README.TXT Driver File Contents (9XU231_1.zip)


         INI-9XXXU/UW Windows-NT device driver Installation
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   FILES YOU NEED:
     script files for installation:
        txtsetup.oem, oemsetup.inf, disk1.
     device driver:
        ini910u.sys


   INSTALLATION:

   A: Install Windows-NT on a hard drive from the INI-9100U/9100UW SCSI Host adapter :
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     1. If you are installing Windows-NT from a floppy drive, locate the
        Windows-NT Disk 1 for Floppy Installation. Make a backup copy of
        this diskette.

     2. If you are installing Windows-NT from a CD-ROM drive, locate the
        Windows-NT Setup Disk for CD-ROM Installation. Make a backup 
        copy of this diskette.

     3. Put the disk into drive A and turn on your computer.

     4. Follow the instruction, and select "CUSTOM SETUP".

     5. Select "OTHER" from the list of "Additional Scsi Adapters". A
        message will appear on the screen stating that, "Requires 
        disk provided by a hardware manufacturer". Insert the diskette 
        containing INI-9100U/9100UW device driver and press ENTER.

     6. WIndows-NT will interpret the txtsetup.oem and oemsetup.inf script
        files and load ini910u.sys driver to xxx/system32/drivers directory.


   B: Adding or Updating the Initio driver to an existing Windows-NT 4.0
      booted from IDE drive or different type of host adapter:
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     1. Establish a Windows-NT session.
        - Select CONTRL PANEL from within the MY COMPUTER group.
        - Select SCSI ADAPTERS from within the CONTROL PANEL group.

     2. Select the DRIVERS tab from within the SCSI ADAPTERS group:
       - In the DRIVERS window, select "ADD...".

     3. In the INSTALL DRIVER window, select "HAVE DISK...".

     4. In the INSTALL FROM DISK window that is displayed, enter the 
        Initio Driver path name:
        - Insert INI-9100U/9100UW Driver Disk 1 into drive A: 
        - Type: A:\WINNT, select "OK"

     5. Select INITIO INI-9100U/9100UW Host Adapter, select "OK" 
        to install the INI910U.SYS driver onto your hard disk drive.

     6. In the WINDOWS NT SETUP window that is displayed, enter the Initio
        Driver path name to continue:
        - Type:A:\WINNT, select "CONTINUE"

     7. This completes updating the Host Adapter Driver. Follow the on-screen
        directions to restart your computer and activate the new driver. 
        
     8. It is highly recommended that you verify your Windows NT device
        driver has been properly installed by selecting MY COMPUTER from
        the desktop. Then select CONTROL PANEL:
        - Select SCSI ADAPTERS from within the CONTROL PANEL group
        - Highlight INITIO INI-9100U/UW SCSI HOST ADAPTER from within the
          SCSI ADAPTERS listing, and select PROPERTIES. If "This device 
          is working properly" is displayed in the Device status box, the
          driver has been correctly installed.

   C: Floppyless SETUP
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      If you are running WINNT.EXE or WINNT32.EXE to install or upgrade 
      Windows NT, when system reboot and screen turn black with the text 
      "Setup is inspecting your computer's hardware configurartion...",
      You have two seconds to press 'F6' key to enter the DRIVER INSTALL 
      SCREEN, this is the time to insert Initio Windows NT installation 
      diskette, and type "A:\WINNT" to load the INI-9100U/9100UW windows NT 
      driver.


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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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