8113 Adapter Installation In Windows 95
Support Bulletin: 6050 Revision B,
This document contains instructions for using the 32-bit miniport driver for Windows 95 with the Racore 8113 token ring adapter. If you wish to use the DOS ODI stack with Windows 95 see Document 5290.
What You Need To Start:
A Racore 8113 token ring adapter inserted in an ISA slot in your Windows 95 machine. Your adapter's hardware settings (dip switch settings for I/O address, interrupt, DMA channel etc. that do not conflict with any other devices). The Windows 95 Miniport Driver, INF file and the LLC Code file (RCPTRNDS.SYS, NETRCP.INF and RTR16LLC.COD). If you don't already have these files click here. You will need to run the self extracting file W95M8113.EXE before proceeding. Your Windows 95 CD or diskettes.
How To Do It:
1. Make sure that DIP switch
11 on your 8113 adapter is open. This will set your DLOAD option
to RAM mode.
2. Copy the file RTR16LLC.COD into your Windows 95 system directory (usually just C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM).
3. If you have not already done so, start your machine up into Windows 95. Click on , settings, and select Control Panel. Double Click the Network Icon.
4. Click the Add button, and then double click Adapter.
5. Click the Have Disk button and then use the Browse button to path to where RCPTRNDS.SYS and OEMSETUP.INF are. If you downloaded the files from the link above, browse to where you extracted them. Once you have found the correct path, click on the OK button. If you entered the correct path, you will have four driver choices. Choose the "Racore Preferred ISA Token Ring Adapter" and click OK. When the process is complete you will be back at your Network properties window. Proceed to the next step before closing the Network window.
6. Double click on the Racore Adapter now installed
in the network components list. This will display the adapter
properties window. Choose the Advanced tab. You should see a
similar window to the figure to the right. In the Property list
choose Network Address and then enter in your 12 digit network
address. The address shown in the figure is only an example.
7. Again in the Property list, click on RingSpeed. Select either 4 or 16 Mbps ring speed and make sure this matches your existing ring speed or you will not be able to insert into your ring. The other Property list settings do not need to be modified.
8. Now that you have set your Network Node Address and Ring Speed, Click on the Resources tab at the top. First make sure that Basic Configuration 0 is selected for the Configuration Type, then match the I/O Address, Interrupt and DMA Channel to the values you set the adapter switch settings for. If you get any "*" symbols next to your values then you may have a device conflict and you should double check your settings. When you are all done click on the OK button.
9. Click on the OK button now that all the settings have been made to close the Network settings window. Windows 95 will most likely ask for your Windows 95 CD or diskettes, and then prompt you to restart your computer. Choose Yes and the machine will restart. If there is a disk in your floppy drive make sure to remove it. You should now have a working installation of your adapter with the 32-bit Windows 95 driver. If you have further problems double check your hardware resource settings, that you have the 8113 adapter in RAM mode (switch 11 open), and that you have copied the RTR16LLC.COD file