I am trying to setup PCNFS in win95

Hi...
I've seen the option to add PCNFS in my networking control panel. I tried to install it, but it says I should supply drivers. These drivers are not on my win95 cd.

Question.
Can someone tell me where to get these drivers (Download) and how to install this protocol?

Reason.
I am networked to a SUNSparc2 running Solaris 2.6. I have shared an NFS volume from it. I would mow like to mount this volume onto my win95 desktop.

I hope I am on the right track here, If I'm not can someone please put me straight?

thanks in advance.....regards.
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j2Commented:
You cant "download" it, you will have to purchase the product, the control panel option is only an install script.
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rickyrAuthor Commented:
Thanks J2
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j2Commented:
...your best option is to install SAMBA on the SUN, and shar the disk that way :)
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