Creative PCMCIA CD-Rom Interface Download Drivers

Available 1 files for PCMCIA CD-Rom Interface
Company
Creative
Categories
CD & DVD
Model
Creative PCMCIA CD-Rom Interface
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-98Se-Me
Size Driver
853Kb
File Name
creative_omni_pcmcia_cdrom.zip
Info
CD-ROM DRIVE INSTALLATION LATEST INFORMATION
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This file contains information not available during the printing of
the manual. Please read before you proceed to install your drive.
This file contains the following sections :

1. Windows 3.1/DOS
- Card Configuration
- Memory Manager
2. Windows 95
- Installing Windows 95 from the CD-ROM
- Installing the PCMCIA drivers for Your CD-ROM Drive
- Removing the PCMCIA CD-ROM Interface Card
3. QuickCD
4. Platform Compatibility List


1. WINDOWS 3.1/DOS

1.1 CARD CONFIGURATION

Your PCMCIA Card configuration supports any 16 consecutive I/O Port
Address range, and IRQ 3, 5, 7, 10, 11, 12, and 15. These hardware
resources are allocated by the Card and Socket Services that comes
with your system.

When you insert the PCMCIA CD-ROM Interface card to your system,
your PCMCIA CD-ROM Interface Card driver will try to assign a 16
consecutive I/O Port Address range, and an IRQ to the card. You
can check the resources assigned to your card using the utility
that comes with your Card and Socket Services.

If the resources assigned to your PCMCIA CD-ROM Interface Card
conflicts with another peripheral device, your CD-ROM drive will not
operate properly. You may need to modify the initialization file
using the resource manager utility that comes with your system.

NOTE: You may need to exclude the IRQ or I/O Port address in the
initialization file.

If you are experiencing difficulties with your Card Services software,
check with your manufacturer on how to configure your Card and Socket
Services.
1.2 MEMORY MANAGER

Different Card and Socket Services uses different memory ranges.
Your Card and Socket Services software may requires certain memory
ranges to be excluded from the memory manager.

If your Card Services software cannot detect your PCMCIA CD-ROM
Interface Card, you may have excluded the wrong memory ranges from
the memory manager.

If you are experiencing difficulties with detecting the card,
try reinstalling your Card and Socket Service software.
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