Backpack CD-ROM OS/2 Driver Version 2.04 This version is intended for use with current Backpack CD-ROM drive models. It will not recognize original model 160550 (Single Speed) and 162550 (Double Speed) Backpack CD-ROM drives. The file to obtain which provides support for those two original Backpack CD-ROM models is: BPCD106.EXE which contains both DOS and OS/2 drivers and installation steps in its README.TXT. TECHNICAL NOTE - Backpack CD-ROM Installation onto an OS/2 Computer This document describes installing the Backpack CD-ROM onto an existing OS/2 system. The original OS/2 installation diskettes must be available. 1) Open the OS/2 System folder. 2) Open the System Setup folder. 3) Choose Device Install. 4) Follow the instructions displayed. Insert the Backpack CD-ROM installation diskette when prompted. In addition, if there was not already a CD-ROM installed on the system, run Selective Install to set up the OS/2 CD-ROM support. 1) Open the OS/2 System folder, then System Setup. 2) Open Selective Install. 3) Select the CD-ROM Device Support check box. 4) Choose OK, then scroll down the CD-ROM device list and select the choice: Other. 5) Select OK to go from the System Configuration screen to the Setup and Installation Window. 6) Select Install, and follow the instructions displayed. One or more of the OS/2 installation diskettes will be prompted for. The Backpack CD-ROM will be available after re-starting the system. Note: If the Backpack does not appear after re-starting the system, make sure that the following lines appear in the CONFIG.SYS and that the files exist on the hard drive: ifs=\os2\cdfs.ifs /q device=\os2\mdos\vcdrom.sys device=\os2\os2cdrom.dmd or ifs=\os2\cdfs.ifs /q device=\os2\boot\mdos\vcdrom.sys device=\os2\boot\os2cdrom.dmd TECHNICAL NOTE - OS/2 on CD-ROM installation from a Backpack CD-ROM Drive OS/2 is distributed either on a set of diskettes or on two diskettes and a CD-ROM disc. This document describes procedures for initially installing OS/2 from CD-ROM using the Backpack CD-ROM drive. NOTE: These instructions require that a computer running DOS or OS/2, a DISKCOPY program and a text editor such as DOS EDLIN, EDIT or OS/2 EDIT be available. 1) OS/2 on CD-ROM comes with 2 diskettes for booting up the computer: the Installation Diskette and Diskette 1. 2) Make a copy of Diskette 1 with DISKCOPY. 3) Copy the Micro Solutions device driver BPCDOS2.ADD to the copy of Diskette 1. 4) Edit the file CONFIG.SYS on the Diskette 1 copy and add the line: basedev=bpcdos2.add 5) Proceed with the installation according to the IBM documentation, using the copy of Diskette 1. With most versions of OS/2 the support for the Backpack CD-ROM will not be preserved when the installation is complete and the computer is restarted. To permanently install the Backpack CD-ROM support: 1) Boot up the OS/2 system. 2) From the Installation Diskette 1 copy that you used above, copy the files: CDFS.IFS and OS2CDROM.DMD to the \OS2 directory on the installed system hard drive. Copy: BPCDOS2.ADD to the root directory of the hard drive. 3) Edit CONFIG.SYS on the OS/2 system hard drive and add the lines: ifs=\os2\cdfs.ifs /q device=\os2\mdos\vcdrom.sys device=\os2\os2cdrom.dmd basedev=bpcdos2.add 4) Shut down and re-boot the system. Micro Solutions Technical Support Department 132 W. Lincoln Hwy. DeKalb, IL 60115 USA 815.756.4986 FAX 815.756.9100 BBS 815.754.4600 Automated Fax Response WebSite http://www.micro-solutions.com 815.754.4500Download Driver Pack
After your driver has been downloaded, follow these simple steps to install it.
Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).
If the expanded file has an .exe extension, double click it and follow the installation instructions.
Otherwise, open Device Manager by right-clicking the Start menu and selecting Device Manager.
Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.
Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.
From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.
Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.
Very important: You must reboot your system to ensure that any driver updates have taken effect.
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