InnoDV DV-2000 MediaCombo UDMA 100 Raid Download Drivers

Available 2 files for DV-2000 MediaCombo UDMA 100 Raid
Company
InnoDV
Categories
Graphics cards
Model
InnoDV DV-2000 MediaCombo UDMA 100 Raid
Description
Driver
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Version Driver
1.0
Size Driver
149Kb
File Name
dv2000_w2k_v1.exe
Info
Revision History:
v.1.0.3 05Sept2000
o Performance tune up

v.1.0.2 10Aug2000
o revise to v1.02

v.1.0.1 06July2000
o Fix PIO timing setting issue

v.1.0.622 22June2000
o Add "Span" disk support in RAID utility which is missed
in previous release
o Fix "Hibernate" mode in Windows 2000

v.1.0.620 20June2000
o Add RAID utility support

v1.0.0 15June2000
o Fix installation problem on dual processor system
o Fix installation problem on RAID 0+1 system

v0.91.518 18May2000 (internal)
o Fix problems on opening multiple windows of data
transfer

v0.91.512 12May2000 (internal)
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O V E R V I E W :
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There are 8 files related to the HPT370 Device Driver for Microsoft
Windows 2000 Final Release:

1. HPT370.INF The Windows 2000 installation file.
2. README2.TXT This file.
3. HPT370.SYS The driver file.
4. TXTSETUP.OEM The Window s2000 Installation file.
5. README.TXT The Windows 2000 driver's readme file.
6. OEMSETUP.INF The Windows 2000 Installation file.
7. HPT370.TAG
8. DISK1

I N S T A L L I N G T H E D R I V E R (During a fresh Win2K installation)
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Note: Follow the standard procedures for setting up Win2K installation.

1. During the first part of the setup procedure, Win2K will prompt you to press F6 to specify an
additional device. Press F6, and let Windows continue on with setup. It will continue to scroll
through various device listings for several minutes, then prompt you to press the "S" key to
Add a device.
2.Press S, and insert the HPT370 driver diskette. Press Enter when prompted and allow Win2K
to install the HPT370 drivers.

3. Win2K will continue and complete the installation procedure.
I N S T A L L I N G T H E D R I V E R (With Operating system already installed)
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This installation procedure is specific only to the current version of the
driver and installation file.

NOTE:

The driver (HPT370.SYS) and installation file (HPT370.INF) must be
located on the same directory of the install floppy diskette.

Usually, when you plug the HPT370 Ultra DMA 66 host adapter into your system and
boot up the Windows 2000 operating system, Windows will detect the HPT370
Company
InnoDV
Categories
Graphics cards
Model
InnoDV DV-2000 MediaCombo UDMA 100 Raid
Description
Driver
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-98Se
Version Driver
1.0
Size Driver
154Kb
File Name
dv2000_w9x_v101.exe
Info
v.1.0.3 05Sept2000
o Tune up system performance
o Fix files copy failue between RAID and non-RAID disks

v.1.0.2 10Aug2000
o Add a VxD to support STD mode for ABIT mainboard
o Change "INF" file to include this VxD driver

v.1.0.1 06July2000 (internal)
o Fix PIO timing setting issue

v 1.00 5/31/2000
Revise to ver1.0

5/22/2000
Fix not running smoothly with Pioneer DVD-ROM

v 0.95 04/15/2000
Fix problems with ATAPI devices connected to HPT370 channel

v 0.94 03/30/2000
Add power management support in VxD file
Fix shutdown problem on Maxtor 91024U3 drive

v 0.93c 03/06/2000
Add IC controller revision check
Modify a generic Win95/98 INF file for HPT3xx series products

v 0.93a 02/18/2000

v 0.92 02/14/2000

fix Intel-820 issue
v 0.91

(Evaluation Copy Release)
O V E R V I E W :
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There are 4 files related to the HPT370 Device Driver for Microsoft
Windows 95/98:

1. HPT370.MPD The driver file.
2. HPT370.INF The installation file.
3. README.TXT This file.
4. HPTPWR.VXD The driver for ACPI function

I N S T A L L I N G T H E D R I V E R:
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This installation procedure is specific only to the current version of the
driver and installation file.

NOTE:
The driver (HPT370.MPD) and installation file (HPT370.INF) must be
located on the same directory of the install floppy diskette.

Usually, when you plug the HPT370 Ultra DMA host adapter into your system and
boot up the Windows 95/98 system, the system will detect the HPT370
Ultra DMA host Adapter automatically, and ask you to install the driver for HPT370.
Follow the instructions as promted by the system to install the driver.

If Windows 95/98 does not automatically detect the HPT370 controller, follow the instructions outlined
below:

Using the Windows Add New Hardware function:
1. Close any running applications.

2. Open "My Computer".

3. Double click on the "Control Panel" icon.

4. Double click on the "Add New Hardware" icon.
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