Double-H DH-2CRS5 Intrenal Download Drivers

Available 2 files for DH-2CRS5 Intrenal
Company
Double-H
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Double-H DH-2CRS5 Intrenal
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Mac 9.x
Size Driver
51Kb
File Name
icsi 1.0b4v3rev1.hqx
Company
Double-H
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Double-H DH-2CRS5 Intrenal
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 98-98Se-Me-2000-XP
Version Driver
2.3
Size Driver
4.2Mb
File Name
2crn_driver_up.zip
Info
System Requirement:

1. kernel versions 2.2.7 and later contain the USB code.
Install Card Reader step by step:

1. configure USB into kernel. Use of "make menuconfig" is recommended.
Under "USB support", you need to select "Support for USB". You also need to
select either UHCI (Intel PIIX4, VIA, ...) support, UHCI Alternate Driver (JE) support
or OHCI-HCD (Compaq, iMacs, OPTi, SiS, ALi, ...) support. Which one you select is
dependent on what kind of motherboard or adapter you have.

2. select "USB Mass Storage support"

3. select "Preliminary USB Device Filesystem"

4. select "SCSI support"

5. selct "SCSI disk support"

6. select "/proc support"

7. Rebuild the kernel and the modules (if you configured to build as modules),
and install the new kernel and the new modules. Reboot the system.
If you are using modules, you need to load the following modules:
a. usbcore.o
b. usb-uhci.o, uhci.o or usb-ohci.o
c. usb-storage.o

Inspect the kernel logs. If there isn't anything that could be USB related,
likely causes are use of the wrong driver (UHCI when you needed OHCI or
OHCI when you needed UHCI), not physically installing the hardware,
a BIOS configuration that disables USB or stuffing up the configuration or
installation of the kernel.

8. Use the mount command: mount -t usbdevfs none /proc/bus/usb.
Note that the 'none' keyword is arbitrary.

If you do not want to have to mount the filesystem each time you reboot the system,
you can add the following to /etc/fstab after the /proc entry.

none /proc/bus/usb usbdevfs defaults 0 0

9. Edit /etc/fstab
The exact syntax depends on the Card Reader. The best way is to make suitable entries
in /etc/fstab. The suitable entries for Card Reader would be:

/dev/sda /mnt/SMC auto noauto,user 0 0
/dev/sdb /mnt/CFC auto noauto,user 0 0
/dev/sdc /mnt/SDC auto noauto,user 0 0
/dev/sdd /mnt/MSC auto noauto,user 0 0

10. Create matching mount points in the actual filesystem:
mkdir /mnt/SMC
mkdir /mnt/CFC
mkdir /mnt/SDC
mkdir /mnt/MSC

11. Mount Card Reader:
mount /dev/sda
mount /dev/sdb
mount /dev/sdc
mount /dev/sdd

Note:
Note that the above entries assume you have no other SCSI devices.
If you do have other devices, then the USB disk may not be /dev/sda,
but could instead be /dev/sdb, /dev/sdc or some other device.
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