readme.txt Driver File Contents (I845IAAALL.zip)

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*  Intel(R) Application Accelerator for Microsoft* Windows*
*  98, Windows 98 Second Edition(SE), Windows Millennium 
*  Edition(Me), Windows NT* 4.0, Windows 2000, and Windows
*  XP* Installation Readme
*
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*  Intel is making no claims of usability, efficacy or 
*  warranty. The INTEL SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT contained
*  herein completely defines the license and use of this 
*  software.
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*  CONTENTS OF THIS DOCUMENT
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This document contains the following sections:

1.  Overview
2.  System Requirements
3.  Language Support 
4.  Installing the Software
5.  Verifying Installation of the Software
6.  Advanced Installation Instructions
7.  Identifying the Software Version Number
8.  Uninstalling the Software

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* 1.  OVERVIEW
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The Intel(R) Application Accelerator is designed to improve
performance of the storage sub-system and overall system
performance.  This software delivers improved performance
through several ingredient technologies (components).
Certain components will be available only on Pentium(R) 4
processor-based systems running Microsoft Windows 2000 and
Windows XP. Software  installation is flexible and fully
automated for Microsoft Windows 98, Windows 98 Second
Edition(SE), Windows Millennium Edition(Me), Windows
NT 4.0, Windows 2000, and Windows XP operating systems.

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* 2.  SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
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1.  The system must contain the following Intel products:

	* Intel(R) Pentium(R) III or Pentium(R) 4 processor	 
	* Intel(R) 82801AA, 82801AB, 82801BA, 82801CAM,
          or 82801DB controllers

2.  The kit software should be installed on systems with at
    least the minimum system memory required by the
    operating system.

3.  Microsoft Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition(SE), 
    Windows Millennium Edition(Me), Windows NT 4.0, 
    Windows 2000, or Windows XP.

4.  Installation of the Intel(R) Chipset Software 
    Installation Utility prior to loading the Intel(R)
    Application Accelerator.

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* 3.  LANGUAGE SUPPORT
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The following list contains the abbreviations of all
languages into which the driver component of the Intel(R) 
Application Accelerator has been localized. You may
have to refer to this section while using this document.

ptb -> Brazilian Portuguese
csy -> Czech
dan -> Danish
nld -> Dutch
enu -> English
fin -> Finnish
fra -> French
frc -> French Canadian
deu -> German
ell -> Greek
hun -> Hungarian 
eng -> International English
ita -> Italian
jpn -> Japanese
kor -> Korean
chs -> Simplified Chinese
nor -> Norwegian
plk -> Polish
ptg -> Portuguese
rus -> Russian
esp -> Spanish
sve -> Swedish
tha -> Thai
cht -> Traditional Chinese
trk -> Turkish

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* 4.  INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE
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General Installation Notes:

1.  The operating system and the Intel(R) Chipset Software
    Installation Utility must be installed on the system
    prior to installation.

2.  Click on the self-extracting and self-installing setup 
    file and answer all prompts presented.

3.  You will be prompted to reboot when installation is 
    complete.

Note:
  
By default, all general files (README.TXT, etc.) are copied 
to the path <bootdrive>:\Program Files\Intel\Intel
Application Accelerator 
	
4.1.  INSTALLSHIELD* (AUTOMATED) INSTALL FROM HARD DRIVE OR
      CD-ROM

1.  Download the Intel(R) Application Accelerator
    setup file and double-click to self-extract and to 
    begin the setup process.

2.  The Welcome window appears. Click on the Next button to 
    continue.

3.  The Software License Agreement window appears. If you 
    agree to these terms, click on the Yes button and the 
    drivers begins to install.

4.  The Setup Complete window appears. Select "Yes, I 
    want to restart my computer now" and click on the Finish
    button. 

5.  To verify if the driver has been loaded correctly, refer
    to Section 5.

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* 5.  VERIFYING INSTALLATION OF THE SOFTWARE
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1.  The verification of the Intel(R) Application Accelerator
    is different on a per operating system basis.  Please
    refer to the correct operating system subsection for
    details.

A.  Microsoft* Windows* 98, Windows 98 Second 
    Edition, and Windows Millennium Edition

* Run 'Start', 'Settings', then 'Control Panel'
* Double-click 'System' Control Panel Application
* Select the 'Device Manager' tab
* Expand the 'Hard Disk Controllers' entry
* Select the 'Intel 82801xx Ultra ATA Controller' listed, 
  where xx in 82801xx represents the controller identified 
  by the 'System Requirements' section of this document
* Select the 'Properties' button
* Select the 'Driver' tab
* Select the 'Driver File Details' button
* 'IntelATA.MPD' and 'Intelvsd.VXD' should be 
  displayed

B. Microsoft* Windows* NT* 4.0

* Run 'Start', 'Settings', then 'Control Panel'
* Double-click 'SCSI Adapters'
* Select the 'Devices' tab
* 'IntelATA' or 'Intel Ultra ATA Controller' 
  should be displayed

C. Microsoft* Windows* 2000

* Run 'Start', 'Settings', then 'Control Panel'
* Double-click 'System' Control Panel Application
* Select the 'Hardware' tab
* Select 'Device Manager' button
* Expand the 'IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers' entry
* Right-click on the 'Intel 82801xx Ultra ATA Controller' 
  listing, where xx in 82801xx represents the 
  controller identified by the 'System Requirements' 
  section of this document 
* Select 'Properties'
* Select the 'Driver' tab
* Select the 'Driver Details' button
* 'IdeChnDr.SYS', IdeBusDr.SYS, and IPrtCnst.DLL
  should be displayed

D. Microsoft* Windows* XP

* Run 'Start' then 'Control Panel'
* Double-click 'System' Control Panel Application
* Select the 'Hardware' tab
* Select 'Device Manager' button
* Expand the 'IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers' entry
* Right-click on the 'Intel 82801xx Ultra ATA Controller' 
  listing, where xx in 82801xx represents the 
  controller identified by the 'System Requirements' 
  section of this document 
* Select 'Properties'
* Select the 'Driver' tab
* Select the 'Driver Details' button
* 'IdeChnDr.SYS', IdeBusDr.SYS, and IPrtCnst.DLL
  should be displayed

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* 6.  ADVANCED INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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The following  SETUP flags are available:
  -?           	   Help information for the setup flags 
		   (shown below)
  -S           	   Silent install (no user prompts)
  -B           	   Forces a system reboot after installation
  -P <path>    	   Supplies target installation path
  -A           	   Extracts all driver files (does not install 
		   driver) to <path> if -P is also supplied, or 
               	   the default directory otherwise
  -N           	   Installs all components except driver
  -O <name>    	   Supplies target Start Menu Program Folder 
               	   name if installing Companion applet
  -L <number>  	   Forces a particular language install (See 
		   the product documentation for a table 
               	   mapping <number> to language)
  -build       	   Displays build number
  -f2 <path\name>  Creates a log file in <path> with <name>;
		   this is to be used during silent
		   installation.
  -noqfe       	   Prevents Microsoft patch from being
                   installed.  The patch prevents a blue screen
                   from occurring when attempting to play audio
                   content from CDs in digital mode on
                   Windows 98, Windows 98 SE, and Windows Me.


*** "Package-for-the-web" requires that an additional -A be
placed before any flag.  Therefore, an example file extraction
would be IATA_CD -A -A -P C:\<path> ***

Notes:  Flags and their parameters are not case-sensitive.  
        Flags may be supplied in any order, with the 
	exception of the -S and -L flags which must be 
	supplied last.  When using the -A flag, a target 
        path may be specified via the -P flag, and the -O, 
        -L, -S, and -N flags are ignored.  When using the -P 
        or -O flags, a space is required between the flag 
        and the argument; when using -L and -f2, however, there 
        should be no space.  When using the -f2 flag,
	a log file name and path must be specified.

To load just the driver as outlined in the Microsoft*
document, "Deployment Guide Automating Windows NT Setup," 
use the supplied TXTSETUP.OEM file included in this 
package and insert the lines below into the UNATTEND.TXT 
file.  This method is available for both Microsoft* Windows* 
NT* 4.0, Windows 2000, and Windows XP. (For Windows NT 4.0,
the TXTSETUP.OEM, INTELATA.INF, and INTELATA.SYS file need to
first be extracted from the compressed .CAB file.  For
Windows 2000 and Windows XP, the idechndr.inf, IdeBusDr.sys,
idechndr.sys, and Txtsetup.oem files need to be extracted.
To extract these files, run 'SETUP -A -P <path>' as described
above.)

Microsoft Windows NT 4.0:
  // Insert the lines below into the UNATTEND.TXT file
  
  [MassStorageDrivers]
  "Intel Ultra ATA Controller" = OEM

  [OEMBootFiles]
  INTELATA.INF
  INTELATA.SYS
  TXTSETUP.OEM

Microsoft Windows 2000 and Windows XP:

  // Insert the lines below into the UNATTEND.TXT file
  
  [MassStorageDrivers]
  "Intel(R) 82801BA Ultra ATA Controller" = OEM
  "Primary IDE Channel" = OEM
  "Secondary IDE Channel" = OEM 
 
  [OEMBootFiles]
  idechndr.inf
  IdeBusDr.sys
  IdeChnDr.sys
  Txtsetup.oem

The IprtCnst.dll file must be placed in the following
folder in your directory structure in order to be loaded
during driver installation:

C:\I386\$Oem$\$$\System32

Please refer to the following Microsoft Knowledge Base
article for information on why the IprtCnst.dll file
cannot be listed in the [OEMBootFiles] location in the
unattend.txt file:

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q275
/3/34.ASP?LN=EN-US&SD=gn&FR=0&qry=Q275334&rnk=1&src=
DHCS_MSPSS_gn_SRCH&SPR=CHS

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* 7.  IDENTIFYING THE SOFTWARE VERSION NUMBER
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1.  The identification of the Intel(R) Application
    Accelerator software version number is different on a
    per operating system basis.  Please refer to the correct
    operating system subsection for details.

A.  Microsoft* Windows* 98, Windows 98 Second 
    Edition, and Windows Millennium Edition

* Run 'Start', 'Settings', then 'Control Panel'
* Double-click 'System' Control Panel Application
* Select the 'Device Manager' tab
* Expand the 'Hard Disk Controllers' entry
* Select the 'Intel 82801xx Ultra ATA Controller' listed, 
  where xx in 82801xx represents the controller identified 
  by the 'System Requirements' section of this document
* Select the 'Properties' button
* Select the 'Driver' tab
* Select the 'Driver File Details' button
* Click on 'INTELATA.MPD' or 'INTELVSD.VXD'
* The software version should be displayed after
  'File Version:'

B. Microsoft* Windows* 2000

* Run 'Start', 'Settings', then 'Control Panel'
* Double-click 'System' Control Panel Application
* Select the 'Hardware' tab
* Select 'Device Manager' button
* Expand the 'IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers' entry
* Right-click on the 'Intel 82801xx Ultra ATA Controller' 
  listing, where xx in 82801xx represents the 
  controller identified by the 'System Requirements' 
  section of this document 
* Select 'Properties'
* Select the 'Driver' tab
* The software version should be displayed after
  'Driver Version:'

C. Microsoft* Windows* XP

* Run 'Start' then 'Control Panel'
* Double-click 'System' Control Panel Application
* Select the 'Hardware' tab
* Select 'Device Manager' button
* Expand the 'IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers' entry
* Right-click on the 'Intel 82801xx Ultra ATA Controller' 
  listing, where xx in 82801xx represents the 
  controller identified by the 'System Requirements' 
  section of this document
* Select 'Properties'
* Select the 'Driver' tab
* The software version should be displayed after
  'Driver Version:'

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* 8.  UNINSTALLING THE SOFTWARE
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NOTE: This procedure assumes that the above installation
      process was successful. This un-installation procedure
      is specific only to the version of the software and
      installation file included in this package.

1.  Click on the Start button.  Open the Settings menu.  
    Click on the Control Panel icon to open the Control 
    Panel window.

2.  Click on the Add/Remove programs icon.  

3.  Select Intel(R) Application Accelerator and click OK. 

4.  Click on Yes when the script prompts for confirmation.

5.  The uninstall script will prompt you to restart the 
    system.


Uninstall procedure for Windows NT 4.0:

NOTE: This procedure assumes that the above un-installation
      procedure is not applicable.

1.  Click on the Start button.  Open the Settings menu.  
    Click on the Control Panel icon to open the Control Panel 
    window.

2.  Double click on the SCSI Adapters tab.

3.  Select the Drivers tab.

4.  Select 'Intel Ultra ATA Controller' and then select the
    Remove button.

5.  Select the Add button and choose the default driver
    'IDE CD-ROM (ATAPI 1.2)/Dual-Channel PCI IDE Controller'.

6.  Choose OK and select Yes to restart your system.

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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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