|CardWare for Windows NT 4.0 does not bind the ZCom Wireless LAN adapter with the appropriate driver, saying that the PC Card database has no entry for such device. However, there is an entry in the database named 'Z-Com LANEscape/XI-325'.|
|Reason:||Microsoft placed database of supported PCMCIA cards at
Drivers are mapped by using Manufacturer name and Product name inside of this database.
PCMCIA software (Microsoft's own or our) takes manufacturer name and product
name from Card CIS (Card Information Structure) and uses both strings as keys in database.
ZCom Wireless LAN adapter is apparently defined by following entry in database:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\PCMCIA\DataBase Z-Com LANEscape/XI-325 Driver REG_SZ "XI325" DeviceType REG_SZ "NET" InfFileName REG_SZ "WLAN_NT.inf" Option REG_SZ "WLAN_PCMCIA" InterruptNumber REG_DWORD 00000007 IoBaseAddress REG_DWORD 00000300 IoLength REG_DWORD 0000003f PortWidth16 REG_DWORD 00000001 Vcc REG_DWORD 00000032 Vpp1 REG_DWORD 00000032 Vpp2 REG_DWORD 00000032
But CIS of some particular cards may report Manufacturer and Product String as "IEEE 802.11 Wireless LAN/PC Card" instead of Expected "Z-Com LANEscape/XI-325".
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Above operation will create a duplicated entry in your database, through which CardWare will bind the device with the appropriate driver.