Cnet CNML-561 Download Drivers

Available 1 files for CNML-561
Company
Cnet
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Cnet CNML-561
Description
Modem Software
Operating Systems
Windows 98Se-Me-2000-XP
Version Driver
A
Size Driver
268Kb
File Name
cnml561.zip
Info
If the alphabetical letter number is A Driver Diskette Overview Ver 5.1
for PCMCIA 10Lan + 56KModem Combo Card

TOPIC
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[1]. Diskette Contents
[2]. Installation for Microsoft Windows 95/98/2000
1.Introduction
2.Getting Started
[3]. Installation for Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
1.Introduction
2.Getting Started
3.Troubleshooting
[4]. Support Options
[5]. Copyrights, Trademarks, and Disclaimers
[1] Diskette Contents

Files Contents
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\README.TXT This File
\WIN95 NDIS3.1 Driver for Windows 95
\WIN98 NDIS4 Driver for Windows 98
\WIN2000 NDIS4 Driver for Windows 2000
\NT40 NDIS4 Driver for Windows NT4.0
\LINUX Installation Guide for Linux
\MANU\MANUNCT.HTML Document for CTR21
[2] Installation for Microsoft Windows 95/98/2000

1. Introduction
Windows 95/98/2000 provides a complete "Plug n' Play" System that will
automatically recognize and configure most PC Cards.

Before inserting your LanModem PC Card, the system's PCMCIA chipset
must be enabled and functioning. The PCMCIA chipset is responsible
for controlling the systems interface for PC Cards. Please consult
the system's manual or manufacture for use with Windows 95/98/2000.

Multifunction PC Cards put a heavy demand on a system's resources.
Please resolve all system conflicts, errors, and Windows 95/98/2000 issues
before installing the LanModem.

Please have the installation media for the Windows 95/98/2000 ready for
any request for files.

2. Getting Started
With the system off, remove all PC Cards

Start/Boot Windows 95/98/2000

Remove any previous Network Setup
-Press the START button on task bar
-Select SETTINGS
-Select CONTROL PANEL
-Select NETWORK SETTINGS
-Highlight each network support entry and press REMOVE
-After all network support is removed, press OK

Insert the LanModem into one of the system's PCMCIA Slots
HelpDrivers Since March 2000