Product FAQ  ( Under Construction )
 
     
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  FAQ for :  
     
  1.  USB 1.1 PCI Adapter  
     
  2.  IEEE 1394 Firewire Adapter  
     
  3.  PCI ATA 133 Controller / Raid Controller  
     
  4. USB 2.0 PCI Adapter ( NEC chip set )  
     
  5. USB 2.0 External HDD Enclosure  
     
  6. Card Bus Adapters  
     
  7. IRP-4P Broad Band Router  

 

 

1.

USB 1.1 PCI Adapters  
 

Q.

I can not find driver diskette or CD ROM in the package, where can I download the driver for this adapter ?  
       
 

Ans.

You do not need any drivers for USB 1.1 Adapters, Windows ( 98 and Up ) have built in support for it.  
       
 

Q.

Can Windows 95 support USB 1.1 Adapter ?  
       
 

 

It depends on the version, check the following table for details.  
       
   

Availability of USB 1.1 in Win95 by Release & File Date

Release Version File Date  USB Download Files
Retail 4.00.950 7/11/95 NO NO
Retail SP1 4.00.950A 7/11/95 NO NO
OEM Service Release 1 4.00.950A 7/11/95 NO NO
OEM Service Release 2 4.00.1111 (4.00.950B) 8/24/96 NO NO
OEM Service Release 2.1 4.03.1212-1214 (4.00.950B) 8/24/96-8/27/97 YES YES
OEM Service Release 2.5 4.03.1214 (4.00.950C) 8/24/96-11/18/97 YES YES
 
       
    Or you can find more details from : Microsoft Knowledge Base Article Q253756  

 

 

2.

IEEE 1394 Firewire Adapter  
 

Q.

I can not find driver diskette or CD ROM in the package, where can I download the driver for this adapter ?  
 

.

You do not need any drivers for IEEE1394 Adapters, Windows ( 98SE and Up ) have built in support for it.  

 

 

3.

PCI ATA 133 Controller / Raid Controller  
 

Q.

Does this card support Linux, and where can I find driver for Linux  

For versions of Linux earlier than 2.4, you will need to download a patch from http://www.linuxdiskcert.org/

For Redhat release 7.3 or later and other releases using a kernel later than 2.4, driver support for your Silicon Image-based storage controller is already included.

Please note that you must apply the patch that matches the kernel revision of Linux that you are using. Updating Linux drivers is not like Windows where the latest driver works for all the previous revisions.

We do not have RAID drivers for the SiI064x and SiI0680 controllers for Linux but you can utilize the native Linux RAID capabilities regardless of whether your controller board is RAID or IDE.

For other information regarding Linux IDE support, you can go to http://www.linux-ide.org/

       

 

 

4.

USB 2.0 PCI Adapter ( NEC chip set )  
 

Q.

After running the driver set up program, where are the driver files, inf files..etc located  

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They are located in the directory :    \WINDOWS\DRIVERS\OUSB2

 

 

5

USB 2.0 External HDD Enclosure  
 

Q.

After installation of the HDD onto the enclosure, windows can not detect the new HDD  

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Most 2.5" HD has a current consumption of more than 500mA ( Max. current supplied by USB connector ), so in general, an external power source is required.

This is the correct procedures to install the HDD Enclosure :

1. Install the HDD correctly with the connector of the Enclosure.
2. Power on the computer system e.g. WIN XP.
3. Connect the Power cable to the Enclosure.
4. Connect the USB Cable to the USB Port of the system & the Enclosure.
5. Install the driver of the Enclosure.
6. Check the Device in the Device Manager, ie. HDD & USB Mass Storage Device.
7. Windows XP will detect the HDD in Hard Drive and show the correct model number of the HDD.
8. Right Click "My Computer" and Click "Management"
9. In "System Management" Windows, the correct model of the HDD will show.
10. Use the utilities in "System Managerment" Windows to make partition of the HDD, and format.
11. Afterward, this HDD & the Drive Number will show in "My Computer".


 
 

6

All Cardbus Products
 

Q.

After installation of the Cardbus adapter, it is not working with my Notebook computer ?
Please Make sure that the slot of your Notebook computer is 32 bit type Cardbus slot.
Our Cardbus adapters do not support the old 16 bit PCMCIA slot  !!

7

IPR-4P Broad Band Router

Q.

How to reset the setting of the Router to factory default values

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Please follow these procedures :

a) Turn off the power of the IPR-4P Router.
b) And take one straight-through Cat.5 LAN cable.
c) Connect one end of the cable to WAN port, and the other end to any LAN port of IPR-4P.
d) Turn on the power to the IPR-4P router and wait around 30 seconds.
e) All setting values will be cleared and back to factory default value.
f) Remove the straight-through cable.
 



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