RCmpSata.txt Driver File Contents (AHCI_Intel_11.5.0.1207_W8x64UW8x86U_A.zip)

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This document contains the following sections:

1.  Overview
2.  System Requirements
3.  Executing the Test
4.  Explanation of Tests Run by RCmpSata
5.  Disclaimer
5.  Intel(R) Software License


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* 1.  OVERVIEW
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The Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology is designed to provide functionality for
the Intel(R) SATA RAID Controller. This tool will report settings of the platfom
to evaluate its compliance with the Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology product.


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* 2.  SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
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1.  The system must contain the following Intel(R) products:

    * Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 Processor, Core(TM) Processor
    * Intel(R) ICH7R, ICH7MR, ICH8R, ICH8M-E, ICH9R, ICH9M-E, ICH10R,
      ESB2 I/O Controller Hub, 5 Series Chipset, 3400 Series Chipset,
      Desktop/Workstations/Server Express Chipset SATA RAID Controller, 
      Mobile Express Chipset SATA RAID Controller

2.  Dos Environment


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* 3.  Executing the Test
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1.  Enable the RAID Option ROM from system BIOS.

2.  Make sure there is one SATA hard drive attached to at least two SATA
    ports controlled by the Intel(R) I/O Controller Hub.

3.  There is no need to create any RAID volumes in order to execute this test.

4.  From a DOS prompt, enter the following

    c:\RCmpSata.exe

    You may have the utility redirect the results to a text file by using the
    following command:

    c:\RCmpSata > test1.txt

    --- IMPORTANT ---
    Always reboot the computer before running RCmpSata.  Never run RCmpSata 
    a second time without rebooting.  RCmpSata's tests for register locking
    will generate false positives on the second run because RCmpSata.exe will
    lock the register itself the first time the program is executed.
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* 4.  Explanation of Tests Run by RCmpSata
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1.  Intel(R) ICH SATA RAID Controller Presence Tests

    1.1  Intel(R) Chipset Detected
         Checks for the Intel(R) Vendor ID in the MCH and ICH.
         Dev00:F0:Reg00h[15:00] = 0x8086
         Dev31:F0:Reg00h[15:00] = 0x8086
         Severity: HIGH

    1.2  RAID Controller DevID at D31:F2
         Checks for the proper Deveice ID for the Intel(R) RAID Controller.
         Dev31:F2:Reg02h[15:00] = 0x2822 (for example this is ICH9R DevID)
         Severity: HIGH

    1.3  RAID Controller Name
         Reports the name of I/O Controller.
         Severity: Status Only

    1.4  RAID SubClass Code (0x04) at D31:F2
         Checks for the proper SubClass Code for the Intel(R) RAID Controller.
         Dev31:F2:Reg0Ah[07:00] = 0x04
         Severity: HIGH

    1.5  Chipset Revision
         Checks the hardware revision of the ICH part.
         Dev31:F2:Reg08h[07:00]
         Severity: Status Only     

    1.6  AIE Bit is Clear(0) at Dev32 Funct2
         Checks if the alternate ID enable bit is clear.
         Dev31:F2:Reg9Ch[07]
         Severity: HIGH

    1.7  Raid Platform ID
         Reports the actual RAID Platform ID (if available).  This is the Device ID
         that would be exposed if the AIE bit is set.
         Severity: Status Only

    1.8  RAID Controller DevID
         Displays the PCI Device ID of the controller.
         Severity: Status Only

    1.9  CPU Brand String
         Displays the system CPU Brand ID from the CPUID instruction for
         diagnostic purposes.
         Severity: Status Only

2.  PnP Installation Tests

    2.1  $PnP Anchor String Present in 0xF000 Segment
         Searches for the "$PnP" string in the PnP header, as defined in the
         Plug and Play Bios Specification. The RAID Option ROM requires PnP
         support to function.
         Severity: HIGH

    2.2  PnP Header Checksum Valid
         Calculates an 8-bit checksum over the PnP Header to make sure the
         reported checksum is correct.
         Severity: HIGH


3.  BBS Enabled BIOS Tests

    3.1  PCI BIOS Present (INT 1A, Func 0xB101)
         Checks for successful return from the call to Int 1Ah, Func 0xB101.
         Severity: HIGH

***Tests 3.2 and 3.3 are shown only if test 3.1 was successful***

    3.2  PCI BIOS Version 
         Displays the major version, located in the BH register, and the 
         minor version, located in the BL register, after a successful return
         from the INT 1A, Func 0xB101 call. 
         Severity: Status Only


    3.3  PCI BIOS Version Supports OROM PCI Version
         Verifies the major version returned from test 3.2 is equal or greater than the PCI
         Version specified in the OROM Header.
         Severity: HIGH

4.  AHCI Register Settings Tests

    4.1  HBA Port Multiplier Support Status
         Checks that the PMS bit in the HBA Capabilities Register is clear. Port
         multipliers are supported on ICH9.
         ABAR+00h[17] = 0
         Severity: Status Only

    4.2  N/A.  Test deprecated.

    4.3  HBA Supports Command List Override
         Reports the status of the CAP.SCLO bit to determine if the platform
         supports Command List Override.
         ABAR+00h[28]
         Severity: HIGH
         
    4.4  HBA Supports Interlock Switch
         Reports the status of the CAP.SIS bit to determine if the platform
         supports interlock switches.
         ABAR+00h[28]
         Severity: Status Only

    4.5  HBA Capabilities Register Locked
         Checks that the all the RWO bits in the HBA Capabilities Register have
         been written to by the BIOS. If BIOS wishes to use the default value,
         it must write that value to lock the register. The entire register must
         be written at once.
         ABAR+00h[30,28:26,23:20,17,14,13]
         Severity: MEDIUM

    4.6  AHCI Enable Bit Set Status
         Reports on the status of the AE bit in the Global HBA Control Register.
         Setting this bit disables the Legacy and Native interfaces on
         the SATA controller and enables AHCI. Enabling AHCI is necessary on ESB2
         and ICH8R systems.
         ABAR+04h[31] = 1 or 0
         Severity: Status Only

    4.7  Port Implemented Bit Set for Port x
         Reports the status of the Port Implemented bit for each port. Only
         ports that have been implemented can be used.
         ABAR+0Ch[03:00]
         Severity: Status Only

    4.8  PI Bit Matches PE Bit for Port x
         Makes sure the Port Implemented and Port Enabled bits match for each
         port.
         Dev31:F2:Reg92h[03:00], ABAR+0Ch[03:00]
         Severity: Status Only

    4.9  Aggressive Link Power Management on Port x
         Reports status of ALPE bit in AHCI device command register.
         ABAR+118h[26], ABAR+198h[26], ABAR+218h[26], ABAR+298h[26]
         Severity: Status Only

    4.10 Hot Plug Support on Port x
         Reports status of HPCP bit in AHCI device command register.
         ABAR+118h[18], ABAR+198h[18], ABAR+218h[18], ABAR+298h[18]
         Severity: Status Only

    4.11 Interlock Switch Attached to Port x
         Reports status of ISP bit in AHCI device command register. Bit is
         always listed as N/A when the SIS bit in the capabilities register is
         clear.
         ABAR+118h[19], ABAR+198h[19], ABAR+218h[19], ABAR+298h[19]
         Severity: Status Only

    4.12 ALPE and HPCP Cannot Both be Set on Port x
         Checks that one or both of the ALPE and HPCP bits are clear. They
         cannot both be set at the same time.
         ABAR+118h[26,18], ABAR+198h[26,18], ABAR+218h[26,18], ABAR+298h[26,18]
         Severity: MEDIUM

    4.13 ISP Requires HPCP on Port x
         A port cannot support an interlock switch if the HBA does
         not support Hot Plug. This is only tested if test 4.2 reports "Enabled"
         ABAR+118h[19,18], ABAR+198h[19,18], ABAR+218h[19,18], ABAR+298h[19,18]
         Severity: MEDIUM

    4.14 Port x Command Register Locked
         Checks that all RWO bits in the AHCI device command register have been
         written to by the BIOS. If BIOS wishes to use the default value, it
         must write that value to lock the bits.
         ABAR+118h[19,18], ABAR+198h[19,18], ABAR+218h[19,18], ABAR+298h[19,18]
         Severity: MEDIUM

    4.15 Port x Command Register Esp Bit Set
         Checks the value of the Esp bit in the Port x Command Register.
         If the bit is set, it means the port is set as an external,
         if the bit is clear, it means the port is internal. 
         Severity: Status Only

    4.16 CAP.SIS and PxCMD.ISP Agreement
         Checks that the value in CAP.SIS and the ISP bit in each port's command
         register are compatible. Test fails when: (1) CAP.SIS bit is set but
         ISP bit not set in any PxCMD register, or (2) CAP.SIS bit is clear but
         ISP bit is set in one or more PxCMD registers.
         ABAR+00h[28],
         ABAR+118h[19], ABAR+198h[19], ABAR+218h[19], ABAR+298h[19]
         Severity: MEDIUM

    4.17 Software Feature Mask Bit
         Checks bit index 6 of the Vendor Capabilities Register 
         Abar+A0h.  If set, then the Software Feature Mask Bits 
         at offset C8h will be interpreted by the OROM to
         perform BIOS controlled Feature SKUing.  If set, a table
         will be displayed too.  The first column, OCF, stands for Original
         Compiled Features of the OROM and indicates what features
         were compiled for the OROM.  The 2nd column, BCFS, stands for BIOS
         Controlled Feature Set and indicates what features were enabled or
         disabled by the BIOS.  An "X" indicates compiled/enabled, a "-' indicates
         not compiled/disabled.
         Severity: Status Only

5.  Chipset RAID Controller Settings Tests

    5.1  RAID I/O Space Enabled
         Checks that the IOSE bit in the RAID controller is enabled.
         Dev31:F2:Reg04h[00] = 1
         Severity: HIGH


    5.2  RAID Memory Space Enabled
         Checks that the MSE bit in the RAID controller is enabled.
         Dev31:F2:Reg04h[01] = 1
         Severity: HIGH

    5.3  RAID Programming Interface Set to 0
         This test is only run on ICH7 Rev0 hardware.
         Checks that the Programming Interface is set to 0. This must be written
         to 0 BEFORE the SubClass code is locked to RAID Mode. Failing this test
         will cause WHQL failures.
         Dev31:F2:Reg09h[07:00] = 0x00
         Severity: MEDIUM

    5.4  RAID Programming Interface Locked
         This test is only run on ICH6 Rev0 hardware.
         Checks that the Programming Interface has been locked to 0. This value
         becomes Read Only once the SubClass code is locked. Failing this test
         will cause WHQL failures.
         Dev31:F2:Reg09h[07:00] locked to 0x00
         Severity: MEDIUM

    5.5  Primary Command BAR Programmed
         Checks that the PCMDBA BAR in the RAID controller has been programmed.
         The RAID controller is operated through the Native IDE interface until
         the OS driver is able to take control.
         Dev31:F2:Reg10h[15:03] is non 0
         Severity: HIGH

    5.6  Primary Control BAR Programmed
         Checks that the PCTLBA BAR in the RAID controller has been programmed.
         The RAID controller is operated through the Native IDE interface until
         the OS driver is able to take control.
         Dev31:F2:Reg14h[15:02] is non 0
         Severity: HIGH

    5.7  Secondary Command BAR Programmed
         Checks that the SCMDBA BAR in the RAID controller has been programmed.
         The RAID controller is operated through the Native IDE interface until
         the OS driver is able to take control.
         Dev31:F2:Reg18h[15:03] is non 0
         Severity: HIGH

    5.8  Secondary Control BAR Programmed
         Checks that the SCTLBA BAR in the RAID controller has been programmed.
         The RAID controller is operated through the Native IDE interface until
         the OS driver is able to take control.
         Dev31:F2:Reg1Ch[15:02] is non 0
         Severity: HIGH

    5.9  Legacy Bus Master BAR Programmed
         Checks that the LBAR in the RAID controller has been programmed.
         Dev31:F2:Reg20h[15:04] is non 0
         Severity: HIGH

    5.10 AHCI BAR Programmed
         Checks that the ABAR in the RAID controller has been programmed. The
         RAID controller is operated through the AHCI interface once the OS
         driver takes control.
         Dev31:F2:Reg24h[31:10] is non 0
         Severity: HIGH

    5.11 MAP Bits Set to Non-Combined (00b)
         Checks that the Port Mapping Register in the RAID controller has its
         Map Value set to 00b. The RAID controller must NOT be set to Combined
         Mode for proper RAID operation.
         Dev31:F2:Reg90h[01:00] = 0
         Severity: HIGH

    5.12 SATA Mode Select Set to RAID (10b)
         Checks if SATA Mode Select (SMS) bits in the MAP register are set 
         properly (10b).
         Severity: HIGH

    5.13 Port x Enable Bit Set
         Checks that the PCS register in the RAID controller has its PxE bit set
         to 1. Only ports that have been enabled can be used. Test 5.15 and
         tests 5.7 - 5.12 will only be run on ports that have this bit set.
         Dev31:F2:Reg92h[03:00]
         Severity: Status Only

    5.14 SATA Device Present on Port #
         Checks that the Port Status Register has a device present and looks at the
         port signature to determine what type of device is present. 
         Severity: Status Only

    5.15 At least 2 SATA HDDs found
         Checks that there are at least 2 SATA HDDs connected to the system.
         Severity: MEDIUM

    5.16 Number of SATA HDDs found matches user reported number
         Checks if the number of SATA HDDs present matches the number of connected HDDS
         reported by the user.
         Severity: HIGH

    5.17 Primary IO Decode Enabled
         Checks that the Primary Timing register in the RAID controller has its
         Decode Enable bit set to 1. If this test fails, commands sent to SATA
         ports mapped to the Primary Channel will not be decoded.
         Dev31:F2:Reg40h[15] = 1
         Severity: HIGH

    5.18 Secondary IO Decode Enabled
         Checks that the Secondary Timing register in the RAID controller has
         its Decode Enable bit set to 1. If this test fails, commands sent to
         SATA ports mapped to the Secondary Channel will not be decoded.
         Dev31:F2:Reg42h[15] = 1
         Severity: HIGH

    5.19 Primary Timing Register Programmed
         Checks that the various timing bits in the Primary Timing register in
         the RAID controller have been configured. These bits have no effect on
         hardware when in RAID mode but must be set for software compatibility.
         Dev31:F2:Reg40h[14:00] is non 0
         Severity: LOW

    5.20 Secondary Timing Register Programmed
         Checks that the various timing bits in the Secondary Timing register in
         the RAID controller have been configured. These bits have no effect on
         hardware when in RAID mode but must be set for software compatibility.
         Dev31:F2:Reg42h[14:00] is non 0
         Severity: LOW


6.  Intel(R) RAID Option ROM Tests

    6.1  Option ROM Found in BIOS Compatibility Segments
         Searches segments 0xC000 through 0xF000 to see if the Intel(R) RAID
         Option ROM is present.
         Severity: HIGH

    6.2  Option ROM Build Matches Chipset
         Checks if the OROM header chipset DID matches the chipset physical
         device ID.
         Severity: HIGH

    6.3  Option ROM Checksum Valid
         Calculates an 8-bit checksum over the Option ROM to make sure the
         reported checksum is correct.
         Severity: HIGH

    6.4  Main Memory Size < 639kB
         Checks that the Option ROM has consumed the portion of conventional
         memory that it needs.
         Severity: HIGH

    6.5  Option ROM Caching
         Checks that the Option ROM is being cached at the run time.
         Severity: Medium

    6.6  Option ROM Runtime Size
         Reports the amount of conventional memory the Option ROM is consuming.
         Severity: Status Only


7.  System BIOS Tests

    7.1  BIOS Does Not Export HDD's on RAID Controller
         Checks to make sure that system BIOS did not export (by adding a BCV
         entry and incrementing the 40:75 drive count) any of the hard drives
         that are controlled by the Option ROM. Failing this test can result in
         user data corruption.
         Severity: HIGH

    7.2  BIOS Updating INT 15h E820 Memory Map
         Checks that the E820 Memory Map is consistent with the EBDA pointer
         located at 40:0E. When the RAID Option ROM loads, it claims a portion
         of memory immediately below EBDA. It also updates the EBDA pointer at
         40:0E. It is expected that BIOS detect this change after the RAID
         Option ROM exits and update the memory map to show that this memory is
         now reserved. Failing this test has the potential to cause software
         compatibility issues.
         Severity: LOW

    7.3  BIOS Reporting Correct Base Memory Size in 40:13
         Checks that the conventional memory size reported at 40:13 is
         consistent with the EBDA pointer located at 40:0E. When the RAID Option
         ROM loads, it claims a portion of memory immediately below EBDA. It
         also updates the EBDA pointer at 40:0E. It is expected that BIOS detect
         this change after the RAID Option ROM exits and update the available
         memory size at 40:13. Failing this test has the potential to cause
         software compatibility issues.
         Severity: HIGH

    7.4  BIOS Compliant with ITM RAID Int13h Funct26h Support
         Performs an int13h funct26h call on a hard disk or volume located at DOS disk 
         ID 0x81 if the OROM is Intel Turbo Memory Capable.  Failing this test indicates 
         that the BIOS is not preserving the EDX and AH register set by the RAID OROM after handling
         the int13h funct26h call.
         Severity: Status Only


8.  Interrupt Settings Tests

     8.1 RAID Controller IRQ
         Reports the IRQ number assigned to the RAID Controller.
         Severity: Status Only

     8.2 Clear Spurious Interrupts on RAID Controller
         Makes sure interrupts on the SATA Controller are always handled.
         Failing this test can result in Blue Screen crashes in Windows.
         Severity: HIGH

     8.3 Performance Enhancement Semaphore at 40:8E
         Makes sure BIOS puts a non-zero value at 40:8E to signal that an
         interrupt occurred on the RAID Controller. Implementing this semaphore
         is optional but doing so can result in a 10%-30% performance
         enhancement.
         Severity: Status Only


9.  NVM Register Settings Tests

     9.1 NVMHCI capability in CAP2 register
         Reports whether the NVM firmware is correctly operating.  
         Severity: Status Only

     9.2 NVMHCI Version
         Displays the NVMHCI version the firmware is supporting.
         Severity: Status Only

     9.3 NVMHCI Ports Implemented
         Confirms the number of NVM ports exposed by the firmware.  There
         should only be a single NVMHCI port.
         Severity: Medium

     9.4 NVMHCI Port Signature
         Confirms the port signature for the NVM device is correct.  If this
         is not right, the OROM will not recognize the NVM port/device
         and NVM caching will not available.
         Severity: HIGH

     9.5 NVM Present on Port
         Indicates if there is physically an NVM device present on the
         expected port.  This could also indicate that the NVM device has
         not been configured for NVMHCI usage.
         Severity: Status Only


10.  INT13 Tests

     10.1 INT13H FN41H Support
         Performs INT13H FN41H command for the indicated DOS drive
         and reports wheteher or not it returned success.
         It also indicates if the fixed disk access subset or the enhanced disk drive
         subset were indicated as supported.  
         Severity: Status Only

     10.2 INT13H FN48H Option ROM Support
         If 10.1 reported success and that at least one of the subsets are supported
         then an INT13H FN48H command will be sent for the indicate DOS drive.
         The test will print out the buffer filled out by the function call.
         Severity: Status Only


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