Datawise CD Pro 5 CardBus PCMCIA Download Drivers

Available 5 files for CD Pro 5 CardBus PCMCIA
Company
Datawise
Categories
CD & DVD
Model
Datawise CD Pro 5 CardBus PCMCIA
Description
Driver
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Size Driver
42Kb
File Name
cardbus2000.exe
Company
Datawise
Categories
CD & DVD
Model
Datawise CD Pro 5 CardBus PCMCIA
Description
Driver
Operating Systems
Windows 95
Size Driver
62Kb
File Name
cardbus95-98-me.exe
Info
Prepare the new HDD's or re-partiton/re-format the HDD --

0. Copy "Shining.vxd", "disktsd.vxd" and "diskvsd.vxd" onto
"c:\windows\system\iosubsys" directory.
Copy "disktsd.vxd" and "diskvsd.vxd" onto "c:\windows\system\iosubsys"
directory only if the OS level is Windows95 Rev B and above.
Create a "C:\stfdisk2" directory and copy "stfdisk2.bat" and
"int13c95.com" files to it.
1. New drive-- Setup the PCMCIA/CitiDISK kit with the HDD installed.
Go to "My Computer", "Control Panel", "Device Manager", "Disk drives".
Normally, two entries should be displayed. One is for
floppy drive, one for the internal bootup C: drive.

Insert the CitiROM card.
A new entry for the HDD attached should pop up.
Open that enty. Select "Setting".
Set "int13" option to on if it was not selected.
Click "OK" to complete and system will ask you to re-boot.

Go to any "DOS Prompt", "c:\stfdisk2" sub-directory after reboot.
Type in "STFDISK2" partition utility to partition the drive.
In the Windows 95 Rev B, the system will query for "Large Disk
Support..". Say "YES" to allow "FAT32" file system support or
"NO" for traditional multiple partitions support.

Enter "5" to "Change current fixed disk drive".
Enter the drive number corresponding to the HDD attached.
Use "Create Primary DOS partition" option to prepare the HDD.

After the partition is done, Window95 will again ask you to
re-boot. Do so and go to any "MS_DOS" prompt to format the drive by
"format driveletter:".
After the format, the drive is ready for use.

2. Re-partition the drive-- Setup the PCMCIA/CitiDISK kit with the HDD
installed and powerup the system. A drive letter is assigned
in the "My Computer" icon.
Enter "STFDISK2" to invoke the DOS partition utility.
Follow the procedures in step 1 to re-partition the drive.
Window95 shall ask you to re-boot.
Do so and go to any DOS prompt to "format driveletter:".
After the format, the drive is ready for use.

Note: When partition/format the HDD under the Windows95 enviroment, do
not remove the whole CitiROM card and HDD setups before the process
is completed.

Note: If your hard disk size is larger than 2GB, you would have to
make two partitions: one for primary and one for extended.
FAT16 file system impose the 2GB limitation per partition.
FAT32 file system support partition size up to 8 GBytes.
FAT32 file system is only supported under Windows 95 Rev B in
command prompt mode and regular windows mode.
Company
Datawise
Categories
CD & DVD
Model
Datawise CD Pro 5 CardBus PCMCIA
Description
Driver
Operating Systems
Windows 98
Size Driver
62Kb
File Name
cardbus95-98-me.exe
Info
Prepare the new HDD's or re-partiton/re-format the HDD --

0. Copy "Shining.vxd", "disktsd.vxd" and "diskvsd.vxd" onto
"c:\windows\system\iosubsys" directory.
Copy "disktsd.vxd" and "diskvsd.vxd" onto "c:\windows\system\iosubsys"
directory only if the OS level is Windows95 Rev B and above.
Create a "C:\stfdisk2" directory and copy "stfdisk2.bat" and
"int13c95.com" files to it.
1. New drive-- Setup the PCMCIA/CitiDISK kit with the HDD installed.
Go to "My Computer", "Control Panel", "Device Manager", "Disk drives".
Normally, two entries should be displayed. One is for
floppy drive, one for the internal bootup C: drive.

Insert the CitiROM card.
A new entry for the HDD attached should pop up.
Open that enty. Select "Setting".
Set "int13" option to on if it was not selected.
Click "OK" to complete and system will ask you to re-boot.

Go to any "DOS Prompt", "c:\stfdisk2" sub-directory after reboot.
Type in "STFDISK2" partition utility to partition the drive.
In the Windows 95 Rev B, the system will query for "Large Disk
Support..". Say "YES" to allow "FAT32" file system support or
"NO" for traditional multiple partitions support.

Enter "5" to "Change current fixed disk drive".
Enter the drive number corresponding to the HDD attached.
Use "Create Primary DOS partition" option to prepare the HDD.

After the partition is done, Window95 will again ask you to
re-boot. Do so and go to any "MS_DOS" prompt to format the drive by
"format driveletter:".
After the format, the drive is ready for use.

2. Re-partition the drive-- Setup the PCMCIA/CitiDISK kit with the HDD
installed and powerup the system. A drive letter is assigned
in the "My Computer" icon.
Enter "STFDISK2" to invoke the DOS partition utility.
Follow the procedures in step 1 to re-partition the drive.
Window95 shall ask you to re-boot.
Do so and go to any DOS prompt to "format driveletter:".
After the format, the drive is ready for use.

Note: When partition/format the HDD under the Windows95 enviroment, do
not remove the whole CitiROM card and HDD setups before the process
is completed.

Note: If your hard disk size is larger than 2GB, you would have to
make two partitions: one for primary and one for extended.
FAT16 file system impose the 2GB limitation per partition.
FAT32 file system support partition size up to 8 GBytes.
FAT32 file system is only supported under Windows 95 Rev B in
command prompt mode and regular windows mode.
Company
Datawise
Categories
CD & DVD
Model
Datawise CD Pro 5 CardBus PCMCIA
Description
Driver
Operating Systems
Windows Me
Size Driver
62Kb
File Name
cardbus95-98-me.exe
Info
Prepare the new HDD's or re-partiton/re-format the HDD --

0. Copy "Shining.vxd", "disktsd.vxd" and "diskvsd.vxd" onto
"c:\windows\system\iosubsys" directory.
Copy "disktsd.vxd" and "diskvsd.vxd" onto "c:\windows\system\iosubsys"
directory only if the OS level is Windows95 Rev B and above.
Create a "C:\stfdisk2" directory and copy "stfdisk2.bat" and
"int13c95.com" files to it.
1. New drive-- Setup the PCMCIA/CitiDISK kit with the HDD installed.
Go to "My Computer", "Control Panel", "Device Manager", "Disk drives".
Normally, two entries should be displayed. One is for
floppy drive, one for the internal bootup C: drive.

Insert the CitiROM card.
A new entry for the HDD attached should pop up.
Open that enty. Select "Setting".
Set "int13" option to on if it was not selected.
Click "OK" to complete and system will ask you to re-boot.

Go to any "DOS Prompt", "c:\stfdisk2" sub-directory after reboot.
Type in "STFDISK2" partition utility to partition the drive.
In the Windows 95 Rev B, the system will query for "Large Disk
Support..". Say "YES" to allow "FAT32" file system support or
"NO" for traditional multiple partitions support.

Enter "5" to "Change current fixed disk drive".
Enter the drive number corresponding to the HDD attached.
Use "Create Primary DOS partition" option to prepare the HDD.

After the partition is done, Window95 will again ask you to
re-boot. Do so and go to any "MS_DOS" prompt to format the drive by
"format driveletter:".
After the format, the drive is ready for use.

2. Re-partition the drive-- Setup the PCMCIA/CitiDISK kit with the HDD
installed and powerup the system. A drive letter is assigned
in the "My Computer" icon.
Enter "STFDISK2" to invoke the DOS partition utility.
Follow the procedures in step 1 to re-partition the drive.
Window95 shall ask you to re-boot.
Do so and go to any DOS prompt to "format driveletter:".
After the format, the drive is ready for use.

Note: When partition/format the HDD under the Windows95 enviroment, do
not remove the whole CitiROM card and HDD setups before the process
is completed.

Note: If your hard disk size is larger than 2GB, you would have to
make two partitions: one for primary and one for extended.
FAT16 file system impose the 2GB limitation per partition.
FAT32 file system support partition size up to 8 GBytes.
FAT32 file system is only supported under Windows 95 Rev B in
command prompt mode and regular windows mode.
Company
Datawise
Categories
CD & DVD
Model
Datawise CD Pro 5 CardBus PCMCIA
Description
Driver
Operating Systems
Windows NT4
Size Driver
42Kb
File Name
cardbus2000.exe
HelpDrivers Since March 2000