Envoy Data LPC-01 Download Drivers

Available 2 files for LPC-01
Company
Envoy Data
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Envoy Data LPC-01
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-98Se-Me-2000-NT
Size Driver
226Kb
File Name
driverslpc01.zip
Info
Windows 2000
Windows NT v4.0
Windows 9x/ME
DOS/Windows 3.x

Contents:

= Installation Notes
= LPT Modes
= Using the Accent with a Printer
= PC Card Support
= DOS/Windows 3.x Device Driver
Installation Notes
==================
Win2000: Run SETUP.EXE in the Win2K directory on the floppy.

Win9x (Win95/98/98SE/ME): In Control Panel, use Add New Hardware and
the driver in the Win9x directory on the floppy.

WinNT: In Control Panel, use SCSI adapters and the driver in the WinNT
directory on the floppy.
LPT Modes
=========
The supported LPT modes for Windows 2000, Windows 9x/ME, Windows NT,
and DOS are shown below:

OS Driver Filename Modes
-- --------------- -----
Windows 2000 ACCENT2K.SYS SPP, ECP
Windows NT ACCENTNT.SYS SPP, ECP
Windows 9x/ME ACCENT95.MPD SPP, ECP
DOS/Win 3.x ACCENT.SYS SPP, ECP
The default LPT mode for the Accent is SPP. If your system
supports ECP, choose this during the installation. You may need to
enter your computer's BIOS setup to change the LPT mode to ECP.
Consult your system documentation for more information about the BIOS
setup. If you change the LPT mode, power-cycle the computer (turn off
the power and then back on).
Using the Accent with a Printer or Hardware Dongle
==================================================
The Accent supports printer pass-through, which allows a printer or dongle
to be connected and used while the Accent is also in use. However, if
you are printing and transferring files with the Accent at the same time,
both operations will be noticably slower. Some dongles are incompatible
with the Accent. You may have to install an additional printer port and
connect the Accent to the new port.
Company
Envoy Data
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Envoy Data LPC-01
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-98Se-NT-2000
Size Driver
268Kb
File Name
lpc-01.zip
Info
The floppy diskette contains the device drivers and utilities for the
following Operating Systems:

Windows 95
Windows NT 4.00
DOS/Windows 3.x
= Disk Contents

= Windows 95/NT Installation
- Installation
- Upgrading
- Formatting
- Drive Letter Assignment (Windows 95 ONLY)
- Accessing PC Cards

= DOS/Windows 3.x Users
- Installation
- Utilities

= Drive Specifics and History
- SDDB, SDDL, and SDDR
- Updates

= Feedback and Technical Support

= Disclaimer

Installation
------------
Insert installation diskette into your 3-1/2 inch drive. This will
typically be drive A (or drive B). On the system menu bar, click START,
then select RUN, and enter "A:\SETUP" (or "B:\SETUP") without the quotes,
then press ENTER.

During installation, the utility "CARDINIT.EXE" will be placed in the
Windows directory.

The system must be rebooted after running the installation program.

Upgrading
---------
If you are running a BETA or older version of the device driver, remove
the device driver and re-install the new version of the driver. You will
then need to restart Windows for the change to take effect.

Formatting
----------
Windows 95/NT may not be able to properly handle unformatted media in
SCSI subsystem devices. If a storage device does not have a proper format,
the system may lock up. The Accent, SDDB, SDDL, and SDDR device drivers have
been written to shield Windows 95/NT from an unformatted PC Card. The
drivers will report the card as a 4 MB write-protected SRAM card. A
single file will exist on the card: "$$[model].txt" or "[model]nt.txt"
(for example, the Accent file would be "$$accent.txt" and the SDDL file
would be "SDDLNT.TXT"). This file is write-protected (nothing can be
written to it). Open this file for more information about the problem.
If it is a problem with the card, the card must then be re-initialized
with CARDINIT.EXE before further use.

CARDINIT.EXE is a formatting utility used to initialize SRAM and ATA PC
Cards in the Accent, SDDB, SDDL, and SDDR. CARDINIT.EXE does NOT have
to be run for cards that are already formatted. The utility should detect
the technology (SRAM or ATA) and the capacity of the PC Card. Click on
"Initialize" to perform the format.

If the Initialize button is disabled (grayed-out), then the card is not
recognized. There could be a problem with the card. Try re-formatting
the card in a different drive or system.
HelpDrivers Since March 2000