EagleTec CDI2FB-PI Download Drivers

Available 2 files for CDI2FB-PI
Company
EagleTec
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
EagleTec CDI2FB-PI
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Size Driver
971Kb
File Name
pci2fd2.exe
Info
SOFTWARE DRIVER VERSION 4.0 >
PART NO:600N0P220ZZ40
Company
EagleTec
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
EagleTec CDI2FB-PI
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-98Se-NT
Version Driver
4
Size Driver
1Mb
File Name
pci2fb.zip
Info
1. IRQ 7 & 15
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The P-Series driver does not support these IRQ channels.
It is planned to add support in a future release.

The operating system may allocate these IRQ channels
to your PCMCIA card, leading to problems on configuration
or during operation. If you suspect this, apply one of
the following workarounds...

Windows95 OSR2,
Windows98:
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The driver "tells" the O.S. not to use these two IRQs so
they should never be allocated i.e. no problem.

Windows95 OSR1 (retail version):
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Either of these two IRQs may be allocated by the O.S.
If your card fails to function or configure correctly,
use the System properties panel to check the IRQ
that has been allocated to the PCMCIA card. If it is
7 or 15, un-check the "use automatic settings" box and
manually set the IRQ to another free channel. When this
is complete, eject and re-insert the card.

Windows NT4 without Award Cardware:
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NT4 may try and allocate either of these two IRQs. There
is less "control" available in NT so manual configuration
is not possible directly. Use the administrative diagnostic
tools to check whether one of these IRQs has been allocated
to your PCMCIA card. If it has, either use your BIOS to mark
that IRQ as "used by ISA board" (wording varies between BIOS
vendors) or reconfigure some other piece of hardware to use it.
This will force NT to use the next available IRQ and so clear
the problem. Note that to access the BIOS you must re-boot
and (normally) press DEL when prompted. We recommend that
you purchase Award Cardware when using PCMCIA cards in NT4.

Windows NT4 with Award Cardware:
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Cardware allows a manual override of which IRQs may be used.
This is achieved in "Expert User Level", via the "Resource
Management" menu by ADDing IRQ7 and/or IRQ15 as an excluded
resource. Note that after doing this, you must re-boot the
PC before it will take effect.
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