NEC Versa 6000 Chipset Drivers

NEC Versa 6000 Chipset Drivers

CardBus Services update for Windows95

File Name: cbssupd.exe
Version: 4.00.1116
Posted: Feb 6, 1997
Operating System: Windows 95
Description: CardBus Services update for Windows95

Tech Notes
File Information: ================= File: CBSS.VXD File Last Modified Date: 2/6/97 File Size: 16,249 bytes File Version Information: 4.00.1116 Problem(s) this Update Resolves: ================================ 1. IBM ThinkPad 760 docking stations with CardBus sockets (using the TI1130 CardBus controller) may be unable to configure any CardBus cards inserted in the docking station. 2. On a computer using the TI1130 CardBus controller in a docking station supporting CardBus sockets, data transfer on the CardBus bus may be slow and unreliable. 3. On a computer using the TI1130 CardBus controller in a docking station supporting CardBus sockets, PCCard cards (R2 type, non- CardBus cards) may not be enumerated if the bridge is configured as a “positive decode” bridge. 4. On a computer using the TI1130 CardBus controller in a docking station supporting CardBus sockets, the computer may reboot if a non-CardBus (type R2) PCCard card is inserted into one of the CardBus sockets in the docking station, while a Xircom CardBus network card is installed in another CardBus socket in the docking station. Microsoft Knowledge Base reference article(s): Q164225 Poor Data Transfer With CardBus Card In Docking Station Q164224 Inserting PC Card in Dock With CardBus Card May Cause Reboot Q164223 PC Cards May Not Be Recognized In Docking Station Q164222 CardBus Card in Docking Station May Not Be Configured Q163938 Inserting Multifunction PC Card May Hang Computer Q159543 Intel ProShare PC Card May Hang Computer Q159492 PC Card Device Not Enumerated When Reinserted How to Install: =============== 1. From the Start Menu, the Explorer, or from a command prompt, run CBSSUPD.EXE (in same directory as this README file, named CBSSUPD.TXT). 2. You may be warned that you are about to replace a newer file with an older version of the file. Generally, you should keep the newer file, and choose not to replace it with an older file. 3. Restart the computer for the changes to take effect.

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