[+******************************************************************+] [ DAVICOM Semiconductor Inc. ] [ DM9 Series PCI Ethernet Adapter ] [ SROM Format Programming Guide ] [ ] [ (C) Copyright 1997-1999 DAVICOM Semiconductor Inc. ] [ All Rights Reserved. ] [-******************************************************************-] Files Description : =================== \PGSROM\PGSROM.EXE DM910X SROM Programming Program \PGSROM\SROM.DAT DM910X SROM Format Data File \PGSROM\ADDR.MAX DM910X Maximum Node ID File \PGSROM\ADDR.LOG DM910X Programmed Node ID Output Log File \PGSROM\PGSROM.TXT This File. DM9 Series SROM Format Data Description : ========================================= (Mark '*' field means that you must modify it, when you run PGSROM.EXE at first time and no SROM.DAT file) SubVendorID = 02 91 ==> Sub-System Vendor ID (0291h) SubDeviceID = 82 12 ==> Sub-System Device ID (8212h) NCE_AutoLoad = 00 00 ==> NCE and Auto_Load_Control PCIVendorID = 12 82 ==> PCI Vendor ID (1282h) PCIDeviceID = 91 02 ==> PCI Device ID (9102h) PMCSR_PMC = 00 00 ==> PMCSR and PMC NodeAddress = 00 00 00 00 00 01 ==> *Ethernet ID (000000000001) SelectedType = 00 08 ==> Selected Connected Type (0800h) GprControl = 80 ==> General Purpose Control (80h) BlockCount = 06 ==> Block Count (6 Blocks) Block0 = 8E 01 01 ==> Block0 Length, Type, PHY Address GPR init = 00 ==> GPR Length PHY reset = 02 80 00 ==> Reset Sequence Length, Data PHY info = 00 78 E0 01 00 50 00 18 ==> Block0 Other Data Block1 = 85 80 00 20 00 40 ==> Block1 Data Block2 = 85 00 00 00 87 00 ==> Block2 Data Block3 = 85 00 01 00 87 00 ==> Block3 Data Block4 = 85 00 04 00 87 00 ==> Block4 Data Block5 = 85 00 05 00 87 00 ==> Block5 Data <<< NOTICE !!! >>> 1. This program DON'T check the PCI Vendor ID and Device ID, so please check by yourself that ONLY ONE DM910X card on your machine. If you have other PCI cards or more than one DM910X cards, please remove them. 2. After completed programming the SROM, you MUST HARDWARE RESET the machine to take the change effect. 3. You can use the SubVendorID and SubDeviceID fields to assign the Sub-System Vendor ID and Device ID. 4. You can use the PCIVendorID, PCIDeviceID and NCE_AutoLoad fields to override the DM9 NIC default PCI Vendor ID (1282h) and Device ID (9102h). (When you specify the PCIVendorID and PCIDeviceID fields, the NCE_AutoLoad field MUST set 000Ah to enable the PCI Vendor ID & Device ID Auto-load function, otherwise the setting will be NO MEANING and used default values.) 5. The PMCSR_PMC and NCE_AutoLoad fields can be used for Power Management Function. (When you specify the PMCSR_PMC field, the NCE_AutoLoad field MUST set 00A0h to enable the PME/PMC/PMCSR Auto-load function, otherwise the setting will be NO MEANING and used default values.) 6. The NodeAddress field can be assigned the First Node Address for programming. After each programming was completed, the programmed Node ID will be output to the ADDR.LOG file, the NodeAddress value will be auto-increased by 1, the Next Node ID will be saved to the SROM.DAT file for next programming. 7. The current programmed Node ID must be NOT the Max. Node ID (FF FF FF FF FF FF), otherwise the program will display the ERROR message and Quit the program. 8. The current programmed Node ID must NOT beyond the Max. Node ID in the ADDR.MAX file, otherwise the program will display the ERROR message and Quit the program. 9. Before programming Node ID, the program will check the programmed Node ID from the ADDR.LOG file for avoiding the Node ID Reentry problem. (The Current Node ID from SROM.DAT MUST be increamented by 1 from the Last Node ID from ADDR.LOG) If the Current Node ID from SROM.DAT is NOT increamented by 1 from the Last Node ID from ADDR.LOG, the program will RETRY to program the Current Node ID, you can press <Ctrl>+C keys to break the job then use PGSROM /I to program the Current Node ID or check the SROM.DAT file.) 10. The PGSROM.EXE will compare the Programmed EEPROM Content with the SROM.DAT File Content. If programmed EEPROM failure, it will try to program the EEPROM again using the same SROM.DAT file, if failure again, it will quit the program and return the Write SROM Error Code. 11. The other field's descriptor can be referred to the DM9 Series SROM Format Specific. 12. This SROM programming program will return the following return code : 0 : Normal Quit Code 1 : Abort Quit Code 2 : No Card Error Code 3 : Broadcast Node ID Error Code 4 : Beyond Max. Node ID Error Code 5 : Write SROM Error Code P.S.: The following command of the Batch File can be used to get the Return Code : (MUST check ERRORLEVEL from the Maximum Number to the Minimum Number, if the Return Code Number >= RETURN_CODE_NUMBER, goto COMMAND label.) IF ERRORLEVEL RETURN_CODE_NUMBER GOTO COMMAND 13. This SROM programming program supports the following parameters. (You MUST insert the SPACE character between two parameters.) Syntax : PGSROM [/y] [/n] [/b] [/m] [/i] [/t] [/h] /y : Program SROM with WARNING Message /n : Program SROM without WARNING Message /b : Re-input Starting Node ID to SROM.DAT file /m : Re-input Maximum Node ID to ADDR.MAX file /i : NO Check Increament Node ID by 1 from ADDR.LOG file /t : Change the Screen Backgroup Color with Dark Gray color /h : Display Help Message (NOTICE: Between Two Parameters MUST be the SPACE character !!) <<< End of file >>>Download Driver Pack
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