CMD PCI-0649 Download Drivers

Available 2 files for PCI-0649
Company
CMD
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
CMD PCI-0649
Description
Ultra DMA Ide Controller
Operating Systems
Windows 2000-XP
Version Driver
2.0.6
Size Driver
8Kb
File Name
cmd_648_w2k.zip
Info
CMD 648/649/646 IDE Controllers Windows 2000 Drivers Installation Instructions
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Table of Contents
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I) Windows 2000 Fresh Installation Instructions.
II) Install Windows 2000 on Windows NT4.
III) Upgrade Windows 2000.
I) Windows 2000 Fresh Installation Instructions.
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Follow these instructions in this section if you are freshly installing
Windows 2000.

You may start up Windows 2000 installation from CD. If your CD-ROM drive is
not bootable, your can start up with floppy diskettes.

1. If you choose to install Windows 2000 from floppies, create four
Windows 2000 set up floppy diskettes from CD before installation.

2. Power off the system and connect hard drives and CD-ROM drives
to the CMD IDE controller. Insert CMD IDE controller to a PCI slot.

3. Put the diskette #1 into drive A or put the CD into CD-ROM/DVD drive
if you choose to boot up from CD. Turn on your computer system.

4. Press 'F1' key to enter IDE mode when IDE controller BIOS is scanning devices.
Notes: This step is required only when you are using a controller BIOS that
default to RAID mode.

5. Continue to insert floppy diskette #2, #3, #4 if you are installing
from floppy diskettes.

6. Wait while files are copied from floppy or CD in the text mode installation.
Caution: Do not press F6 for third party SCSI or RAID driver installation
during this time. CMD PCI0648 controller does not use SCSI or RAID
driver under Windows 2000.

7. Follow setup instructions to select your choices for partitions and file system.

8. After setup examines your disks, it would copy files to Windows 2000
installation folders and restart the system.
Again, Press 'F1' key to enter IDE mode when IDE controller BIOS is scanning devices
if you are using a controller BIOS that default to RAID mode.

The setup program would continue to finish installation after restart.

9. Wait until Windows 2000 finishes installing devices, regional settings,
networking settings, components, and final set of tasks, reboot the system.
Company
CMD
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
CMD PCI-0649
Description
Ultra DMA Ide Controller
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-98Se-Me
Version Driver
1.06
Size Driver
79Kb
File Name
cmd_648.zip
Info
CMD 648/649 IDE Controllers Windows 95/98/ME Drivers Installation Instructions
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I) Windows 95/98/ME Fresh Installation Instructions.
II) First time installing CMD driver with existing Windows 95/98/ME.
III)Update CMD driver on Windows 95/98/ME system with existing CMD driver.
IV) Optimization using Configuration Utility.
I) Windows 95/98/ME Fresh Installation Instructions.
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Follow these instructions in this section if you are freshly installing
Windows 95/98/ME.

You may start up Windows 95/98/ME installation from CD. If your CD-ROM drive is
not bootable, your can start up with floppy diskettes.

1. Install Windows 95/98/ME using the onboard IDE controller. Do not plug in
CMD PCI-IDE controller card at this time.
2. When the operating system installation is completed and system is up and
running. Insert the CMD installation driver diskette into a 3.5" floppy
drive.
3. Press the "start" button on the Windows status bar.
4. Select "Run..."
5. Type "a:\win9x\setup"; where "a" is the identifying letter for the 3.5"
floppy drive.
6. After the Setup program copies the driver files from diskette to system
hard drive, the system will prompt "Shutdown the system and install the
PCI-64X IDE controller." When this prompt appears, click "OK" and remove
the installation diskette from the floppy drive.
Windows will shut down the system.
7. Inset CMD PCI-IDE controller into a PCI slot that supports bus-master DMA.
(Your computer's manual should identify the bus-master slots.)
8. Connect your IDE drives to the CMD PCI-IDE controller card.
9. Power up the system. The CMD PCI-IDE controller card on-board BIOS
should automatically detect the drives connected to it once power-up is
complete.
10. System will go through the enumeration process and detect new hardware.
At the end of the process, Windows will prompt "to finish setting up
your hew hardware, you must restart your computer." Simply select "No"
for this message and all the other messages that follow. Do a manual
restart from desktop instead (start -> shut down -> restart).
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