README.TXT Driver File Contents (m747idedrivers.zip)

***************************  Index  *************************************
    This README file contains 3 parts of installtion notes.
    (1) SiS IDE Netware 3.12 Driver Installation
    (2) SiS IDE Netware 4.1 Driver Installtion
    (3) SiS IDE Netware Driver Installtion Notes
*********** (1) SiS IDE Netware 3.12 Driver installation ***************

    ***** Notice *****

    For Novell Netware 3.12, user had better to use SiS IDE Netware 3.12
    Driver first to install the Novell Netware Operation System to avoid
    losing Netware volume information.

    Below is the installation procedure :

    1. Follow all Netware 3.12 installtion procedure before
       execute ' Type "SERVER" <Enter> ' description.

    2. Insert the NETWARE 386 OPERATING SYSTEM-1 diskette into the floppy
       diskette drive of the file server.
       Type
            SERVER  <Enter>

       Ignore the message on the screen and enter any name for the server
       name. This is a temporary name to get you into the INSTALL utility.

       Enter any number for the internal network number.
       Again, this is a temporary number.

    3. Type
            LOAD A:/NETWARE/NW312/SISIDE.DSK <Enter>
            (Assume the SiS IDE Drivers diskette is put into floppy A:)
                           or
            LOAD D:/IDE/NETWARE/NW312/SISIDE.DSK <Enter> 
            (Assume the SiS IDE Drivers diskette is put into CD-ROM drive D:)

                                  
********* (2) SiS IDE Netware 4.1 Driver Installtion *******************

    * Use SiS IDE Device Driver Install Utility to install
      " SiS IDE Netware 4.1 Driver."

    1.Execute "install.exe" file in the SiS Driver diskette.

    2.Choose  "Install Driver"
              "Install Netware 4.1 IDE Device Driver"

********* (3) SiS IDE Netware Driver Installtion Notes *****************

    1. SISIDE.DSK Support Netware 4.1 & 3.12 Hard disk & ASPI interface

    2. By editing c:/server/startup.ncf file, you can force the default DMA
       master mode into PIO mode by using /d0, and /d1 command.
       For example
           load siside.dsk /d0 /d1 int=E port=1f0
                ==> Force Channel 0 into PIO mode.

           load siside.dsk /d0 /d1 int=F port=170
                ==> Force channel 1 into PIO mode.

       */D0 : force HDD (master) to PIO mode

       */D1 : force HDD (slave) to PIO mode

       Command Usage as follows :
           :load siside port=1f0 irq=e  /D0 /D1

       *I/O port :
           port=1f0 => I/O port 1f0-1f7
           port=170 => I/O port 170-177

       *IRQ :
           irq=e =>  interrupt request 14
           irq=f =>  interrupt request 15

    3) If you install two channel netware driver, please install as
       follows:

       LOAD SISIDE.DSK INT=E PORT=IF0
       LOAD SISIDE.DSK /d0 /d1 INT=F PORT=170

    4) If you want to mount the CD-ROM as one of your volumes, Novell
       lab. recommends user to use the HD & CD-ROM in different Channel.
       For example on Netware 4.1:

       LOAD SISIDE.DSK INT=E PORT=1F0  (Using channel 0 for HDs)
       LOAD SISIDE.DSK INT=F PORT=170  (using channel 1 for CD-ROM)
       LOAD ASPICD
       LOAD C:CDROM
       CD DEVICE LIST ; (There will show a CD-ROM device # on the screen)
       CD MOUNT #     ; (# is the device number of the CD-ROM)

    5) SiS Netware driver can support the CD-ROM as follows:

       OTI             Dolphin 8001
       SONY            CDU55E
       SONY            CDU76E
       TOSHIBA         XM-5302B
       NEC             CDR-273
       CREATIVE        CD420E
       CREATIVE        CD620E
       MITSUMI         FX400
       WEARNESS        CDD220
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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.

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