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UltraATA 100 PCI
Quick Installation Guide
Introducing the UltraATA 100 PCI
The UltraATA 100 PCI is an ultra high-speed dual
channel UltraATA 100 controller board for use in
Pentium-class computer. With full support specified in
ATA/ATAPI-5, it achieves burst data transfer rates up
to 100MB/sec and supports drive capacities up to
128GB. And it also provides full backward support for
UltraATA 33/66, EIDE/Fast ATA-2, IDE and ATAPI
devices. PCI Plug-n-Play makes the installation quick
and easy, the enhanced BIOS auto-detects device types
and fine tunes to the best performance for each connected
IDE/ATAPI device.
Features and Benefits
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PCI Plug-n-play 2.1 compliant
2 independent IDE/ATA Channels, supports up
to four IDE/ATA devices and 128 Bytes buffer
Supports ultra and multiword DMA timing modes
CRC (Cyclical Redundancy Check)
Built in 80-Pin cable detect circuitry
Supports External BIOS
32-bit 33 MHz PCI Interface
Supports bus master DMA at 133 MB/sec PCI
burst rate
Supports maximum IDE/ATA data transfer rate of
100 MB/sec
3.3V Operating Voltage with 5V tolerant I/O
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System Requirements
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Pentium-class computer with one available PCI
slot
Windows 95B/98/98SE/NT 4.0/2000/XP/
Server 2003
Package Contents
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UltraATA 100 PCI board
Ultra ATA 40-pin/80-wire cable
Driver diskette
This quick installation guide
Layout
Dual Channel
UltraATA 100
Connectors
IDE1
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IDE2
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Figure 1. UltraATA 100 PCI board
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Hardware Installation
General instructions for installing the card are provided
below. Since the design of computer cases and
motherboards vary, refer to your computer’s reference
manual for further information, if needed.
Static Electricity Discharge may permanently damage
your system. Discharge any static electricity build up in
your body by touching your computer’s case for a few
seconds. Avoid any contact with internal parts and
handle cards only by their external edges.
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Turn OFF the power to your computer and any
other connected peripheral devices.
Unplug the power cord from the back of the
computer.
Remove your computer’s cover.
Remove the slot bracket from an available PCI slot.
To install the card, carefully align the card's bus
connector with the selected PCI slot on the
motherboard. Push the board down firmly, but
gently, until it is well seated.
Replace the slot bracket's holding screw to secure
the card.
Device Connection
The UltraATA 100 PCI is a dual channel Ultra ATA/100
controller that supports up to four IDE hard disk drives
or ATAPI devices. If you plan to use the second IDE
channel (IDE2).
In order to achieve high-speed data transfer, a 40-pin/
80-wire Ultra ATA ribbon cable is recommended. Also,
do not mix Ultra ATA/100 hard disk with slower IDE or
ATAPI devices on the same channel.
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Install hard disk drive(s) in chassis.
Attach one connector on the long end of the Ultra
ATA ribbon cable to the board's IDE connector and
the other connector(s) to your IDE drive(s). Make
sure pin 1 on the cable (indicated by the colored
stripe) matches pin 1 on the board's IDE connector
and your IDE drive(s).
When two drives are installed on the same IDE
channel, make sure one drive is set up as Master
and the other as Slave. This rule applies to both
IDE channels.
The Ultra ATA ribbon cable has two connectors. If
you install only one drive, connect it to the end
connector of the cable. On the other hand, if you
install two drives, connect the master drive to the
end connector of the cable and the slave drive in the
middle connector.
Figure 2. Connecting the cable
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Driver Installation
This section provides information on how to install the
UltraATA 100 PCI drivers for the following operating
systems:
Windows 95B ...................................................... page 5-6
Windows 98/98SE .............................................. page 6-7
Windows ME ....................................................... page 7-8
Verify Windows 95B/98SE/ME Installation ..... page 8
Windows NT 4.0 Installation ............................ page 8-9
Verify Windows NT 4.0 Installation .................. page 10
Windows 2000 Installation ............................ page 10-12
Windows XP/Server 2003 Installation .............. page 12
Verify Windows 2000/XP/2003 Installation .... page12
Bios Configuration ...............................................page 12
Windows 95B
For New Windows 95B Installation
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Follow Microsoft procedures to install Windows
95 accordingly.
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Once Windows 95 is installed, re-boot the system
into Safe Mode by hitting the F8 key repeatedly
during Windows Logo boot-up screen.
3.
Select My Computer/Control Panel/System/
Device Manager.
4.
Remove PCI RAID controller listed under Other
Devices.
5. Restart your system manually and during boot up,
Windows will detect new hardware and prompt
for driver diskette.
6. Insert the Software Installation diskette into the
floppy drive. Click Next, select Other Locations,
type in A:\Win9x, click OK, then Finish.
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From the Insert Disk window, select OK, then
retype the path A:\Win9x and click OK.
Remove the Software Installation diskette and
select Yes to restart Windows to complete driver
installation.
For Existing Windows 95B Installation
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After installing the board, boot up Windows 95,
Windows will notify you of New Hardware Found.
2.
Update Device Driver Wizard dialog box will
appear, click Next to continue.
3. Insert the Software Installation diskette into the
floppy drive, click Other Locations and type in
a:\Win9x, click OK, and then Finish. From the
Insert Disk window, click OK. When the Copying
Files dialog box appears, type in a:\Win9x and
then click OK.
4.
Remove the Software Installation diskette and
restart Windows to complete driver installation.
Windows 98/98SE
For New Windows 98 Installation
1.
Follow Microsoft procedures to install Windows
98 accordingly.
2.
Once Windows has been installed, select My
Computer/Control Panel/System/Device
Manager.
3.
Double click PCI RAID controller listed under
Other Devices.
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Select Driver tab and click Update Driver button.
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Insert the Software Installation diskette into the
floppy drive and click Next.
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Select Search for the best driver for your device
option and click Next.
Check Specify a location and type in a:\Win9x
and click Next. Click Next again and then Finish.
Remove the Software Installation diskette and
restart Windows to complete driver installation.
For Existing Windows 98 Installation
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After installing the board, boot up Windows 98,
the Add New Hardware Wizard dialog box will
appear. Click Next to continue.
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Select Search for the best driver for your device
option and then click Next.
3. Insert the Software Installation diskette into the
floppy drive. Check Specify a location and type in
a:\Win9x and click Next.
4. Click Next and then Finish respectively.
5.
Remove the Software Installation diskette and
restart Windows to complete driver installation.
Windows ME
For New Windows ME Installation
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Install the board and follow Microsoft procedures
to install Windows ME accordingly.
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Once Windows has been installed, right click My
Computer, then click Properties. Select Device
Manager tab.
3.
Double click PCI RAID Controller listed under
Other Devices.
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Select Driver tab, then click Update Driver button.
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Insert the driver diskette, select Automatic search
for a better driver (Recommended), then click
Next.
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Click Finish, remove the driver diskette and restart
Windows to complete the driver installation.
For Existing Windows ME Installation
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Install the board and boot up Windows ME.
2. At the Add New Hardware Wizard, insert the
driver diskette.
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Select Automatic search for a better driver
(Recommended), then click Next.
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Click Finish.
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Remove the driver diskette and restart Windows
to complete driver installation.
To Verify Windows 95/98/98SE/ME Installation
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Right click My Computer, click Properties, then
click Device Manager.
Select Hard disk controllers, CMD PCI-0649 Ultra
DMA IDE Controller is listed.
Highlight CMD PCI-0649 Ultra DMA IDE
Controller and click Properties. A message This
device is working properly is displayed in the dialog
box, the driver has been correctly installed. If any
error message is displayed, remove CMD PCI0649 Ultra DMA IDE Controller, move the board
to a different PCI slot, and restart your system.
Windows NT4.0
For New Windows NT Installation
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When the system is booting from Microsoft NT4.0
CD, user will see the following screens.
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Screen 1, Setup is inspecting your computer's
hardware configuration, press F6 key in order to
specify and add the UltraATA 100 NT4.0 driver.
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Screen 2, Windows NT Setup, Setup is loading
files, keep pressing F6 key to add the UltraATA
100 NT4.0 driver.
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If screen 3 does not appear for options to Specify
Additional Device then shut off system and repeat
steps 1-3 otherwise continue to step 5.
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Insert the Software Installation diskette and
press S.
6. Screen 4, Windows NT Workstation Setup,
highlight Other and hit Enter.
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Screen 5, Windows NT Setup, make sure Software
Installation diskette is in floppy drive and press
Enter.
8. Screen 6, Windows NT Setup, highlight CMD
CSA-64xx IDE Driver and hit Enter to load the
UltraATA 100 driver.
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Screen 7, Windows NT Setup, your UltraATA 100
driver, CMD CSA-64xx IDE Driver should be
listed. Hit Enter. Setup will load drivers.
10. Follow onscreen instructions to complete setup
for your NT version.
For Existing Windows NT Installation
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After installing the board, boot up Windows NT.
Select My Computer/Control Panel/SCSI
Adapters, then click on the Drivers tab.
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Select Add… then Have Disk....
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Insert the Software Installation diskette into the
floppy drive and type in A:\Winnt then click OK.
4. Highlight CMD PCI 646U2/648/649 Ultra DMA
IDE Controller and click OK.
5. Remove the Software Installation diskette and
select Yes to restart Windows.
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To Verify Windows NT 4.0 Installation
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Click Start, Settings, Control Panel. Double
click SCSI Adapters.
Highlight CMD PCI 646U2/648/649 Ultra DMA
IDE Controller from SCSI Adapters listing and
select Properties. A message This device is working
properly is displayed in the dialog box, the driver
has been correctly installed.
Windows 2000
For New Windows 2000 Installation
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After installing the board, boot up your system.
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Hit F1 key when the UltraATA 100 BIOS shows up
prompting Press F1 or F11 for Windows 2000...
Note: Windows 2000 Operating System
installation will require multiple re-booting of
your system. Please make sure you hit the F1 key
EVERYTIME Windows 2000 restarts during the
installation procedure. You will not be required to
do so once Windows 2000 has been loaded
completely.
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Once Windows 2000 installation completes, go to
My Computer/Control Panel/System, click
Hardware tab then click Device Manager button.
Double click IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers then
double click Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE
Controller icon to display the driver properties
dialog box.
Click Driver tab, click Update Driver button to
start the Upgrade Device Driver Wizard, click
Next to continue.
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Select Search for a suitable driver for my device
(recommended), and click Next.
Insert the Software Installation diskette into the
floppy drive, check Specify a location, click Next,
type in A:\Win2K, click OK then Next to continue.
If the Digital Signature Not Found message
appears, click Yes.
Note: If prompted for Windows 2000 CD-ROM,
insert the CD into your CD-ROM drive and click
OK. Type in D:\I386 (assuming D: is your
CD-ROM drive) and click OK and then Finish.
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Click Finish and restart Windows to complete
driver installation.
For Existing Windows 2000 Installation
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After installing the board, boot up Windows 2000.
Windows will attempt to detect the controller.
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When Found New Hardware Wizard appears,
click Next to continue.
3.
Select Search for a suitable driver for my device
(recommended) and click Next.
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Insert the Software Installation diskette into the
floppy drive, check Specify a location, click Next,
type in A:\Win2K. Click OK and then Next to
continue.
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If the Digital Signature Not Found message
appears, click Yes.
Note: If prompted for Windows 2000 CD-ROM,
insert the CD into your CD-ROM drive and click
OK. Type in D:\I386, and click OK and then
Finish. (Change D: to match your CD-ROM drive)
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Click Finish and restart Windows to complete
driver installation.
Windows XP/Server 2003 Installation
Windows XP and Server 2003 has built-in driver support
for this controller. For new or existing Windows
installation, just install the board and Windows will
automatically detect and install the correct drivers for it.
No additional driver is necessary.
To Verify Windows 2000/XP/2003 Installation
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Right click My Computer, click Manage, then click
Device Manager.
Double click IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers, then
double click CMD PCI-0649 Ultra DMA IDE
Controller. A message This device is working properly
is displayed in the dialog box, the driver has been
correctly installed.
Bios Configuration
The UltraATA 100 PCI BIOS will appear everytime
your system starts up. If the bios doesn't show, please
try your controller in another PCI slot. During this
(Post) process, the bios will show up and indicate the
devices attached to it. The bios also shows up with a
message Press F1 or F11 for Windows 2000... This
message only applies to New Windows 2000 installation
and you only need to press it during installation. You
do not need to press this key in any other situation.
Please see New Windows 2000 installation for more
details.
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Technical Support and Warranty
QUESTIONS?
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details. If you should happen to encounter any problems with this
product, please follow the procedures below.
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product to the store where you purchased from.
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defective, an RMA number will be issued. SIIG RMA department
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Fremont, CA 94538
RMA #:
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PRODUCT NAME
Ultra ATA 100 PCI
FCC RULES: TESTED TO COMPLY WITH FCC PART 15, CLASS B
OPERATING ENVIRONMENT: FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT:
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
THE PARTY RESPONSIBLE FOR PRODUCT COMPLIANCE
SIIG, Inc.
6078 Stewart Ave.
Fremont, CA 94538-3152
Ultra ATA 100 PCI is a trademark of SIIG, Inc.
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March, 2005
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