Linksys USB100H1 Download Drivers

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Fax & Modem & ISDN
Linksys USB100H1
Operating Systems
Windows 98Se-Me-2000-XP
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Before You Begin
Hardware Setup
Software Setup
Enabling File & Printer Sharing Under Windows 98
Technical Support

Your computer must meet the following requirements to be compatible
with the USB Network Adapter:

1. In order to use this device, you must have a copy of Microsoft
Windows 98 operating system installed on your PC. Some versions
of Windows 95 version B (OSR2) support USB, but the device
drivers included in this package are designed specifically for
Windows 98. If you do not have Windows 98, this device will not

2. Also, the device requires that a USB port is installed and
enabled on your PC. Some PCs have a USB port, but it is disabled.
Usually there is a toggle switch on the motherboard that will
enable a PC's USB port. Consult your computer's user guide. Some
motherboards have USB interfaces, but no ports. You should be
able to install your own USB port and attach it to your PC's
motherboard using hardware purchased at any computer store.
The USB Network Adapter comes with a USB cable. One end of the cable
has a rectangular plug, which is called an A-type connector. The other
end of the cable has a square plug, or B-type connector.

The adapter has two ports. One is for RJ-45 UTP network cabling -- it
looks like and over-sized phone jack. The other port looks like a
square hole -- this is the USB B-type port.

1. Make sure your PC is powered on and that you are at the Windows 98

2. Insert the cable's square B-type plug into the adapter's B-type

3. Insert the other end of the USB cable (the A-type connector) into
the USB port on your PC. The adapter is now connected to your PC.

4. Connect your adapter to a 10Mbps or 10Mbps/100Mbps auto-sensing
hub using Category 5 UTP RJ-45 straight-through cabling. The RJ-45
jacks should fit into the RJ-45 port on both the adapter and the

NOTE: Do not connect the USB Network Adapter directly to another
network card or adapter.
Before you begin the installation, you should have your original
Windows 98 CD-ROM handy. Windows 98 may ask for it in order to
install special files onto your computer during the network driver
setup. When this occurs, insert your CD-ROM or other media into the
drive and tell Windows 98 to look in the \win98 directory on the
appropriate drive. For example, if your CD-ROM is drive D: on your
system, and Windows 98 is requesting a file from it, you would type in
D:\win98 and press Enter in order to inform 98 of the CD-ROM's
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