Centos CI-2500UB Download Drivers

Available 17 files for CI-2500UB
Company
Centos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Centos CI-2500UB
Description
PCI Ultra Wide SCSI Host Adapter
Operating Systems
Caldera OpenLinux 2.2
Size Driver
1.1Mb
File Name
ol2_2.zip
Info
Caldera OpenLinux 2.2 Installation Proceedures

This readme.txt file outlines the installation proceedure needed to install
Caldera 2.2 on a system using an Initio SCSI adapter. You will be required
to create a floppy disk from the files included in this package. Please format
a blank floppy with your current operating system (it does not matter which
OS) then go to the command prompt and switch to the directory that you unzipped
this package to. You should see three files initio.img, fcopy.exe and readme.txt.

Put the formatted floppy in the drive and enter the following command:

fcopy /Finitio.img a:

This will create the support disk that is needed for the installation.

Next you want to insert the Caldera boot floppy in the drive and reboot the machine,
as the machine is booting up you will see a LILO prompt at the beginning, you must
press SHIFT and the ? keys at this prompt immeditatly. If you are successful you
will be given a Boot: prompt at which you enter

install insmod=initio (if you have the INI-9XXX series adapter) or
install insmod=A100U2W (if you have the INI-A100U2W adapter)

The kernel will then be loaded from the Caldera boot floppy, as soon as it is done it
will show a new line saying "Booting Kernel" at this prompt you have about 5 seconds
to switch the floppy disks to the Initio floppy that you created earlier. At this point
the installation will continue and you should have no further issues.
Company
Centos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Centos CI-2500UB
Description
PCI Ultra Wide SCSI Host Adapter
Operating Systems
FreeBSD v3
Size Driver
1.9Mb
File Name
bsd3drv.zip
Info
INITIO SCSI Host Bus Adapters, such as inia100u2w and ini9xxx U/UW support the FreeBSD 3.0.
After unzipping the downloaded file, you get install1.img, kernel1.img, fcopy.exe, and this readbsd1.txt file.
You need to make two 3.5" 1.44MB floppy diskettes from the install1.img and the kernel1.img.

Here is the procedure showing how to create the two floppy diskettes and install OS and kernel.

Say, the downloaded file is in the c:\download dir, and you have unzipped it in the same directory.

1. Create the installation diskette:
a. Insert a DOS formatted 3.5" 1.44MB floppy diskette into the drive a:
b. C:\download>fcopy /finstall1.img a: and mark this diskette as Installation Disk

2. Create the kernel diskette:
a. Insert a DOS formatted 3.5" 1.44MB floppy diskette into the drive a:
b. C:\download>fcopy /fkernel1.img a: and mark this diskette as Kernel Disk

3. Install OS:
a. Connect the HDD and CD-ROM to the HBA, and insert the Installation Disk and boot from it
b. Press at the prompt boot:
c. I pick the beginner level to install and ignore the message "no disk found"
d. Choose the option of "Skip kernel Configuration and Continue Install"
e. I use entire HDD, and (q)uit
f. I select the option "Install the FreeBSD Boot Manager ("Booteasy") and (a)uto defaults for all and (q)uit
g. Install from a CDROM

4. Install kernel:
a. You then see the message, "Congratulations! You now have FreeBSD installed on your system"
b. Hit both keys and replace the Installation Disk with the Kernel Disk
c. Save the old kernel to another file name, say kernel_old, just in case you may need it back later
d. To transfer the new kernel from the Kernel Disk, at the prompt #, key in tar xf /dev/fd0 and then press
e. The prompt # comes in again and then press both keys to finish the OS installation
f. Take out the floppy diskette and boot the OS from the HDD, and I select the default to boot
g. That is all
Company
Centos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Centos CI-2500UB
Description
PCI Ultra Wide SCSI Host Adapter
Operating Systems
FreeBSD v4
Size Driver
28Kb
File Name
bsd4source.zip
Info
BSD Installation with Initio Controllers

While these procedures are easy, you should thoroughly read and understand
all the steps before you begin.

Copy the 3 source code files to /usr/src/sys/pci

Add one line in /usr/src/sys/conf/files:

/pci/i91u.c
Enter /usr/src/sys/i386/conf, copy the GENERIC configuration file
to the name you want to give your kernel, MY9100 for example.
Add one line in MY9100:

controller iha0

Type the following to compile and install your kernel:

# /usr/sbin/config MY9100
# cd ../../compile/MY9100
# make depend
# make
# make install

The new kernel will be copied to the root directory as /kernel and
the old kernel will be moved to /kernel.old. The new kernel contains
9xxx drivers.
Company
Centos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Centos CI-2500UB
Description
PCI Ultra Wide SCSI Host Adapter
Operating Systems
MS-DOS-Windows 3.1-95-98-NT
Version Driver
@2.14
Size Driver
189Kb
File Name
9xu231_1.zip
Info
For ME, 2000, XP the correct drivers are embedded on ME, 2000, XP CD and will be installed automatically for you during installation Index
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1 - Initio Technical Support
2 - Diskette Contents
3 - Description
4 - MS-DOS
5 - Windows 95/98
6 - INI-9200U/UW, INI-9400U/UW
7 - INICD.SYS
8 - INIDISK.SYS
9 - INIFDISK.EXE
Company
Centos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Centos CI-2500UB
Description
PCI Ultra Wide SCSI Host Adapter
Operating Systems
Netware 3.1x, 4.1x, 5.0
Version Driver
2.08
Size Driver
189Kb
File Name
9xu231_1.zip
Info
Index
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1 - Initio Technical Support
2 - Diskette Contents
3 - Description
4 - MS-DOS
5 - Windows 95/98
6 - INI-9200U/UW, INI-9400U/UW
7 - INICD.SYS
8 - INIDISK.SYS
9 - INIFDISK.EXE
Company
Centos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Centos CI-2500UB
Description
PCI Ultra Wide SCSI Host Adapter
Operating Systems
Os/2 3.X, 4.X
Version Driver
2.04
Size Driver
189Kb
File Name
9xu231_1.zip
Info
Index
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1 - Initio Technical Support
2 - Diskette Contents
3 - Description
4 - MS-DOS
5 - Windows 95/98
6 - INI-9200U/UW, INI-9400U/UW
7 - INICD.SYS
8 - INIDISK.SYS
9 - INIFDISK.EXE
Company
Centos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Centos CI-2500UB
Description
PCI Ultra Wide SCSI Host Adapter
Operating Systems
RedHat v5.1
Size Driver
1Mb
File Name
i91xxr51.zip
Info
RedHat 5.1 Installation with Initio Controllers

While these procedures are easy, you should thoroughly read and understand all the steps before you begin. You will also need to know what packages you wish to install in RedHat and of course what devices you have in your system.

Note: These procedures cover the INI-9xxxU/UW family of controllers. Specifically they will not work with the INI-9100, INI-9100A, INI-9100AS, INI-9100W adapters. They will work with the INI-9100U/UW, INI-9200U/UW,
INI-9400U/UW and INI-9520U/UW adapters.

For this installation we are assuming you have the mount point for the system set to drive sda1. If you are going to use a different partition you will have to adjust the commands and pointers accordingly.

The RedHat installation will require you to write 3 disk images to floppy disks. Two of these images are supplied by us (install.img and boot.img) in this package. The third image is the Root image on the RedHat CD in the /dosutils/autoboot directory called initrd.img. You may also want to copy the boot.img to a dos formatted floppy for use later. You can use rawrite, found on the RedHat CD in the /dosutils directory to write these images to floppy.

The process of writing the disk images to disk is very straight forward. Copy all three images to a temp directory. Copy the rawrite.exe file to the same directory. Have three blank floppy disks on hand. Put one floppy in drive A: and execute the rawrite utility with the following command:

rawrite -f install.img -d A: <----- This will write the Install disk (label it Install)
rawrite -f boot.img -d A: <----- This will write the Boot disk
(label it Boot)
rawrite -f initrd.img -d A: <----- This will write the Root disk
(label it Root)

You will now have 3 disks, Install, Boot and Root.
Insert the Install disk in the floppy disk and reboot the machine. (Watch the boot screens to make sure all your devices are listed correctly, if they are not listed you will not be able to access them). This will start the RedHat installation, you will be prompted to insert the Root disk and then after that you will be prompted to insert the RedHat CD. Follow the system prompts to complete the RedHat installation with whatever packages you wish to install.

At the completion of installation you will be prompted to remove the disks and reboot the machine, instead insert the Boot floppy in drive A: and reboot.

Your options here are: 1) Boot RedHat from the floppy disk, in which case you are done. 2) copy the kernel image to the hard drive so no boot disk will be necessary. If you wish to have the system boot from the hard drive the following steps will need to be done.

Locate the boot.img file from this package, copy the image to a floppy disk. Boot the system into RedHat using the Boot disk, login as Root. Change directory to the /boot directory on the hard drive.
Company
Centos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Centos CI-2500UB
Description
PCI Ultra Wide SCSI Host Adapter
Operating Systems
RedHat v5.2
Size Driver
1.3Mb
File Name
i91xxr52.zip
Info
RedHat 5.2 Installation with Initio Controllers

While these procedures are easy, you should thoroughly read and understand
all the steps before you begin. You will also need to know what packages you
wish to install in RedHat and of course what devices you have in your system.

For this installation we are assuming you have the mount point for the system
set to drive sda1. If you are going to use a different partition you will
have to adjust the commands and pointers accordingly.

The RedHat installation will require you to write 3 disk images to floppy disks.
Two of these images are supplied by Initio (install.img and boot.img) in this
package. The third image is the Root image on the RedHat CD in the /dosutils/autoboot
directory called initrd.img. You may also want to copy the boot.img to a dos
formatted floppy for use later. You can use rawrite, found on the RedHat CD
in the /dosutils directory to write these images to floppy.

The process of writing the disk images to disk is very straight forward.
Copy all three images to a temp directory. Copy the rawrite.exe file to the
same directory. Have three blank floppy disks on hand. Put one floppy in
drive A: and execute the rawrite utility with the following command:

rawrite -f install.img -d A: <----- This will write the Install disk (label it Install)
rawrite -f boot.img -d A: <----- This will write the Boot disk
(label it Boot)
rawrite -f initrd.img -d A: <----- This will write the Root disk
(label it Root)

You will now have 3 disks, Install, Boot and Root.
Insert the Install disk in the floppy disk and reboot the machine. (Watch
the boot screens to make sure all your devices are listed correctly, if they
are not listed you will not be able to access them). This will start the
RedHat installation, you will be prompted to insert the Root disk and then
after that you will be prompted to insert the RedHat CD. Follow the system
prompts to complete the RedHat installation with whatever packages you wish
to install.
Company
Centos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Centos CI-2500UB
Description
PCI Ultra Wide SCSI Host Adapter
Operating Systems
RedHat v6.0
Size Driver
1.2Mb
File Name
i91xx6.zip
Info
RedHat 6.0 Installation with Initio Controllers

While these procedures are easy, you should thoroughly read and understand
all the steps before you begin. You will also need to know what packages you
wish to install in RedHat and of course what devices you have in your system.

For this installation we are assuming you have the mount point for the system
set to drive sda1. If you are going to use a different partition you will
have to adjust the commands and pointers accordingly.

The RedHat installation will require you to write 3 disk images to floppy disks.
Two of these images are supplied by Initio (install.img and boot.img) in this
package. The third image is the Root image on the RedHat CD in the /dosutils/autoboot
directory called initrd.img. You may also want to copy the boot.img to a dos
formatted floppy for use later. You can use rawrite, found on the RedHat CD
in the /dosutils directory to write these images to floppy.

The process of writing the disk images to disk is very straight forward.
Copy all three images to a temp directory. Copy the rawrite.exe file to the
same directory. Have three blank floppy disks on hand. Put one floppy in
drive A: and execute the rawrite utility with the following command:

rawrite -f install.img -d A: <----- This will write the Install disk (label it Install)
rawrite -f boot.img -d A: <----- This will write the Boot disk
(label it Boot)
rawrite -f initrd.img -d A: <----- This will write the Root disk
(label it Root)

You will now have 3 disks, Install, Boot and Root.
Insert the Install disk in the floppy disk and reboot the machine. (Watch
the boot screens to make sure all your devices are listed correctly, if they
are not listed you will not be able to access them). This will start the
RedHat installation, you will be prompted to insert the Root disk and then
after that you will be prompted to insert the RedHat CD. Follow the system
prompts to complete the RedHat installation with whatever packages you wish
to install.
Company
Centos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Centos CI-2500UB
Description
PCI Ultra Wide SCSI Host Adapter Boot
Operating Systems
S.U.S.E.
Size Driver
1.3Mb
File Name
boot.zip
Company
Centos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Centos CI-2500UB
Description
PCI Ultra Wide SCSI Host Adapter Rescue
Operating Systems
S.U.S.E.
Size Driver
1.3Mb
File Name
rescue.zip
Company
Centos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Centos CI-2500UB
Description
PCI Ultra Wide SCSI Host Adapter Source
Operating Systems
S.U.S.E.
Size Driver
1.9Mb
File Name
source.zip
Info
INITIO SCSI Host Bus Adapters, such as inia100u2w and ini9xxx U/UW support the FreeBSD 3.0.
After unzipping the downloaded file, you get install1.img, kernel1.img, fcopy.exe, and this readbsd1.txt file.
You need to make two 3.5" 1.44MB floppy diskettes from the install1.img and the kernel1.img.

Here is the procedure showing how to create the two floppy diskettes and install OS and kernel.

Say, the downloaded file is in the c:\download dir, and you have unzipped it in the same directory.

1. Create the installation diskette:
a. Insert a DOS formatted 3.5" 1.44MB floppy diskette into the drive a:
b. C:\download>fcopy /finstall1.img a: and mark this diskette as Installation Disk

2. Create the kernel diskette:
a. Insert a DOS formatted 3.5" 1.44MB floppy diskette into the drive a:
b. C:\download>fcopy /fkernel1.img a: and mark this diskette as Kernel Disk

3. Install OS:
a. Connect the HDD and CD-ROM to the HBA, and insert the Installation Disk and boot from it
b. Press at the prompt boot:
c. I pick the beginner level to install and ignore the message "no disk found"
d. Choose the option of "Skip kernel Configuration and Continue Install"
e. I use entire HDD, and (q)uit
f. I select the option "Install the FreeBSD Boot Manager ("Booteasy") and (a)uto defaults for all and (q)uit
g. Install from a CDROM

4. Install kernel:
a. You then see the message, "Congratulations! You now have FreeBSD installed on your system"
b. Hit both keys and replace the Installation Disk with the Kernel Disk
c. Save the old kernel to another file name, say kernel_old, just in case you may need it back later
d. To transfer the new kernel from the Kernel Disk, at the prompt #, key in tar xf /dev/fd0 and then press
e. The prompt # comes in again and then press both keys to finish the OS installation
f. Take out the floppy diskette and boot the OS from the HDD, and I select the default to boot
g. That is all
Company
Centos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Centos CI-2500UB
Description
PCI Ultra Wide SCSI Host Adapter
Operating Systems
SCO OSR Unix, UnixWare Rel.2.31
Size Driver
95Kb
File Name
9xu231_2.zip
Info

The included IMAGE file can be used to construct Initio INI-9XXXU Driver
Disk 2, SCO Unix/Unixware Manager Set v.2.31. The included FCOPY.EXE
can expand the IMAGE file to create a UNIX format disk.

How to Use It:

1. Unzip the downloaded 9XU230_2.ZIP file which produces three files:
FCOPY.EXE
9XU230_2.IMG
README.TXT ( this file )

2. Insert a DOS preformatted 3.5" 1.44MB floppy diskette into the drive a:

3. Execute the following: fcopy /f9XU231_2.IMG a:

4. The Initio INI-9XXXU/9XXXUW Driver Disk 2 for SCO UNIX, UnixWare Rel.
2.31 is now created and ready to use. This floppy is not readable on
DOS machines and only usable on UNIX OS.
Company
Centos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Centos CI-2500UB
Description
PCI Ultra Wide SCSI Host Adapter
Operating Systems
Slackware 7.1.
Size Driver
812Kb
File Name
slackware71.zip
Info
This is the readme.txt file for the Initio support under
Slackware 7.1.
You will use these instructions to install Slackware on
your system when you have an Initio SCSI adapter.

The boot image contains support for the INIC-940, INIC-950
and INIC-1060 chipsets which are used on the following:

INI-9090U
INI-9100A
INI-9100U
INI-9100UW
INI-9200U
INI-9200UW
INI-9400U
INI-9400UW
INI-9520U
INI-9520UW
INI-A100U2W

So if you have one of the above adapters or an OEM adapter
with one of the above chipsets on it, the following will allow
you to install Slackware 7.1 on your SCSI drive.

OVERVIEW
What you are going to be doing is to create 2 floppy disks, one
called Boot and the other called Root. You will create these disks
from images, the boot image is included with this file the root
image is on the Slackware CD. You will be using a program called
rawrite to create these disks from the images, you will find the
rawrite program on the Slackware CD.
Okay, let's get started. You will want to create a temp directory
on your hard drive to work from. Then copy the initio.s file to
it. Next copy the rawrite.exe file from the Slackware CD in the
/bootdsks.144 directory to the temp dir. Next you will want to
copy the color.gz image file from the Slackware CD in the
/rootdsks directory to the temp directory.
Company
Centos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Centos CI-2500UB
Description
PCI Ultra Wide SCSI Host Adapter
Operating Systems
Solaris
Size Driver
95Kb
File Name
9xxx_solaris.zip
Info
Instructions for making the Solaris driver disk for the Initio SCSI adapter.
Unzip the archive and put the files into a temp dir on your hard drive such
as one named C:\temp.

Insert a formatted floppy disk into your floppy drive, run the following
command from the command line:

C:\temp\fcopy /fA100_Sol.img a: <--- for the A100U2W

C:\temp\fcopy /f9100_Sol.img a: <--- for the 9xxx series
NOTE: The 9xxx family includes the INI-9100A, INI-9090U, INI-9100U,
INI-9100UW, INI-9200U/UW, INI-9400U/UW and INI-9520U/UW

** It does NOT include the INI-9100, INI-9100W and INI-9100AS

This will give you a floppy with the Solaris drivers which you will use to
install under Solaris.

To install the drivers under Solaris during the installation of Solaris you
just need to follow the prompts to ADD drivers.
Company
Centos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Centos CI-2500UB
Description
PCI Ultra Wide SCSI Host Adapter
Operating Systems
Windows 2000 SP3-XP
Version Driver
@5.18
Size Driver
12Kb
File Name
win2k_uw.zip
Info
Resolves Win 2000 SP3 issues
Company
Centos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Centos CI-2500UB
Description
PCI Ultra Wide SCSI Host Adapter
Operating Systems
Windows 2000-XP-NT
Size Driver
175Kb
File Name
wnaspi32.zip
Info
This is Initio's WnASPI32 package for WinNT, Win2000 and WinXP version 1.8.

To install just run the setup.exe program.
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