Maxtor Ultra Ata 100 PCI Adapter Card Bios Flash Download Drivers

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Company
Maxtor
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Maxtor Ultra Ata 100 PCI Adapter Card Bios Flash
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
MS-Dos-Windows 95-98-98Se-Me-NT-2000-XP
Version Driver
2.01.0.43
Size Driver
64Kb
File Name
usb20.exe
Info
This BIOS flash version 2.01.0 (Build 43) replaces, BIOS version 2.01.0 (Build 27) and allows support for drives larger than 137 Gigabytes, on Ultra ATA 100 PCI Adapter Cards only. - This BIOS update is recomMended only when connecting drives larger than 137 Gigabytes to an Ultra ATA /100 PCI Adapter Card. - BIOS version 2.01.0 (Build 43) does not offer any performance increase over BIOS version 2.01.0 (Build 27) - Version 2.01.0 (Build 43) requires supporting 48-Bit driver version 2.0.0050.42. This is an advanced utility and its use is recomMended for advanced users only.

After downloading U100B43.EXE insert a new formatted floppy into the A:\ drive. Double click on the U100B43.EXE icon, the files will automatically load on to the floppy. The two files that load to the floppy are PTIFLASH.EXE, 267B43.BIN. The BIOS flash does not run in a Windows environMent and is not bootable, you must first boot the system to a Windows 95/98/Me startup disk. Power the system off, and disconnect all Hard Disk data Cables fRom the ultra controller. Insert the Windows 95/98/Me startup disk into the A:\ drive and power the system on. After the system boots to the A: drive, remove the startup disk and insert the disk with the U100B43 BIOS into the A:\ drive. Follow the instructions below to perform the update.
As a precaution It is recomMended to disconnect any drives that are connected to the Ultra ATA 100 PCI Adapter Card before performing the BIOS flash.
Step-by-Step Procedure
1. After the system boots to the A:\ pRompt and you have inserted the floppy with the U100B43 BIOS into the A:\ drive.
2. FRom the A:\ pRompt type PTIFLASH and press [Enter] this will execute the Flash Memory Utility.
3. The Old BIOS needs to be backed up first. Press number 1 on the keyboard this will display the Backup BIOS screen.
4. Press the [Backspace] key to move the flashing cursor to the left side of the field, then type A:\OLDB27.BIN and press the [Enter] key.
5. After a moMent the Backup Success box will display with the naMe of the saved file. Press [Enter] to continue.
6. FRom the flashing cursor after Please Select: press number 2 on your keyboard. The Update BIOS screen will appear.
7. Press the Backspace key to move the cursor to the far left of the field and type 267B43.BIN and press [Enter].
8. After the Update Success screen appears, remove the floppy fRom the A:\ drive and power the system off.
9. Power the system on to check the BIOS revision of the Ultra ATA PCI Adapter Card.
10. When the Card is detected on the system, the new BIOS revision will show as Ultra100 BIOS Version 2.01.0 (Build 43).
11. The BIOS has flashed successfully and you can power the system off, reconnect cabling to the Ultra controller and restart the system.
12. After the system boots to the Windows desktop, replace the existing Ultra Host driver with supporting 48-Bit version 2.0.0050.42.
DisclaiMer: This DocuMent is provided as is without any warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied. In no event will MAXTOR CORPORATION be liable to you for any damages, including any loss of profit or savings, arising out of the use or inability to use the information contained in this docuMent. Maxtor Corporation makes no representations or warranties with respect to the contents hereof and specifically disclaims any implied warranties of Merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose.

Step-by-Step Procedures

NOTE: Maxtor recomMends that you use a new floppy diskette.

Download USB20.exe to your Windows computer.
Insert a formatted bLank floppy diskette into drive A:
Locate the file and double-click on it.
The file will automatically pRompt you to unzip and the default location is the A: floppy drive.
Follow all on-screen pRompts.
Now you are ready to use your Maxtor USB20.exe drivers diskette. See the current USB 2.0 PCI Adapter Card Installation Guide for operating system assistance.

DisclaiMer: This DocuMent is provided as is without any warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied. In no event will MAXTOR CORPORATION be liable to you for any damages, including any loss of profit or savings, arising out of the use or inability to use the information contained in this docuMent. Maxtor Corporation makes no representations or warranties with respect to the contents hereof and specifically disclaims any implied warranties of Merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose.


Step-by-step Procedures
NOTE: Maxtor recomMends that you use a new floppy diskette.
1. Download the Serial ATA/150 PCI Adapter Card Driver to your Windows computer.
2. Insert a formatted bLank floppy diskette into drive A:
3. Locate the file and double-click on it.
4. The file will automatically pRompt you to unzip and the default location is the A: floppy drive.
5. Follow all on-screen pRompts.
Now you are ready to use your Maxtor Serial ATA/150 driver diskette. See the current Serial ATA/150 PCI Adapter Card Installation Guide for operating system assistance.
DisclaiMer: This DocuMent is provided as is without any warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied. In no event will MAXTOR CORPORATION be liable to you for any damages, including any loss of profit or savings, arising out of the use or inability to use the information contained in this docuMent. Maxtor Corporation makes no representations or warranties with respect to the contents hereof and specifically disclaims any implied warranties of Merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose.


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