Installing the Dionex PeakNet 6 System

Installing the Dionex PeakNet 6 System
Installing the Dionex PeakNet® 6 System
IMPORTANT
_
Follow these installation instructions step-by-step, in the order
specified. Otherwise, the PeakNet 6 system will not operate.
_
During installation, record the requested information on a copy of
the PeakNet 6 System Installation Check List.
_
Save the completed check list in a safe location. It will provide
valuable troubleshooting assistance, should a problem arise later.
© 2002 Dionex Corporation
Document No. 031631
Revision 04
April 2002
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DX-LAN™ is a trademark and PeakNet® is a registered trademark of Dionex
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Contents
1 • Introduction
1.1
PeakNet 6 System Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1
1.2
PeakNet 6-Moduleware-BIOS Compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3
1.3
Installation Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-5
2 • PeakNet 6 System Installation
2.1
Installing PeakNet 6 Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1
2.2
Connecting Dionex Devices via USB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3
2.3
2.4
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2.2.1
Connecting USB Devices Directly to the PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-4
2.2.2
Connecting USB Devices to a Hub . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-4
Connecting Dionex Devices via DX-LAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-6
2.3.1
Installing the Computer DX-LAN Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-6
2.3.2
Connecting 10BASE-T DX-LAN Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-7
2.3.3
Connecting BNC DX-LAN Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-9
2.3.4
Windows 98: Installing the DX-LAN Card Driver . . . . . . . .2-11
2.3.5
Windows 2000: Installing the DX-LAN Card Driver . . . . . .2-15
2.3.6
Windows NT: Installing the DX-LAN Card Driver . . . . . . . .2-18
2.3.7
Adding the DX-LAN Card to the Server Configuration . . . .2-21
Adding Timebases and Devices to the Server Configuration . . . . . . .2-26
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Contents
A • Backup of Windows System Files
A.1
Windows 2000: Creating the Emergency Repair Disk . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-1
A.2
Windows NT: Creating the Emergency Repair Disk . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-2
B • Setting Up the AS3500 Autosampler
B.1
Connecting the AS3500 to a Computer COM Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .B-1
B.2
SpectraNet Mode Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .B-1
B.3
Input and Output Polarity Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .B-2
C • Troubleshooting Communication
Problems
C.1
DX-LAN Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-1
C.2
USB Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-6
D • PeakNet 6 System Installation Check List
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1 • Introduction
IMPORTANT
Using the System Installation Check List
1. Before installing the system, copy the PeakNet 6 System Installation Check
List in Appendix D at the end of this manual. Reserve the original for future
duplication.
2. During the installation, record the requested information on the check list.
✔.
In this manual, items to be recorded are identified with a ❏
3. When finished, file the completed list in a safe location.
NOTE When you purchase PeakNet 6 software and a computer
from Dionex, the software and computer hardware are
installed at the factory. In this case, some of the steps on
the check list will have been completed for you.
1.1
PeakNet 6 System Requirements
Operating Environment
_
Microsoft® Windows® 98 (2nd Edition), Windows® 2000, or Windows NT®
4.0 (Service Pack 5 or greater)
Workstation Platform
For Windows 98:
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IBM-compatible computer, Intel Pentium® 200 MHz minimum; Pentium III
recommended
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64 MB RAM minimum; 128 MB or more recommended
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Hard disk drive with a minimum of 4 GB free disk space; 10 GB or more
recommended
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For Windows NT:
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IBM-compatible computer, Intel Pentium II 266 MHz minimum; Pentium III
recommended
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64 MB RAM minimum; 128 MB or more recommended
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Hard disk drive with 6.4 GB of free space; 10 GB or more recommended
For Windows 2000 or systems with a PDA detector:
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IBM-compatible computer, Intel Pentium II 400 MHz minimum; Pentium III
recommended
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128 MB RAM; 256 MB or more recommended
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Hard disk drive with 10 GB of free space; 15 GB or more recommended
For 10BASE-T DX-LAN devices:
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PCI expansion slot for the DX-LAN card
For USB devices:
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If the number of USB devices in the system exceeds the number of available
USB ports on the computer and/or built-in hubs in Dionex devices, install a
USB-compliant, full-speed external hub
For all systems:
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Windows-compatible monitor and video adapter, 1024 x 768 with 16 bit color
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CD-ROM drive
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Mouse supported by Windows
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Printer supported by Windows (network or parallel interface supported)
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Serial port for each AS3500 Autosampler
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1.2
PeakNet 6-Moduleware-BIOS Compatibility
To prevent system communication failures, PeakNet 6 must be compatible with
the Moduleware and BIOS of all installed Dionex devices. Before downloading
new Moduleware to a device, check the table on the following page to verify that
the version number supports the PeakNet 6 release installed on your computer.
Identifying the Current Versions of Moduleware and BIOS
There are several ways to identify which versions of Moduleware and BIOS are
currently installed:
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Most devices display their Moduleware and BIOS versions at power-up.
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On many devices, you can also select the POWER-UP SCREEN from the
DIAGNOSTIC MENU to display the Moduleware and BIOS versions.
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On the UI20 Universal Interface, press the front panel Status button to
display the Moduleware and BIOS versions.
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From PeakNet 6; for DX-LAN devices:
1. Start the PeakNet 6 server and then start the Server Configuration
program.
2. Select the Dionex LAN Card under Sharable Devices.
3. From the Edit menu, select the Properties command.
4. Select the Update Moduleware tab to display the Moduleware version
for all connected devices.
_
From PeakNet 6; for USB devices:
1. Start the PeakNet 6 server and then start the Server Configuration
program.
2. Under the timebase, select the USB device whose Moduleware you want
to check.
3. Select Properties on the Edit or context menu and select the General tab
page to display the Moduleware version.
BIOS Version Required for PeakNet 6 Support
To run PeakNet 6, the BIOS version for all devices must be 30.00 or higher. Note
that the ICS-90 Ion Chromatography System contains a boot block, not a BIOS.
All ICS-90 boot block versions are compatible with PeakNet 6.
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Device
Moduleware Version
(minimum for device
support)
Moduleware Version
(minimum for System
Wellness support*)
AD20
AD25
AS50
CD20
CD25
CD25A
DX-120
ED40
ED50
ED50A
EG40
GP40
GP50
GS50
IC20
IC25
IC25A
IP20
ICS-90
IP25
IS25
PDA-100
UI20
3.02
1.05
1.10
3.05
1.05
1.00
3.03
3.07
1.07
1.01
2.25
3.46
3.46
1.11
3.10
1.06
1.02
3.46
1.00.00
3.46
1.11
1.16
3.02
Not supported
1.02
1.05
3.05
1.05
1.00
Not supported
3.05
1.05
1.00
2.23
3.46
3.46
1.00
3.08
1.04
1.00
3.46
1.00.00
3.46
1.00
1.06
Not supported
*System Wellness Support
For System Wellness support of a device, PeakNet 6 must be able to access the
device’s serial number. For newer devices, the serial number is entered into device
memory at the factory and then is automatically uploaded to PeakNet 6 when the
device is configured in a timebase.
However, in older devices, the serial number is not entered into device memory.
To upgrade one of these devices for System Wellness support, contact Dionex. In
the U.S., call 1-800-346-6390 and select the Technical Support option. Outside
the U.S., call the nearest Dionex office.
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1.3
Installation Overview
Preliminary
Steps
Copy the System
Installation Check List
Record the Computer
Configuration on the
Check List
Back Up Windows
System Files*
*Not required for Windows 98
Software
Installation
Installation
of USB
Devices
Install PeakNet 6
Software
Connect the
USB Devices
Add Timebase(s) and
USB Device(s) to the
Server Configuration
Installation
of DX-LAN
Devices
Install the
DX-LAN Card in the
Computer
Connect the DX-LAN
Network
Install the DX-LAN
Card Driver
Add the DX-LAN Card,
Timebase(s), and DXLAN Device(s) to the
Server Configuration
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See Section D.
✔ After each remaining step,
❏
record the requested information
on the check list.
See Appendix A.
See Section 2.1.
See Section 2.2.
See Section 2.4.
See Section 2.3.1.
For 10BASE-T, see Section 2.3.2.
For BNC, see Section 2.3.3.
For Windows 98, see Section 2.2.
For Windows 2000, see Section 2.3.
For Windows NT, see Section 2.4.
See Section 2.3.7 and Section 2.4.
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2 • PeakNet 6 System Installation
2.1
Installing PeakNet 6 Software
The SETUP.EXE file on the CD-ROM installs PeakNet 6. After presenting a
series of options for your consideration, it then copies PeakNet 6 onto the hard
disk. Run the Setup program from within the Windows operating environment.
NOTE In order to install PeakNet 6, the DX-LAN card, and/or
USB devices, you must be logged onto Windows 2000 or
Windows NT with administrator privileges. If necessary,
ask the Windows 2000 or Windows NT administrator to
grant you administrator privileges temporarily.
Administrator privileges are not required to run
PeakNet 6.
NOTE Windows NT 4.0 does not support USB. If the computer
is running Windows NT, it may be possible to connect
USB devices to the PC via a LAN (local area network).
Contact your network administrator for help.
1. Make sure that the drive on which you plan to install PeakNet 6 has at least
60 MB of free disk space.
2. Insert the PeakNet 6 CD-ROM into the appropriate drive.
3. The PeakNet 6 Setup menu appears.
If the Setup menu does not appear automatically, go to the Autorun folder on
the PeakNet 6 CD-ROM and double-click autorun.exe.
4. Select Launch PeakNet 6 Setup.
5. Setup now guides you through the installation procedure; follow the onscreen instructions as they appear.
6. When prompted, select whether to add the PeakNet 6 Server Monitor program
to the Startup group. If you select yes, the Server Monitor program starts
automatically when the computer is started, and the program icon appears in
the taskbar.
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7. After running Setup, store the CD-ROM in a safe place away from heat or
moisture.
✔ Record the required information on the System Installation Check List.
❏
An electronic version of the PeakNet 6 User’s Guide (Document No. 031630) is
included on the PeakNet 6 CD-ROM. Refer to the “Installation” section in the
manual for additional information, including:
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The structure of the data source created during setup
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How to update PeakNet 6 software
_
Special considerations for installing and using PeakNet 6 under Windows NT
_
Details about PeakNet 6 software protection
_
How to set up user access control of operations
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2.2
Connecting Dionex Devices via USB
Follow these instructions to install Dionex devices (detector, pump, etc.) that are
equipped with a USB (Universal Serial Bus) port. These connections are made
with standard USB A-B cables. The “A” connector is the flat, rectangular end of
the cable. The “B” connector is the smaller, more square end of the cable.
The USB standard limits the USB cable length to 5 meters
(16 ft). If the distance between a device and the PC exceeds
this limit, you can install a USB hub. Note that each device can
be separated from the PC by no more than five hubs. Thus,
each USB device can be located no more than 30 meters
(32 yds) from the PC.
Here is a summary of USB installation options:
_
If a USB port is available on the PeakNet 6 workstation, connect the Dionex
device directly to the computer (see Section 2.2.1).
_
If the number of Dionex USB devices in the system exceeds the number of
available USB ports on the computer, connect the additional devices to a USB
hub and then connect the hub to the computer (see Section 2.2.2). There are
two types of hubs:
If the system includes a Dionex device with a built-in USB hub (and if the
ports provide sufficient power), connect the other USB devices to the built-in
hub.
If a built-in hub is not available, you can install an external USB-compliant,
full-speed hub and additional A-B cables. USB hubs and cables are available
at computer supply stores.
NOTE Windows NT 4.0 does not support USB. If the computer
is running Windows NT, it may be possible to connect
USB devices to the PC via a LAN (local area network).
Contact your network administrator for help.
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2.2.1
Connecting USB Devices Directly to the PC
1. Plug the “A” connector of a USB A-B cable into a USB port on the
PeakNet 6 workstation. Plug the “B” connector of the cable into the
USB port on the Dionex device (see Figure 2-1).
2. Repeat Step 1 to install additional USB devices.
✔Record the required information on the System Installation Check List.
❏
Go on to Section 2.4, “Adding Timebases and Devices to the Server
Configuration.”
Figure 2-1. Example Connections: One USB Device Connected to the PC
2.2.2
Connecting USB Devices to a Hub
Whenever possible, connect Dionex USB devices to the built-in USB hub
in a Dionex device. If a built-in hub is not available (or if the ports do not
provide sufficient power), install a USB-compliant, full-speed external
hub. Refer to the manual provided by the hub vendor for complete
installation instructions.
The USB standard limits the USB cable length to 5 meters
(16 ft). Each USB device can be separated from the PC by no
more than five hubs. Thus, each USB device can be located no
more than 30 meters (32 yds) from the PC.
1. Plug the “A” connector of a USB A-B cable into a port on the USB
hub. Plug the “B” connector of the cable into the USB port on the
Dionex device (see Figure 2-2).
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2. Repeat Step 1 for each additional USB device.
3. Plug the “A” connector of a USB A-B cable into a USB port on the
computer (see Figure 2-2). Plug the “B” connector of the cable into a
port on the USB hub.
✔Record the required information on the System Installation Check List.
❏
Go on to Section 2.4, “Adding Timebases and Devices to the Server
Configuration.”
Figure 2-2. Example Connections: Three USB Devices to an External USB Hub
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2.3
Connecting Dionex Devices via DX-LAN
The DX-LAN (Dionex local area network) consists of a computer running
PeakNet 6 and at least one additional DX-LAN device (detector, pump, etc.). The
PC, as well as each additional device, must contain a DX-LAN interface card.
2.3.1
Installing the Computer DX-LAN Card
Windows 98, Windows 2000, or Windows NT must be installed
before the DX-LAN card is installed in order for the card to be
set up correctly.
To prevent electrostatic discharge from damaging the DX-LAN
card's electronic components, use an electrostatic grounding
strap during the installation. If one is not available, do the
following: before removing the card from its anti-static bag,
touch the computer's metal frame to discharge any static
electricity from your body.
1. Turn off the computer and disconnect its power cord.
2. Remove the computer cover.
3. A PCI Plug-and-Play 10BASE-T DX-LAN card (P/N 056908) is
shipped with the PeakNet 6 system. Locate an empty PCI expansion
slot into which the DX-LAN card will fit.
NOTE If several expansion slots are empty, leave as
much space as possible around each installed
card to ensure adequate air circulation.
4. A metal filler bracket covers the rear panel opening for the selected
expansion slot. Unscrew and remove the bracket; save the screw.
5. Carefully slide the DX-LAN card into the slot, aligning the card's
metal mounting bracket with the expansion slot opening on the rear
panel.
6. Align the card's bottom edge connectors with the connectors on the
motherboard. Firmly push the card into the motherboard connectors
until the card is fully seated. Install the screw removed in Step 4.
7. Replace the computer cover, as well as any cables you removed.
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2.3.2
Connecting 10BASE-T DX-LAN Devices
Follow these instructions when installing Dionex devices (computer,
detector, pump, etc.) equipped with a 10BASE-T DX-LAN RJ-45
(telephone-style) connector. Other devices on the DX-LAN network can
be equipped with either 10BASE-T or BNC DX-LAN connectors.
Figure 2-2 shows an example of network connections.
Figure 2-2. Example 10BASE-T DX-LAN Network Connections
The 10BASE-T DX-LAN cable is a Category 5 unshielded
twisted-pair cable. Do not substitute a cable of an inferior
grade. Failure to use the correct cable will cause a device to
lose communication with the host computer.
When using 10BASE-T cabling, you must install an Ethernet
hub. If you simply plug the 10BASE-T cable from a device into
the connector on the computer’s DX-LAN card, the connection
will not work.
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1. Verify that each device (computer, detector, pump, etc.) to be
connected contains a DX-LAN interface card. For complete
installation instructions for any Dionex device, refer to the individual
product manual.
2. Plug a 10BASE-T DX-LAN cable (P/N 960279) into a 10BASE-T
port on the front panel of the “combo” 10BASE-T Ethernet hub
(P/N 057398). If connecting to port 8, set the Normal/Uplink push
button to Normal.
3. Connect the other end of the 10BASE-T cable into the 10BASE-T
DX-LAN connector on the rear panel of a 10BASE-T-equipped
device (for example, the computer on which PeakNet 6 is installed).
4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 for the remaining 10BASE-T-equipped devices.
5. If the network includes any BNC DX-LAN devices, follow the
directions in Section 2.3.3 to connect the BNC DX-LAN network. Be
sure to install 50 ohm terminator plugs (P/N 921034) in the BNC tee
connectors at each end of the DX-LAN network (see Figure 2-2).
✔Record the required information on the System Installation Check List.
❏
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2.3.3
Connecting BNC DX-LAN Devices
Follow these instructions when one of the following conditions is true:
_
All of the devices (computer, detector, pump, etc.) on the network are
equipped with BNC DX-LAN connectors, or
_
One or more devices equipped with a BNC DX-LAN connector will
be connected to a 10BASE-T Ethernet hub.
Figure 2-3 shows an example of BNC DX-LAN network connections.
Figure 2-3. BNC DX-LAN Network Connections
1. Verify that each device (computer, pump, detector, etc.) to be
connected contains a DX-LAN interface card. For complete
installation instructions for any Dionex device, refer to the individual
product manual.
2. Attach a BNC tee connector (P/N 921914) to the BNC connector on
each device and on the BNC port on the rear panel of the “combo”
10BASE-T Ethernet hub (P/N 057398), if used.
Note the two small locking pins protruding from either side of the
BNC connector; twist the tee onto the BNC connector until the
locking pins are fully engaged in the slots on the tee connector. Pull
firmly on the tee connector to verify that it cannot move.
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3. Connect a coaxial DX-LAN cable (3 ft, P/N 960406; 6 ft,
P/N 960404; 12 ft, P/N 960405) to the first device.
a. Slide the metal sleeve on the end of the DX-LAN cable over the
BNC tee connector.
b. Twist the metal sleeve onto the tee connector until the locking
pins on the tee are fully engaged.
c. Pull on the end of the cable to verify that it cannot move.
The coaxial DX-LAN cable is a 50 ohm coaxial impedance
cable. (Fifty ohm cables are imprinted with “RG-58U.”) Do not
substitute an inferior cable, such as a 75 ohm television
coaxial cable. Failure to use the correct cable or to lock it into
place on the BNC tee connector will cause the device to lose
communication with PeakNet 6.
4. Plug the free end of the coaxial DX-LAN cable into one of the
following:
_
The BNC connector on another device, or
_
The BNC connector on the rear panel of the “combo” 10BASE-T
Ethernet hub (P/N 056910) (see Figure 2-2).
5. Repeat Steps 3 and 4 for each device to be connected.
6. Install 50 ohm terminator resistor plugs (P/N 921034) in the BNC tee
connectors at each end of the BNC DX-LAN network.
A 50 ohm terminator resistor plug must be installed at each
end of the BNC DX-LAN network. Before beginning operation,
verify that both ends of the DX-LAN have terminator resistor
plugs installed.
✔
❏
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2.3.4
Windows 98: Installing the DX-LAN Card Driver
1. After installing the DX-LAN card in the computer and cabling the
DX-LAN network, turn on the computer.
When Windows 98 starts, it detects the new card and begins installing
the driver.
2.
When prompted, insert the Windows 98 CD-ROM and click OK.
3.
When the installation is complete, restart the computer.
4.
Open the Control Panel and double-click the Network icon.
The Network dialog box appears.
5. Select the entry for the card you installed and click Add.
6. Select Protocol and click Add.
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The Select Network Protocol dialog box appears.
7. Select Microsoft.
8. Under Network Protocols, select NetBEUI.
9. Click OK.
The Network dialog box is displayed again.
10. Double-click the entry for the DX-LAN card.
The Properties dialog box for the adapter appears.
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11. Select the Bindings tab.
12. Deselect all protocols except NetBEUI.
13. Click OK to close the dialog box, and then click OK again to close
the Network dialog box.
14. Restart the computer.
✔Record the required information on the System Installation Check List.
❏
Go on to the next section, “Run the System File Checker.”
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Run the System File Checker
After installing the DX-LAN card and driver, run the Windows 98 System
File Checker utility to verify that the system files were not altered during
the installation.
1. From the Windows Start menu, select Programs > Accessories >
System Tools > System Information.
The System Information application window appears.
2. From the Tools menu, select System File Checker.
3. Select the Scan for altered files option, and click the Settings button.
4. Select the Check for changed files and Check for deleted files
check boxes.
5. Click OK.
6. Click the Start button.
7. If a changed or deleted file is detected, follow the on-screen
instructions to restore the file.
After running System File Checker, go on to Section 2.4, “Adding
Timebases and Devices to the Server Configuration.”
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2.3.5
Windows 2000: Installing the DX-LAN Card Driver
NOTE In order to install PeakNet 6 and the DX-LAN card, you
must be logged onto Windows 2000 with administrator
privileges. If necessary, ask the Windows 2000
administrator to grant you administrator privileges
temporarily. Administrator privileges are not required
to run PeakNet 6.
1. After installing the DX-LAN card in the computer and cabling the
DX-LAN network, turn on the computer.
When Windows 2000 starts, it detects the new card and automatically
installs the driver.
2.
When Windows 2000 has finished starting, click the Start button and
select Settings > Network and Dial-up Connections.
The Network and Dial-up Connections dialog box appears. The
contents of the dialog box vary, depending on which network cards
were previously installed in the computer. In the following example,
two LAN cards are installed. The first LAN connection is for the
company’s network. The second connection is for the DX-LAN.
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3. Double-click the icon for the DX-LAN connection (in the example
above, this is LAN Connection 2). The following dialog box appears:
4. Click the Properties button.
The DX-LAN card Properties dialog box appears.
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5. In the Components checked... list, clear all check boxes except the
NetBEUI Protocol box.
6.
Click OK to close the dialog box.
✔ Record the required information on the System Installation Check
❏
List.
Go on to on to Section 2.4, “Adding Timebases and Devices to the Server
Configuration.”
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2.3.6
Windows NT: Installing the DX-LAN Card Driver
NOTE In order to install PeakNet 6 and the DX-LAN card, you
must be logged onto NT with administrator privileges. If
necessary, ask the Windows NT administrator to grant
you administrator privileges temporarily. Administrator
privileges are not required to run PeakNet 6.
1. After installing the DX-LAN card in the computer and cabling the
DX-LAN network, turn on the computer.
2. Open the Control Panel and double-click the Network icon.
If the Network dialog box appears, go on to Step 3.
If the Network Configuration message box appears, go to “Installing
Windows NT Networking and the Plug-and-Play Driver” on
page 2-20.
3. In the Network dialog box, select the Adapters tab.
4. Click the Add button.
The Select Network Adapter dialog box appears, displaying a list of
network adapters.
5. Click the Have Disk button.
The Insert Disk dialog box appears.
6. The default disk drive is A. If your disk drive is B, select the B drive.
7. Dionex provides a disk with drivers in the PeakNet 6 installation kit.
Insert the disk into the drive and click OK.
8. In the list of network adapters, select the entry for the NETGEAR
FA310TX Fast Ethernet PCI Adapter and click OK.
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9. When Windows NT has finished copying the required files, select the
Bindings tab.
10. In the Show Bindings for box, select All Adapters.
11. In the list of adapters, double-click the entry for the NETGEAR
FA310TX Fast Ethernet PCI Adapter to display a list of protocols for
the adapter.
12. Disable all protocol entries except NetBEUI. To do so, select each
entry and click the Disable button.
13. Click OK to close the dialog box.
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14. When the system asks whether to restart Windows now, click Yes.
✔Record the required information on the System Installation Check List.
❏
on to Section 2.4, “Adding Timebases and Devices to the Server
Configuration.”
Installing Windows NT Networking and the Plug-and-Play Driver
1. If Windows NT Networking has not been installed on your computer,
the Network Configuration message box appears after you doubleclick the Network icon in the Control Panel. Click Yes to install
Windows NT Networking now.
The Network Setup Wizard appears.
2. Accept the default setting, Wired to the network, and click Next.
3. Click the Select from list button.
The Select Network Adapter dialog box appears.
4. Click the Have Disk button.
The Insert Disk dialog box appears.
5. The default disk drive is A. If your disk drive is B, select the B drive.
6. Dionex provides a disk with drivers in the PeakNet 6 installation kit.
Insert the disk into the drive and click OK.
The Select OEM Option dialog box appears.
7. Select the entry for the NETGEAR FA310TX Fast Ethernet PCI
Adapter and click OK.
The selected adapter now appears in the Networks Adapter list in the
Network Setup Wizard.
8. Click Next.
9. The Network Protocols list appears. Select the NetBEUI protocol and
deselect all others.
10. Continue following the Network Setup Wizard. Accept default
settings for all the remaining steps.
11. When prompted, insert the Windows NT CD-ROM, enter the CDROM drive letter, and click OK.
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12. When the dialog box appears informing you there is more than one
hardware bus, accept the default settings and click OK.
13. Continue following the Network Setup Wizard; when finished, click
Yes to restart the computer.
2.3.7
Adding the DX-LAN Card to the Server Configuration
1. Turn on the power to all devices (detector, pump, etc.) connected to
the DX-LAN network.
2. Start the PeakNet 6 Server Monitor program by clicking Start from
the Windows taskbar and selecting Programs > PeakNet > Server
Monitor, or double-click the Server Monitor icon if it is on the
taskbar.
3. If it is not already running, start the server by clicking the Start
button.
4. Click the Close button to close the Server Monitor program window.
The Server Monitor icon appears on the taskbar.
NOTE Clicking the Quit Monitor button, quits (exits) the
Server Monitor program, but it does not stop the
server. To stop the server, click the Stop button.
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5. Start the Server Configuration program by clicking Start on the
Windows taskbar and selecting Programs > PeakNet > Server
Configuration.
6. If necessary, click the + character beside the server name to show the
items under the server.
7. Select the Sharable Device item and select Add Shared Device from
the Edit menu, or right-click and select from the pop-up menu.
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8. Select Dionex LAN Card from the list and click OK.
The Dionex LAN card properties dialog box appears, displaying the
name of the DX-LAN card and all other network cards installed in the
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computer. The example below shows the DX-LAN PCI Plug-andPlay card for 10BASE-T and one additional network adapter.
There are two methods for binding to the DX-LAN card: automatic
and manual.
Automatic Binding
Click the Automatic Binding button (do not first select an adapter in
the Network Adapters list) to have PeakNet 6 search for the DX-LAN
card. When the DX-LAN card is found, PeakNet 6 binds to it and
then establishes communication with the DX-LAN device(s) installed
on the network.
During automatic binding, PeakNet 6 sends commands to all installed
network adapters until it finds the DX-LAN card. It is possible for
this process to affect communication with the network(s) associated
with the other network adapter(s). A message warning you of this
appears when you click the Automatic Binding button.
For most adapters, the commands sent from PeakNet 6 do not cause a
problem and you can click Yes to continue. However, if you do not
want PeakNet 6 to communicate with other adapters, click the No
button and use the manual binding procedure instead.
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Manual Binding
Select the DX-LAN card in the Network Adapters list and click the
Bind to DX-LAN button.
PeakNet 6 binds to the DX-LAN card and then establishes
communication with the DX-LAN device(s) installed on the network.
During manual binding, PeakNet 6 only sends commands to the
adapter selected in the list.
NOTE Once the DX-LAN card is successfully bound (either
automatically or manually), PeakNet 6 never sends
commands to another network adapter.
When binding is complete, the Active DX-LAN box displays the
name of the DX-LAN PCI Plug-and-Play card.
9. Click OK to close the Dionex LAN Card dialog box.
✔Record the required information on the System Installation Check List.
❏
You can now add a timebase to the server configuration and add the DX-LAN
devices to the timebase.
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2.4
Adding Timebases and Devices to the Server
Configuration
This section briefly describes how to add a timebase to the server configuration
and how to add devices to the timebase. For detailed information, see the
PeakNet 6 online Help topic, “How to...: Actions in the Server Configuration
Program.”
1. In the Server Configuration program, right-click the server name and select
Add Timebase.
2. Enter a name for the timebase, or accept the default name.
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3. Right-click the timebase and select Add Device.
4. Select the device to be included in this timebase.
5. For USB devices only: Select the Device Serial Number. Note: Refer to the
operator’s manual for the device for the location of the serial number.
6. For DX-LAN devices only: Select the DX-LAN Device ID number. Note:
Devices display their DX-LAN ID numbers when their power is turned on.
7. Specify properties for the device.
8. Repeat Steps 3 through 5 for any additional devices to be included in the
timebase. An example timebase is shown below.
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9. Repeat Steps 1 through 6 for any additional timebases.
✔
❏
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A • Backup of Windows System Files
Before installing PeakNet 6 and the DX-LAN card, it is important to back up your
Windows system files. If an accident occurs during installation, you may need to
restore these files. Follow the instructions in Section A.1 for Windows 2000 or
Section A.2 for Windows NT.
NOTE For Windows 98, a system file check is performed after
installing the card and PeakNet 6 (see Section 2.3.5).
A.1
Windows 2000: Creating the Emergency Repair Disk
The Windows 2000 backup tools include an option to create an Emergency Repair
Disk for repairing and restarting Windows if it is damaged.
1. Click Start on the Windows taskbar, and then select Programs > Accessories
> System Tools > Backup.
2. Select the Emergency Repair Disk icon from the Backup dialog box.
The following dialog box appears.
3. Check the “Also backup the registry...” check box and then insert a formatted
floppy disk into drive A and click OK.
The information needed by the Windows 2000 Setup program to repair
Windows 2000 is saved to the floppy disk. Store the disk in a safe place. If it
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is ever necessary to repair the Windows registry, see Appendix C for
instructions.
✔
❏
A.2
Record the required information on the System Installation Check List.
Windows NT: Creating the Emergency Repair Disk
Windows NT includes an application called RDISK that saves important
Windows system files to an Emergency Repair disk.
1. Go to the WinNT\System32 directory on your computer.
2. Double-click the RDISK.EXE program file. This screen is displayed:
3. Click the Create Repair Disk button to display the following dialog box:
4. Insert a formatted floppy disk into drive A and click OK. The information
needed by the Windows NT Setup program to repair Windows NT is saved to
the floppy disk. Store the disk in a safe place. If it is ever necessary to repair
the Windows registry, see Appendix A for instructions.
✔
❏
A-2
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B • Setting Up the AS3500 Autosampler
B.1
Connecting the AS3500 to a Computer COM Port
1. Locate the AS3500-to-PeakNet cable assembly (P/N 045789) provided in the
autosampler Ship Kit.
2. Insert the end of the cable assembly with the 9-pin jack into one of the
computer COM ports.
3. Plug the free end of the cable into the telephone-style connector labeled
COMM on the rear panel of the AS3500.
B.2
SpectraNet Mode Selection
The AS3500 autosampler must be in SpectraNet mode when operating with
PeakNet 6. Select the SpectraNet mode as follows:
1. Turn on the AS3500 power switch. The autosampler will begin running
self-diagnostics and displaying their status on the instrument control panel.
When the diagnostics are completed, the autosampler Status screen is
displayed.
2. Push the MENU button on the Status screen, and then use the arrow keys to
select OPTIONS.
3. Press ENTER to display a screen showing two choices: Ready Participation
and Configuration. Use the arrow keys to select Configuration.
4. Press ENTER to display the Configuration scroll screen, and then use the
down arrow to scroll to MODE. Use the plus (+) or minus (-) buttons to select
the SpectraNet option. Press ENTER.
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B.3
Input and Output Polarity Settings
1. For the Input Polarity menu option, set
Pump Ready Active = HI
Inj Hold Active = LO
2. For the Output Polarity menu option,
Set all to LO.
If Inj Hold Active is set to HI, data acquisition cannot be
started.
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C • Troubleshooting Communication
Problems
C.1
DX-LAN Devices
Problem: When you add the DX-LAN card to the server configuration (see
Section 2.3.7), an active DX-LAN card does not appear in the DX-LAN Card
Properties dialog box. This indicates that PeakNet 6 is not able to recognize the
card; therefore, it cannot establish communication with DX-LAN devices in the
system.
Causes/Solutions:
•
The DX-LAN device(s) are not powered up.
Turn on the power to the device(s) and follow the procedure in “Manual
Binding” on page 2-21 to bind the DX-LAN protocol to the card and establish
communication with the devices.
•
The Dionex Plug-and-Play card was installed in the computer before
Windows 98 was installed.
1. Open the Windows Control Panel and double-click the System icon.
2. Select the Device Manager tab.
A device is listed as an unknown Ethernet card (i.e., a question mark icon
precedes the card name).
3. Delete this unknown Ethernet card listing.
4. Reboot the computer.
5. When Windows starts, it detects the card. Follow the device driver
installation instructions in Section 2.3.4. When finished, install PeakNet 6
software.
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•
PeakNet 6 was installed before the Plug-and-Play card was installed.
If you did not save the Windows registry information (see Appendix A),
contact Dionex for assistance. If you did save the registry information, follow
the steps below to correct the problem.
For Windows 2000:
1. Click Start, and then click Shut Down.
2. Click Restart, and click OK.
3. When the message Please select the operating system to start appears,
press F8.
4. Use the arrow keys to select Last Known Good Configuration, and
press ENTER.
NOTE NUM LOCK must be off to use the arrow keys on the
numeric keypad.
5. Use the arrow keys to select an operating system, and press ENTER.
6. Restart Windows, and then follow the instructions in Section 2.3.5 for
installing the device driver.
For Windows NT:
1. Insert the Windows NT CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
2. When the Microsoft Windows NT title page is displayed, click the
Windows NT Setup button.
3. The Windows NT 4.0 Upgrade/Installation dialog box appears. Click the
Options button.
4. Uncheck the Create Local Source option, and then click OK and
Continue.
5. When the installation program finishes copying files, exit Windows NT
and restart the computer.
6. When prompted to either completely reinstall Windows NT or repair it,
select Repair and insert the Emergency Repair disk (see Section A.2) to
repair the registry.
7. Follow the instructions in Section 2.3.6 for installing the device driver.
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•
The same model of network card was installed before the Dionex
Plug-and-Play card was installed.
For the DX-LAN to function correctly, the IPX/SPX-compatible protocol
must not bind to the Dionex Plug-and-Play card. However, if the
Plug-and-Play card is installed in a computer that already contains a similar
card, it is difficult to determine from which card the IPX/SPX binding should
be removed. Follow the steps below to correct the problem.
1. In the Control Panel, open the Network applet.
2. Highlight the first entry for the NETGEAR 310TX Fast Ethernet PCI
Adapter (the DX-LAN Plug-and-Play card). Now, click the Remove
button.
3. One at a time, remove all other entries for the NETGEAR FA310TX Fast
Ethernet PCI Adapter. When you finish, exit Windows and turn off the
computer.
4. Remove all FA310TX cards, except the Dionex card, from the computer.
5. Turn on the computer. Follow the instructions in Section 2.3.4 (Windows
98), Section 2.3.5 (Windows 2000), or Section 2.3.6 (for Windows NT) to
set up the card with the Control Panel.
6. Follow the instructions in Section 2.3.7 to add the card to the PeakNet 6
server configuration. The card should now appear in the Active DX-LAN
Card list.
7. Exit Windows and turn off the computer.
8. Reinstall the other FA310TX card(s) in the computer and reconnect the
network cables.
9. Turn on the computer and install the driver for the other FA310TX cards.
The connection to the network will be re-established.
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Problem: The server intermittently loses communication with DX-LAN devices.
Causes/Solutions:
•
A DX-LAN cable(s) is the wrong type.
When making BNC DX-LAN connections, use 50 ohm coaxial impedance
cables (imprinted with “RG-58U”).
When making 10BASE-T DX-LAN connections, use Category 5 unshielded
twisted-pair cables.
•
10BASE-T hub connections are incorrect or the hub power is off.
Make sure each device, including the computer, is connected to a hub port
with a Category 5 unshielded twisted-pair cable. Make sure the connections
are not loose.
If a device is connected to Port 8, make sure the Normal/Uplink push button is
set to Normal.
Make sure the power to the hub is turned on.
•
A BNC tee connector(s) is incorrectly installed.
Check every device on the DX-LAN network as follows:
a. Make sure a BNC tee connector is attached to the BNC connector on the
rear panel of the device. Check that the locking pins on the BNC
connector are fully engaged in the slots on the tee connector. Finally, pull
on the tee connector to verify that it cannot move.
b. Next, check each DX-LAN cable to verify that the locking pins on the
BNC tee connector are fully engaged in the slots in the cable's metal
sleeve. Pull on each cable to verify that it cannot move.
•
A terminator plug(s) is missing.
Make sure a 50 ohm terminator plug (P/N 921034) is installed in the BNC tee
connector at each end of the DX-LAN network.
•
Devices are not connected to the same ground.
Dionex strongly recommends connecting all DX-LAN devices in the system
to the same power supply or power strip.
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•
The same model of network card was installed before the Dionex
Plug-and-Play card was installed.
For the DX-LAN to function correctly, the IPX/SPX-compatible protocol
must not bind to the Dionex Plug-and-Play card. However, if the
Plug-and-Play card is installed in a computer which already contains a similar
card, it is difficult to determine from which card the IPX/SPX binding should
be removed. Follow the steps below to correct the problem.
1. In the Control Panel, double-click the Network icon.
2. Highlight the first entry for the NETGEAR FA310TX Fast Ethernet PCI
Adapter (the DX-LAN Plug-and-Play card). Now, click the Remove
button.
3. One at a time, remove all other entries for the NETGEAR FA310TX Fast
Ethernet PCI Adapter. When you finish, exit Windows and turn off the
computer.
4. Remove all FA310TX cards, except the Dionex card, from the computer.
5. Turn on the computer. Follow the instructions in Section 2.3.4 (Windows
98), Section 2.3.5 (Windows 2000), or Section 2.3.6 (for Windows NT) to
set up the card with the Control Panel.
6. Follow the instructions in Section 2.3.7 to add the card to the PeakNet 6
server configuration. The card should now appear in the Active DX-LAN
Card list.
7. Exit Windows and turn off the computer.
8. Reinstall the other FA310TX card(s) into the computer and reconnect the
network cables.
9. Turn on the computer and install the driver for the other FA310TX cards.
The connection to the network will be re-established.
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C.2
USB Devices
Problem: When the computer is turned on, a Windows message box appears
asking for a USB configuration file (cmwdmusb.inf).
Causes/Solutions:
•
Before PeakNet 6 was installed, a USB device was connected to the
computer and the power to the device was turned on.
Dionex strongly recommends installing PeakNet 6 before connecting any
USB devices to the computer. When the software is installed first, the USB
driver information is automatically loaded.
Use one of the methods below to resolve the problem.
C-6
•
Click the Cancel button in the Windows message box. Turn off the
power to the USB device and unplug the USB cable from the
computer. Then, install PeakNet 6, reconnect the USB cable, and turn
on the power to the device. Windows will now automatically
recognize the USB device.
•
Leave the Windows message box open and insert the PeakNet 6
CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. Click the Browse button in the
message dialog box. The cmwdmusb.inf file is located in the
Drivers folder on the CD.
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D • PeakNet 6 System Installation Check List
1. Computer Setup
a. Hardware Configuration
Brand ___________ Model ________________ Serial No.__________________
CPU Type _____________ CPU Speed ______ MHz / GHz RAM Size ______ MB
Hard Drive Free Space: Before Install __________ After Install _______________
Other Devices
❏
❏
❏
❏
Printer Brand ______________________ Model ________________________
Sound Card Type _________________________________________________
Modem Type ____________________________________________________
Non-Dionex LAN Card Type ________________________________________
Other ______________________________________________________________
Computer hardware configuration verified by
_____________________________________________
(signature and date)
b. Computer Operating System
Windows 98 / 2000 / NT Version ________ Service Pack Version ____________
Computer operating system verified by
_____________________________________________
(signature and date)
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2. Backup of Windows System Files
2.2 Windows 2000: Create Emergency Repair Disk
Repair Disk created by
_______________________________________
(signature and date)
Go to Section 3
2.3 Windows NT: Create Emergency Repair Disk
Repair Disk created by
_______________________________________
(signature and date)
Go to Section 3
3. PeakNet 6 Software Installation
PeakNet 6 Release (version and build numbers) ______________________________
PeakNet 6 Software Protection Key Code ___________________________________
You copied all Moduleware files from the Moduleware CD-ROM to the hard drive
(optional):
❏ Yes Moduleware Release ___________ Module BIOS Version(s)__________
❏ No
PeakNet 6 software installation verified by
_____________________________________________
(signature and date)
Go to Section 4 (USB device)
Go to Section 5 (DX-LAN device)
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4. USB Device Installation
❏ Installer logged in with administrator privileges (Windows 2000 or Windows NT)
❏ Each USB-equipped device connected to computer (or USB hub) via USB cable
❏ USB hub connected to computer via USB cable
USB cable installation verified by
_____________________________________________
(signature and date)
Go to Section 7
5. DX-LAN Device Installation
DX-LAN Card Installation
❑ PCI Plug-and-Play card (P/N 056908) installed
10BASE-T DX-LAN Cable Connections
❏ Each 10BASE-T DX-LAN-equipped device connected to Ethernet hub via
10BASE-T cable
❏ Ethernet hub connected to computer via 10BASE-T cable
BNC DX-LAN Cable Connections
❏
❏
❏
❏
“RG-58U” printed on side of each cable
Both ends of network have terminators
Each DX-LAN device connected via BNC tee connector
All connections secure (locking pin on connector is fully engaged)
Computer DX-LAN card and cable installation verified by
_____________________________________________
(signature and date)
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6. DX-LAN Card Driver Installation
DX-LAN card driver version on driver disk label _____________________________
❏ Installer logged in with administrator privileges (Windows 2000 or Windows NT)
❏ DX-LAN card driver installed
❏ All protocol bindings except NetBEUI removed from DX-LAN card
Computer DX-LAN card driver installation verified by
_____________________________________________
(signature and date)
Go to Section 7
7. PeakNet 6 Server Configuration
❏ Power to all devices turned on before starting the server
❏ DX-LAN card added to server configuration as a Shared Device and binding to the
DX-LAN protocol occurred, if necessary
❏ Timebase(s) added to the server
❏ All USB devices added to the timebase(s) and the correct device serial number
assigned to each device
❏ All DX-LAN devices added to the timebase(s) and the correct DX-LAN device ID
assigned to each device
PeakNet 6 server configuration verified by
_____________________________________________
(signature and date)
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8. Dionex Devices Installed (Indicate Moduleware Versions)
AD20 _________
ED40 __________
IC25 __________
AD25 _________
ED50 __________
IC25A ________
AS3500 _______
ED50A ________
ICS-90 ________
AS50 _________
EG40 _________
IP20 __________
CD20 _________
GP40 _________
IP25 __________
CD25 _________
GP50 __________
IS25 __________
CD25A ________
GS50 __________
PDA-100 ______
DX-120 _______
IC20 __________
UI20 __________
Dionex Device Installation verified by
_____________________________________________
(signature and date)
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