This is a 16-bit ISA video card apparently mfg. around 1995.
Has both BNC and RJ-45 connectors (for thinnnet and 10BaseT).
WIN95_DRV: Contains drivers for Windows 95, also seems to
work for Windows 98.
MaxTechNX16Config: Contains configuration/setup program which
communicates with the board. This setup utility is required
because the board does not have hardware jumpers, instead
requiring this DOS-window program to communicate with the
board for purposes of configuration (also selecting whether
to use the 10BaseT RJ45 or the BNC).
File "ReadMe1st.txt" gives more details on installing/using this adapter (based on my experience with it). If you have a spare ISA slot this adapter may work w