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SoundExpression 1EZ Express Installation
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Package Contents .................................................................................. 4
How to Get Technical Assistance ..................................................... 6
Review Board Connectors ................................................................... 7
For Non-Windows 95 Users ................................................................ 7
Adding a New CD-ROM Drive ......................................................... 8
Installing the SoundExpression ........................................................ 9
Driver Installation for Windows 95 ............................................... 11
Driver Installation for Windows 3.x .............................................. 12
About the Boca Smart CD ................................................................. 13
Installing the Boca Smart CD .......................................................... 14
Insert the CD in your CD-ROM Drive ................................................................. 14
Insert the Driver Diskette ........................................................................................ 14
If Installing Additional Boca Products ................................................................ 15
Installing Additional Software ....................................................... 16
Accessing Manuals on the Boca Smart CD .................................. 16
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Package Contents
NOTE: A CD-ROM drive is REQUIRED to install the
complimentary software and product manual included on the
Boca Smart CD. If you do not have a CD-ROM drive, please
call our Customer Service at (407)241-8088, available Monday
through Friday (8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., EST).
1 CD containing:
• Boca Product overview
• Boca Product documentation,
including Adobe Acrobat Reader
• Product Setup
• Help
• Application Software including:
TalkShoptm
by RADISH
The VoiceView Company
The SoundExpression board
EZ Installation Guide
and CD Installer
Guide; driver and
utilities
(1 diskette)
Telephone splitter cable (included
for modem functions)
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(SE34SVD model
only)
• Internet
Passport
• Introductory Offers for various on-line
services such as:
CompuServe®
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Other notes, addenda, and product updates may appear in your package containing latebreaking product news which became available after the printing of this guide.
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DOCUMENTATION:
On the Boca Smart CD
Boca Research Hardware Installation...
....Use the above manual on CD to install your product if you require more detailed information
than provided here in the EZ Express Installation. This user guide also provides additional
information on the SoundExpression such as product features, troubleshooting, service and
warranty policies, specifications, and a modem command reference. Also provided is a set of
frequently asked questions and answers for Boca products.
Midisoft MediaWorks...
...Use this documentation to get started with the MediaWorks software. This documentation
explains how to communicate with on-line services, as well as send, receive, and edit faxes.
Make sure the modem is physically installed before installing the Midisoft software.
Radish VoiceView TalkShop...
...Use this documentation to get started with VoiceView TalkShop. This software application
allows a VoiceView-certified modem to alternate between voice and data communications on a
single phone line (requires 2MB of hard disk space).
Intel ProShare...
...Use this documentation to install Intel ProShare. Intel ProShare is a unique PC conferencing
tool which allows you to share data applications over a modem connection (requires 10MB of
hard disk space). (ProShare is included with the SE34SVD product only).
In addition to the EZ Express manual, CDs, and diskette, introductory offers for various on-line
services are included. NOTE: Your SoundExpression needs to be installed and functional
before you can take advantage of these offers. Other notes, addenda, and product updates may
appear in your package containing late-breaking product news which became available after the
printing of this booklet.
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How to get Technical Assistance
If your Dealer Can’t Assist you
Provides 24-hour a day access to updated
drivers and technical notes. Settings are
N,8,1 and all speed modems up to 28.8Kbps
are supported.
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The dealer that you purchased this product or your computer
from is the first place you should go for technical assistance.
The dealer is usually the most qualified source of help, and is
most familiar with your system and how this product should
be installed. Many dealers have customer service and
technical support programs, with varying levels of support
offered, depending on your needs and computer knowledge.
Please contact the dealer first whenever a problem occurs.
Boca BBS
407-241-1601
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We use many world-class quality assurance programs to ensure
the product you purchased is of the highest caliber. Sometimes,
however, a component may be missing from the box, or is
damaged or corrupt in some way. If this happens, immediately
return the entire package to your place of purchase so you may
exchange it for a new one. Your dealer should be able to provide
you with an exchange far more quickly than by contacting us
directly. If for some reason you are unable to return the product
directly to its place of purchase, refer to the “Servicing Your
Product” and “Warranty” sections in the installation manual on
the Boca Smart CD for instructions.
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Damaged or Missing Items
Technical Support Fax
407-997-2163
Fax in detailed questions and ask for
solutions to specific installation
problems.
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If for some reason you are unable to return the product
directly to its place of purchase, refer to the “Servicing Your
Product” and “Warranty” sections in the installation manual
for instructions, or contact us as described here.
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Automated Fax
Retrieval 407-995-9456
Provides you with free access to
technical documents, installation and
configuration tips, and answers to most
commonly asked questions .
Standard Free
Technical Support
407-241-8088
For quick answers to technical questions
or issues, available M-F 8am-6:30pm
(EST).
Priority Service
900-555-4900
($2 per minute)
For customers who need immediate access
to senior-level technicians.
On-Line Support!
CompuServe:
GO BOCA
Internet: email:
[email protected]
on the World Wide Web:
http://www.boca.org
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Review Board Connectors
IDE CD-ROM
INTERFACE
CONNECTOR
(white block
and “#1” show
pin 1)
TELEPHONE JACK
(connect long end of
phone splitter cable)
CD-ROM AUDIO
INPUT CONNECTORS
WAVE TABLE
CONNECTOR
MIC (microphone)
L-IN (LINE-IN) - input
device such as a CDplayer
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L-OUT (LINE OUT) output to amplified
speakers or tape recorder
SPK (speaker) - output to
unamplified speaker
JOYSTICK/MIDI
CONNECTOR
For Non-Windows 95 Users
(otherwise continue with next page)
If You Have an Existing Sound Card...
1. Turn on your computer and start Windows 3.1 or Windows for Workgroups 3.11, go to the
Main group, select Control Panel and select Drivers. Here you will see a list of device drivers
present in your computer.
2. Remove the sound card drivers from the drivers list. Highlight the sound drivers and click on
“remove.” If you are not sure which drivers are for your sound card, refer to the
documentation that came with your sound card or your computer system.
3. Exit Windows, turn off your computer, and remove the installed sound card from the system.
If You Have an Existing Modem...
If your computer came with an internal modem, you must physically remove it or disable it
through your computer ’s BIOS setup. Consult your computer manual for specific instructions.
DOS Users...
You may need to remove certain drivers from your CONFIG.SYS file. Now, you are ready to
install the SoundExpression.
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Adding a New CD-ROM
To install your CD-ROM drive:
If your system motherboard has a built-in IDE connector:
1. Attach the CD-ROM drive to the second IDE connector on your system motherboard.
Be sure to enable the second IDE port.
2. Install the driver that was supplied with your CD-ROM drive (refer to the
documentation which came with your CD-ROM drive). Make sure the CD-ROM
drive is functioning before continuing.
3. During the SoundExpression Windows 3.x driver installation, select None when you
are asked if you have a CD-ROM drive. For Windows 95, select Do Not Install a
Driver (Windows will not prompt you again) when Windows 95 detects a standard
IDE/ESDI controller.
If your system motherboard does NOT have a built-in IDE connector:
1. Attach your IDE CD-ROM to the IDE CD-ROM connector on the SoundExpression as
shown on the following page.
2. During the SoundExpression Windows 3.x driver installation, choose your CD-ROM
type from the list, or choose Other IDE. For Windows 95, when it detects Standard
IDE/ESDI Hard Disk Controller, select Windows Default Driver.
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Installing the SoundExpression Board
1. With your computer off, disconnect any attached devices and power cords. Remove
the system cover and install the CD-ROM drive (if you are using one) into your
computer. Refer to the documentation which came with your CD-ROM drive.
2. Remove the SoundExpression from its anti-static bag, handling it by its edges and
retaining bracket. Be careful not to touch the edge connector or any components on
the card. If you are not using a CD-ROM drive, skip to step 5.
3. If you are connecting your CD-ROM drive (must be IDE type) to the
SoundExpression, connect the ribbon interface cable from the CD-ROM drive to the
interface connector on the SoundExpression before inserting the board into your
computer.
A white block and “#1” indicate Pin 1
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SPK L-OUT L-IN MIC
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CD-ROM drive
(rear view)
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CD-ROM audio cable
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CAUTION: When connecting cables, be sure that Pin 1 on the cable, usually
marked with a colored stripe (often red), matches up with pin 1 on the board
connector. A band on the connector outline denotes Pin 1.
NOTE: Some CD-ROM drives have jumpers for a “MASTER/SLAVE” configuration. Make
sure your CD-ROM drive is set for “MASTER” if using the CD-ROM interface on the
SoundExpression, or the second built-in IDE connector on your system motherboard.
4. If an audio cable is included with your CD-ROM drive, connect it from the CD-ROM
drive to one of the CD-ROM sound input connectors labeled J9, J10, and J11 in the
upper right corner of the board.
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L R
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R L
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J11
R L
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J9
J10
NOTE:
indicates pin 1 for each of the audio connectors. “L” and “R” specify left and
right channel for each audio connector type.
cable to CDROM drive
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6. Carefully insert the board into the expansion slot you
selected, applying pressure to the upper board edge
until it snaps into place, being careful not to
disconnect any CD-ROM or audio cables you may
have attached.
SPK L-OUT L-IN MIC
5. Locate an available 16-bit expansion slot. Remove
that expansion slot cover and save the screw.
Sample system
7. Secure the board into place by aligning its metal
retaining bracket with the hole in the top edge of the
system’s rear panel. Fasten the modem’s metal
bracket with the screw removed in step 5.
8. Disconnect your present phone cord from the wall jack. Plug the short end of the
splitter/phone cord that came with the SoundExpression into the wall jack, and the
long end into the phone jack on the back of the SoundExpression. Plug the phone into
the open jack on the splitter/phone cable. A telephone is not necessary for the
proper operation of this product.
9. Attach any external audio in/out and joystick/MIDI devices. Refer to the manual for
details, if necessary.
10. Replace the system cover, reconnect any detached devices and power cords and turn
on the computer. Continue with page 11 for Windows 95, or page 12 Windows 3.x
driver installation.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Some computers supporting the “Plug and Play” BIOS may require a longer
than normal amount of time to start up. This is because the Plug and Play BIOS searches for Plug
and Play devices which may have been installed; it then requires time to set up necessary system
resources for these devices.
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Driver Installation for Windows 95 Users
1. When the SoundExpression board is
physically installed, start Windows 95 as
you normally would.
2. When Windows 95 detects new hardware,
it displays the New Hardware Found
dialog box. Here, you are asked what (if
any) driver files are associated with the
new hardware.
3. From the choices given, select Driver from
disk provided by hardware manufacturer.
4. Windows 95 then displays the Install from
Disk dialog box. Here, you are asked for
the location of the driver files. Insert the
SoundExpression driver diskette in your
floppy drive.
5. Type A: (or B:) and select OK. Windows 95
will now copy files from the installation
diskette. You may be asked for your
original Windows 95 installation diskettes
or CD.
Windows 95 will detect:
• SoundExpression SRS Sound Controller
• SoundExpression SRS Sound System and
• SoundExpression MPU-401
5. In addition, Windows 95 will detect the
following devices on the board.
• Game Port Joystick (select Windows default
driver)
• Standard IDE/ESDI Hard Disk Controller
• Select “Use Windows Default Driver” if
you attached you new CD-ROM to the
SoundExpression.
• Select “Do Not Install a Driver
(Windows will not Prompt You Again) if
your CD-ROM is attached elsewhere.
6. Windows 95 will prompt you to restart
your computer to finish setting up the
devices on the board. Select NO so
Windows 95 will continue installing the
devices present on the board. Some steps
may be repeated. Follow all on-screen
instructions.
7. Windows 95 then displays the Install from
Disk dialog box (as shown in step 4). Here,
you are asked for the location of the driver
files. Insert the appropriate driver diskette
in your floppy drive. Type A: (or B:) and
select OK. Windows 95 will again copy
files from the diskette.
8. When all the new devices are installed,
Windows will finish loading. When
Windows 95 displays the Start Menu,
select Start, then Shut Down, then Restart
the Computer. This will restart Windows
95 with the newly installed drivers.
Windows 95 driver installation is
complete. You may now install the
Boca Smart CD. Continue with
page 13.
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Driver Installation for Windows 3.x Users
1. If you are running Windows, exit to
DOS. With the driver diskette in your
floppy drive, type A: (or B:). Then type
INSTALL and press ENTER. Install
copies files to your hard drive and
modifies your CONFIG.SYS file. Install
will run the Boca SoundExpression
Install program as described below. An
introductory screen is displayed.
5. After confirming your selections, files
are copied to your hard disk. Choose
your CD-ROM drive from the list
displayed, or choose Other if your
specific model is not listed. Choose
None if you will not use the
SoundExpression to support your CDROM drive, or if you do not have a CDROM drive at this time.
If You Do Not Have a Mouse...
Use the following keys as described below :
[TAB]
[ENTER]
[
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[F3]
[ALT +
KEY]
Moves to Option.
Accepts Button.
Opens Combo Box for
selecting options.
Accepts options from
Combo Box.
Selects Options within
Combo Box.
Exits to DOS; all changes
are discarded.
Activates a button on the
Configuration and Sound-Test
screen.
2. To continue select one of the following
options:
START INSTALLATION
VIEW README.TXT
EXIT
3. When you “Start Installation”, select a
destination directory (default is
C:\SOUNDEXP). Select OK.
4. If you have Windows, you will be
asked for your Windows directory. If
you do not have Windows installed on
your system, select None.
6. Next you are presented with a
Configuration and Sound Test screen.
When you are done, select Accept.
7. You are then asked if you want to
update your CONFIG.SYS file. Select
OK.
8. Lastly, you will need to remove the
driver diskette from the floppy drive,
power down your system, then restart.
Driver installation is complete. If you
need to reconfigure the board, type
SNDINIT at the \SOUNDEXP
directory to run configuration. Refer to
the manual for details. NOTE: When
you restart Windows, you will be
asked if you want to create a Program
Group for the Audio Applications.
Choose “Yes”.
Windows 3.x driver installation is
complete. You may now install the
Boca Smart CD. Continue with
the next page
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About the Boca Smart CD
The Boca Smart CD allows you to install
your Boca product as well as
complimentary software to work with
your product. Additionally, on-line
documentation is provided for your Boca
product. This documentation can be
viewed via Adobe’s Acrobat Reader
program which is also included.
The lists below summarize the contents of
each option on the Boca Smart Main
Selection screen.
If You Do
Not Have a
CD-ROM
Drive...
Call our Customer
Service at (407)2418088, available
Monday through
Friday 8 a.m. to 6:30
p.m. EST.
• Select product from list
• Click Install selected product
• Boca Smart installs driver software for your
product and/or instructs you on its use
• Assistance navigating
the Boca Smart CD
• View information on
other Boca products
* depending on your product and special
promotions, availability will vary.
** included on separate CDs.
• Acrobat Reader
• America On-Line
• CompuServe WinCIM
• Global Network Navigator
• Intel ProShare
• Internet Passport**
• Internet Phone
• Midisoft MediaWorks
• TalkShop
*
• View manuals for your Boca
product
• Instructions for MediaWorks
and TalkShop
• Frequently Asked Questions
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Installing the Boca Smart CD
Insert the CD into your CD-ROM
drive
NOTE: Make sure the SoundExpression has been
installed into your computer according to the
instructions in this EZ Express Installation Guide
before running the Boca Smart CD.
If you are running Windows 95, select
Start, then Run. When Run box is
displayed (type D:\SETUP and select
OK). NOTE: If your CD-ROM is other
than drive D:, substitute the appropriate
drive letter.
1. You are asked to enter a directory on
your hard drive to which files will be
copied (the default is C:\SMART).
Accept this or specify another directory.
2. When Install is complete, a Boca Smart
program group and icon are created.
Continue with Insert the Driver
Diskette....
1. You are asked to enter a directory on
your hard drive to which files will be
copied (the default is C:\SMART).
Accept this or specify another
directory.
2. When Install is complete, a Boca Smart
program group and icon are created.
Continue with Insert the Driver
Diskette....
Insert the Driver Diskette and
Select “Install Your Boca
Product”
1. Double-click on the Boca Smart icon
and a Welcome screen is displayed.
2. Select Continue and the following is
displayed.
If you are running Windows 3.x, go to
Program Manager and select File, then
Run. Then type D:\SETUP to begin
installation. NOTE: If your CD-ROM is
other than drive D:, substitute the
appropriate drive letter.
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NOTE: Right-click your mouse for the following
options:
MAIN: Return to the Main menu from wherever
you are.
ABOUT: Display information about Boca Smart and
the products you have registered.
EXIT: Exit Boca Smart.
3. At this point, you are asked to insert
the driver diskette included with your
Boca product. Select Drive A: or Drive
B:, indicating the drive which contains
the diskette. You are then notified that
you have successfully registered your
product. Click OK.
4. Now, you are presented with the Boca
Smart Main Selection screen. Select
Install Your Boca Product. Choose the
product from the list: [SE14SRS]
[SE34SRS] [SE34SVD] for [Win 95] or
[Win 3.x].
the default destination directory, or
specify another. Install will also modify
your CONFIG.SYS file. When Install is
finished, it will restart your computer.
NOTE—Windows 3.x users: If you
previously installed your drivers from
diskette, DO NOT install them again
from the Boca Smart CD.
If You Are Installing Additional
Boca Products:
1. Insert the diskette which came with
your new or unlisted product.
2. Select Install Unlisted Product, insert
the diskette for this product, and
specify the correct diskette drive (A: or
B:).
3. Then select Install Your Boca Product.
You will be presented with a list of
registered products. Highlight the
product you wish to install and select
Install Selected Product. Follow all onscreen directions. NOTE: If the product
you wish to install does not appear on
the list, repeat step 2.
5. Select Install Selected Product. For
Windows 95, you are presented with a
tutorial for installation of the product
in Windows 95. For Windows 3.x, files
are copied to your hard drive. Accept
4. To re-start the Boca Smart program at
any time, double-click the Boca Smart
icon.
To install additional software, continue
with the next page.
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Installing Additional Software
Accessing Manuals
• Go to the Main Selection screen on the
Boca Smart CD and choose Install
Additional Software.
For documentation on your chosen Boca
product or software, return to the Boca
Smart CD Main Selection screen and
select Access Manuals.
• Make the appropriate selection from
the list displayed. The list will vary
based on the product you purchased.
• Next, select the Install [Selected
Software] option and follow all onscreen instructions.
You are then presented with a list from
which to select a product manual. Here,
you can do the following:
• View selected manual from CD-ROM
• Install Selected Manual on Hard Drive
• Install Acrobat Reader on Hard Drive
• Return to Main Menu
Highlight the manual from the list you
wish to view and select View Selected
Manual from CD-ROM. The Boca Smart
CD includes Adobe’s Acrobat Reader
(you must install Acrobat Reader to view
manuals on screen).
NOTE: If you have the SE34SVD product,
Intel’s ProShare generates on-line
documentation when the software is
installed.
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Acrobat Reader is a
Windows-based program
from Adobe Systems which
allows you to “read” the
manual on screen. You are
also able to select sections
from a table of contents,
search topics, and print
selected or all pages of the
document. See sample page
below.
Quick buttons for
functions available
in pull-down menus
Print entire document or
selected pages
TIP: When Viewing a Product Manual...
To activate the table of contents for the
manual when the manual is displayed, select
View from the pull-down menu. Then click
on Bookmarks and Page. This displays the
table of contents. Click on any topic and you
will be taken directly to that page.
Size display from
50% to 800%
Search for selected
words/phrases
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Software License Agreement for Boca Research and Complimentary
Software
Boca Research, Inc. (BRI) grants the owner permission to use included software
upon adherence to the terms and conditions of this agreement.
1. The use of software will be limited to computers that contain the Boca
Research product.
2. Any reproductions of the software are also subject to this agreement.
3. The software is not to be modified in any way; it should be used in its original
form.
4. Should a change in ownership occur, these three conditions MUST be met:
• the Boca Research product must also be transferred to the new owner.
• any copies of the software which are not being transferred must be
destroyed.
• the new owner must abide by the terms presented in this agreement.
5. Boca Research remains the copyrighted owner of the its software. Other
vendors remain the copyrighted owner of their software. The ONLY rights
given to the licensee are those which have been provided for under this
agreement.
6. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL BOCA RESEARCH BE HELD
LIABLE IN ANY WAY TO ANY PURCHASER FOR DAMAGES, LOST
REVENUE, LOST WAGES OR FOR ANY OTHER INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND WHETHER COVERED
UNDER THIS AGREEMENT OR OTHERWISE. THE SOFTWARE IS NOT
WARRANTED IN ANY WAY AND ITS USE IS THE SOLE
RESPONSIBILITY OF THE LICENSEE FREE FROM ANY EXPRESSED
OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
7. Boca Research provides a five-year warranty for the media on which the
software is furnished. This warranty is limited to defects in materials and
workmanship; it does not cover the functions provided by the software. This
license is subject to termination upon breach of this agreement. The software
and any copies must be destroyed or returned to Boca Research, Inc.
8. Boca Research reserves the right to make modifications to the software without
any prior notice.
9. This license is governed by the laws of the state of Florida.
Copyright
©1996. Boca Research, Inc. All rights reserved. No
reproduction of this document in any form is allowed
without permission in writing from the Boca Research, Inc.
Boca Research, Inc. is not liable for any damage resulting
from technical or editorial errors or omissions contained in
this document. The information in this manual is subject to
change without notice. Revisions to the product(s) in this
manual may occur at any time without notice.
Trademarks
All Boca Research products are trademarks of Boca Research,
Inc. All other references to computer systems, software, and
peripherals use trademarks owned by their respective
manufacturers.
Publication Date: April, 1996
Printed in the U.S.A. (SEALLEZ2.PM5)
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