1.3 ClockCard Driver Installation - Windows 2000/XP/2003 Users
on computer, start Windows 2000/XP/2003.
prompted to log in, login in with either a machine administrator account or a
Windows domain account.
most cases Windows will find the new ClockCard hardware.
New Hardware Wizard will detect the PCI Real Time Clock as a “Base System
Device”. Select the “Search for the best driver for your device" (Win 2000) or
“Install from a list or specified location” (Win XP/2003) option. Make sure the
CD-ROM drive option is checked.
the provided ClockWatch CD-ROM in the drive. When prompted by the New Hardware
Wizard for the driver location; select your CD-ROM drive.
wizard will give listing of two drivers. If asked to choose the driver for the
RTC WinRT WDM Device, select the Win2k driver located in the
..\drivers\win2k directory on the CD-ROM.
Note: do not
install the Windows 98 driver in the
prompted, restart the computer.
Verifying Driver Installation
You can verify driver installation by opening the Device
The device will be listed as WinRT Devices>RTC WinRT WDM
Device. Verify that the device is working properly by selecting the device and
viewing its properties.
If Windows fails to find device, open the Device Manager.
The Device Manager lists ClockCard as: Other Devices>Base System Device.
the "Properties" on the Base System Device.
ClockWatch CD in CD-ROM and choose "Install Software Automatically".
installation wizard then installs the driver and finishes.