readme.txt Driver File Contents (IAA_ICH7R_IP002.zip)

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*  Installation Readme for Intel(R) Matrix Storage Manager.
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*  Refer to the system requirements for the operating systems
*  supported by Intel(R) Matrix Storage Manager.
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*  Intel is making no claims of usability, efficacy or 
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*  herein completely defines the license and use of this 
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*  CONTENTS OF THIS DOCUMENT
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This document contains the following sections:

1.  Overview
2.  System Requirements
3.  Language Support
4.  Determining the System Mode
5.  Installing the Software
6.  Verifying Installation of the Software
7.  Advanced Installation Instructions
8.  Identifying the Software Version Number
9.  Uninstalling the Software
10. Entering the Option ROM User Interface
11. Option ROM RAID Volume Management
12. Verifying the Version of the Option ROM Software   


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* 1.  OVERVIEW
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The Intel(R) Matrix Storage Manager is designed to provide 
functionality for the following Storage Controllers:

        - Intel(R) 82801GR  SATA RAID Controller
        - Intel(R) 82801GR  SATA AHCI Controller
        - Intel(R) 82801GH  SATA RAID Controller
        - Intel(R) 82801GH  SATA AHCI Controller
        - Intel(R) 82801FR  SATA RAID Controller
        - Intel(R) 82801FR  SATA AHCI Controller
        - Intel(R) 82801FBM SATA AHCI Controller
        - Intel(R) 82801ER  SATA RAID Controller
        - Intel(R) 6300ESB  SATA RAID Controller


This product is available for use on systems using the
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 Processor, Intel(R) Xeon™ Processor
with the following I/O Controller Hub:

	- Intel(R) 82801GR  I/O Controller Hub (ICH7R)
        - Intel(R) 82801GH  I/O controller Hub (ICH7DH)
	- Intel(R) 82801FR  I/O Controller Hub (ICH6R)
	- Intel(R) 82801FBM I/O Controller Hub (ICH6M)
	- Intel(R) 82801ER  I/O Controller Hub (ICH5R)
        - Intel(R) 6300ESB  I/O Controller Hub (ESB)

Software installation is flexible and fully automated.

Mobile systems based on the ICH6M I/O Controller Hub will
only support the Intel(R) 82801FBM SATA AHCI Controller.
RAID functionality is not supported on Mobile Platforms.


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* 2.  SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
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1.  The system must contain an Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 
    Processor and one of the following Intel products:
	 
	- Intel(R) 82801GR  I/O Controller Hub (ICH7R)
        - Intel(R) 82801GH  I/O controller Hub (ICH7DH)
	- Intel(R) 82801FR  I/O Controller Hub (ICH6R)
	- Intel(R) 82801FBM I/O Controller Hub (ICH6M)
	- Intel(R) 82801ER  I/O Controller Hub (ICH5R)
        - Intel(R) 6300ESB  I/O Controller Hub (ESB)

2.  The system must be running on one of the following
    operating systems:
    - Microsoft* Windows* XP Home Edition 
    - Microsoft* Windows* XP Professional
    - Microsoft* Windows* XP 64-bit Edition for 64-bit Extended System (NOTE 1)
    - Microsoft* Windows* 2000 Professional 
    - Microsoft* Windows* 2000 Advanced Server 
    - Microsoft* Windows* Server 2003
    - Microsoft* Windows* Media Center Edition

NOTE 1: If the system is running Windows* 64-bit version, 
        the Intel Matrix Storage Manager Driver supporting 
        64-bit should be used.

3. The following operating systems are not supported:

    Any version of the following Microsoft operating systems:
    - MS-DOS
    - Windows 3.1
    - Windows NT 3.51
    - Windows 95
    - Windows 98
    - Windows Millennium Edition (Me)
    - Windows NT 4.0
    - Windows 2000 Server
    - Windows 2000 Datacenter Server

    Any version of the following operating systems:
    - Linux
    - UNIX
    - BeOS
    - MacOS
    - OS/2

4.  The system should contain at least the minimum system 
    memory required by the operating system.

5.  The 'Intel(R) Chipset Software Installation Utility'
    must be installed prior to installing the 
    Intel(R) Matrix Storage Manager.


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* 3.  LANGUAGE SUPPORT
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Below is a list of the languages (and their abbreviations)
for which the Intel(R) Matrix Storage Manager software has 
been localized. The language code is listed in parentheses 
after each language.

chs -> Chinese (Simplified)    (0804)
cht -> Chinese (Traditional)   (0404)
csy -> Czech                   (0005)
dan -> Danish                  (0006)
nld -> Dutch                   (0013)
enu -> English (United States) (0009)
fin -> Finnish                 (000B)
frc -> French (Canada)         (0C0C)
fra -> French (Standard)       (040C)
deu -> German                  (0007)
ell -> Greek                   (0008)
hun -> Hungarian               (000E)
ita -> Italian                 (0010)
jpn -> Japanese                (0011)
kor -> Korean                  (0012)
nor -> Norwegian               (0014)
plk -> Polish                  (0015)
ptb -> Portuguese (Brazil)     (0416)
ptg -> Portuguese (Standard)   (0816)
rus -> Russian                 (0019)
esp -> Spanish                 (000A)
sve -> Swedish                 (001D)
tha -> Thai                    (001E)
trk -> Turkish                 (001F)


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* 4.  DETERMINING THE SYSTEM MODE
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To use this readme effectively, you will need to know what 
mode your system is in. The easiest way to determine the 
mode is to identify how the Serial ATA controller is 
presented within the Device Manager. The following 
procedure will guide you through determining the mode.

1.  On the Start menu:
    1a. For Windows* 2000, select Settings and then select 
        Control Panel.
    1b. For Windows* XP or later operating systems, 
        select Control Panel.

2.  Open on the 'System' applet (you may first 
    have to select 'Switch to Classic View').

3.  Select the 'Hardware' tab. 

4.  Select the 'Device Manager' button.


5.  From the Device Manager, look for an entry named 
    'SCSI and RAID Controllers'.
    If this entry is present, expand it and look for one of
    the following controllers:

    - 'Intel(R) 82801GR SATA RAID Controller'
      If the Controller above is present, the system is an
      ICH7R system in RAID mode and no further action is required.

    - 'Intel(R) 82801GH SATA RAID Controller'
      If the Controller above is present, the system is an
      ICH7DH system in RAID mode and no further action is required.

    - 'Intel(R) 82801FR SATA RAID Controller' 
      If the controller above is present, the system is an 
      ICH6R system in RAID mode and no further action is required.

    - 'Intel(R) 6300ESB SATA RAID Controller' 
      If the controller above is present, the system is an 
      ESB system in RAID mode and no further action is required.
   
    - 'Intel(R) 82801ER SATA RAID Controller'    
      If the controller above is present, the system is an 
      ICH5R system in RAID mode and no further action is required.
    
    - If neither of the controllers above are shown, then
    the system is not running in RAID mode and you should 
    continue with step 6 below.

6.  From the Device Manager, look for an entry named 
    'IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers'.
    If this entry is present, expand it and look for one of
    the following controllers:

    - 'Intel(R) 82801GR SATA AHCI Controller'
      If the controller above is present, the system is an
      ICH7R system in AHCI mode and no further action is required.

    - 'Intel(R) 82801GH SATA AHCI Controller'
      If the controller above is present, the system is an
      ICH7DH system in AHCI mode and no further action is required.


    - 'Intel(R) 82801FBM SATA AHCI Controller'
      If the controller above is present, the system is an
      ICH6M system in AHCI mode and no further action is required.

    - 'Intel(R) 82801FR SATA AHCI Controller'
      If the controller above is present, the system is an 
      ICH6R system in AHCI mode and no further action is required.
   
    - If this controller is not present, then your system
    is not in AHCI mode. No other modes are supported by 
    the Intel(R) Matrix Storage Manager software and you
    should continue with step 7 below.

7.  Your system does not appear to be running in RAID or 
    AHCI mode. If you feel that your system is running in 
    RAID or AHCI mode and you do not see any of the 
    controllers listed above, you may choose to contact 
    your system manufacturer or place of purchase for 
    assistance.


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* 5.  INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE
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5.1 General Installation Notes

1.  If you are installing the operating system on a system
    configured for RAID or AHCI mode, you must pre-install 
    the Intel(R) Matrix Storage Manager driver using the 
    F6 installation method described in section 5.3.

2.  The 'Intel(R) Chipset Software Installation Utility' 
    must be installed on the system after a supported 
    Microsoft* Windows* operating system has been installed.

3.  To install the Intel(R) Matrix Storage Manager, 
    double-click on the self-extracting and self-installing 
    setup file and answer all prompts presented.

4.  By default, all installed files (readme.txt, help, etc.) 
    are copied to the following path: 
    
    <bootdrive>\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Matrix Storage Manager

	
5.2 InstallShield* Installation from Hard Drive or CD-ROM
    
Note: This method is applicable to systems configured for 
      RAID or AHCI mode.

1.  Download the Intel(R) Matrix Storage Manager setup file
    and double-click to self-extract and to begin the setup 
    process.

2.  The 'Welcome' window appears. Click on the Next button 
    to continue.

3.  The 'Uninstallation Warning' window appears. Click on 
    the Next button to continue.

4.  The 'Software License Agreement' window appears. If you 
    agree to these terms, click on the Yes button to 
    continue.

5.  The 'Choose Destination Location' window appears.
    Click on the Next button to continue.

6.  The 'Select Program Folder' window appears.  Click on 
    the Next button to continue installing the driver.

7.  If the InstallShield* Wizard Complete window is shown 
    without a prompt to restart the system, click the Finish
    button and proceed to step 8. If it is shown with a 
    prompt to restart the system, click 'Yes, I want to 
    restart my computer now.' (the default selection) and 
    click the Finish button.  Once the system has restarted,
    proceed to step 8.

8.  To verify that the driver was loaded correctly, refer 
    to Section 6.


5.3 Pre-Installation Using the F6 Method

Note: 
      The Steps 1 and 2 can be skipped if you use the F6 Floppy
      disk utility provided by Intel. This utility can also be 
      downloaded from the following website. These methods 
      are applicable to systems configured for RAID or 
      AHCI mode.

http://downloadfinder.intel.com/scripts-df/Product_Filter.asp?ProductID=1809	

1.  Extract all driver files from the installation package.
    See Section 7.2 for instructions on extracting the 
    files.

2.  Create a floppy containing the following files in the root directory:
    iaAhci.inf, iaAhci.cat,
    iaStor.inf, iaStor.cat,
    iaStor.sys, and 
    TxtSetup.oem. 

3.  At the beginning of the operating system installation, press F6
    to install a third party SCSI or RAID driver.

4.  When prompted, select 'S' to Specify Additional Device.

5.  When prompted, insert the floppy disk you created in
    step 2 and press Enter.

6.  At this point you should be presented with a selection
    for one of the following depending on your hardware
    version and configuration:
	
    - Intel(R) 82801GR/GH SATA RAID Controller (Desktop ICH7R/DH)
    - Intel(R) 82801GR/GH SATA AHCI Controller (Desktop ICH7R/DH)
    - Intel(R) 82801FR    SATA RAID Controller (Desktop ICH6R)
    - Intel(R) 82801FR    SATA AHCI Controller (Desktop ICH6R)
    - Intel(R) 82801FBM   SATA AHCI Controller (Mobile  ICH6M)
    - Intel(R) 82801ER    SATA RAID Controller (Desktop ICH5R)
    - Intel(R) 6300ESB    SATA RAID Controller

7.  Highlight the selection that is appropriate for the 
    hardware in your system and press Enter.

8.  Press Enter again to continue. Leave the floppy disk in 
    the system until the next reboot as the software will 
    need to be copied from the floppy disk again when setup
    is copying files.


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* 6.  VERIFYING INSTALLATION OF THE SOFTWARE
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6.1 Verifying Have Disk, F6, or Unattended Installation: 
    depending on your system configuration, refer to the 
    appropriate sub-topic below:


6.1a Systems Configured for RAID Mode:

1.  On the Start menu:
    1a. For Windows* 2000, select Settings and then select 
        Control Panel.
    1b. For Windows* XP or later operating systems, 
        select Control Panel.
2.  Open on the 'System' applet (you may first 
    have to select 'Switch to Classic View').

3.  Select the 'Hardware' tab in Windows* XP or Windows* 
    Server 2003, or select the 'Settings' tab in 
    Windows* 2000
4.  Select the 'Device Manager' button
5.  Expand the 'SCSI and RAID Controllers' entry
6.  Right-click on 'Intel(R) 82801GR SATA RAID Controller'
    This same procedure can also be used for systems using 
    the 'Intel(R) 82801GH SATA RAID Controller',
    the 'Intel(R) 82801FR SATA RAID Controller',
    the 'Intel(R) 82801ER SATA RAID Controller' and
    the 'Intel(R) 6300ESB SATA RAID Controller'.
7.  Select 'Properties'
8.  Select the 'Driver' tab
9.  Select the 'Driver Details' button
10. If the 'iaStor.sys' file is displayed, then installation 
    was successful.


6.1b Systems Configured for AHCI Mode:

1.  On the Start menu:
    1a. For Windows* 2000, select Settings and then select 
        Control Panel.
    1b. For Windows* XP or later operating systems, 
        select Control Panel.
2.  Open on the 'System' applet (you may first 
    have to select 'Switch to Classic View').

3.  Select the 'Hardware' tab in Windows* XP or Windows* 
    Server 2003, select the 'Settings' tab in 
    Windows* 2000
4.  Select the 'Device Manager' button
5.  Expand the 'IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers' entry
6.  Right-click on 'Intel(R) 82801GR SATA AHCI Controller' 
7.  Select 'Properties'
8.  Select the 'Driver' tab
9.  Select the 'Driver Details' button
10. If the 'iaStor.sys' file is displayed, then installation 
    was successful.


6.2 Verifying InstallShield* or 'Package for the Web' 
    Installations:

1.  Run 'Start'
2.  Find the 'Intel(R) Matrix Storage Manager' 
    program group
3.  Select the 'Intel(R) Matrix Storage Console' entry
4.  The 'Intel(R) Matrix Storage Console' application should launch
5.  If this application does not launch, the Intel 
    Matrix Storage Manager driver was not installed 
    properly and setup needs to be run. 

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* 7.  ADVANCED INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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7.1 Available Setup Flags:

    -?             The installer presents a dialog showing
		   all the supported setup flags (shown here)
		   and their usage. 
    -A             Extracts all files (does not install 
                   driver) to <path> if -P is also 
                   supplied; otherwise, the files are
                   extracted to the default location.
    -B             Forces a system reboot after installation
    -O <name>      Allows for the customization of the 
                   program folder name for the Intel(R) 
                   Matrix Storage Console, which will appear in 
                   the Start, 'All Programs' menu.
    -P <path>      Supplies target path when using -A flag
    -N             Installs all components except driver
    -NoGUI	   Installs only the driver; the Intel(R) Matrix Storage
		   Console, Event Monitor, and Tray icon
                   applet are not installed.
    -NoMon	   Disables the Event Monitor which
                   consists of the Disk Monitor Service and
                   the System Tray Icon Applet.
    -S             Silent install (no user prompts)
    -BUILD         Displays build information		
    -L<number>     Forces a particular language install (See 
		   Section 3 for a table mapping <number> 
                   to language).  There cannot be a space 
                   between -L and <number>
    -f2<path\name> Creates a log file in <existing path> 
                   with <name>; this is to be used during 
                   silent installation. There cannot be a 
                   space between -F2 and <path\name>, and 
                   the path must exist prior to installation

Notes:  Flags and their parameters are not case-sensitive.  
        Flags may be supplied in any order, with the 
	exception of the -S and -L, which must be 
	supplied last. When using the -A flag, a target 
        path may be specified via the -P flag, and the -O, 
        -L, -S, and -N flags are ignored. When using the -P 
        or -O flags, a space is required between the flag 
        and the argument; when using -L and -f2, however, 
        there should be no space.  When using the -f2 flag,
	a log file name and path must be specified, and the 
        path must exist prior to the installation.

7.2 Use one of the following command examples to extract the 
    driver files from the different package types:

	c:\iata_cd.exe -a -a -p c:\<path>
	c:\iata_enu.exe -a -a -p c:\<path>
	c:\setup.exe -a -p c:\<path>

    When run, the installation process begins; simply click
    through the dialogs as prompted. This will not install 
    the driver, it will only extract the driver files to 
    <path>. After the extraction is completed, the driver 
    files can be found in <path>\Driver.

7.3 To install the RAID driver, as outlined in the Microsoft
    document 'Deployment Guide Automating Windows NT Setup', 
    use the supplied TXTSETUP.OEM file included in this 
    package and insert the lines shown in step 7.3a and 7.3b
    below into the UNATTEND.TXT file. This method is 
    available for Microsoft* Windows* XP, Windows 2000, and
    Windows Server 2003. Before you begin, iaAhci.inf, 
    iaAhci.cat, iaStor.inf, iaStor.cat, iaStor.sys, and 
    Txtsetup.oem files will need to be extracted from the 
    setup files. To extract these files, use the method 
    described in section 7.2 above.

7.3a Systems Configured for RAID Mode:

Note: The same procedure can be used for systems using the
      'Intel(R) 82801GH SATA RAID Controller', 
      'Intel(R) 82801FR SATA RAID Controller',
      'Intel(R) 82801ER SATA RAID Controller', and the
      'Intel(R) 6300ESB SATA RAID Controller'. Simply
      replace the text within the quotation marks.

    // Insert the lines below into the UNATTEND.TXT file
  
    [MassStorageDrivers]
    "Intel(R) 82801GR SATA RAID Controller" = OEM
 
    [OEMBootFiles]
    iaStor.inf
    iaStor.sys
    iaStor.cat
    Txtsetup.oem


7.3b Systems Configured for AHCI Mode:

    // Insert the lines below into the UNATTEND.TXT file

    [MassStorageDrivers]
    "Intel(R) 82801GR SATA AHCI Controller" = OEM
 
    [OEMBootFiles]
    iaAhci.inf
    iaStor.sys
    iaAhci.cat
    Txtsetup.oem


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* 8.  IDENTIFYING THE SOFTWARE VERSION NUMBER
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8.1 Use the following steps to identify the software version 
    number following a Have Disk, F6, or unattended 
    installation.


8.1a Systems Configured for RAID Mode:

1.  On the Start menu:
    1a. For Windows* 2000, select Settings and then select 
        Control Panel.
    1b. For Windows* XP or later operating systems, 
        select Control Panel.
2.  Open on the 'System' applet (you may first 
    have to select 'Switch to Classic View').
3.  Select the 'Hardware' tab in Windows* XP or Windows* 
    Server 2003, or select the 'Settings' tab in 
    Windows* 2000
4.  Select the 'Device Manager' button
5.  Expand the 'SCSI and RAID Controllers' entry
6.  Right-click on 'Intel(R) 82801GR SATA RAID Controller'
    This same procedure can also be used for systems using 
    the 'Intel(R) 82801GH SATA RAID Controller',
    the "Intel(R) 82801FR SATA RAID Controller',
    the 'Intel(R) 82801ER SATA RAID Controller' and
    the 'Intel(R) 6300ESB SATA RAID Controller'. 
7.  Select 'Properties'
8.  Select the 'Driver' tab
9.  The software version should be displayed after
    'Driver Version:'


8.1b Systems Configured for AHCI Mode:

1.  On the Start menu:
    1a. For Windows* 2000, select Settings and then select 
        Control Panel.
    1b. For Windows* XP or later operating systems, 
        select Control Panel.
2.  Open on the 'System' applet (you may first 
    have to select 'Switch to Classic View').
3.  Select the 'Hardware' tab in Windows* XP or Windows* 
    Server 2003, or select the 'Settings' tab in 
    Windows* 2000
4.  Select the 'Device Manager' button
5.  Expand the 'IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers' entry
6.  Right-click on 'Intel(R) 82801GR SATA AHCI Controller' 
7.  Select 'Properties'
8.  Select the 'Driver' tab
9.  The software version is displayed after
    'Driver Version:'


8.2 Identify the software version for InstallShield* or 
    'Package for the Web' Installations:

1.  Click 'Start' menu, All Programs menu, 
2.  Find the 'Intel(R) 'Matrix Storage Manager' program 
    group
3.  Select the 'Intel(R) Matrix Storage Console' item
4.  The 'Intel(R) Matrix Storage Console' application will be 
    shown, with the version shown in the splash screen. 
    The version can also be viewed by selecting 'About' from 
    within the 'Help' menu.


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* 9.  UNINSTALLING THE SOFTWARE
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Removal of this software from the system will render any 
Serial ATA hard drives inaccessible by the operating system;
therefore, uninstallation is not recommended. 
When the system is in RAID mode, it is recommended that any 
data on any RAID volumes be backed up and that the RAID volume 
be deleted before uninstalling this software. 
It is also recommended that the system be configured for IDE mode 
after uninstalling this software. Consult the user manual for this
version of Intel(R) Matrix Storage Manager for details on 
how to do this.

Use the following procedure to uninstall the software:

1. Select 'Uninstall' from the following Start Menu folder:

   * All Programs->Intel(R) Matrix Storage Manager

2. The uninstall program will start. Click through the
   options for the uninstallation.
 

NOTE: This procedure assumes that the above installation
      process was successful. This uninstallation procedure
      is specific only to this version of the software and 
      the installation file included in this package.

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* 10.  ENTERING THE OPTION ROM USER INTERFACE
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Use the following steps to enter the User Interface:

1. Boot the System.
2. Press CTRL-I when the 
   'Intel(R) Matrix Storage Manager option ROM v5.0.0.xxxx' 
   status screen appears.

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* 11.  OPTION ROM RAID VOLUME MANAGEMENT
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The Intel Matrix Storage Manager option ROM provides pre-os
RAID volume management which enables the following:

1. Create a RAID volume
   Use this option to create one or two RAID volumes.

2. Delete a RAID volume
   Use this option to delete a RAID volume.

3. Reset to Non-RAID Hard Disks
   Use this option to reset a RAID configuration to a non-RAID 
   configuration.

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* 12.  VERIFYING THE VERSION OF THE OPTION ROM SOFTWARE
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1. Determine the option ROM Version Number

   Use the following steps to identify the software version 
   number:

   - Enter RAID option ROM User Interface using the steps in
     Section 10.
   - The software version will be displayed in the User Interface banner:
     'Intel(R) Matrix Storage Manager option ROM v5.0.0.xxxx'

     5.0.0.xxxx is the version number of the option ROM installed on your system.
     5.0.0 - Product release number
     xxxx  - Build number

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Download Driver Pack

How To Update Drivers Manually

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.

For more help, visit our Driver Support section for step-by-step videos on how to install drivers for every file type.

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