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Company
Iwill
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Iwill SIde-Raid66
Description
Drivers HPT368
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Version Driver
v1.08
Size Driver
29Kb
File Name
r66_w2k.zip
Info
This readme provides the information needed to install and use the HPT368
device driver for Microsoft Windows NT 4.0.

The Windows NT sub-directory (\NT) on the driver diskette contains the
following files:
HPT368.SYS A HPT368 device driver for Windows NT 4.0
OEMSETUP.INF A file used by Windows NT 4.0 Setup for driver
installation
README.TXT An ASCII text file describing the HPT368 device
driver for Windows NT 4.0
TEXTSETUP.OEM A file used during Windows NT installation
HPT368.TAG A tag file required during during Windows NT installation
DISK1 A flag of device driver which is required during Windows
NT installation

When Windows NT is up, then install HPT368 device driver as following

1. Installing Device Driver
1. Open My Computer
2. Open Control Panel
3. Double click icon SCSI Adapters
4. Click Drivers
5. Click Add...
6. Click Have Disk...
7. Insert the floppy diskette containing HPT368 Windows NT 4.0 device
driver into drive A, and type in "A:\NT[Enter]", then click OK
8. Select HPT368 Ultra DMA Controller, you will be asked to enter the
full path to the HPT368 Ultra DMA Controller files, type in A:\NT
and then click Continue
9. When asked to restart your computer, click Yes

Your hard disk drive attached to the HPT368 host adapter must be
partitioned and formatted before you can access it. Please see
Partitioning Your Hard Disk to know how to partition and format a hard
disk drive.

2. Checking the Installation
If you want to check if the HPT368 host adapter and its device driver are
correctly installed, you can:
1. Open My Computer
2. Open Control Panel
3. Double click icon SCSI Adapters
4. You should see the item HPT368 Ultra DMA Controller (started) listed

3. Partitioning Your Hard Disk
If the hard disk drive attached to the HPT368 host adapter has not been
partitioned and formatted yet, you need to partition it first. To
partition the hard disk drive attached to the HPT368 host adapter, follow
the following steps:
1. Click the Startup button
2. Go to Administrative Tools (Common)
3. Run Disk Administrator
4. Select disk number you would like to partition
5. Select the menu Partition
6. Decide the partition size create partition of the size
7. Exit Disk Administrator
8. Select the new created partition (logical disk drive) and format it

4. Troubleshooting
The boot manager for Windows NT contains recovery logic to allow you to
return to the last known good configuration. If you have changed your
host adapter configuration and Windows NT no longer boots, follow these
steps to recover:
1. Undo any hardware changes you have made to the computer since it was
last operational.
2. Reboot the computer. Watch the display carefully during booting up.
If the following message appears, press the Spacebar and follow the
instructions on the display screen to continue booting with the last
known good configuration:
Press spacebar NOW to invoke the Last Known Good menu
3. Once your computer is operational again, check all of the hardware and
software configuration changes you want to make. Look specially for
conflicts with parts of the existing system configuration that are not
being changed.
Company
Iwill
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Iwill SIde-Raid66
Description
Drivers HPT368 Array Utility
Operating Systems
Windows 98-Me-2000-NT
Size Driver
896Kb
File Name
r66_array.zip
Company
Iwill
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Iwill SIde-Raid66
Description
Drivers HPT368
Operating Systems
Windows 98-NT
Version Driver
v1.09
Size Driver
52Kb
File Name
r66_98nt.zip
Info
This readme provides the information needed to install and use the HPT368
device driver for Microsoft Windows NT 4.0.

The Windows NT sub-directory (\NT) on the driver diskette contains the
following files:
HPT368.SYS A HPT368 device driver for Windows NT 4.0
OEMSETUP.INF A file used by Windows NT 4.0 Setup for driver
installation
README.TXT An ASCII text file describing the HPT368 device
driver for Windows NT 4.0
TEXTSETUP.OEM A file used during Windows NT installation
HPT368.TAG A tag file required during during Windows NT installation
DISK1 A flag of device driver which is required during Windows
NT installation

When Windows NT is up, then install HPT368 device driver as following

1. Installing Device Driver
1. Open My Computer
2. Open Control Panel
3. Double click icon SCSI Adapters
4. Click Drivers
5. Click Add...
6. Click Have Disk...
7. Insert the floppy diskette containing HPT368 Windows NT 4.0 device
driver into drive A, and type in "A:\NT[Enter]", then click OK
8. Select HPT368 Ultra DMA Controller, you will be asked to enter the
full path to the HPT368 Ultra DMA Controller files, type in A:\NT
and then click Continue
9. When asked to restart your computer, click Yes

Your hard disk drive attached to the HPT368 host adapter must be
partitioned and formatted before you can access it. Please see
Partitioning Your Hard Disk to know how to partition and format a hard
disk drive.

2. Checking the Installation
If you want to check if the HPT368 host adapter and its device driver are
correctly installed, you can:
1. Open My Computer
2. Open Control Panel
3. Double click icon SCSI Adapters
4. You should see the item HPT368 Ultra DMA Controller (started) listed

3. Partitioning Your Hard Disk
If the hard disk drive attached to the HPT368 host adapter has not been
partitioned and formatted yet, you need to partition it first. To
partition the hard disk drive attached to the HPT368 host adapter, follow
the following steps:
1. Click the Startup button
2. Go to Administrative Tools (Common)
3. Run Disk Administrator
4. Select disk number you would like to partition
5. Select the menu Partition
6. Decide the partition size create partition of the size
7. Exit Disk Administrator
8. Select the new created partition (logical disk drive) and format it

4. Troubleshooting
The boot manager for Windows NT contains recovery logic to allow you to
return to the last known good configuration. If you have changed your
host adapter configuration and Windows NT no longer boots, follow these
steps to recover:
1. Undo any hardware changes you have made to the computer since it was
last operational.
2. Reboot the computer. Watch the display carefully during booting up.
If the following message appears, press the Spacebar and follow the
instructions on the display screen to continue booting with the last
known good configuration:
Press spacebar NOW to invoke the Last Known Good menu
3. Once your computer is operational again, check all of the hardware and
software configuration changes you want to make. Look specially for
conflicts with parts of the existing system configuration that are not
being changed.
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