Datalux Databrick II Download Drivers

Available 11 files for Databrick II
Company
Datalux
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Datalux Databrick II
Description
CD-ROM
Size Driver
9Kb
File Name
cdromdr.zip
Info
RUNNING THE CD316E IN THE MS-DOS MODE

In order for the CD316E CD-ROM drive to properly work in the MS-DOS environment, you need the software driver TEAC_CDI.SYS.

INSTALLATION UNDER MS-DOS AND WINDOWS 3.1

At the C:\> prompt create a directory named TEAC. Copy into the TEAC directory the contents of this floppy disk. At the C:\> prompt, edit the Config.sys file as follows:

DEVICE=C:\TEAC\TEAC_CDI.SYS /D:TEAC-CDI
At the C:\> prompt, edit the following statement in the AUTOEXEC.BAT file.

C:\DOS\MSCDEX.EXE /D:TEAC-CDI /M:15
INSTALLATION UNDER MS-DOS AND WINDOWS 95

The procedure for editing the Config.sys file is the same as that above.

In Windows 95, the CD-ROM extension statement is no longer edited in the AUTOEXEC.BAT. Therefore, to use CD316E in MS-DOS mode, edit the DOSSTART.BAT file located in Windows directory and add the CD-ROM extension statement as follows:

- Bootup the system
- When you see the message “Starting Windows 95”, press the F8 key.
- At the Startup menu, select “Command Prompt Only”.
- At the DOS prompt, change directories to the WINDOWS directory.
- Using the DOS editor, edit a file called DOSSTART.BAT and add the following statement:

C:\WINDOWS\COMMAND\MSCDEX.EXE /D:TEAC-CDI /M:15

- Reboot your system
- At the Windows 95 desktop, Click on the “START” button.
- Click on “Shutdown”
- Select and Click on “Restart in MS-DOS Mode”.
- You should now have access to the CD316E CD-ROM drive in the DOS mode.
- To get back to Windows, at the DOS prompt, type the word “EXIT” and press ENTER.
Company
Datalux
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Datalux Databrick II
Description
Diagnostic Programs Temperature Regulation Test
Size Driver
301Kb
File Name
tempreg.zip
Info
This file describes the use of the TEMP.EXE program.

This utility is intended for use only on the Datalux Databrick II (Pentium class) computer.
Disable THERMAL MANAGEMENT under POWER MANAGEMENT in the CMOS SETUP for this process.
Boot the Databrick II to the command prompt.
Insert the diskette containing the TEMP.EXE and ACCESS.TXT files into the floppy drive.
Type TEMP.
The display will show F3 and F4 registers with a Hex value next to each.
These registers represent a frequency that is directly proportional to CPU case temperature.
F3 represents the least significant byte and F4 represents the most significant byte.
Example:
If F3 = “6a” and F4 = “31”, then the temperature frequency = “316a” represented in HEX.
Note: Windows has a built-in calculator which can be used to convert HEX into decimal (Scientific mode) 316a(HEX) = 12650 (decimal)

The calibration process is fairly simple, but does require some special equipment, namely a temperature
measuring device with a probe that can fit into the hole on the top of the Databrick II case.
To measure the CPU case temperature, remove the set screw from the top of the Databrick II case using
a 0.05” HEX wrench. There will be thermally conductive white silicon grease in this hole.
Insert the probe into the hole making sure it contacts the CPU case top.
Run the TEMP.EXE file and record various values of CPU temperature and corresponding F3/F4 values.
Convert the HEX values to decimal values.
This data can be used to interpolate what frequency represents a given CPU case temperature.
Determine the maximum temperature you want the CPU case to reach. (The specification for the Intel Pentium 166MHz – 233MHz is 70 degrees C.)
Calculate the decimal frequency that corresponds to this temperature. (Over Temp.)
Determine the temperature at which you want the first level of thermal management to activate.
Calculate the decimal frequency that corresponds to this temperature. (High Temp.)
In CMOS SETUP, under INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS, select values for OVER TEMP and HIGH TEMP which are the closest to the values calculated above.
Re-enable THERMAL MANAGEMENT under POWER MANAGEMENT.
Save setting and exit CMOS, cycle power to the Databrick II during the RAM counting portion of the re-boot.

Note: If any BIOS defaults are selected, the values changed above will be reset back to the default values.
Company
Datalux
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Datalux Databrick II
Description
Lan Drivers
Operating Systems
DOS-OS/2-Windows 3.x-95-NT
Size Driver
444Kb
File Name
lan2.zip
Info
Crystal LAN(tm) Driver Diskette Release v2.66

Item Version
------------------------ -------
Netware ODI DOS Client 2.60
NetWare ODI OS/2 Client 2.59
NetWare ODI Server Driver 2.56
OS/2 NDIS2 Driver 2.65
DOS NDIS2 Driver 2.65
Windows NT NDIS3 Driver 2.61
Windows 95 NDIS3 Driver 2.61
WFW NDIS3 Driver 2.57
Packet Driver 2.58
SCO Unix Driver 2.55
Setup Utility 2.53
RIPL Boot ROM 1.32
Company
Datalux
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Datalux Databrick II
Description
Video Drivers
Operating Systems
MS-DOS
Size Driver
993Kb
File Name
viddos.zip
Info
Cirrus Logic Vesa Bios Extension 2.0 TSR (CLVBETSR.EXE)
Version 1.0 (7-30-96)

Overview:

CLVBETSR is a Terminate and Stay Resident (TSR) implementation
of the VESA BIOS Extensions Standard Version 2.0. This particular
version of CLVBETSR currently supports the following
Cirrus Logic products.

CL-GD5436
CL-GD5446
SVGA graphic accelerators.

Installation:

CLVBETSR is installed by executing CLVBETSR.EXE
Successful installation is confirmed by a sign on message
which displays the date and version.

DeInstallation:

After installation, the Cirrus Logic VBE tsr can be disabled with
the command line option -D or /D. For example

clvbetsr -d

would disable a previosly installed version. A message is displayed
to confirm that the tsr is disabled.

Executing CLVBETSR when a disabled version is resident will reenable
the disabled tsr. A message is displayed to confirm that the TSR
has been re-enabled.

In addition to the modifications necessary for PDR's associated
with ClVBETSR.EXE (5-13-96), this release (7-30-96) has the
following changes:

1). CLVBETSR currently supports the CL-GD5436 and the CL-GD5446.

2). 800x600 16 color and 1024x768 16 color are
not available on 1MB or 2 MB boards with a
128 x 16 memory configuration.

3). Vesa Local Bus configurations support the
Banked mode only.

4). Support for QUAKE Shareware v1.01 added.

5). Supports linear mode in PCI local bus configuration.
Company
Datalux
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Datalux Databrick II
Description
Video Drivers
Operating Systems
OS/2
Size Driver
1.2Mb
File Name
vidos2.zip
Company
Datalux
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Datalux Databrick II
Description
Video Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 3.x
Size Driver
1Mb
File Name
vidw3.zip
Company
Datalux
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Datalux Databrick II
Description
Audio Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 3.x
Size Driver
645Kb
File Name
audio31x.zip
Info
README.TXT for Windows 95 Release 1.21 for CS4232/36
====================================================
Installation Tips:

Many problems with reinstallation occur because of existing registry
entries from previous installations and because of the
\WINDOWS\INF\OEMx.INF file. Removing the OEMx.INF files and removing
the various CS4232 devices from the Control Panel will fix most problems.
However, please use caution. Previous installations of other devices
may have put an OEMx.INF in the \WINDOWS\INF directory.

To help with the complete removal of any previous CS4232 or CS4236
installation a CLEAN32 or CLEAN36.INF file is provided in the ALTINF
directory. The CLEAN32.INF or CLEAN36.INF file will uninstall our audio
drivers from Windows 95. It will delete all of the driver files, delete
the registeration and remove 'DEVICE=CS4232C.EXE' from the config.sys.
To execute the INF file, just right click on the file name and select
'install' from the pop-up menu.

Please restart the machine if the Windows 95 installation prompts. This
will load the CS4232C driver in the CONFIG.SYS. Now, Windows 95 should
continue the regular installation of the various CS4232/36 devices.
To enable real DOS mode with CS4232/36 support:

1. Select a DOS prompt icon.
2. Select Properties.
3. Go to the Program tab.
4. Select the Advanced... button.
5. Click MS-DOS Mode.
6. Click "Specify a new MS-DOS configuration."
7. The following line will be automatically placed into
the new MS-DOS configuration (with right path):
DEVICE=C:\WIN95\CS4232C.EXE /O /R

To enable a CS4232/36 audio card in a system that contains multiple
CS4232/36 audio cards:

1. Add the following option to the CS4232C.EXE
entry in the CONFIG.SYS.
Device=C:\WINDOWS\CS4232C.EXE /Sxx
where xx is the OEM ID number for the CS4232
audio card to be enabled.
2. The OEM ID number can be obtained from the
manufacturer or by adding a "/V" to the
CS4232C.EXE entry in the CONFIG.SYS:
Device=C:\WINDOWS\CS4232C.EXE /V
Company
Datalux
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Datalux Databrick II
Description
Audio Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95
Size Driver
645Kb
File Name
audiow95.zip
Info
README.TXT for Windows 95 Release 1.21 for CS4232/36
====================================================
Installation Tips:

Many problems with reinstallation occur because of existing registry
entries from previous installations and because of the
\WINDOWS\INF\OEMx.INF file. Removing the OEMx.INF files and removing
the various CS4232 devices from the Control Panel will fix most problems.
However, please use caution. Previous installations of other devices
may have put an OEMx.INF in the \WINDOWS\INF directory.

To help with the complete removal of any previous CS4232 or CS4236
installation a CLEAN32 or CLEAN36.INF file is provided in the ALTINF
directory. The CLEAN32.INF or CLEAN36.INF file will uninstall our audio
drivers from Windows 95. It will delete all of the driver files, delete
the registeration and remove 'DEVICE=CS4232C.EXE' from the config.sys.
To execute the INF file, just right click on the file name and select
'install' from the pop-up menu.

Please restart the machine if the Windows 95 installation prompts. This
will load the CS4232C driver in the CONFIG.SYS. Now, Windows 95 should
continue the regular installation of the various CS4232/36 devices.
To enable real DOS mode with CS4232/36 support:

1. Select a DOS prompt icon.
2. Select Properties.
3. Go to the Program tab.
4. Select the Advanced... button.
5. Click MS-DOS Mode.
6. Click "Specify a new MS-DOS configuration."
7. The following line will be automatically placed into
the new MS-DOS configuration (with right path):
DEVICE=C:\WIN95\CS4232C.EXE /O /R

To enable a CS4232/36 audio card in a system that contains multiple
CS4232/36 audio cards:

1. Add the following option to the CS4232C.EXE
entry in the CONFIG.SYS.
Device=C:\WINDOWS\CS4232C.EXE /Sxx
where xx is the OEM ID number for the CS4232
audio card to be enabled.
2. The OEM ID number can be obtained from the
manufacturer or by adding a "/V" to the
CS4232C.EXE entry in the CONFIG.SYS:
Device=C:\WINDOWS\CS4232C.EXE /V
Company
Datalux
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Datalux Databrick II
Description
Video Drivers Disk 1
Operating Systems
Windows 95
Size Driver
931Kb
File Name
vw951.zip
Info
WINDOWS '95 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

1. Move mouse cursor to background bitmap &
click on the right mouse button.
2. Move cursor to & click on Properties.
3. Click on settings.
4. Click on Change Display Type & then click
on adapter type Change.
5. From the Select Device screen click Have Disk.
6. Insert diskette in drive and click OK.
7. Click OK to select the driver shown in the
selection box.
Company
Datalux
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Datalux Databrick II
Description
Video Drivers Disk 2
Operating Systems
Windows 95
Size Driver
1.2Mb
File Name
vw952.zip
Company
Datalux
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Datalux Databrick II
Description
Audio Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows NT
Size Driver
276Kb
File Name
ntaudio.zip
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