xp625.txt Driver File Contents (Xp625.zip)

1. OEM Name                     : LSI

2. Product Name                 : MegaRAID Windows XP Driver (MRaid2K.sys)                               
                                  for 471/475/493/494/511/320-0/320-1/320-2 controllers

3. Release Date 	  	: 09/04/2002

4. New Version Release          : 6.25  

5. Previous Version Release     : 6.24

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Reason for Release (including Bug Fixes and Enhancements and Feature added)

Version#:6.25
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Bugs Fixed:
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1) A single Tape drive was seen at TargetID 0 and TargetID 16 on the physical channel.
   One can attach upto a maximum of 15 devices on a single physical channel. All the 
   requests coming for a physical channel with TargetID greater than 15 should be 
   returned as Illegal request. Ideally Firmware should return error on all the 
   TargetId > 15, but it has been seen it is returning success.
  
   This problem is fixed in the Driver by returning error for all the requests 
   coming for TargetID > 15.

2) In case of cluster reset, Driver was waiting infinitely for all the commands to 
   complete, resulting in the system crash/hang.

   This problem has been fixed by waiting for certain peroid of time for the outstanding 
   commands to complete.If the commands are not completed in certain peroid of time, 
   Driver completes all the outstanding with error and returns.




Enhancements:
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1) Support added for MegaRAID SCSI 320-0 RAID controller.




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Known Restrictions/Bugs:
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1) Driver is using Hal functions to program Hierarchy Bridges and SCSI Chips
   when system goes to D3 Standby state. In case of D3 Standby there is no
   controller BIOS scan which programs these transparent Hierarchy Bridges and
   SCSI Chips for our ATU (i960) where our firmware resides.
	
   In order to pass Window Logo test we are disabling Hal functions from our
   Miniport Driver.

   This might results in some problems during hibernation/Standby on the system
   which supports D3 state.

2) Driver is not signed by Microsoft.

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File Listing
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Date	         Time       Size        File Name
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06/11/02  	 10:14a   125,952 	Mraid35x.pdb
06/11/02  	 10:14a    24,448 	Mraid35x.sys
06/11/02 	 12:43p     4,158	nodev.inf
06/11/02 	 10:02a     8,822 	OEMSETUP.INF
06/11/02 	 12:43p     6,907 	TXTSETUP.OEM
09/17/02  	 02:34p     2,804 	xp625.txt


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