Page 7: Appendix C: Warranty Information Warranty Information Appendix C Appendix C: network on which the product or software is used will be free of vulnerability to intrusion or attack. The product Warranty Information may include or be bundled with third party software or service offerings. This limited warranty shall not apply to such third party software or service offerings. Page 8 Warranty Information Appendix C and a copy of your dated proof of original purchase when returning your product.
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Windows 95 will fail to find the driver. Click the Other Locations button to browse for the driver. If you were not supplied with a Windows 95 CD- ROM, your Windows files may have been placed on your hard drive by your computer manufacturer. Page 10 4. Select Search for the best driver for your device Recommended. Click Next. Click Next to continue. When the window notifies you that it is ready to install the driver, click Next.
Windows will begin installing the driver. Page 14 8. A list of services will appear. Click Next to approve these services, fol- lowed by Next again. Click OK. The Driver File Search Results dialog box will appear. If you want to share files or printers, refer to your Windows documentation or check with your system administrator. Instant EtherFast Page 20 3. Click the File and Print Sharing button.
The File and Print Sharing win- dow will appear. Page Installing A 4. Bind a protocol to the driver. Page Troubleshooting Your PC will examine the network. This may take a few minutes. Accept the default numbers if you are not sure which val- ues to assign. Click OK when finished and restart your PC. If the card fails the Link Status Test check your cabling and switch connections.
Before sharing your files and printers, you should prepare your computer to be used with any file servers that may be on the network. Select Driver from disk provided by hardware manufacturer, then click OK. Page 29 4. Remove any instance of the name Linksys in the box. In some cases, removing one of these components may in turn automati- cally remove other components as well. Page 30 8. Remove all devices with the name Linksys in its description.
If at any point you are asked to restart the computer, Click No. Page 31 5. A content menu should open below. First, choose Disable. When asked if you want to Disable the device, click Yes.
If you have an earlier release of this product, the adapter may be the LNETX v4, which has the 3-pin con- nection. Go to www. Page Installing And Configuring Wake-on-lan 1. Turn your PC off and disconnect it from the network either by turning off the switch or hub. Wait about ten seconds, then turn on the switch. The PC should wake up. Page Glossary For informa- tion on where to find device drivers and setup instructions for Linux and other freeware OSes, visit the support pages and FAQ files on the Linksys website at www.
Page 35 Port - A pathway into and out of the computer or a network device such as a switch or router. For example, the serial and parallel ports on a personal com- puter are external sockets for plugging in communications lines, modems and printers. This manual is also suitable for:.
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