Kingmax KLM5620-LF Download Drivers

Available 1 files for KLM5620-LF
Company
Kingmax
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Kingmax KLM5620-LF
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-NT-2000-Me
Size Driver
248Kb
File Name
lm5620-l v1.3.zip
Info
1. DISKETTE CONTENTS
2. CLIENT DRIVER
3. SOCKET and CARD SERVICES INSTALLATION ADVISORY
4. DIAGNOSTIC PROGRAM
5. NETWARE DOS ODI DRIVER
6. PACKET DRIVER
7. NDIS DRIVER FOR WINDOWS FOR WORKGROUPS 3.11
8. NDIS DRIVER FOR LAN MANAGER V2.1
9. NDIS DRIVER FOR WINDOWS 95
10. NDIS DRIVER FOR WINDOWS 98
11. NDIS DRIVER FOR WINDOWS NT 4.0
12. NDIS DRIVER FOR WINDOWS NT 2000
13. NDIS DRIVER FOR WINDOWS Me
14. DRIVER FOR LINUX

[1] DISKETTE CONTENTS
Files and
Subdirectories Contents
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\LANMODEM Tag File
\README.TXT This file
\DIAG.EXE PCMCIA Card Diagnostic Program
\INSTALL.EXE PCMCIA Installation Program
\LMCARDGO.EXE PCMCIA Client Driver
\MULFUNC.INF Windows 95/98/Me Installation File
\MFLAN.INF Windows 95/98/Me LAN device Installation File
\MFMD.INF Windows 95/98/Me/NT4.0 Modem device Installation File
\LMNDIS3.sys Windows 9x NDIS device driver
\NETWARE.ODI Directory of Novell Netware DOS ODI Driver
\PKTDRV Directory of FTP Compliant Packet Driver Directory
\NDIS2 Directory of NDIS V2.0 Driver
\WFW311 Directory of Enhance Mode Driver for WFW311
\MSLANMAN.DOS Directory of Driver for Lan Manager V2.1
\LANTASTI.V60 Directory of Driver for Lantastic V6.0
\WINNT40 Directory of Driver for Windows NT 4.0
\WIN2000 Directory of Driver for Windows 2000
\LINUX Directory of Linux Driver
[2] ClIENT DRIVER (For DOS and Windows 3.1 Only)

The Client Driver is a PCMCIA controller enable program. This enable
program only need for DOS and Windows 3.1 system.
To load the client driver, type

LMCARDGO [/IRQ=x][/IO=xxx][/MIRQ=x][/COM=x][/MEM=xxxx][/?]

in DOS command line, or

DEVICE=[PATHNAME]LMCARDGO.EXE [/IRQ=x][/IO=xxx][/MIRQ=x][/COM=x][/MEM=xxxx][/?]

in config.sys file.

where:

[/IRQ=x] This specifies the hardware interrupt (IRQ) where LAN
device will use.
The valid IRQs are 3,4,5,9,10,11.

[/IO=xxx] This specifies the I/O address. The valid ports are 300,
320,340,360,240,280.

[/MIRQ=x] This specifies the hardware interrupt (IRQ) where Modem
device will use.
The valid IRQs are 3,4,5,9,10,11.
Note: The /MIRQ value should not be the same as the /IRQ value.

[/COM=x] This specifies the Modem COM port. The valid ports are
2,3,4.
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