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Company
Iwill
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Iwill SIde-2936UWE
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
MS-Dos
Size Driver
233Kb
File Name
uwe_dos.exe
Info
Introduction
------------

ADVDISK is an ASPI Disk Driver for MS-DOS. It is an installable
device driver that is loaded in the CONFIG.SYS file. To install,
copy ADVDISK.EXE to your boot drive (C:) and add this line to
CONFIG.SYS:

DEVICE = C:\ADVDISK.EXE

Current version is 3.04, which supports 512 byte, 1024 byte and
2048 byte sectors. The Advdisk partitions are compatible with
NT 4.0 format. WIN 95 can also read ADVDISK partitioned disks.
However, a WIN 95 partitioned disk cannot be recognized by ADVDISK.

This version also supports SuperFloppy format media. It means that
ADVDISK can recognize SuperFloppy media formatted by WIN95, NT, and
OS/2, and reversely other OS can recognize the ADVDISK's formatted
media too. ADVDISK provides its own utility which can format a media
as SuperFloppy media. See command line option "FORMAT" for details.

Command line options
--------------------

ADVDISK is actually two components: the resident driver (installed
in CONFIG.SYS) and the executable (run from the DOS command line).
Each component has its own set of command-line options.

The resident driver recognizes these options:

/P
The driver will pause after loading.

/X=h,i
ADVDISK will, by default, attempt to use all fixed, removable, and
magneto-optical disk drives it finds on the SCSI bus. If a
particular device is being used by another driver, add this
exclude option to the command line, and ADVDISK will not control
the device. For example:

DEVICE = C:\ADVDISK.EXE /X=0,3

will exclude the device on host 0 with device ID 3 from control.

/R=n
ADVDISK will only reserve one drive letter for each REMOVABLE
device. Under most circumstances, this is sufficient. However,
if the medium used by this device has more than one partition
on it, ADVDISK will need to reserve more drive letters for each
device. For example, if using a device with two partitions, use:

DEVICE = C:\ADVDISK.EXE /R=2

If ADVDISK does not detect as many partitions on the medium as
specified to reserve, it will report "drive not ready" for the
undefined partitions.

The executable component of ADVDISK has its own set of command-line
options.

/? or /H
Displays a usage screen detailing all the command-line options
available.
MAP
ADVDISK will display a map, showing which SCSI devices are
associated with DOS drive letters, and their lock status.
Company
Iwill
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Iwill SIde-2936UWE
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Size Driver
25Kb
File Name
uwe_w2k.exe
Info
Supported Adapters
==================

The AdvanSys Windows 2000 Driver supports AdvanSys Host Adapter Cards
listed below.

ASB3902-00 - PCI (FAST) SCSI Host Adapter
ASB3905-00 - PCI (FAST) SCSI Host Adapter
ABP3922-00 - PCI (FAST) SCSI Host Adapter
ABP3925-00 - PCI (FAST) SCSI Host Adapter
ASB3940UA-00 - PCI (ULTRA) SCSI Host Adapter
Description of Driver Installation Files
========================================

The latest versions of these files are contained in the Support section
of the ConnectCom web site (http://www.connectcom.net).

w2kasc.txt This installation instruction file

w2kasc.inf Driver setup script file: for use during the
Windows phase of Windows 2000 installation, or
for installing drivers during normal operations
of Windows 2000.

w2kasc.sys AdvanSys Fast/Ultra Narrow SCSI Adapter Win2K driver

w2kasc.cat This is either the actual Digital Signature File,
or when the Digital Signature File is not yet
available, a place holder file. (Not essential for
driver installation.)

Creating the "Windows 2000 AdvanSys Driver" Diskette
====================================================

NOTE: You can skip this step if you have the AdvanSys release
diskette. It is already set up as a driver diskette to allow you
to install the AdvanSys driver.

To create a driver diskette for installing the AdvanSys Driver
to a new or existing Windows 2000 (Win2K) system, copy all of
the Win2K driver files (w2kasc.inf, w2kasc.sys, w2kasc.cat)
to the top directory of a DOS formatted floppy diskette. Label
the diskette "Windows 2000 AdvanSys Driver" and also record the
driver version number for future references.
New Windows 2000 Installation
=============================

This is the instruction for installing Windows 2000 onto a new
SCSI drive connected to the SCSI Adapter. The Windows NT setup can
be started by booting from the "Windows 2000 Installation" diskettes,
or by booting from the Windows 2000 CD-ROM. (Booting from a SCSI
CD-ROM requires that the CD-ROM is connected to a SCSI Adapter
that has its CD Boot feature enabled: hit Ctrl-A when the SCSI Adapter
BIOS banner shows up to see what features are enabled.)

When the text phase of the Windows 2000 setup first appears, the setup
will ask if you would like to install support for SCSI or RAID type
devices. As driver support for the AdvanSys Fast/Ultra Narrow SCSI
Adapter is already built into the Windows 2000 CD-ROM, you do not have
to install additional drivers support for it.
Company
Iwill
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Iwill SIde-2936UWE
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98
Size Driver
222Kb
File Name
uwe_w9x.exe
Info
Supported Adapters
==================

The AdvanSys Windows 95/98/Me Driver supports AdvanSys Host Adapter Cards
listed below.
ASB3940UW - Single Channel, 32-bit, 33 Mhz PCI Bus Master
Ultra Wide (SE) SCSI

ASB3950UW - Dual Channel, 32-bit, 33 Mhz PCI Bus Master
1st Channel: Ultra Wide (SE)
2nd Channel: Ultra Wide (SE)

ASB3940U2W - Single Channel, 32-bit, 33 Mhz PCI Bus Master
Ultra2 Wide (LVD/SE)

ASB3950U2W - Dual Channel, 32-bit, 33 Mhz PCI Bus-Master
1st Channel: Ultra Wide (SE)
2nd Channel: Ultra2 Wide (LVD/SE)

ASB3950U160MW - Dual Channel, 64-bit, 66 Mhz PCI Bus Master
1st Channel plus 2nd Channel:
Ultra 160M Wide (LVD/SE)

SE - Single Ended
LVD/SE - Low Voltage Differential or Single Ended. The SCSI I/O
cells detect the mode (LVD or SE) of the attached devices
and operate in that mode. Note if a single SE device is
attached to the SCSI bus all devices on the SCSI bus operate
in SE mode.


Description of Driver Installation Files
========================================

The latest versions of these files are contained in the Support section
of the ConnectCom web site (http://www.connectcom.net).

w9xadv.txt This installation instruction file

w9xadv.inf Windows 95/98/Me driver setup script file

w9xadv.mpd AdvanSys UW/U2W/U160MW SCSI Adapter Win95/98/Me driver

w9xadv.cat This is either the actual Digital Signature File,
or when the Digital Signature File is not yet
available, a place holder file. (Not essential for
driver installation.)
Creating the "Windows 95/98/Me AdvanSys Driver" Diskette
========================================================

NOTE: You can skip this step if you have the AdvanSys release
diskette. It is already set-up as a driver diskette to allow you
to install the AdvanSys driver using it.

To create a driver diskette for installing the AdvanSys Driver
to a new or existing Windows 95/98/Me system, copy all of the
Windows 95/98/Me release files (w9xadv.inf, w9xadv.mpd, w9xadv.cat)
to the top directory of a DOS formatted floppy diskette. Label the
diskette "Windows 95/98/Me AdvanSys Driver" and also record the driver
version number for future references.

The Windows 95/98/Me help system or manual contains instructions for
upgrading drivers and for installing new devices using files from
a driver diskette.
NOTE: If a driver setup program is provided to help install the drivers,
then all you need to do is to run the program. You should run the
program before physically installing the adapter card into the
computer. This ensures a successful installation.
Company
Iwill
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Iwill SIde-2936UWE
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows NT4
Size Driver
676Kb
File Name
uwe_wnt.exe
Info
Instruction for Manual Installation
***********************************

step 1: Make sure no other ASPI support files are installed in the system.
If ASPI files exist in the system (e.g. wnaspi32.dll, cdr4vsd.sys
or aspi32.sys from Adaptec (TM)), then you should not do this
installation. Note: Adaptec's applications require the special
support of Adaptec provided ASPI files in order to run properly.
ASPI support file description
=============================
ntaspi32.reg (Contains information to be imported into the NT registry)
wnaspi32.dll (The file needed by applications that requires ASPI support)
ntaspi32.sys (The companion file used by wnaspi32.dll to "talk" to WinNT)
step 2: Using Windows Explorer, open the folder where the ntaspi32.reg
file icon is located. Double click on the file. This should
automatically import the data that is in the ntaspi32.reg file
into the NT registry.

step 3: Copy wnaspi32.dll into the c:\WINNT\SYSTEM32 directory

step 4: Copy ntaspi32.sys into the c:\WINNT\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS directory

Step 5: re-boot the system

Installation is now complete.

---------------------------------------------------------
Uninstallation note:

To uninstall, just delete the wnaspi32.dll and ntaspi32.sys from the
system. The registry entry need not be deleted. However, if you
are an advanced user, and would like to remove the registry entry
as well, the registry key to delete is
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\ntaspi32
HelpDrivers Since March 2000