This driver also works with Windows NT according to the written documentation in the zipped file. Unzip the files to a directory where you can easily locate the files. There is a text file for you to read as well if you'd like. When I unzipped it and rebooted WIN95, Windows found the modem at once and installed the necessary driver. If your Windows will not find it on boot up, remove your ESS Modem Card, reboot Windows, shut down, re-install the modem card, and then restart Windows. Win95 should find the card as "New Hardware"without a problem and begin the install process. Be sure and Unzip the drivers FIRST before you do this so you can indicate where the drivers are when asked by WIN95 setup.