idadapt.txt Driver File Contents (prowinx64.exe)

ÿþIDADAPT - Intel PCI NIC Identification Utility

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November 2, 2015



CONTENTS

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- OVERVIEW

- RUNNING THE UTILITY

- USAGE NOTES

- EXAMPLES

- LIMITATIONS

- DRIVER TO PCI ID CROSS REFERENCE





OVERVIEW

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The Intel PCI NIC Identification Utility identifies Intel PCI adapters and

provides adapter properties and assigned resources. You can readily use this

information in batch, script and configuration files for automation purposes.



The utility returns the following values:



- Slot number. PCI slot number reported by the adapter; returned in decimal

  format.

- SLOTX. PCI slot number reported by the adapter; For Gigabit solutions it is

  returned in hexidecimal format.

- PCI device ID. Adapters sharing the same PCI device ID can use the same

  driver. See the table at the end of this document showing the relationship 

  between drivers and PCI device IDs.

- SSID - PCI Subsystem ID and the Subvendor ID displayed in hexidecimal.

- MAC address. 12-digit Ethernet ID assigned to the adapter. This number is

  also printed on the adapter label.

- Revision ID. Adapters with the same device ID may be distinguished with

  the revision ID.





RUNNING THE UTILITY

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Using the "/?" option will display a list of supported command line options.

To run IDADAPT.EXE, you must start the computer in DOS. This utility should

not be run from a command prompt within any version of Microsoft Windows*, or

in any other non-DOS operating system. This utility should not be run with

any memory managers (such as EMM386) loaded.



IDADAPT.EXE can be run with no command line options, or with either of the

following command line options:



/B:<filename>

  Creates a file containing the adapter properties with the name specified. This

  file is in the format of a DOS batch file. If this file is named with the

  extension of .BAT, it can be executed as a batch file. Executing this batch

  file will create environment variables from the adapter properties.



/VERSION

  Displays IDADAPT version information and the diagnostic library version

  information.





NOTES

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IDADAPT.EXE will detect and return information on a maximum of sixteen

adapters in a computer.



Running the utility with no command line parameters displays the adapter

properties on the screen. For example, if you enter IDADAPT in a computer

with 2 Intel PCI adapters installed, the display would resemble the following:

NIC1 SLOT=43 SLOTX=0068 PCI ID=1229 SSID=10118086 MAC=0002B31FE072 RevID=65

NIC2 SLOT=47 SLOTX=0069 PCI ID=1031 SSID=10118086 MAC=0090270AAF73 RevID=32



In this example, the first adapter has the following properties:

- Logical slot is 43

- SLOTX is 0068

- PCI device ID is 1229

- SSID is 10118086

- MAC address is 0002B31FE072

- The revision ID is 65



If the utility does not find any adapters, it reports "No supported adapters were

found" and returns an error level of 1. You can use the error level for

conditional branching in batch files.



If you run the utility using /B:<filename>, it creates a file with the name you

specified. This file contains adapter properties in a batch file format. This is

an example batch file:



SET NIC1_SLOT=43

SET NIC1_SLOTX=0068

SET NIC1_PCIID=1229

SET NIC1_SSID=10118086

SET NIC1_MAC=0002B31FE072

SET NIC1_REVID=65

SET NIC2_SLOT=47

SET NIC2_SLOTX=0069

SET NIC2_PCIID=1031

SET NIC2_SSID=10118086

SET NIC2_MAC=0090270AAF73

SET NIC2_REVID=32



If the name you assign to the file ends in .BAT, it can be executed in DOS.

Executing the file sets environment variables for each property of each adapter.



Once the environment variables are created by the batch file, you can insert

the values into configuration files as needed. See examples below. When using

this batch file, remember that about 64 bytes of environment space will be needed

for each adapter found. Ensure that you make sufficient environment space

available in your configuration.





EXAMPLES

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Example 1:

To create a startup disk that loads a Packet Driver named PCKTDRVR.COM

on the second found NIC, the AUTOEXEC.BAT file might contain the following:

IDADAPT /B:INTELSET.BAT

IF ERRORLEVEL 1 GOTO NO_NIC

CALL INTELSET.BAT

PCKTDRVR 0x60 %NIC2_SLOT%

GOTO END

:NO_NIC

ECHO NO ADAPTER FOUND!!

PAUSE

:END



Example 2:

To create a startup disk that automatically detects the adapter model

and loads the proper DOS ODI driver, the AUTOEXEC.BAT file might contain

the following:

IDADAPT /B:INTELSET.BAT

IF ERRORLEVEL 1 GOTO NO_NIC

CALL INTELSET.BAT

LSL

IF "%NIC1_PCIID%" == "1229" GOTO PRO100

IF "%NIC1_PCIID%" == "2449" GOTO PRO100

IF "%NIC1_PCIID%" == "1000" GOTO PRO1000

IF "%NIC1_PCIID%" == "1001" GOTO PRO1000

IF "%NIC1_PCIID%" == "1002" GOTO PRO1000

IF "%NIC1_PCIID%" == "1003" GOTO PRO1000

IF "%NIC1_PCIID%" == "1004" GOTO PRO1000

GOT0 NO_NIC

:PRO100

E100BODI

GOTO CONTINUE

:PRO1000

E1000ODI

GOTO CONTINUE

:CONTINUE

IPXODI

VLM /V4

GOTO END

:NO_NIC

ECHO !! NO SUITABLE ADAPTER FOUND !!

PAUSE

:END





CUSTOMER SUPPORT

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- Main Intel web support site: http://support.intel.com



- Network products information: http://www.intel.com/network





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