dcunidat.txt Driver File Contents (OMSA421.exe)

ÿþ# This is the data file for parsing

# Please do not remove this comment block



#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#

# Invalid strings

#

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------



0:0=Invalid String



#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#

# Strings that are used by the event logging system

# NOTE: There is a space after each string

#

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------



0:300=EventID:

0:301=Source:

0:302=Date and Time:

0:303=Computer:

0:304=Description:

0:305=Data: Bytes in Hex



0:310=Type: None

0:311=Type: Error

0:312=Type: Warning

0:313=Type: Information

0:314=Type: Audit Success

0:315=Type: Audit Failure



0:320=None

0:321=Event log was cleared





#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#

# Bus modeling support strings

#

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------



0:400=Unknown

0:401=Mass-Storage Controller

0:402=Network Controller

0:403=Display Controller

0:404=Multimedia Device

0:405=Memory Controller

0:406=Bridge Device

0:407=Simple Communications Controller

0:408=Base System Peripheral

0:409=Input Device

0:40A=Docking Station

0:40B=Processor

0:40C=Serial Bus Controller

0:40D=Other Controller

0:40E=SCSI Controller

0:40F=IDE Controller

0:410=Floppy Controller

0:411=IPI Controller

0:412=RAID Controller

0:413=Ethernet Controller

0:414=Token Ring Controller

0:415=FDDI Controller

0:416=ATM Controller

0:417=VGA-compatible Controller

0:418=XGA Controller

0:419=Video Controller

0:41A=Audio Controller

0:41B=RAM Memory Controller

0:41C=Flash Memory Controller

0:41D=Host/PCI Bridge

0:41E=PCI/ISA Bridge

0:41F=PCI/EISA Bridge

0:420=PCI/Micro Channel Bridge

0:421=PCI/PCI Bridge

0:422=PCI/PCMCIA Bridge

0:423=NuBus Bridge

0:424=CardBus Bridge

0:425=Serial Port Controller

0:426=Parallel Port Controller

0:427=Programmable Interrupt Controller

0:428=DMA Controller

0:429=8254 Timer

0:42A=RTC Controller

0:42B=Keyboard Controller

0:42C=Digitizer

0:42D=Mouse Controller

0:42E=End



#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#

# Strings used by the BIOS Setup Populator

#

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------



0:500=Num Lock

0:501=Diskette

0:502=NIC

0:503=Mouse

0:504=USB

0:505=IDE

0:506=Primary SCSI

0:507=Secondary SCSI

0:508=Tertiary SCSI

0:509=Boot Sequence

0:50A=Processor Serial Number

0:50B=Parallel Port

0:50C=Parallel Mode

0:50D=Serial Port 1

0:50E=Serial Port 2

0:50F=Speaker

0:510=Wake-On-LAN

0:511=Setup Password

0:512=System Password



#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#

# Strings that are shared by various populators

#

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------



0:600=Unspecified

0:601=Unknown

0:602=System BIOS

0:603=Embedded System Management controller

0:604=Power Supply Paralleling Board

0:605=Primary Backplane

0:606=Kernel

0:607=Application

0:608=Front panel controller

0:609=Baseboard Management Controller

0:60A=Hot Plug PCI Controller

0:60B=Sensor Data Records

0:60C=Peripheral bay backplane

0:60D=Secondary backplane

0:60E=System Power Unit

0:60F=System Cooling Unit



#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#

#	Strings that are used by the ESM2 populator

#

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------



0:700=SDS 100



#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#

# 710-73F is system backplane

#

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------



0:710=Backplane Main

0:711=Backplane Control

0:712=Backplane Location 1

0:713=Backplane Location 2

0:714=Control Panel

0:715=Backplane battery

0:716=Backplane +5V

0:717=Backplane +12V

0:718=Backplane SCSI Reference

0:719=Main chassis intrusion

0:71A=Backplane fan control

0:71B=Hard Drive Fan 1

0:71C=Hard Drive Fan 2

0:71D=Hard Drive Fan 3

0:71E=SCSI A connected

0:71F=SCSI A external termination

0:720=SCSI A internal termination

0:721=SCSI B connected

0:722=SCSI B external termination

0:723=SCSI B internal termination

0:724=Disk drives 1-4

0:725=Disk drives 5-8

0:726=Disk drive 1

0:727=Disk drive 2

0:728=Disk drive 3

0:729=Disk drive 4

0:72A=Disk drive 5

0:72B=Disk drive 6

0:72C=Disk drive 7

0:72D=Disk drive 8

0:72E=Extra BP Info

0:72F=Backplane +3.3V



#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#

# 740-75F is system backplane

#

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------



0:740=Peripheral Bay Backplane Main

0:741=Peripheral Bay Backplane Control

0:742=Peripheral Bay Backplane Location 1

0:743=Peripheral Bay Backplane Location 2

0:744=Peripheral Bay Control Panel

0:745=Peripheral Bay Backplane battery

0:746=Peripheral Bay Backplane +5V

0:747=Peripheral Bay Backplane +12V

0:748=Peripheral Bay Backplane SCSI Reference

0:749=Peripheral Bay Main chassis intrusion

0:74A=Peripheral Bay Backplane fan control

0:74B=Peripheral Bay Hard Drive Fan 1

0:74C=Peripheral Bay Hard Drive Fan 2

0:74D=Peripheral Bay Hard Drive Fan 3

0:74E=Peripheral Bay SCSI connected

0:74F=Peripheral Bay SCSI external termination

0:750=Peripheral Bay SCSI internal termination

0:751=Peripheral Bay SCSI B connected

0:752=Peripheral Bay SCSI B external termination

0:753=Peripheral Bay SCSI B internal termination

0:754=Peripheral Bay Disk drives 1-4

0:755=Peripheral Bay Disk drives 5-8



#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#

# 760-76F is used for ESM2 system fans, MB unique

#

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------



0:760=Front System Fan

0:761=Rear System Fan

0:762=System Fan

0:763=Drive Bay Fan

0:764=CPU Fan

0:765=CPU 1 Fan

0:766=CPU 2 Fan

0:767=System Fan1

0:768=System Fan2

0:769=System Fan3

0:76A=RAID On Motherboard Battery



#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#

# 770-784 is harrier backplane

#

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------



0:770=SDS100 BP Control

0:771=Backplane Location 1

0:772=Backplane Location 2

0:773=Backplane +5V

0:774=Backplane +12V

0:775=SCSI A termination

0:776=Backplane battery

0:777=SCSI A connected

0:778=SCSI B connected

0:779=Control Panel

0:77A=SCSI B termination

0:77B=Fan 1

0:77C=Fan 2

0:77D=Fan 3

0:77E=Fan 1 current

0:77F=Fan 2 current

0:780=Fan 3 current

0:781=SDS100 chassis intrusion

0:782=SDS 100 backplane control



#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#

# 785-79F is harrier PSPB

#

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------



0:785=SDS100 PSPB Control

0:786=Power supply 2 +5V

0:787=Power supply 1 +5V

0:788=Power supply 2 +3.3V

0:789=Power supply 1 +3.3V

0:78A=Power supply 2 +12V

0:78B=Power supply 1 +12V

0:78C=System power supply +5V

0:78D=System power supply +3.3V

0:78E=System power supply +12V

0:78F=System power supply -5V

0:790=System power supply -12V

0:791=System power supply +5V aux

0:792=Power supply 2 +5v

0:793=Power supply 1 +5v

0:794=Power supply 2 +3.3v

0:795=Power supply 1 +3.3v

0:796=Power supply 2 +12v

0:797=Power supply 1 +12v

0:798=Power supply 2 Fan

0:799=Power supply 1 Fan

0:79A=Power supply 2

0:79B=Power supply 1

0:79C=Power supply 2

0:79D=Power supply 1



#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#

# 7A0-7CF is system PSPB

#

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------



0:7A0=System PSPB

0:7A1=Power supply 1 +5V

0:7A2=Power supply 1 +12V

0:7A3=Power supply 1 +3.3V

0:7A4=Power supply 1 -5V

0:7A5=Power supply 1 -12V

0:7A6=Power supply 2 +5V

0:7A7=Power supply 2 +12V

0:7A8=Power supply 2 +3.3V

0:7A9=Power supply 2 -5V

0:7AA=Power supply 2 -12V

0:7AB=Power supply 3 +5V

0:7AC=Power supply 3 +12V

0:7AD=Power supply 3 +3.3V

0:7AE=Power supply 3 -5V

0:7AF=Power supply 3 -12V

0:7B0=System power supply +5V

0:7B1=System power supply +12V

0:7B2=System power supply +3.3V

0:7B3=System power supply -5V

0:7B4=System power supply -12V

0:7B5=System power supply +5V Flea

0:7B6=Power supply 1 +5v

0:7B7=Power supply 1 +12v

0:7B8=Power supply 1 +3.3v

0:7B9=Power supply 2 +5v

0:7BA=Power supply 2 +12v

0:7BB=Power supply 2 +3.3v

0:7BC=Power supply 3 +5v

0:7BD=Power supply 3 +12v

0:7BE=Power supply 3 +3.3v

0:7BF=Power supply 1 Fan

0:7C0=Power supply 2 Fan

0:7C1=Power supply 3 Fan

0:7C2=Power supply 1

0:7C3=Power supply 2

0:7C4=Power supply 3

0:7C5=PSPB Fan control

0:7C6=Fan 1

0:7C7=Fan 2

0:7C8=Fan 3

0:7C9=Fan 4

0:7CA=Fan 5

0:7CB=Fan 6

0:7CC=Fan enclosure



#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#

# 7D0-7FF is system motherboard

#

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------



0:7D0=Motherboard Control

0:7D1=CPU 1

0:7D2=CPU 2

0:7D3=CPU 3

0:7D4=CPU 4

0:7D5=Motherboard

0:7D6=Ambient

0:7D7=Processor 1 core

0:7D8=Processor 2 core

0:7D9=Processor 3 core

0:7DA=Processor 4 core

0:7DB=Motherboard +5V

0:7DC=Motherboard +12V

0:7DD=Motherboard +3.3V

0:7DE=Motherboard +2.5V

0:7DF=Motherboard GTL Termination

0:7E0=Motherboard Battery

0:7E1=Main chassis intrusion

0:7E2=Main chassis fan control

0:7E3=Fan 1

0:7E4=Fan 2

0:7E5=Fan 3

0:7E6=Power Supply Fan

0:7E7=Processor 1 cache

0:7E8=Processor 2 cache

0:7E9=Processor 3 cache

0:7EA=Processor 4 cache

0:7EB=Power supply control

0:7EC=Power supply 1

0:7ED=Power supply 2

0:7EE=Motherboard +1.5V

0:7EF=Motherboard +2.8V

0:7F0=Hot Plug Status

0:7F1=PCI Slot 1

0:7F2=PCI Slot 2

0:7F3=PCI Slot 3

0:7F4=PCI Slot 4

0:7F5=PCI Slot 5

0:7F6=PCI Slot 6

0:7F7=PCI Slot 7

0:7F8=Processor 1 cartridge

0:7F9=Processor 2 cartridge

0:7FA=Processor 3 cartridge

0:7FB=Processor 4 cartridge

0:7FC=Embedded Gigabit NIC 1

0:7FD=Embedded Gigabit NIC 2

0:7FE=Memory +3.3V

0:7FF=Video +2.5V



#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#

# Strings that are used by the OS populator

#

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------



0:800=Please Set the value

0:801=Windows NT

0:802=Windows

0:803=Novell NetWare 

0:804=Windows 2000



#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#

# AVAILABLE for allocation

#

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------



0:900=AVAILABLE for allocation



#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#

# Strings which are used as miscellaneous by various components

#

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------



0:A00=Dell Baseboard Agent

0:A01=Dell Local Response Agent

0:A02=Main System Chassis

0:A03=Dell Server

0:A04=Dell Workstation

0:A05=Dell Desktop

0:A06=Dell Portable

0:A07=Dell NetPC

0:A08=Dell Computer Corporation

0:A09=Dell PowerEdge XP/ME

0:A0A=Dell PowerEdge 4100

0:A0B=Dell PowerEdge 2100

0:A0C=Dell PowerEdge 6100

0:A0D=Dell PowerEdge 2200

0:A0E=Dell PowerEdge 4200

0:A0F=Dell PowerEdge 8450

0:A10=Unknown

0:A11=Not applicable

0:A12=Internal

0:A13=External

0:A14=Embedded

0:A15=Dell OpenManage Server Agent

0:A16=Management software for Dell systems

0:A17=01/01/2000

0:A18=Dell OpenManage Event Monitor



#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#

# Strings that are used by event processor

#

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------



0:B00=Dell OpenManage Server Agent starting

0:B01=Dell OpenManage Server Agent startup complete

0:B02=A system BIOS update has been scheduled for the next reboot

0:B03=A previously scheduled system BIOS update has been canceled

0:B04=Thermal shutdown protection has been initiated

0:B05=SMBIOS data is absent



0:B10=Previous state was: Unknown

0:B11=Previous state was: Other

0:B12=Previous state was: OK (Normal)

0:B13=Previous state was: Non-Critical (Warning)

0:B14=Previous state was: Critical (Failed)

0:B15=Previous state was: Non-Recoverable



0:B20=Temperature sensor has failed

0:B21=Temperature sensor value unknown

0:B22=Temperature sensor returned to a normal value

0:B23=Temperature sensor detected a warning value

0:B24=Temperature sensor detected a failure value

0:B25=Temperature sensor detected a non-recoverable value



0:B30=Fan sensor has failed

0:B31=Fan sensor value unknown

0:B32=Fan sensor returned to a normal value

0:B33=Fan sensor detected a warning value

0:B34=Fan sensor detected a failure value

0:B35=Fan sensor detected a non-recoverable value



0:B40=Voltage sensor has failed

0:B41=Voltage sensor value unknown

0:B42=Voltage sensor returned to a normal value

0:B43=Voltage sensor detected a warning value

0:B44=Voltage sensor detected a failure value

0:B45=Voltage sensor detected a non-recoverable value



0:B50=Current sensor has failed

0:B51=Current sensor value unknown

0:B52=Current sensor returned to a normal value

0:B53=Current sensor detected a warning value

0:B54=Current sensor detected a failure value

0:B55=Current sensor detected a non-recoverable value



0:B60=Chassis intrusion sensor has failed

0:B61=Chassis intrusion sensor value unknown

0:B62=Chassis intrusion returned to normal

0:B63=Chassis intrusion in progress

0:B64=Chassis intrusion detected

0:B65=Chassis intrusion sensor detected a non-recoverable value



0:B70=Power supply sensor has failed

0:B71=Power supply sensor value unknown

0:B72=Power supply returned to normal

0:B73=Power supply detected a warning

0:B74=Power supply detected a failure

0:B75=Power supply sensor detected a non-recoverable value



0:B80=Redundancy sensor has failed

0:B81=Redundancy sensor value unknown

0:B82=Redundancy not applicable

0:B83=Redundancy is offline

0:B84=Redundancy regained

0:B85=Redundancy degraded

0:B86=Redundancy lost



0:B90=Previous redundancy state was: Sensor failed

0:B91=Previous redundancy state was: Unknown

0:B92=Previous redundancy state was: Not applicable

0:B93=Previous redundancy state was: Offline

0:B94=Previous redundancy state was: Normal

0:B95=Previous redundancy state was: Degraded

0:B96=Previous redundancy state was: Lost



0:BA0=Memory device pre-failure sensor has been disabled

0:BA1=Memory device pre-failure sensor value unknown

0:BA2=Memory device pre-failure sensor returned to a normal value

0:BA3=Memory device pre-failure sensor detected a warning value

0:BA4=Memory device pre-failure sensor detected a failure value

0:BA5=Memory device pre-failure sensor detected a non-recoverable value



0:BB0=Fan enclosure sensor has failed

0:BB1=Fan enclosure sensor value unknown

0:BB2=Fan enclosure inserted into system

0:BB3=Fan enclosure removed from system

0:BB4=Fan enclosure removed from system for an extended amount of time

0:BB5=Fan enclosure sensor detected a non-recoverable value



0:BE0=Sensor location:

0:BE1=Chassis location:

0:BE2=Temperature sensor value (in Degrees Celsius):

0:BE3=Fan sensor value (in RPM):

0:BE4=Fan sensor value: Off

0:BE5=Fan sensor value: On

0:BE6=Voltage sensor value (in Volts):

0:BE7=Current sensor value (in Amps):

0:BE8=Chassis intrusion state: Open

0:BE9=Chassis intrusion state: Closed

0:BEA=Chassis intrusion state: Opened prior to OS boot

0:BEB=Number of devices required for full redundancy:

0:BEC=Power supply input AC is off

0:BED=Power supply switch is off

0:BEE=Power supply POK signal is not normal

0:BEF=Power supply is turned off

0:BF0=Power supply fan has failed

0:BF1=Memory device location:

0:BF2=Memory device bank location:

0:BF3=Pre-failure sensor error count value:

0:BF4=Redundancy unit:





#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#

# Strings that are used by Slot, Memory, Bus populator

#

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------



0:D01=PC/XT or compatible (83-key) keyboard

0:D02=Olivetti "ICO" (102-key) keyboard

0:D03=PC/AT (84-key) or similar keyboard

0:D04=Enhanced (101- or 102-key) keyboard

0:D05=Nokia 1050 or similar keyboard

0:D06=Nokia 9140 or similar keyboard

0:D07=Japanese keyboard



#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#

# Strings that are used by the SES populator

#

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

0:E01=Chassis Backplane

0:E02=Fan

0:E03=Power Supply

0:E04=PowerVault 20xS

0:E05=PowerVault 21xS





#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#

# Strings that are used by the TVM populator

#

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------



# TVM3 Sensors



0:F00=Invalid Sensor

0:F01=Main chassis intrusion

0:F02=CPU number position bitmap

0:F03=CPU 1 VID

0:F04=Motherboard +3.3V

0:F05=Motherboard +5V

0:F06=Motherboard +12V

0:F07=Processor 1 core

0:F08=Processor 2 core

0:F09=Motherboard GTL Termination

0:F0A=Hard drive

0:F0B=Ambient

0:F0C=CPU 1

0:F0D=CPU 2

0:F0E=Chassis Fan

0:F0F=Power Supply Fan

0:F10=Fan 3



# TVM4 Sensors



0:F20=Invalid Sensor

0:F21=Main chassis intrusion

0:F22=CPU number position bitmap

0:F23=CPU 1 VID

0:F24=CPU 2 VID

0:F25=Motherboard +3.3V

0:F26=Motherboard +5V

0:F27=Motherboard +12V

0:F28=Motherboard +2.5V

0:F29=System power supply +5V aux

0:F2A=Processor 1 core

0:F2B=Processor 2 core

0:F2C=Motherboard GTL Termination 1

0:F2D=Motherboard GTL Termination 2

0:F2E=Hard Drive

0:F2F=Motherboard Ambient

0:F30=CPU 1

0:F31=CPU 2

0:F32=Chassis Fan 1

0:F33=Chassis Fan 2

0:F34=Power Supply Fan

0:F35=Backplane +3.3V

0:F36=Backplane +5V

0:F37=Backplane +12V

0:F38=Backplane SCSI Termination

0:F39=Backplane Hard Drive

0:F3A=Backplane Ambient

0:F3B=Power Supply Fan

0:F3C=Chassis Fan 1

0:F3D=Chassis Fan 2

0:F3E=Chassis Fan 3

0:F3F=Chassis Fan 4

0:F40=Chassis Fan 5

0:F41=Chassis Fan 6

0:F42=Chassis Fan 7

0:F43=Chassis Fan 8



# TVM5 Sensors



0:F50=Invalid Sensor

0:F51=Motherboard +3.3V

0:F52=Motherboard +5V

0:F53=Motherboard +12V

0:F54=Motherboard -12V

0:F55=Motherboard GTL Termination

0:F56=Processor core

0:F57=Motherboard Ambient

0:F58=Chassis Fan 1

0:F59=Chassis Fan 4

0:F5A=Chassis Fan 2

0:F5B=Chassis Fan 5

0:F5C=Chassis Fan 3

0:F5D=CPU VID





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.

server: ftp, load: 1.55