Comtrol RocketPort Jet Download Drivers and Manual

Available 6 files for RocketPort Jet
Company
Comtrol
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Comtrol RocketPort Jet
Description
Hardware and Software Installation
Operating Systems
Manual PDF for MS-DOS
Version Manual
B
Size Manual
213Kb
File Name
rp_jet.pdf
Info
Hardware and Software Installation Quick Start

Product Overview
The RocketPort Jet adapter is a PCI controller board that you can install to upgrade a PC computer to have multiple RS-232 (UART) ports. The RocketPort Jet low-profile form factor can fit into either a low-profile PCI or standard size PCI slot that supports 3.3 and 5.0V PCI bus architecture. See Product Specifications on Page 6 for more detailed information about the RocketPort Jet.
Note: Make sure that you have performed any necessary procedures in Pin
Assignments and Jumper Settings on Page 2 before installing the
RocketPort Jet.
The RocketPort Jet supports the following operating systems:
• DOS, see the readme.txt file in the DOS subdirectory on the CD for DOS set up
information.
• Linux®, the Linux driver is built into the kernel, see the rp_jet_linux.txt file in
the Linux subdirectory on the CD for set up procedures.
• Windows® NT
• Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003
DOS: See the readme.txt file in the DOS subdirectory on the CD for DOS set up
information.
After Microsoft® driver installations, configure the correct data rate at
14.745MHz frequency or by automatic frequency detection for proper
operation, excluding Windows NT.

Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 Installations
Use the following procedure to install the RocketPort Jet in a Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003 system.
1. Check to see if you need to change any jumper settings using 2-Port on Page 2
or 4-Port on Page 3.
2. Power off the system.
3. Insert the RocketPort Jet into an available PCI slot.
Note: Make sure that you have performed any necessary procedures in Pin
Assignments and Jumper Settings on Page 2 before installing the
RocketPort Jet.
4. Power up the system and insert the RocketPort Jet Driver and Documentation
CD.
5. When the operating system displays the Found New Hardware Wizard, click
Next.
6. Select Search for a suitable driver for my device (Recommended), click Next, and
make sure the Driver and Documentation CD is in the CD-ROM or DVD drive
7. Under Specify a location insure that it is the only option checked and click Next.
8. Enter the letter for the CD-ROM or DVD drive and click Browse. For example:
d:\ or e:\.
9. Browse to the location of the driver, for example: E:\Windows, and click OK.
10. When the Wizard indicates that it found a driver for the UART, click Next.
11. Select Finish.
12. Repeat Steps 5 through 11 for the PCI bridge and each port on the RocketPort
Jet.
After Microsoft® driver installations, configure the correct data rate at
14.745MHz frequency or by automatic frequency detection for proper
operation.
13. Use the following procedure to verify that the RocketPort Jet is installed
correctly and to set the frequency settings for Windows 2000, WIndows XP,
and Windows Server 2003.
a. Right-click My Computer, select Manage, and click Device Manager.
b. Double-click Multifunction adapters, if there is no yellow ! or ? before the
following entries the driver has started correctly:
- OX16PCI954 PCI UARTs
- OX16PCI95x PCI bridge
Company
Comtrol
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Comtrol RocketPort Jet
Description
Hardware and Software Installation
Operating Systems
Manual PDF for Windows 2000
Version Manual
B
Size Manual
213Kb
File Name
rp_jet.pdf
Info
Hardware and Software Installation Quick Start

Product Overview
The RocketPort Jet adapter is a PCI controller board that you can install to upgrade a PC computer to have multiple RS-232 (UART) ports. The RocketPort Jet low-profile form factor can fit into either a low-profile PCI or standard size PCI slot that supports 3.3 and 5.0V PCI bus architecture. See Product Specifications on Page 6 for more detailed information about the RocketPort Jet.
Note: Make sure that you have performed any necessary procedures in Pin
Assignments and Jumper Settings on Page 2 before installing the
RocketPort Jet.
The RocketPort Jet supports the following operating systems:
• DOS, see the readme.txt file in the DOS subdirectory on the CD for DOS set up
information.
• Linux®, the Linux driver is built into the kernel, see the rp_jet_linux.txt file in
the Linux subdirectory on the CD for set up procedures.
• Windows® NT
• Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003
DOS: See the readme.txt file in the DOS subdirectory on the CD for DOS set up
information.
After Microsoft® driver installations, configure the correct data rate at
14.745MHz frequency or by automatic frequency detection for proper
operation, excluding Windows NT.

Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 Installations
Use the following procedure to install the RocketPort Jet in a Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003 system.
1. Check to see if you need to change any jumper settings using 2-Port on Page 2
or 4-Port on Page 3.
2. Power off the system.
3. Insert the RocketPort Jet into an available PCI slot.
Note: Make sure that you have performed any necessary procedures in Pin
Assignments and Jumper Settings on Page 2 before installing the
RocketPort Jet.
4. Power up the system and insert the RocketPort Jet Driver and Documentation
CD.
5. When the operating system displays the Found New Hardware Wizard, click
Next.
6. Select Search for a suitable driver for my device (Recommended), click Next, and
make sure the Driver and Documentation CD is in the CD-ROM or DVD drive
7. Under Specify a location insure that it is the only option checked and click Next.
8. Enter the letter for the CD-ROM or DVD drive and click Browse. For example:
d:\ or e:\.
9. Browse to the location of the driver, for example: E:\Windows, and click OK.
10. When the Wizard indicates that it found a driver for the UART, click Next.
11. Select Finish.
12. Repeat Steps 5 through 11 for the PCI bridge and each port on the RocketPort
Jet.
After Microsoft® driver installations, configure the correct data rate at
14.745MHz frequency or by automatic frequency detection for proper
operation.
13. Use the following procedure to verify that the RocketPort Jet is installed
correctly and to set the frequency settings for Windows 2000, WIndows XP,
and Windows Server 2003.
a. Right-click My Computer, select Manage, and click Device Manager.
b. Double-click Multifunction adapters, if there is no yellow ! or ? before the
following entries the driver has started correctly:
- OX16PCI954 PCI UARTs
- OX16PCI95x PCI bridge
Company
Comtrol
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Comtrol RocketPort Jet
Description
Hardware and Software Installation
Operating Systems
Manual PDF for Windows NT4
Version Manual
B
Size Manual
213Kb
File Name
rp_jet.pdf
Info
This is a Microsoft-base utility that is used to create disk images for use with our diagnostic disk image files Hardware and Software Installation Quick Start

Product Overview
The RocketPort Jet adapter is a PCI controller board that you can install to upgrade a PC computer to have multiple RS-232 (UART) ports. The RocketPort Jet low-profile form factor can fit into either a low-profile PCI or standard size PCI slot that supports 3.3 and 5.0V PCI bus architecture. See Product Specifications on Page 6 for more detailed information about the RocketPort Jet.
Note: Make sure that you have performed any necessary procedures in Pin
Assignments and Jumper Settings on Page 2 before installing the
RocketPort Jet.
The RocketPort Jet supports the following operating systems:
• DOS, see the readme.txt file in the DOS subdirectory on the CD for DOS set up
information.
• Linux®, the Linux driver is built into the kernel, see the rp_jet_linux.txt file in
the Linux subdirectory on the CD for set up procedures.
• Windows® NT
• Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003
DOS: See the readme.txt file in the DOS subdirectory on the CD for DOS set up
information.
After Microsoft® driver installations, configure the correct data rate at
14.745MHz frequency or by automatic frequency detection for proper
operation, excluding Windows NT.

Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 Installations
Use the following procedure to install the RocketPort Jet in a Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003 system.
1. Check to see if you need to change any jumper settings using 2-Port on Page 2
or 4-Port on Page 3.
2. Power off the system.
3. Insert the RocketPort Jet into an available PCI slot.
Note: Make sure that you have performed any necessary procedures in Pin
Assignments and Jumper Settings on Page 2 before installing the
RocketPort Jet.
4. Power up the system and insert the RocketPort Jet Driver and Documentation
CD.
5. When the operating system displays the Found New Hardware Wizard, click
Next.
6. Select Search for a suitable driver for my device (Recommended), click Next, and
make sure the Driver and Documentation CD is in the CD-ROM or DVD drive
7. Under Specify a location insure that it is the only option checked and click Next.
8. Enter the letter for the CD-ROM or DVD drive and click Browse. For example:
d:\ or e:\.
9. Browse to the location of the driver, for example: E:\Windows, and click OK.
10. When the Wizard indicates that it found a driver for the UART, click Next.
11. Select Finish.
12. Repeat Steps 5 through 11 for the PCI bridge and each port on the RocketPort
Jet.
After Microsoft® driver installations, configure the correct data rate at
14.745MHz frequency or by automatic frequency detection for proper
operation.
13. Use the following procedure to verify that the RocketPort Jet is installed
correctly and to set the frequency settings for Windows 2000, WIndows XP,
and Windows Server 2003.
a. Right-click My Computer, select Manage, and click Device Manager.
b. Double-click Multifunction adapters, if there is no yellow ! or ? before the
following entries the driver has started correctly:
- OX16PCI954 PCI UARTs
- OX16PCI95x PCI bridge
Company
Comtrol
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Comtrol RocketPort Jet
Description
Hardware and Software Installation
Operating Systems
Manual PDF for Windows Server 2003
Version Manual
B
Size Manual
213Kb
File Name
rp_jet.pdf
Info
This is a Microsoft-base utility that is used to create disk images for use with our diagnostic disk image files Hardware and Software Installation Quick Start

Product Overview
The RocketPort Jet adapter is a PCI controller board that you can install to upgrade a PC computer to have multiple RS-232 (UART) ports. The RocketPort Jet low-profile form factor can fit into either a low-profile PCI or standard size PCI slot that supports 3.3 and 5.0V PCI bus architecture. See Product Specifications on Page 6 for more detailed information about the RocketPort Jet.
Note: Make sure that you have performed any necessary procedures in Pin
Assignments and Jumper Settings on Page 2 before installing the
RocketPort Jet.
The RocketPort Jet supports the following operating systems:
• DOS, see the readme.txt file in the DOS subdirectory on the CD for DOS set up
information.
• Linux®, the Linux driver is built into the kernel, see the rp_jet_linux.txt file in
the Linux subdirectory on the CD for set up procedures.
• Windows® NT
• Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003
DOS: See the readme.txt file in the DOS subdirectory on the CD for DOS set up
information.
After Microsoft® driver installations, configure the correct data rate at
14.745MHz frequency or by automatic frequency detection for proper
operation, excluding Windows NT.

Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 Installations
Use the following procedure to install the RocketPort Jet in a Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003 system.
1. Check to see if you need to change any jumper settings using 2-Port on Page 2
or 4-Port on Page 3.
2. Power off the system.
3. Insert the RocketPort Jet into an available PCI slot.
Note: Make sure that you have performed any necessary procedures in Pin
Assignments and Jumper Settings on Page 2 before installing the
RocketPort Jet.
4. Power up the system and insert the RocketPort Jet Driver and Documentation
CD.
5. When the operating system displays the Found New Hardware Wizard, click
Next.
6. Select Search for a suitable driver for my device (Recommended), click Next, and
make sure the Driver and Documentation CD is in the CD-ROM or DVD drive
7. Under Specify a location insure that it is the only option checked and click Next.
8. Enter the letter for the CD-ROM or DVD drive and click Browse. For example:
d:\ or e:\.
9. Browse to the location of the driver, for example: E:\Windows, and click OK.
10. When the Wizard indicates that it found a driver for the UART, click Next.
11. Select Finish.
12. Repeat Steps 5 through 11 for the PCI bridge and each port on the RocketPort
Jet.
After Microsoft® driver installations, configure the correct data rate at
14.745MHz frequency or by automatic frequency detection for proper
operation.
13. Use the following procedure to verify that the RocketPort Jet is installed
correctly and to set the frequency settings for Windows 2000, WIndows XP,
and Windows Server 2003.
a. Right-click My Computer, select Manage, and click Device Manager.
b. Double-click Multifunction adapters, if there is no yellow ! or ? before the
following entries the driver has started correctly:
- OX16PCI954 PCI UARTs
- OX16PCI95x PCI bridge
Company
Comtrol
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Comtrol RocketPort Jet
Description
Hardware and Software Installation
Operating Systems
Manual PDF for Windows XP
Version Manual
B
Size Manual
213Kb
File Name
rp_jet.pdf
Info
Hardware and Software Installation Quick Start

Product Overview
The RocketPort Jet adapter is a PCI controller board that you can install to upgrade a PC computer to have multiple RS-232 (UART) ports. The RocketPort Jet low-profile form factor can fit into either a low-profile PCI or standard size PCI slot that supports 3.3 and 5.0V PCI bus architecture. See Product Specifications on Page 6 for more detailed information about the RocketPort Jet.
Note: Make sure that you have performed any necessary procedures in Pin
Assignments and Jumper Settings on Page 2 before installing the
RocketPort Jet.
The RocketPort Jet supports the following operating systems:
• DOS, see the readme.txt file in the DOS subdirectory on the CD for DOS set up
information.
• Linux®, the Linux driver is built into the kernel, see the rp_jet_linux.txt file in
the Linux subdirectory on the CD for set up procedures.
• Windows® NT
• Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003
DOS: See the readme.txt file in the DOS subdirectory on the CD for DOS set up
information.
After Microsoft® driver installations, configure the correct data rate at
14.745MHz frequency or by automatic frequency detection for proper
operation, excluding Windows NT.

Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 Installations
Use the following procedure to install the RocketPort Jet in a Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003 system.
1. Check to see if you need to change any jumper settings using 2-Port on Page 2
or 4-Port on Page 3.
2. Power off the system.
3. Insert the RocketPort Jet into an available PCI slot.
Note: Make sure that you have performed any necessary procedures in Pin
Assignments and Jumper Settings on Page 2 before installing the
RocketPort Jet.
4. Power up the system and insert the RocketPort Jet Driver and Documentation
CD.
5. When the operating system displays the Found New Hardware Wizard, click
Next.
6. Select Search for a suitable driver for my device (Recommended), click Next, and
make sure the Driver and Documentation CD is in the CD-ROM or DVD drive
7. Under Specify a location insure that it is the only option checked and click Next.
8. Enter the letter for the CD-ROM or DVD drive and click Browse. For example:
d:\ or e:\.
9. Browse to the location of the driver, for example: E:\Windows, and click OK.
10. When the Wizard indicates that it found a driver for the UART, click Next.
11. Select Finish.
12. Repeat Steps 5 through 11 for the PCI bridge and each port on the RocketPort
Jet.
After Microsoft® driver installations, configure the correct data rate at
14.745MHz frequency or by automatic frequency detection for proper
operation.
13. Use the following procedure to verify that the RocketPort Jet is installed
correctly and to set the frequency settings for Windows 2000, WIndows XP,
and Windows Server 2003.
a. Right-click My Computer, select Manage, and click Device Manager.
b. Double-click Multifunction adapters, if there is no yellow ! or ? before the
following entries the driver has started correctly:
- OX16PCI954 PCI UARTs
- OX16PCI95x PCI bridge
Company
Comtrol
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Comtrol RocketPort Jet
Description
Rawrite.exe
Operating Systems
Windows NT4
Version Driver
A
Size Driver
14Kb
File Name
rawrite.exe
Info
This is a Microsoft-base utility that is used to create disk images for use with our diagnostic disk image files
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