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** Windows Setup Program for Windows 95/95OSR2/98SE/ME/NT4/2000/XP/Server 2003
** /Vista for x86.
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** v3.32 Nov. 2007
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Introduction:
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This document shows you how to use the Windows setup programs. These programs
run under Windows 95/95OSR2/98SE/ME/NT4/2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista for x86.
You may use these programs to install/update/remove network adapter driver.

Structure of the directory:


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WINSETUP.TXT This file.
winsetup.exe The integrated setup program for Windows
platform.
WinUinst.exe The integrated uninstall program for Windows
platform.
VETUP16.DLL The 16-bit side thunk dll for Windows
95/95OSR2/98SE/ME.
VETUP32.DLL The 32-bit side thunk dll for Windows
95/95OSR2/98SE/ME.
VETUP64.DLL The 64-bit dll for 64-bit Windows OS on x64.
NTSETUP.INF The information file for Windows NT4 setup.
ntsim2.sys PCI bus detection service for 32-bit Windows
NT/2K/XP.
ntsim2a.sys PCI bus detection service for 64-bit Windows
OS on x64.
shlwapi.DLL The shell light weight utility library.
difxapi.DLL The device install frameworkd API.
Usage:
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The Windows setup program will search the information file automatically in
Windows 95/95OSR2/98SE/ME/2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista ("OEMSETUP.INF" in Windows
NT4), and then automatically install/update driver according to the information
file. The information file search paths are current directory, upper directory
and root directory by order.
Command line usage
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Usage:
{INstall/Update/Remove}
winsetup.exe [option]
option:
-? This help.
-i Install/update driver (could be omitted).
-a PreInstall/update driver(For windows ME/2000
later only).
-p Disable progress bar while install/update
driver, useless while combined with "-r" option.
-f [INF file] Specify INF filename.
(If no INF file is specified, the setup program
will automatically search the correct inf file)
-d [Source Dir] Specify directory containing all driver files.
(If no source directory is specified, the setup
program will automatically search the driver
from current directory, upper directory and
upper 2 layers directory)
-w [Windows source CD] Specify path of Windows source CD path.
(For Windows 98SE later, and NT40 platform)
(Notice! In NT40, please place "-w" as the last
parameter).
-r Remove device & inf file.
-k Do not delete inf file when device is removed
(this parameter depends on "-r" option, and can'
t
be used alone).(Vista "NOT" support)
-s Do not show Session Complete dialog.
-b Reboot the system without any prompt.
-v Show program version.
-m Install with legacy mode.(2k/XP/2K3/Vista x86 on
ly)
-g [Key][Value] Install with registry key modification.
{Remove}
WinUinst.exe [option]
option:
-d [Source Dir] (NT4 only)Specify directory containing all drive
r files.
(If no source directory is specified, the WinUin
st
program will automatically search the driver
from current directory, upper directory and
upper 2 layers directory)

Examples:
1.INSTALL or UPDATE
If you placed all driver files on C:\FETWIN\ and Windows 9X sources CD on
C:\WIN9X\ directory, you may use following instruction to install network
adapter driver on Windows 9X platfoms and reboot without any prompt.
A:\>winsetup -d C:\FETWIN\ -w C:\WIN9X\ -b
2.REMOVE
The following instruction will remove all recognized network adapter drive
rs.
A:\>WinUinst
If you placed the driver files on C:\FETWIN\, the following instruction wi
ll
only remove network adapter driver specified in the driver inf file.
A:\>winsetup -r -d C:\FETWIN\
Notice:
1.Please close all running applactions during the driver installation
processing, especially the network applet in control panel and properties
of network.
2.The program will not process long filename and directory, please convert
Windows long filenames to MSDOS filename.
3.In this program we support different kind of languages, list below is the
language been supported.
-Danish
-Dutch
-English
-French
-German
-Italian
-Japanese
-Korean
-Norwegian
-Portuguese
-Russian
-Simplied Chinese
-Spanish
-Tranditional Chinese
-Turkish