Intel EtherExpress PRO 100B-TX
PCI Ethernet Adapter
Installation Guide
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1 Installing the Intel EtherExpress PRO 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows 95 SR2.5
1 Installing the Intel EtherExpress PRO 100B-TX PCI
Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows 95
SR2.5
Connecting to a
Requirements
Windows NT 3.51 Server • HP Vectra with Windows 95 SR2.5.
• Intel EtherExpress PRO 100B-TX PCI Ethernet card and drivers disk.
• Microsoft Windows 95 SR2.5 media.
• Microsoft Windows NT Server 3.51 system that supports NetBEUI, TCP/
IP, NWLink IPX/SPX, and NWLink NetBIOS transfer protocols.
Device Configuration
Device Configuration
Interrupt
I/O Address
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Procedure
1 With the HP Vectra turned off, install the Intel EtherExpress PRO 100BTX PCI adapter card into an PCI slot.
2 Connect network cable media to the PRO 100B-TX PCI card.
3 Power on the machine and start Windows 95SR2.5 in MS-DOS mode.
4 Insert the Intel drivers disk, “EtherExpress Ethernet Drivers” and
execute “A:\SETUP.EXE”.
5 Select “VIEW ADAPTER SETTINGS” and verify the resource settings
listed above under the heading “Device Configuration”.
6 If changes are required, save those changes and exit.
7 Remove the Intel Software driver diskette and restart the system.
8 When Windows 95 restarts, a message will appear to indicate that a new
hardware has been found.
1 Installing the Intel EtherExpress PRO 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Connecting to a Windows NT 3.51 Server
9 When prompted, click on “Next” and then click on “Other Locations” to
provide the drivers for the Intel EtherExpress PRO 100B-TX PCI 10/100.
10 Insert the drivers diskette and set the path statement to “A:\” and click on
“OK”.
11 With the “Intel 82557C-Based Ethernet PCI (10/100)” listed, click on
“Finish”.
12 When asked to supply the driver “net82557.INF”, set the path to “A:\” and
click on “OK”.
13 Click “OK” to the “Network dialog box to provide computer / workgroup
names.
14 Specify your Computer Name, Workgroup, and Computer Description. (If
you do not have the required information, contact your network
administrator).
15 Click on “Close” button, and files will copy.
16 Click on the “Yes” button to finish the installation and restart your
computer.
2 Installing the Intel EtherExpress PRO 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows 95 SR2.5
2 Installing the Intel EtherExpress PRO 100B-TX PCI
Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows 95
SR2.5
Connecting to a
Requirements
Windows NT 4.0 Server • HP Vectra with Windows 95 SR2.5.
• Intel EtherExpress PRO 100B-TX PCI Ethernet card and drivers disk.
• Microsoft Windows 95 SR2.5 media.
• Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 system that supports NetBEUI, TCP/IP,
NWLink IPX/SPX, and NWLink NetBIOS transfer protocols.
Device Configuration
Device Configuration
Interrupt
I/O Address
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1020
Vectra VEi7
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Procedure
1 With the HP Vectra turned off, install the Intel EtherExpress PRO 100BTX PCI adapter card into an PCI slot.
2 Connect network cable media to the PRO 100B-TX PCI card.
3 Power on the machine and start Windows 95SR2.5 in MS-DOS mode.
4 Insert the Intel drivers disk, “EtherExpress Ethernet Drivers” and
execute “A:\SETUP.EXE”.
5 Select “VIEW ADAPTER SETTINGS” and verify the resource settings
listed above under the heading “Device Configuration”.
6 If changes are required, save those changes and exit.
7 Remove the Intel Software driver diskette and restart the system.
8 When Windows 95 restarts, a message will appear to indicate that a new
hardware has been found.
2 Installing the Intel EtherExpress PRO 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Connecting to a Windows NT 4.0 Server
9 When prompted, click on “Next” and then click on “Other Locations” to
provide the drivers for the Intel EtherExpress PRO 100B-TX PCI 10/100.
10 Insert the drivers diskette and set the path statement to “A:\” and click on
“OK”.
11 With the “Intel 82557C-Based Ethernet PCI (10/100)” listed, click on
“Finish”.
12 When asked to supply the driver “net82557.INF”, set the path to “A:\” and
click on “OK”.
13 Click “OK” to the “Network dialog box to provide computer / workgroup
names.
14 Specify your Computer Name, Workgroup, and Computer Description. (If
you do not have the required information, contact your network
administrator).
15 Click on “Close” button, and files will copy.
16 Click on the “Yes” button to finish the installation and restart your
computer.
3 Installing the Intel EtherExpress PRO 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows 95 SR2.5
3 Installing the Intel EtherExpress PRO 100B-TX PCI
Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows 95
SR2.5
Connecting to a Novell
NetWare 3.12 Server
Requirements
• HP Vectra with Windows 95 SR2.5.
• Intel EtherExpress PRO 100B-TX PCI Ethernet card and drivers disk.
• Microsoft Windows 95 SR2.5 media.
• Novell NetWare 3.12 system that supports NetBEUI, TCP/IP, NWLink
IPX/SPX, and NWLink NetBIOS transfer protocols.
Device Configuration
Device Configuration
Interrupt
I/O Address
Vectra Vli8
10
1020
Vectra VEi7
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DCE0
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E400
Procedure
1 With the HP Vectra turned off, install the Intel EtherExpress PRO 100BTX PCI adapter card into an PCI slot.
2 Connect network cable media to the PRO 100B-TX PCI card.
3 Power on the machine and start Windows 95SR2.5 in MS-DOS mode.
4 Insert the Intel drivers disk, “EtherExpress Ethernet Drivers” and
execute “A:\SETUP.EXE”.
5 Select “VIEW ADAPTER SETTINGS” and verify the resource settings
listed above under the heading “Device Configuration”.
6 If changes are required, save those changes and exit.
7 Remove the Intel Software driver diskette and restart the system.
8 When Windows 95 restarts, a message will appear to indicate that a new
hardware has been found.
3 Installing the Intel EtherExpress PRO 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Connecting to a Novell NetWare 3.12 Server
9 When prompted, click on “Next” and then click on “Other Locations” to
provide the drivers for the Intel EtherExpress PRO 100B-TX PCI 10/100.
10 Insert the drivers diskette and set the path statement to “A:\” and click on
“OK”.
11 With the “Intel 82557C-Based Ethernet PCI (10/100)” listed, click on
“Finish”.
12 When asked to supply the driver “net82557.INF”, set the path to “A:\” and
click on “OK”.
13 Click “OK” to the “Network dialog box to provide computer / workgroup
names.
14 Specify your Computer Name, Workgroup, and Computer Description. (If
you do not have the required information, contact your network
administrator).
15 Click on “Close” button, and files will copy.
16 Click on the “Yes” button to finish the installation and restart your
computer.
4 Installing the Intel EtherExpress PRO 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows 95 SR2.5
4 Installing the Intel EtherExpress PRO 100B-TX PCI
Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows 95
SR2.5
Connecting to a Novell
NetWare 4.11 Server
Requirements
• HP Vectra with Windows 95 SR2.5.
• Intel EtherExpress PRO 100B-TX PCI Ethernet card and drivers disk.
• Microsoft Windows 95 SR2.5 media.
• Novell NetWare 4.11 system that supports NetBEUI, TCP/IP, NWLink
IPX/SPX, and NWLink NetBIOS transfer protocols.
Device Configuration
Device Configuration
Interrupt
I/O Address
Vectra Vli8
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1020
Vectra VEi7
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DCE0
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E400
Procedure
1 With the HP Vectra turned off, install the Intel EtherExpress PRO 100BTX PCI adapter card into an PCI slot.
2 Connect network cable media to the PRO 100B-TX PCI card.
3 Power on the machine and start Windows 95SR2.5 in MS-DOS mode.
4 Insert the Intel drivers disk, “EtherExpress Ethernet Drivers” and
execute “A:\SETUP.EXE”.
5 Select “VIEW ADAPTER SETTINGS” and verify the resource settings
listed above under the heading “Device Configuration”.
6 If changes are required, save those changes and exit.
7 Remove the Intel Software driver diskette and restart the system.
8 When Windows 95 restarts, a message will appear to indicate that a new
hardware has been found.
4 Installing the Intel EtherExpress PRO 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Connecting to a Novell NetWare 4.11 Server
9 When prompted, click on “Next” and then click on “Other Locations” to
provide the drivers for the Intel EtherExpress PRO 100B-TX PCI 10/100.
10 Insert the drivers diskette and set the path statement to “A:\” and click on
“OK”.
11 With the “Intel 82557C-Based Ethernet PCI (10/100)” listed, click on
“Finish”.
12 When asked to supply the driver “net82557.INF”, set the path to “A:\” and
click on “OK”.
13 Click “OK” to the “Network dialog box to provide computer / workgroup
names.
14 Specify your Computer Name, Workgroup, and Computer Description. (If
you do not have the required information, contact your network
administrator).
15 Click on “Close” button, and files will copy.
16 Click on the “Yes” button to finish the installation and restart your
computer.
5 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Workstation
5 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI
Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows NT
4.0 Workstation
Connecting to a
Requirements
Windows NT 3.51 Server • HP Vectra with Windows NT 4.0 Workstation.
• Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet card and drivers disk.
• Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Workstation media.
• Microsoft Windows NT 3.51 Server system that supports NetBEUI, TCP/
IP, NWLink IPX/SPX, and NWLink NetBIOS transfer protocols.
Device Configuration
Device Configuration
Interrupt
I/O Address
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1020
Vectra VEi7
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Vectra VEi8
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Procedure
1 With the HP Vectra turned off, install the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100BTX PCI Ethernet adapter into a PCI slot.
2 Connect network cable media to the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI
Ethernet card.
3 Power on the machine and start the machine in MS-DOS mode.
4 Insert the Intel driver disk and execute “SETUP.EXE”.
5 Select “View Adapter Settings” and verify the resource settings listed
above under the heading “Device Configuration”.
6 If changes are required, save those changes and exit.
7 Remove the Intel Software driver diskette and restart the system.
8 Log into Windows NT with administrator privileges.
5 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Connecting to a Windows NT 3.51 Server
9 Open the “Network Properties” window and agree to install “Windows NT
Networking”.
10 With “Wired to the Network” checked, click on “Next”.
11 Click on the option to “Select from list” then on “Have Disk”.
12 Insert the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet driver disk into
the floppy drive.
13 Highlight the adapter labeled “Intel 82557-Based Ethernet PCI Adapter
(10/100)” and click on “OK”.
14 With “Intel 82557-Based Ethernet PCI Adapter (10/100)” listed in the
“Network Adapters:” windows, click on “Next”.
15 Accept the applicable network protocols and click on “Next”.
16 At the “Network Services:” prompt, accept default settings and click on
“Next”.
17 Finish the network card installation by clicking on “Next”.
18 Designate the path to your NT files and select “Continue”.
19 At the “PCI Configuration Notification” window, click on “OK”.
20 Click on “OK” for “Intel PROSet” dialog box.
21 Click on “Yes” to use DHCP or choose “NO” if you know your IP Address.
22 At the “Show Bindings for:” prompt, accept default settings and click on
“Next”.
23 When “Windows NT is now ready to start the network…” click on “Next”.
24 Specify your Computer Name, Workgroup or Domain and click on “Next”.
25 After “Network has been installed on this computer” click on “Finish”.
6 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Workstation
6 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI
Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows NT
4.0 Workstation
Connecting to a
Requirements
Windows NT 4.0 Server • HP Vectra with Windows NT 4.0 Workstation.
• Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet card and drivers disk.
• Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Workstation media.
• Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Server system that supports NetBEUI, TCP/IP,
NWLink IPX/SPX, and NWLink NetBIOS transfer protocols.
Device Configuration
Device Configuration
Interrupt
I/O Address
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1020
Vectra VEi7
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Procedure
1 With the HP Vectra turned off, install the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100BTX PCI Ethernet adapter into a PCI slot.
2 Connect network cable media to the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI
Ethernet card.
3 Power on the machine and start the machine in MS-DOS mode.
4 Insert the Intel driver disk and execute “SETUP.EXE”.
5 Select “View Adapter Settings” and verify the resource settings listed
above under the heading “Device Configuration”.
6 If changes are required, save those changes and exit.
7 Remove the Intel Software driver diskette and restart the system.
8 Log into Windows NT with administrator privileges.
6 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Connecting to a Windows NT 4.0 Server
9 Open the “Network Properties” window and agree to install “Windows NT
Networking”.
10 With “Wired to the Network” checked, click on “Next”.
11 Click on the option to “Select from list” then on “Have Disk”.
12 Insert the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet driver disk into
the floppy drive.
13 Highlight the adapter labeled “Intel 82557-Based Ethernet PCI Adapter
(10/100)” and click on “OK”.
14 With “Intel 82557-Based Ethernet PCI Adapter (10/100)” listed in the
“Network Adapters:” windows, click on “Next”.
15 Accept the applicable network protocols and click on “Next”.
16 At the “Network Services:” prompt, accept default settings and click on
“Next”.
17 Finish the network card installation by clicking on “Next”.
18 Designate the path to your NT files and select “Continue”.
19 At the “PCI Configuration Notification” window, click on “OK”.
20 Click on “OK” for “Intel PROSet” dialog box.
21 Click on “Yes” to use DHCP or choose “NO” if you know your IP Address.
22 At the “Show Bindings for:” prompt, accept default settings and click on
“Next”.
23 When “Windows NT is now ready to start the network…” click on “Next”.
24 Specify your Computer Name, Workgroup or Domain and click on “Next”.
25 After “Network has been installed on this computer” click on “Finish”.
7 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Workstation
7 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI
Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows NT
4.0 Workstation
Connecting to a Novell
NetWare 3.12 Server
Requirements
• HP Vectra with Windows NT 4.0 Workstation.
• Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet card and drivers disk.
• Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Workstation media.
• Novell NetWare 3.12 Server system that supports NetBEUI, TCP/IP,
NWLink IPX/SPX, and NWLink NetBIOS transfer protocols.
Device Configuration
Device Configuration
Interrupt
I/O Address
Vectra Vli8
05
1020
Vectra VEi7
03
DCE0
Vectra VEi8
10
E400
Procedure
1 With the HP Vectra turned off, install the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100BTX PCI Ethernet adapter into a PCI slot.
2 Connect network cable media to the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI
Ethernet card.
3 Power on the machine and start the machine in MS-DOS mode.
4 Insert the Intel driver disk and execute “SETUP.EXE”.
5 Select “View Adapter Settings” and verify the resource settings listed
above under the heading “Device Configuration”.
6 If changes are required, save those changes and exit.
7 Remove the Intel Software driver diskette and restart the system.
8 Log into Windows NT with administrator privileges.
7 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Connecting to a Novell NetWare 3.12 Server
9 Open the “Network Properties” window and agree to install “Windows NT
Networking”.
10 With “Wired to the Network” checked, click on “Next”.
11 Click on the option to “Select from list” then on “Have Disk”.
12 Insert the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet driver disk into
the floppy drive.
13 Highlight the adapter labeled “Intel 82557-Based Ethernet PCI Adapter
(10/100)” and click on “OK”.
14 With “Intel 82557-Based Ethernet PCI Adapter (10/100)” listed in the
“Network Adapters:” windows, click on “Next”.
15 Accept the applicable network protocols and click on “Next”.
16 At the “Network Services:” prompt, accept default settings and click on
“Next”.
17 Finish the network card installation by clicking on “Next”.
18 Designate the path to your NT files and select “Continue”.
19 At the “PCI Configuration Notification” window, click on “OK”.
20 Click on “OK” for “Intel PROSet” dialog box.
21 Click on “Yes” to use DHCP or choose “NO” if you know your IP Address.
22 At the “Show Bindings for:” prompt, accept default settings and click on
“Next”.
23 When “Windows NT is now ready to start the network…” click on “Next”.
24 Specify your Computer Name, Workgroup or Domain and click on “Next”.
25 After “Network has been installed on this computer” click on “Finish”.
8 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Workstation
8 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI
Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows NT
4.0 Workstation
Connecting to a Novell
NetWare 4.11 Server
Requirements
• HP Vectra with Windows NT 4.0 Workstation.
• Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet card and drivers disk.
• Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Workstation media.
• Novell NetWare 4.11 Server system that supports NetBEUI, TCP/IP,
NWLink IPX/SPX, and NWLink NetBIOS transfer protocols.
Device Configuration
Device Configuration
Interrupt
I/O Address
Vectra Vli8
11
1020
Vectra VEi7
03
DCE0
Vectra VEi8
10
E400
Procedure
1 With the HP Vectra turned off, install the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100BTX PCI Ethernet adapter into a PCI slot.
2 Connect network cable media to the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI
Ethernet card.
3 Power on the machine and start the machine in MS-DOS mode.
4 Insert the Intel driver disk and execute “SETUP.EXE”.
5 Select “View Adapter Settings” and verify the resource settings listed
above under the heading “Device Configuration”.
6 If changes are required, save those changes and exit.
7 Remove the Intel Software driver diskette and restart the system.
8 Log into Windows NT with administrator privileges.
8 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Connecting to a Novell NetWare 4.11 Server
9 Open the “Network Properties” window and agree to install “Windows NT
Networking”.
10 With “Wired to the Network” checked, click on “Next”.
11 Click on the option to “Select from list” then on “Have Disk”.
12 Insert the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet driver disk into
the floppy drive.
13 Highlight the adapter labeled “Intel 82557-Based Ethernet PCI Adapter
(10/100)” and click on “OK”.
14 With “Intel 82557-Based Ethernet PCI Adapter (10/100)” listed in the
“Network Adapters:” windows, click on “Next”.
15 Accept the applicable network protocols and click on “Next”.
16 At the “Network Services:” prompt, accept default settings and click on
“Next”.
17 Finish the network card installation by clicking on “Next”.
18 Designate the path to your NT files and select “Continue”.
19 At the “PCI Configuration Notification” window, click on “OK”.
20 Click on “OK” for “Intel PROSet” dialog box.
21 Click on “Yes” to use DHCP or choose “NO” if you know your IP Address.
22 At the “Show Bindings for:” prompt, accept default settings and click on
“Next”.
23 When “Windows NT is now ready to start the network…” click on “Next”.
24 Specify your Computer Name, Workgroup or Domain and click on “Next”.
25 After “Network has been installed on this computer” click on “Finish”.
9 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows NT 3.51 Workstation
9 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI
Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows NT
3.51 Workstation
Connecting to a
Requirements
Windows NT 3.51 Server • HP Vectra with Windows NT 3.51 Workstation.
• Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet card and drivers disk.
• Microsoft Windows NT3.51 Workstation media.
• Microsoft Windows NT 3.51 Server system that supports NetBEUI, TCP/
IP, NWLink IPX/SPX, and NWLink NetBIOS transfer protocols.
Device Configuration
Device Configuration
Interrupt
I/O Address
Vectra Vli8
09
1020
Vectra VEi7
03
DCE0
Vectra VEi8
10
E400
Procedure
1 With the HP Vectra turned off, install the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100BTX PCI Ethernet adapter into a PCI slot.
2 Connect network cable media to the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI
Ethernet card.
3 Power on the machine and start the machine in MS-DOS mode.
4 Insert the Intel driver disk and execute “SETUP.EXE”.
5 Select “View Adapter Settings” and verify the resource settings listed
above under the heading “Device Configuration”.
6 If changes are required, save those changes and exit.
7 Remove the Intel Software driver diskette and restart the system.
8 After Windows loads, go to the “MAIN” program group, and double-click
on “Control Panel”.
9 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Connecting to a Windows NT 3.51 Server
9 Select the “Network” icon, and click “YES” to install NT networking.
10 Insert the Windows NT Workstation CD.
11 In the “Windows NT Setup”, set the path to your NT files, and click on the
“Continue” button.
12 Click on the “Do Not Detect” button from the “Network Adapter Card
Detection” dialog box, and click on “Continue” in the second “Network
Adapter Card Detection” dialog box.
13 From the “Drop Down List”, scroll down and select “<Other> Requires
disk from manufacturer”, then click on “Continue”.
14 Set the path to “A:\” in the “Insert Disk” dialog box, and insert the Intel
EtherExpress drivers disk.
15 Click on “OK” at the “Install Driver” dialog box.
16 Select “Intel EtherExpress PRO/100B PCI Adapter (TX or T4)” in the
“Select OEM Option” dialog box, and click “OK”.
17 Click “OK” at the “PCI Configuration Notification” screen.
18 Click on the “OK” button in the “Intel PROSet” dialog box.
19 Choose the default Protocol TCP/IP, and any additional network protocols
by clicking the check boxes in the “Windows NT Setup” dialog box, and
click “OK”.
20 Check the box to add other TCP/IP components, and hit Enter.
21 Click “OK” to review the network settings in the “Network Settings” dialog
box.
22 Enter your IP information or check the box “Enable Automatic DHCP
Configuration”, and click on the “OK” button.
23 At the “Domain/Workgroup Settings” dialog box, click on “OK” to accept
the default “Workgroup” as your workgroup name.
24 To complete the installation, remove the floppy disk, and click on “Restart
Computer” button in the “Windows NT Workstation Networking Setup”
dialog box.
25 With “Wired to the Network” checked, click on “Next”.
26 Click on the option to “Select from list” then on “Have Disk”.
9 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Connecting to a Windows NT 3.51 Server
27 Insert the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet driver disk into
the floppy drive.
28 Highlight the adapter labeled “Intel 82557-Based Ethernet PCI Adapter
(10/100)” and click on “OK”.
29 With “Intel 82557-Based Ethernet PCI Adapter (10/100)” listed in the
“Network Adapters:” windows, click on “Next”.
30 Accept the applicable network protocols and click on “Next”.
31 At the “Network Services:” prompt, accept default settings and click on
“Next”.
32 Finish the network card installation by clicking on “Next”.
33 Designate the path to your NT files and select “Continue”.
34 At the “PCI Configuration Notification” window, click on “OK”.
35 Click on “OK” for “Intel PROSet” dialog box.
36 Click on “Yes” to use DHCP or choose “NO” if you know your IP Address.
37 At the “Show Bindings for:” prompt, accept default settings and click on
“Next”.
38 When “Windows NT is now ready to start the network…” click on “Next”.
39 Specify your Computer Name, Workgroup or Domain and click on “Next”.
40 After “Network has been installed on this computer” click on “Finish”.
10 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows NT 3.51 Workstation
10 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI
Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows NT
3.51 Workstation
Connecting to a
Requirements
Windows NT 4.0 Server • HP Vectra with Windows NT 3.51 Workstation.
• Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet card and drivers disk.
• Microsoft Windows NT3.51 Workstation media.
• Microsoft Windows NT4.0 Server system that supports NetBEUI, TCP/IP,
NWLink IPX/SPX, and NWLink NetBIOS transfer protocols.
Device Configuration
Device Configuration
Interrupt
I/O Address
Vectra Vli8
09
1020
Vectra VEi7
03
DCE0
Vectra VEi8
10
E400
Procedure
1 With the HP Vectra turned off, install the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100BTX PCI Ethernet adapter into a PCI slot.
2 Connect network cable media to the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI
Ethernet card.
3 Power on the machine and start the machine in MS-DOS mode.
4 Insert the Intel driver disk and execute “SETUP.EXE”.
5 Select “View Adapter Settings” and verify the resource settings listed
above under the heading “Device Configuration”.
6 If changes are required, save those changes and exit.
7 Remove the Intel Software driver diskette and restart the system.
8 After Windows loads, go to the “MAIN” program group, and double-click
on “Control Panel”.
10 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Connecting to a Windows NT 4.0 Server
9 Select the “Network” icon, and click “YES” to install NT networking.
10 Insert the Windows NT Workstation CD.
11 In the “Windows NT Setup”, set the path to your NT files, and click on the
“Continue” button.
12 Click on the “Do Not Detect” button from the “Network Adapter Card
Detection” dialog box, and click on “Continue” in the second “Network
Adapter Card Detection” dialog box.
13 From the “Drop Down List”, scroll down and select “<Other> Requires
disk from manufacturer”, then click on “Continue”.
14 Set the path to “A:\” in the “Insert Disk” dialog box, and insert the Intel
EtherExpress drivers disk.
15 Click on “OK” at the “Install Driver” dialog box.
16 Select “Intel EtherExpress PRO/100B PCI Adapter (TX or T4)” in the
“Select OEM Option” dialog box, and click “OK”.
17 Click “OK” at the “PCI Configuration Notification” screen.
18 Click on the “OK” button in the “Intel PROSet” dialog box.
19 Choose the default Protocol TCP/IP, and any additional network protocols
by clicking the check boxes in the “Windows NT Setup” dialog box, and
click “OK”.
20 Check the box to add other TCP/IP components, and hit Enter.
21 Click “OK” to review the network settings in the “Network Settings” dialog
box.
22 Enter your IP information or check the box “Enable Automatic DHCP
Configuration”, and click on the “OK” button.
23 At the “Domain/Workgroup Settings” dialog box, click on “OK” to accept
the default “Workgroup” as your workgroup name.
24 To complete the installation, remove the floppy disk, and click on “Restart
Computer” button in the “Windows NT Workstation Networking Setup”
dialog box.
25 With “Wired to the Network” checked, click on “Next”.
26 Click on the option to “Select from list” then on “Have Disk”.
10 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Connecting to a Windows NT 4.0 Server
27 Insert the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet driver disk into
the floppy drive.
28 Highlight the adapter labeled “Intel 82557-Based Ethernet PCI Adapter
(10/100)” and click on “OK”.
29 With “Intel 82557-Based Ethernet PCI Adapter (10/100)” listed in the
“Network Adapters:” windows, click on “Next”.
30 Accept the applicable network protocols and click on “Next”.
31 At the “Network Services:” prompt, accept default settings and click on
“Next”.
32 Finish the network card installation by clicking on “Next”.
33 Designate the path to your NT files and select “Continue”.
34 At the “PCI Configuration Notification” window, click on “OK”.
35 Click on “OK” for “Intel PROSet” dialog box.
36 Click on “Yes” to use DHCP or choose “NO” if you know your IP Address.
37 At the “Show Bindings for:” prompt, accept default settings and click on
“Next”.
38 When “Windows NT is now ready to start the network…” click on “Next”.
39 Specify your Computer Name, Workgroup or Domain and click on “Next”.
40 After “Network has been installed on this computer” click on “Finish”.
11 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows NT 3.51 Workstation
11 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI
Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows NT
3.51 Workstation
Connecting to a Novell
NetWare 4.11 Server
Requirements
• HP Vectra with Windows NT 3.51 Workstation.
• Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet card and drivers disk.
• Microsoft Windows NT3.51 Workstation media.
• Novell NetWare 4.11 Server system that supports NetBEUI, TCP/IP,
NWLink IPX/SPX, and NWLink NetBIOS transfer protocols.
Device Configuration
Device Configuration
Interrupt
I/O Address
Vectra Vli8
09
1020
Vectra VEi7
03
DCE0
Vectra VEi8
10
E400
Procedure
1 With the HP Vectra turned off, install the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100BTX PCI Ethernet adapter into a PCI slot.
2 Connect network cable media to the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI
Ethernet card.
3 Power on the machine and start the machine in MS-DOS mode.
4 Insert the Intel driver disk and execute “SETUP.EXE”.
5 Select “View Adapter Settings” and verify the resource settings listed
above under the heading “Device Configuration”.
6 If changes are required, save those changes and exit.
7 Remove the Intel Software driver diskette and restart the system.
8 After Windows loads, go to the “MAIN” program group, and double-click
on “Control Panel”.
9 Select the “Network” icon, and click “YES” to install NT networking.
11 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Connecting to a Novell NetWare 4.11 Server
10 Insert the Windows NT Workstation CD.
11 In the “Windows NT Setup”, set the path to your NT files, and click on the
“Continue” button.
12 Click on the “Do Not Detect” button from the “Network Adapter Card
Detection” dialog box, and click on “Continue” in the second “Network
Adapter Card Detection” dialog box.
13 From the “Drop Down List”, scroll down and select “<Other> Requires
disk from manufacturer”, then click on “Continue”.
14 Set the path to “A:\” in the “Insert Disk” dialog box, and insert the Intel
EtherExpress drivers disk.
15 Click on “OK” at the “Install Driver” dialog box.
16 Select “Intel EtherExpress PRO/100B PCI Adapter (TX or T4)” in the
“Select OEM Option” dialog box, and click “OK”.
17 Click “OK” at the “PCI Configuration Notification” screen.
18 Click on the “OK” button in the “Intel PROSet” dialog box.
19 Choose the default Protocol TCP/IP, and any additional network protocols
by clicking the check boxes in the “Windows NT Setup” dialog box, and
click “OK”.
20 Check the box to add other TCP/IP components, and hit Enter.
21 Click “OK” to review the network settings in the “Network Settings” dialog
box.
22 Enter your IP information or check the box “Enable Automatic DHCP
Configuration”, and click on the “OK” button.
23 At the “Domain/Workgroup Settings” dialog box, click on “OK” to accept
the default “Workgroup” as your workgroup name.
24 To complete the installation, remove the floppy disk, and click on “Restart
Computer” button in the “Windows NT Workstation Networking Setup”
dialog box.
25 With “Wired to the Network” checked, click on “Next”.
26 Click on the option to “Select from list” then on “Have Disk”.
27 Insert the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet driver disk into
the floppy drive.
28 Highlight the adapter labeled “Intel 82557-Based Ethernet PCI Adapter
(10/100)” and click on “OK”.
29 With “Intel 82557-Based Ethernet PCI Adapter (10/100)” listed in the
“Network Adapters:” windows, click on “Next”.
30 Accept the applicable network protocols and click on “Next”.
11 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Connecting to a Novell NetWare 4.11 Server
31 At the “Network Services:” prompt, accept default settings and click on
“Next”.
32 Finish the network card installation by clicking on “Next”.
33 Designate the path to your NT files and select “Continue”.
34 At the “PCI Configuration Notification” window, click on “OK”.
35 Click on “OK” for “Intel PROSet” dialog box.
36 Click on “Yes” to use DHCP or choose “NO” if you know your IP Address.
37 At the “Show Bindings for:” prompt, accept default settings and click on
“Next”.
38 When “Windows NT is now ready to start the network…” click on “Next”.
39 Specify your Computer Name, Workgroup or Domain and click on “Next”.
40 After “Network has been installed on this computer” click on “Finish”.
12 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows for Workgroups Ver. 3.11
12 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI
Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows for
Workgroups Ver. 3.11
Connecting to a
Requirements
Windows NT 4.0 Server • HP Vectra with Windows NT 4.0 Workstation.
• Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet card and drivers disk.
• Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Workstation media.
• Microsoft Windows NT4.0 Server system that supports NetBEUI, TCP/IP,
NWLink IPX/SPX, and NWLink NetBIOS transfer protocols.
Device Configuration
Device Configuration
Interrupt
I/O Address
Vectra Vli8
10
N/A
Vectra VEi7
03
DCE0
Vectra VEi8
10
N/A
Procedure
1 With the HP Vectra turned off, install the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100BTX PCI Ethernet adapter into a PCI slot.
2 Connect network cable media to the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI
Ethernet card.
3 Power on the machine and start the machine in MS-DOS mode.
4 Insert the Intel driver disk and execute “SETUP.EXE”.
5 Select “View Adapter Settings” and verify the resource settings listed
above under the heading “Device Configuration”.
6 If changes are required, save those changes and exit.
7 Remove the Intel Software driver diskette and restart the system.
8 After Windows loads, open the “NETWORK” program group, and doubleclick the “Network Setup”.
9 Select the “Networks” button in the “Network Setup” dialog box.
12 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Connecting to a Windows NT 4.0 Server
10 Click on the “Install Microsoft Windows Network:” option, and click “OK”.
11 Click the “Drivers” button from the “Network Setup” dialog box, and click
on “Add Adapter”.
12 Click “OK” to accept the default choice of “Unlisted or Updated Network
Adapter”.
13 Type the path “A:\WFW” in the “Install Driver” dialog box, and then insert
the Intel EtherExpress driver disk into the floppy drive, and click “OK”.
14 Select “Intel 82557-Based Ethernet PCI Adapter (10/100)” in the
“Unlisted or Updated Network Adapter” dialog box, and click “OK”.
15 Make sure that the “Intel 82557-Based Ethernet PCI Adapter (10/100)” is
selected in “Network Drivers”.
16 Accept the list of Protocols listed below and click on the “CLOSE” button.
17 At the “Network Setup” dialog box, click on “OK”.
18 Specify your User Name, Workgroup, and Computer Name in “Microsoft
Windows Network Names” dialog box, and click on “OK”.
19 Finish the network card installation by clicking on “OK” in the “Network
Setup” message.
20 To complete the installation, click on “Restart Computer” button in the
“Windows Setup” dialog box.
13 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows for Workgroups Ver. 3.11
13 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI
Ethernet Adapter
Microsoft Windows for
Workgroups Ver. 3.11
Connecting to a Novell
NetWare 4.11 Server
Requirements
• HP Vectra with Windows NT 4.0 Workstation.
• Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet card and drivers disk.
• Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Workstation media.
• Novell NetWare 4.11 Server system that supports NetBEUI, TCP/IP,
NWLink IPX/SPX, and NWLink NetBIOS transfer protocols.
Device Configuration
Device Configuration
Interrupt
I/O Address
Vectra Vli8
09
1020
Vectra VEi7
03
DCE0
Vectra VEi8
10
N/A
Procedure
1 With the HP Vectra turned off, install the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100BTX PCI Ethernet adapter into a PCI slot.
2 Connect network cable media to the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI
Ethernet card.
3 Power on the machine and start the machine in MS-DOS mode.
4 Insert the Intel driver disk and execute “SETUP.EXE”.
5 Select “View Adapter Settings” and verify the resource settings listed
above under the heading “Device Configuration”.
6 If changes are required, save those changes and exit.
7 Remove the Intel Software driver diskette and restart the system.
8 After Windows loads, open the “NETWORK” program group, and doubleclick the “Network Setup”.
13 Installing the Intel EtherExpress Pro 100B-TX PCI Ethernet Adapter
Connecting to a Novell NetWare 4.11 Server
9 Select the “Networks” button in the “Network Setup” dialog box.
10 Click on the “Install Microsoft Windows Network:” option, and click “OK”.
11 Click the “Drivers” button from the “Network Setup” dialog box, and click
on “Add Adapter”.
12 Click “OK” to accept the default choice of “Unlisted or Updated Network
Adapter”.
13 Type the path “A:\WFW” in the “Install Driver” dialog box, and then insert
the Intel EtherExpress driver disk into the floppy drive, and click “OK”.
14 Select “Intel 82557-Based Ethernet PCI Adapter (10/100)” in the
“Unlisted or Updated Network Adapter” dialog box, and click “OK”.
15 Make sure that the “Intel 82557-Based Ethernet PCI Adapter (10/100)” is
selected in “Network Drivers”.
16 Accept the list of Protocols listed below and click on the “CLOSE” button.
17 At the “Network Setup” dialog box, click on “OK”.
18 Specify your User Name, Workgroup, and Computer Name in “Microsoft
Windows Network Names” dialog box, and click on “OK”.
19 Finish the network card installation by clicking on “OK” in the “Network
Setup” message.
20 To complete the installation, click on “Restart Computer” button in the
“Windows Setup” dialog box.
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