Koutech KW-801V60 Download Drivers

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Company
Koutech
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Koutech KW-801V60
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
MS-Dos-Windows 95-98-98Se-Me-NT
Size Driver
1.2Mb
File Name
kw-801v60.zip
Info
INSTALLATION GUIDE FOR THE SDMS 4.0 DOS DRIVERS

This file describes the features and use of the Symbios Logic SDMS device
drivers for the DOS/Windows operating system environment. It is divided
into the following sections:

Introduction
When you need to load drivers
Automatic Installation of SDMS for DOS/Windows
Using the DOS Installation Utility
About Your ASPI8XX.SYS Driver
Features
Description
Installing Your ASPI8XX.SYS Driver
Command Line Options
Troubleshooting
About Your SYMDISK.SYS Driver
Features
Description
Installing Your SYMDISK.SYS Driver
Command Line Options
Troubleshooting
About Your SYMCD.SYS Driver
Features
Description
Installing Your SYMCD.SYS Driver
Command Line Options
Troubleshooting
About Your WIN8XX.386 Driver
Features
Description
Installing Your WIN8XX.386 Driver
Command Line Options
Troubleshooting
Important Additional Information For Windows Users
Enabling 32-bit Disk and File Access
Important Additional Information For DOS Users
Assignment of Drive Letters
Using the SDMS DOS Utilities
SCSI Low-Level Format Utility
Host Adapter Flash Utility

********************** Introduction *************************

In SDMS 4.0, the SCSI BIOS for the Symbios Logic family of PCI SCSI
chips is capable of mapping SCSI hard disk drives behind any non-SCSI
hard disk drives (IDE, ESDI, etc.) within the same system. A driverless
solution will allow connection of up to 24 hard drives (SCSI and non-SCSI)
under DOS 5.0 and above.

Full Virtual DMA Services (VDS), including features such as scatter-gather,
are also supported by the SCSI BIOS. Therefore, to gain maximum
performance, you should disable any double buffer option provided by disk
caching software (such as MicrosoftÕs SMARTDRV.EXE) for all drives
handled through SDMS.
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