I-OMagic PCMCIA-CD-Rom-7DF6ati Download Drivers

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Company
I-OMagic
Categories
CD & DVD
Model
I-OMagic PCMCIA-CD-Rom-7DF6ati
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 98-98Se
Size Driver
32Kb
File Name
iomagic.zip
Info
I PCMCIA/IDE CD-ROM solution for DOS

I.1 Device Driver and Utility Usage

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PICC.EXE (PCMCIA/IDE Adaptor Card Services Client)
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This driver supports the PCMCIA 2.1+ Card/Socket services
specifications. It is mandatory to load this driver before
using the PICD.EXE device driver.

Installation Format:

DEVICE=[drive:][path]PICC.EXE [/P:xxx,yy]

where [/P:xxx,yy]
specifies the I/O port base and interrupt number that
the Adaptor Card Services tries to allocate for this
card in default.

'xxx' is the base address (hexadecimal notation) of
IDE port. The permissible assignment of the base
address are as 168, 1E8 and 170.

'yy' is the interrupt number (decimal notation) of
the corresponding IDE port. The permissible interrupt
number are 9, 10, 11, 12 and 15.

Note 1: you might emulate a secondary enhanced IDE port on the
PCMCIA/IDE adaptor card as shown below:

DEVICE=PICC.EXE /P:170,15

Note 2: this client driver will search for IO ranges from the
default base address (if specified) and then 168, 1E8
to 170 and search for IRQ from the default interrupt
number (if specified) and then 10, 11, 15, 9 to 12.

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PICD.EXE (PCMCIA/IDE CD-ROM Device Driver)
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This device driver requires that the PICC.EXE client driver to
be installed before using the PICD.EXE driver. And this CD-ROM
device driver will search for CD-ROM drives for Enhanced IDE
ports (namely 1f0,14 and 170,15) and then the IO ranges/IRQ
that PICC.EXE allocates.

Installation Format:

DEVICE=[drive:][path]PICD.EXE /D: [/R]

where /D:
specifies the drive name for MSCDEX.EXE to match,
and the default name is _PICD_$$.

[/R]
reserves one drive letter for plug and play purpose,
if this parameter is used then the CD-ROM drive need
not exist to be initialized when system boots up.
However, be sure that the PCMCIA/IDE adaptor card
is inserted properly to allow Socket/Card/Client
services to recognize its existence.
Please install MSCDEX.EXE in AUTOEXEC.BAT file as shown below:

MSCDEX /D:
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