
You should see the following message if installation has been
successful.
PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card Installation Program
INSTALLATION SUCCESSFUL !
INSTALL has created/modified your AUTOEXEC.BAT and CONFIG.SYS file to
enable the 10Mbps Ethernet Card. The original file has been renamed to
AUTOEXEC.PCM and CONFIG.PCM. If you have any problems with the new
CONFIG.SYS file when you reboot your computer, you should restore the original
files.
Please remove the Driver Installation Disk and reboot your computer.
Press any key to return to DOS
Figure 6-2.6 Successful Installation Screen
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6.2.1.2 Custom Configuration
To do a custom installation, you need to select the
Custom Configuration Menu after you begin the INSTALL
program.
After selecting the Custom Installation Menu, you will
see a series of submenus prompting you to select an IRQ , I/O
port and Memory address.
Interrupt Select
The first submenu which will appear is the Interrupt
submenu. To select an interrupt, move the cursor to the
interrupt of your choice and select it by pressing < Enter >.
Interrupts available for your 10Mbps Ethernet card include 2,
3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 11, 12 and 15.
PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card Installation Program
SELECT INTERRUPT
Please select the hardware interrupt that you would like your 10Mbps Ethernet
Card to use. Use the arrow key to highlight the desired value. When a value is
highlighted press <Enter> to select it.
2
3
4
5
6
10
11
12
<Enter> to continue
<F3> to return to DOS
Figure 6-2.7 Select Interrupt
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IO Port Select
To select an I/O Port, move the cursor to your selected
I/O address and press < Enter > to select. Available I/O Ports
are 240H, 280H, 300H, 320H, 340H and 360H.
PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card Installation Program
SELECT I/O PORT
Please select the I/O Port that you would like your 10Mbps Ethernet Card to use.
Use the arrow key to highlight the desired value. When a value is highlighted press
<Enter> to select it.
240H
280H
300H
320H
340H
360H
<Enter> to continue
<F3> to return to DOS
Figure 6-2.8 Select I/O Port
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Memory Address Select
To select a memory address, move the cursor to your
selected memory address and press < Enter > to select.
Available I/O Ports are D000H, D400H, D800H and DC00H.
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SELECT Memory Address
Please select the Memory Address that you would like your 10Mbps Ethernet Card
to use.
Use the arrow key to highlight the desired value. When a value is highlighted press
<Enter> to select it.
D000H
D400H
D800H
DC00H
<Enter> to continue
<F3> to return to DOS
Figure 6-2.9 Select Memory Address
6.3 Manual Installation
In most cases, the INSTALL program can make all system changes
necessary for using your PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card. But in some
cases, you may wish to make the change manually. This section explains
the driver and file modifications needed to enable your PCMCIA 10Mbps
Ethernet Card.
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6.3.1 Enabler
The PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card can be enabled by a
Card Service client driver, CARDGO.EXE.
CARDGO.EXE
The Card Service client driver, CARDGO.EXE, communicates
with the PCMCIA controller of your computer. This program is
needed only for DOS and Windows 3.1 systems. The INSTALL
program will automatically add a line to your CONFIG.SYS file
using the following syntax and format:
DEVICE = [path_name] CARDGO.EXE [/INT=x] [/PORT=xxx] [/mem=xxxx] [/?]
where :
[/INT=x]
Specifies the hardware interrupt (IRQ) where
your card will be indicated. Default value is 5.
The valid IRQs are 3,4,5,6,9,10,11,12,15.
[/PORT=xxx]
Specifies the I/O port. Default value is auto
detect. The valid port addresses are 240H,
280H, 300H, 320H, 340 and 360H.
[/MEM=xxxx] Specifies the Memory address. Default value
is auto detect. The valid addresses are
D000H, D400H, D800H and DC00H.
[/?]
Displays all possible command syntax.
You can also run the CARDGO.EXE by typing “CARDGO” at
the DOS prompt or by including it as a line in your
AUTOEXEC.BAT file.
After you executed CARDGO.EXE, you will see the following
display indicating that installation was successful :
Socket
:0
(for example)
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IRQ Number
I/O PORT Base
Memory Address
Node ID
:
:
:
:
05
(for example)
0300H
D400H (for example)
00 A0 0C 01 00 3A
(for example)
The list of error messages the client driver may display and the
correction methods we suggest are given in Appendix B.
6.4 Client Driver Installation
6.4.1 Netware 3.X / 4.X Client
Installation procedure:
1. Execute INSTALL program, and choose Netware ODI
Driver.
2. Follow the prompts to compete the installation.
3. Reboot the computer.
4. Log in to the network.
6.4.2 Microsoft Windows for Workgroups 3.11
Installation procedure:
1. Execute install.exe, and choose Windows for Workgroups.
2. Run Windows by typing WIN from the DOS prompt.
3. Click the "Network" icon in the Main Program Group.
4. Click the "Network Setup" icon from the Network window.
5. Select "Drivers" item from the Network Setup dialog box.
6. Select "Add Adapters" item in the Option dialog box.
7. Select "Unlisted or Updated Network Adapter" when the
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Install driver field appears.
8. Type the path, F:\wfw311 (where F: is the CD-ROM drive),
and press <Enter>.
9. When the "PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card" dialog box
appear, select the options step by step.
10.
Follow screen instructions to complete the process.
11.
Restart your computer.
6.4.3 Microsoft Windows NT 3.51
Installation procedure:
1. Insert PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card into an open
PCMCIA slot.
2. Boot the computer.
3. Click Control panel in the main window, then click
Network icon.
4. Click Add Adapter. Then pull down the adapter’s list and
select <other> Requires disk from manufacturer, then
click continue.
5. Type F:\winnt (where F: is your CD-ROM drive), then click
OK.
6. Set the proper IRQ and IO Port settings for this card.
7. Set bus type to be PCMCIA and bus number to be 0.
8. Reboot the computer and installation is completed.
6.4.4 Microsoft LAN Manager
Installation procedure:
1. Run INSTALL program, and choose LAN Manager.
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2. Type "lmsetup" In LAN Manager Directory. Press Enter
3. Choose "Network Drivers" in "Configuration". Press Enter.
4. Choose <Add New Configs> ,press Enter.
5. Choose <Other Driver> , press Enter.
6. Insert the Driver Diskette, and specified drive F:\ (Where F:
is the CD-ROM drive), then push <OK> button.
7. Select the Network Adapter Driver, "PCMCIA 10Mbps
Ethernet Card", then push <OK> button.
8. Press the SPACEBAR to select the protocol that you want.
9. Push <OK> button. Configuration Complete appear.
10.
Push <Save> button, then press "F3" to exit.
6.4.5 Artisoft LANtastic Version 6.0
Installation procedure:
1. Run INSTALL program, and choose LANtastic.
2. Install the Artisoft LANtastic, and specify C:\LANTASTI as
the destination directory.
3. When “Select network adapter” screen popped up, choose
“NDIS Support for Network Adapters”.
4. When install program prompts you the “manufacturer’s
driver disk” on the “Enter NDIS driver directory” screen,
insert the driver diskette.
5. Complete the installation, then reboot the computer and start
LANtastic.
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6.4.6 Configuration Reference
The configuration reference of each NOS client driver can be
found in the readme.txt file of the associated subdirectory of the
driver diskette.
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Appendix A
Troubleshooting for Windows
Environments
These guidelines give you tips to deal with some problems on
using PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card. If the problems remain
unsolved, contact your dealer for assistance.
A.1 Windows 9X
1. Ejecting the card from the PCMCIA socket hangs or reboots the
computer.
Solution: To prevent this phenomenon from occurring, stop the
card by using the PC Card tool in the Control Panel or the PC
Card icon on the taskbar before you remove the card.
2. The card can not be detected when reinserted
It is caused by certain unstable PCMCIA status lines for a time
when the card is removed and reinserted. The Windows 9X
drivers may read an incorrect status during this period of signal
instability, and fail to detect the correct status of the card.
Solution: The card can be detected by clicking “Refresh” in
Device Manager.
A.2 Windows NT 4.0 and 3.51
1. Does the driver support “hot-swap” on NT 4.0 and 3.51?
Answer: Windows NT 4.0 and 3.51 are not plug-and-play
systems. If you want to remove the card, shut down the computer
and remove it.
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Appendix B
Error Messages of Enabler Programs
CARDGO.EXE
Here is the list of error messages the CARDGO.EXE may display and
correction method we suggested.
[Error 1]
"PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card enabler failed in
request IRQ."
The IRQ number you specified is not supported by the Card
Services or is in conflict with another device.
Correction : Change the IRQ number to a valid setting, as listed
above.
[Error 2]
"PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card enabler failed in
request I/O port."
The IO port you specified is not supported by the Card Services
or is in conflict with another device.
Correction : Change the IO port to a valid setting, as listed
above.
[Error 3]
"PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card enabler failed in
request memory window."
The memory address you specified is not supported by the Card
Services or is in conflict with another device.
Correction : Change the memory address to a valid setting, as
listed above.
[Error 4] "General error."
Register service failed with Card Services program.
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Correction : Reboot the system and try again.
[Error 5]
"Your Card Service is not compliant with Version 2.00
or higher!"
Correction : Re-install a new version of Card Service.
[Error 6]
"PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card is not active ! Enable
again."
Maybe the Ethernet controller malfunctioned.
Correction: Enable again. If it still can not work, contact your
dealer.
[Error 7]
"Your Card Services is outdated."
"Please install new version of Card Service."
Correction : Re-install a new version of the Socket and Card
Services program.
[Error 8] "Parameter too long."
Too many parameters issued with CARDGO.
Correction : Refer to the default syntax listed above and correct
it.
[Error 9] "Unknown parameters."
CARDGO.EXE Syntax error.
Correction : Refer to the default syntax listed above and correct
it.
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[Error 10] "Invalid value !"
An invalid parameter value was issued.
Correction : Refer to the valid settings listed above and correct
it.
[Error 11] "Card Service Driver is not loaded."
"Please load the Card & Socket Service Drivers first, or
use "CARGGO.EXE" to enable the card directly."
Correction : As the description of the error message indicates.
[Warning 1]
"PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card Client Driver is
already resident."
CARDGO.EXE has already been executed.
Correction : If you want to change the parameter setting, reboot
your system.
[Warning 2] "Please insert PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card."
The PCMCIA 10Mbps Ethernet Card is not detected.
Correction :
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Appendix C
Specifications
Standards Conformance:
Card Size:
Communication Mode:
Media Supported:
Operating Distance:
Network Interface:
Socket Interface:
IEEE802.3 10BASE-T
5.0mm Type II
Half-duplex
UTP-3,4,5 for 10Base-T
100m maximum hub to node distance
RJ-45 connector for 10Base-T
68-pin 32-bit PCMCIA socket connector
Temperature:
0C to 60 C (Standard Operating)
Certification:
FCC Class B
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