Chronos MP810C Download Drivers

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Company
Chronos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Chronos MP810C
Description
SCSI Cards
Operating Systems
MS-DOS
Size Driver
404Kb
File Name
dos.zip
Info
Initio INI-9XXXU/UW Device Drivers for DOS
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1. Overview

Under the Microsoft DOS operating System, the INI-9100U/9100UW host adapter
BIOS will provide the necessary functions to support SCSI hard disks. The BIOS
supports up to two hard disk drives for DOS 4.01 and below. It supports more
than two (up to eight) hard disk drives for DOS 5.0 and above.

You don't have to install a device driver to access the hard disk. However
you need to install ASPI(Advance SCSI Programming Interface) device driver to
support other SCSI devices such as CDROMs, Tape drives, or Scanners.

The Initio INICD.SYS driver is an ASPI compliant SCSI CD-ROM driver for DOS operating system.

The DOSSETUP utility will install the Initio ASPI device driver
(ASPI910U.SYS) for DOS 3.3.1 or later. It will also optionally install the
Initio SCSI CD-ROM device driver(INICD.SYS).

2. Installation Procedures
1. Insert the diskette into your floppy drive.
2. Change to the drive letter that contains the diskette.

(e.g., C:>A:)

3. Type DOSSETUP.

A:>DOSSETUP

3. ASPI Driver(ASPI910U.SYS) Command Line Options

The standard format for command line in the CONFIG.SYS file is:

DEVICE=C:\INIASPI\ASPI910U.SYS [Driver Config Option]

Driver Config Options:

/D Verbose mode provides detail information about driver when
driver is inititalized
/L Drvier scan eight LUNs for each SCSI Target.
/Bx,yy Scan device only on PCI BUS x, DEVICE yy
The range for "x" is from 0 to 7.
The range for "yy" is from 0 to 20.
/Bx Scan all the devices on the PCI BUS x
The range for "x" is from 0 to 7.
/Syy Scan device only on the PCI BUS 0 & Device yy.
The range for "yy" is from 0 to 20.
/CCBSx Defines the maximum number of concurrent I/Os that driver
supports. The range for "x" is from 1 to 16.

3. CD-ROM Driver(INICD.SYS) Command Line Options

The standard format for command line in the CONFIG.SYS file is:

DEVICE=C:\INIASPI\INICD.SYS [Driver Config Option]

Driver Config Options:

/D: Specifies a logical name to the SCSI CD-ROM device driver.

/Xx:y:z Exclude a specific CD-ROM drive(SCSI H/A #x, ID #y, Lun #z)
from being controlled by SCSI CD-ROM driver. When SCSI ID and
LUN are not specified, all devices on the supplied host
adapter number will be excluded.

/T Specifies the timeout after which SCSI CD-ROM Driver returns
an error when the CD-ROM drive is not responding. Valid
timeout values are 1 through 9 minutes. The timeout default
value is 3 minutes.
Company
Chronos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Chronos MP810C
Description
SCSI Cards
Operating Systems
Netware
Size Driver
240Kb
File Name
netware.zip
Info
NETWARE README.TXT FOR NETWARE 3.1X, 4.1X AND 5.0
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NETWARE 3.1X
To use the INI-9xxxU/UW under NetWare 3.1x the system must be
upgraded to use the NetWarePeripheral Architecture (NWPA).

1. Create the directory SERVER.312
2. Copy NWPA_UP.EXE to C:\SERVER.312
3. Execute NWPA_UP.EXE in C:\SERVER.312 directory
4. Delete NBI.NLM and NWTAPE.CDM
5. Execute 312PTC.EXE in the same directory
6. Create the directory C:\SERVER.312\CDSAVE
7. Copy CDROM.NLM to C:\SERVER.312\CDSAVE
8. Copy INI9100.HAM and INI9100.DDI to the SERVER.312 directory
NEW NETWARE 3.1X INSTALLATION
9. Change to the NETWARE\ENGLISH directory on the installation CD
10. Enter INSTALL begin the installation routine
11. At the server console enter the following commands
12. Load the INI910.HAM driver LOAD C:\SERVER.312\INI9100.HAM
13. Continue the installation by loading INSTALL.NLM creating
partitions and volumes
14. Create STARTUP.NCF file
15. Create the AUTOEXEC.NCF file and add the following lines
before saving
16. At the server console enter the following command
17. Down and reboot the server
CURRENTLY INSTALLED 3.12 SERVER
9. Edit the STARTUP.NCF file and add the following lines after any
set parameter but before any file loading
10. Boot the server, dismount any CD-ROM volumes if mounted,
unload CDROM.NLM if loaded then load INSTALL.NLM
11. Edit the AUTOEXEC.NCF and replace the line that loads
CDROM.NLM with the following lines
12. Down and exit the server, then reboot

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NETWARE 4.1X
To use the INI-9XXXU/UW under NetWare 4.1x the system must be
upgraded to use the latest NetWare Peripheral Architecture
(NWPA)
1. Create the directory C:\UPDATE
2. Copy NWPA_UP.EXE to C:\update
3. Copy INI9100.HAM and INI9100.DDI to C:\UPDATE
4. Execute NWPA_UP.EXE in the C:\UPDATE directory
5. Delete NBI31X.NLM, NWTAPE.CDM and NWTAPE.DDI
NEW NETWARE 4.11 INSTALLATION
6. Begin the installation routine (INSTALL.BAT on the root of
the install CD)
7. When prompted to edit the STARTUP.NCF file by placing the
following line after any set parameter but before any file
loading
8. When prompted to select a device driver to load, select
INI9100.HAM from the
9. Continue installation
10. When prompted to add any lines to the AUTOEXEC.NCF file add
the following lines
11. Down and exit he server
CURRENTLY INSTALLED 4.11 SERVER
6. From DOS edit the STARTUP.NCF file and add the following lines
after any set parameters but before any file loading
7. Boot the server and dismount any CD-ROM volumes if mounted and
unload CDROM.NLM if loaded
8. Edit the AUTOEXEC.NCF file and replace the line to load
CDROM.NLM with the following line, and save the file
9. Down the server and reboot

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NETWARE 5.0
NEW NETWARE 5.0 INSTALATION
1. Begin the install routine (INSTALL.BAT from the root of the
installation CD)
2. At the screen listing detected device drivers select MODIFY
3. Select STORAGE ADAPTERS and press ENTER
4. Delete INI9100.HAM
5. Press INS twice followed by F3 to add a driver
6. Place the INI-9XXXU/UW driver diskette into the floppy drive
and press enter
7. At the next screen select RETURN TO DRIVER SUMMARY
8. Continue the installation as described in the User's Manual.
Company
Chronos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Chronos MP810C
Description
SCSI Cards
Operating Systems
OS2
Size Driver
51Kb
File Name
os2.zip
Info
Initio 9100U/9100UW Device Driver(V2.04) for OS/2 3.X & 4.X
I) Installation procedures for INI-9100U/9100UW OS/2 3.X & 4.X device driver:

i) installed as a secondary controller
1) Open the OS/2 System Folder.
2) Open the System Setup Folder.
3) Double-click "Device Driver Install".
4) Insert the Initio installation diskette into your floppy drive.
5) Change to the OS/2 directory.
6) Choose INI910U.ADD, then click INSTALL.
7) After the installation is done, OS/2 will report the status.

ii) installed as a primary controller
1) Make backup copies of the OS/2 Diskette 1.
2) Copy the INI910U.ADD onto OS/2 Diskette 1.
3) Modify the config.sys file on Diskette 1 to add
BASEDEV=INI910U.ADD /V
4) Install OS/2 using the backup Diskette 1

II) Driver configuration options:

/V Verbose mode provides detail information about driver when
driver is initialized
/!V Non Verbose mode (default)
/ET Driver assumes that all targets have more than one LUN (default)
/!ET Driver assumes that all targets only have LUN 0
/Q:x Specifies maximum number of tag commands per target
/!Q No tag command
/B:(d,dd),. Scan devices only on PCI BUS d, DEVICE dd
/B:d Scan all the devices on the PCI BUS d
/T:xxxx Target enable mask WORD (Default scan all targets)

/A:d Adapter IDs are assigned based on BIOS address and
then PCI device address
/DM:d,.. Enable direct access storage device (DASD) support on target d
/!DM:d,.. Disable DASD manager support on target d
/SM:d,.. Enable SCSI manager support on target d
/!SM:d,.. Disable SCSI manager support on target d
Company
Chronos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Chronos MP810C
Description
SCSI Cards
Operating Systems
UNIX
Size Driver
290Kb
File Name
unix.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
Chronos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Chronos MP810C
Description
SCSI Cards
Operating Systems
Utility
Size Driver
301Kb
File Name
utility.zip
Company
Chronos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Chronos MP810C
Description
SCSI Cards
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98
Size Driver
92Kb
File Name
win95.zip
Info
Readme for PCI ISDN Card under Windows 95
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1. Alterations against manual:
-----------------------------------

1.1 a-law/-law switch:

a-law/-law selection is made automatically by selected
D-Channel protocol. You may override this automatic selection by
using this configuration switch.
To change this setting open the network control panel and display
the properties of the 'PCI ISDN Card WAN-Miniport + CAPI 2.0'.
Switch to the 'advanced' tab on the property pages and
select 'a/b Speech coding'. Change the value to your needs.
You will have to reboot before the change will take effect.
2. Limitations / Known issues:
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2.1 Installation under old Windows 95 version (4.00.950):

While copying the files from the Windows 95 CD onto the harddisk
Windows pops up a window with the message that some files on the
harddisk are newer than the one which should be copied:
- PPPMAC.VXD
- NDIS.VXD
Company
Chronos
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Chronos MP810C
Description
SCSI Cards
Operating Systems
Windows NT
Size Driver
28Kb
File Name
nt.zip
Info
INSTALLATION GUIDE FOR THE SDMS DRIVER SYMC8XX.SYS V4.02.00

This file describes the features and use of the Symbios Logic SDMS device
driver for the Windows NT 3.5x/4.x operating system environment. It is divided
into the following sections:

Introduction for Windows NT 3.5x/4.x
Features
Description
Installing Your SYMC8XX.SYS Driver
Preparing a Symbios Driver Diskette
New System Installation
Existing System Installation
Windows NT 4.x
Windows NT 3.5x
Command Line Options
Performance Tuning for NT 4.0
Large Block Size Support
Maximum Number of Concurrent I/Os
Disk Mirroring
Troubleshooting
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