How to Config Your PCI adapter
1. Go to the PCI configuration item in BIOS setup.
2. Follow the following steps to configure the PCI slot:
a) You should know which slot your adapter is plugged into.
Look for the physical location of the slot on your PCI
b) Set "this device" to "Enable".
c) Set "this item" to "Master".
The PCI adapter MUST be installed in an expansion
slot that supports "Bus Master" mode.
Refer to your system documentation to determine which slots
support Bus Mastering.
d) Some BIOS Setups allow you to select which interrupt line
you can use. In our case, select "INT A" for "this item".
e) Select an IRQ of your choice, and make sure it does not conflict
with existing IRQs in use.
d) Select the "Trigger method" by which the IRQ is assigned or
routed to the PCI slot. Choose the "level-trigger" option.
Multiple PCI adapters can share the same PCI interrupt
and all must use INTA with level-trigger mode.
3. Run the diagnostic program found in the driver diskette.
If a problem arises during the installation, contact your dealer
Conflict with Microsoft EMM386
The PCI adapters can only function with the EMM386.EXE memory manager
program version 4.49 or later. You can verify its version number by
entering EMM386 at the DOS Prompt.
Do not specify the "highscan" option with the EMM386.exe statement
in your config.sys file or your system will hang.
If you run MEMMAKER and select Custom Setup, do not specify
"Aggressively scan upper memory", or it will automatically insert
the HIGHSCAN flag into the EMM386 command line. This parameter cannot
be manually removed once it's installed, doing so will cause the
extended memory manager to malfunction.