Connecting the Cable Modem
10. Follow these instructions only if the driver found was NOT the "RCA or Thomson
USB Cable Modem."
Click "Back" to return to the previous window.
Ensure that you have selected the "CD-ROM" option.
In addition to the CD-ROM selection, choose "Specify a location" (Fig. 6 ).
In the location box, type in your CD-ROM drive. For example, if your CD-
ROM is located on the E: drive, type "E:\."
Click "Next" to continue.
The search should find the driver for the "RCA or Thomson USB Cable
Confirm that this is the driver selected, and click "Next" to continue.
11. Windows should now prompt you to install the "RCA or Thomson USB Cable
Modem" driver. Click "Next" to install the driver.
At this point, your PC needs to copy Windows 98 SE specific files. If these files are
not located on your hard drive, you may need to insert your Windows 98 SE
installation media (i.e., Windows disks or Windows CD-ROM), but first remove the
cable modem CD-ROM.
12. After the Windows specific files are copied, you may be asked for another USB
driver file named "NETRCACM.SYS", located on the cable modem CD-ROM. Remove
the Windows 98 SE CD-ROM (if necessary), and reinsert the cable modem
CD-ROM that accompanied your cable modem.