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1 PCI Card PCI IDE 100 RAID Card With 3 IEEE-1394 Installation Manual PCI1394RAID

2 1 General Description The StarTech.com PCI IDE RAID card with 3 IEEE-1394 provides an ideal interconnection for multimedia applications. It provides both I/O port integration and board space consolidation. Peripherals can communicate directly with each other without burdening the IDE1394RAID card. It increases the efficency of data transactions while simplifying software driver designs. It allows you to develop Plug-in-Play solutions. Features 1. Full IEEE-1394 OHCI compliance 2. Up to 400Mbits/sec 1394 transfer rate 3. Supports both internal and external connectors 4. Real Time transmission of data System Requirements 1. One PCI slot 2. One free IRQ Getting Started This section is designed to help you prepare the PCI1394RAID for installation. Please read through this section carefully before attempting to install the PCI1394RAID. This package should contain: 1 x PCI IDE 100 RAID Card 1 x IEEE 1394 Firewire cable 2 x IDE cables 1 x Driver disk 1 x Driver CD Installing the PCI1394RAID PCI cards, like all computer equipment, are subject to static electricity. Be sure that you are properly grounded. StarTech.com recommends that you wear an anti-static strap and that your system is unplugged before doing any work on a computer. Installing the card 1. Make sure your system is turned off and that you are grounded. 2. Remove the cover of your system. 3. Remove the covering plate from a free PCI bay. (A PCI bay is usually a short white slot found on the motherboard). 4. Insert the PCI1394RAID and make sure it is firmly seated in the slot. 5. Using a #6-32 x 1/4 long screw (usually holding the black plate in place), secure the card in place. 6. Install the IEEE-1394 cables. The PCI1394RAID has 1 internal and 3 external IEEE connectors. There are 2 types of IEEE-1394 cables that can be attached to these connectors. One is a 6-to-6 pin cable (usually used by storage like hard drives and CDR/W), and the other is a 6-to-4 pin connector (usually used for a DV camcorder). The IEEE-1394 topology enables both the branching and daisy-chaining of nodes up

3 2 to 63 devices can be connected and there are no termination problems that need to be cared for, simply connect the devices you wish to use. Note: The internal 1394 connector J4 and external connector J1 share the same Firewire port. DO NOT connect devices to both of them simultaneously. 7. Install the IDE cables. Review your IDE drive jumper settings (Master, Slave or cable select. We recommend you change to cable slect setting if all your drives support ATA100 cables). Connect the devices to the PCI1394RAID. Make sure the 80 pin ATA100 IDE cable s direction is correct (Pin 1 of cable to pin 1 of devices and IDE1394RAID). Each connector should be attached to the correct IDE devices and the PCI1394RAID. Unlike the 40 pin IDE cable, the ATA 100 IDE cable cannot be swapped among its 3 connectors. Connect the blue connector to the PCI1394RAID. Connect the black connector to the Master IDE drive. Connect the grey connector to the Slave IDE drive. 8. Put the cover of your system back on. 9. Turn on the power of your computer and periherals. 10. Configure the IDE RAID Modes. After installing the PCI1394RAID, you should run the BIOS setup utility to configure your hard drive to the proper RAID modes. RAID Modes Non-RAID Mode (Single Disk Mode) This mode is the Single Disk mode. Each disk drive will be treated as one disk volume in the operating system. Striping (RAID 0) Stripping will read and write sectors of data interleave between multiple drives. When any disk member fails, it affects the entire array. Performance is better than a single drive since the workload is balanced between the array members. This array type is for high performance systems. Identical drives are recommended, but not necessary (if the sizes differ it will truncate the bigger drive so the sizes match which will cause a waste). This is recommended for efficiency in performance as well as data storage. The disk array capability is equal to the number of drive members times the smallest member capacity. Write data Streams...4, 3, 2, : : 2 4 : : Stripe member 1 Stripe member 2 Read data Streams...4, 3, 2, 1

4 3 Mirroring (RAID 1) Mirroring will write duplicate data on to a pair of drives while its reads are performed in parallel. The RAID controller performs reads using advanced data handling techniques that distribute the workload in a more efficient manner than using a single drive. When a read request is made, the RAID controller selects the drive positioned closest to the requested data then looks to the idle drive to perform the next read access. If one of the mirrored drives suffers a mechanical error or did not respond, the remaining drive will continue to function. Write data Streams...4, 3, 2, Mirror member 1 (original) 1 2 Read data Streams...4, 3, 2, 1 Mirror member 2 (mirror) Striping/Mirroring (RAID 0+1) This is a combination of both above array types. It can increase performance by reading and writing data in parallel while protecting data with duplication. A minimum of 3 drives need to be installed. With a four-drive disk array, two pairs of drives are stripped. Each pair mirrors the data on the other pair of stripped drives and the data capacity dedicated for redundancy. Configuring RAID Modes BIOS Setup Utility The RAID modes will be configured in the BIOS setup utility of the RAID controller. To start the BIOS setup utility, turn on the system power, the RAID controller BIOS screen will be displayed for a brief period when it scans the IDE drives. During this time, the BIOS setup utility is accessible by pressing the <Ctrl> and the letter <H> key at the same time. Easy Steps to Configure RAID Modes 1. Create RAID a) Array Mode i) Stripping (RAID 0) for Performance ii) Mirror (RAID 1) for Security iii) Stripping + Mirror (RAID 0+1) iv) Span (JBOD) b) Select Disk Drives. Each array will be treated as a single disk volume by operating systems. A stripping array needs 2 physical disks. A stripping array needs 2 physical disks. A mirror array needs 2 disks (or 2 stripping pairs if RAID 0+1). c) Block size. This parameter is only available for stripping mode. It defines how

5 4 many Kilobytes will be used as a unit for stripping. The default value is 64KBytes. d) Start creating process. Set the RAID modes and save the information to each disk. After finished this step, the added data on each single disk will be erased. Note: To set a Stripping + Mirror array (RAID 0+1), perform the following steps: i) Create 2 stripping arrays by creating a Stripping RAID function ii) Make these 2 stripping arrays mirror mode by creating a RAID 0+1 function. 2. Delete RAID. After an array is deleted, each disk will work in single mode instead of array mode. The data on the array will be lost. 3. Duplicate Mirror disk. This function supports mirror mode only. It is used to copy the entire data from source disk to mirror disk in a mirror array. After duplicating the mirror disk, the mirror array then has the same data in each disk. This function can be used to rebuild a mirror disk when one of the disks in a mirror array fails. 4. Create spare disk. A spare disk is a disk that will take over the failed drive in a mirror array automatically. This disk can be assigned to a mirror array by this function. 5. Removing the spare disk. This function is used to remove the spare disk from a mirror array. 6. Setting the drive mode. This function is used to set transfer modes for each physical disk. The transfer mode can be detected by the BIOS automatically in general case. However, you can change to othr mode if you have any compatibility problems. IEEE-1394 Driver Installation The PCI1394RAID is supported by the leading operating systems on PCI bus based systems. Information for software support is included in the following sections of this guide. Check your Windows 98 Version To check your Windows 98 Version, follow these steps: 1. Right click on the My Computer icon. 2. Select Properties. 3. Click the General icon. You will see the current Windows information including the release date. If the date is or earlier, then it s the Windows 98 first edition (Win98GOLD),otherwise, it s Windows 98 second edition or newer (Win98SE). Installing the Drivers for Windows When the hardware installtion has been completed, turn your system s power on. 2. When Windows boots up it will find a new hardware device on your system called PCI FireWire (IEEE-1394) Controller, you will be prompted to install a device driver. 3. The installation Wizard will giude you through the installation. Click <Next>. 4. Select <Search>. Click <Next>. 5. Click <Next>. Windows will find the device driver in a location (e.g. C:\WINDOWS\INF 1394.INF). 6. Insert your Windows 98 CD into the CD-ROM drive. Click <Next>. 7. Click <Finish>.

6 Checking the Installation 1. Open My Computer. 2. Double click the Control Panel icon. 3. Double click the System icon. 4. Click Device Manager. 5. Doucle click 1394 Bus Controller. 6. You should see the item PCI OHCI Complient IEEE-1394 Host Controller. Check that there are no yellow or red symbols beside the 1394 host adapter entry. Installing the DV Driver After installing the PCI1394RAID you are ready to connect the IEEE-1394 devices. All IEEE-1394 devices are supported with Hot Plug feature by Windows 98 (and Windows 2000). The installation begins when the device is lugged in. However the Installation Wizard will guide you to finish the installation smoothly. 1. DO NOT connect your DV camcorder to the PCI1394RAID at first. 2. Insert the driver disk into the drive. 3. From Windows 98, select File/Run and type a:\setup. 4. The Installation Wizard will guide you through the rest of the installation. 5. Plug your DV camcorder into the PCI1394RAID and turn on the power. Windows 98 will detect the DV automatically and install its drivers. Checking the Installation 1. Open My Computer. 2. Double click the Control Panel icon. 3. Double click the System icon. 4. Click Device Manager. 5. Double click Sound, Video and Game Controller. 6. If you see the item 1394 DV Camcorder you have successfully installed your device. Installing the Drivers for Windows 98SE The installation procedure is very similar to Windows 98 First Edition. Please refer to that section for more detailed information. Installing the DV Drivers 1. Installing the drivers from the driver disk. Insert the driver disk. Select File/Run, type a:\setup. It is very similar to the installation for Windows 98 First Edition. After the driver installation, the 1394 DV Camcorder driver will take effect as the default. 2. Installing the Microsoft MSDV driver. If you did not install any DV DRIVER mentioned above, then plug in your DV camcorder (with the power on) to the PCI1394RAID. Windows 98SE will install its device driver automatically. The driver name is Microsoft DV Camera and VCR. 3. After installing the drivers from the disk you can change to MSDV driver. a) Open My Computer. b) Double click the Control Panel icon. c) Double click the System icon. 5

7 6 d) Click Device Manager. e) Double click Sound, Video and Game Controller. f) Choose the item 1394 DV camcorder, click Properties, Driver, Update Driver, <Next>. g) Choose Display a list of..., click <Next>, Have Disk. h) At dialog box Copy manufacturer s files from, type the path c:\windows\inf, click <OK>. i) Click <Yes> to confirm the update for the drivers if a warning message appears. j) Click <Next>, <Finish>, then <Close>. k) Shut down the system and restart. The DV driver should then take effect. Installing the Storage Driver Note: Please go to the following Microsoft Web site to download the Win98SE patch file before installing your storage devices to the PCI1394RAID. ufeatured/1394license.asp Windows 98SE will install the driver for IEEE-1394 storage devices such as disk drives, CD-ROM drives, CD-Writers, MO, etc. The driver will be installed automatically when the IEEE-1394 storage devices are plugged in. Follow the Installation Wizard s instructions to complete the installation. If you are prompted with the message A file being copied is older than the file current on your computer. It is recommended that you keep the existing file. during the installation, click Yes. You may need to do this 2 to 5 times. Checking the Installation 1. Open My Computer. 2. Double click the Control Panel icon. 3. Double click the System icon. 4. Click Device Manager. 5. Double click 1394 Bus Controller. 6. You should see the item PCI OHCI Complient IEEE-1394 Host Controller or something similar. Check that there are no yellow or red symbols beside the 1394 host adapter entry. 7. If you want to check whether the DV camcorder and its device driver are correctly installed, double click Imaging Device and you will see the item Microsoft DV camera and VCR is listed. 8. If any IEEE-1394 storage devices were attached to the PCI1394RAID, their drivers will be added automatically. Installting the Drivers for Windows Me The driver installations for Windows Me are similar to Win98SE. Please refer to that section for more details. Windows Me supports imaging devices as well as storage devices in its kernel.

8 7 Installing the Drivers for Windows 2000 The installation of the PCI1394RAID drivers in Windows 200 are much easier due to the fact that Windows 2000 provides Plug-and-Play and Hot-Plug features. The drivers from DV camcorders, and storage drivers are bundled in the OS kernel. The Windows 2000 will run the Installation Wizard to guide you through the installation when any IEEE-1394 devices are attached. 1. Turn the power to your system. 2. Windows 2000 will detect the PCI1394RAID and guide you to complete the new hardware installation. Installing the DV Driver The installation procedure for DV drivers is very beacause simple, you don t need to install any other driver manually. Windows 2000 will install any other device driver automatically when the DV camcorder is attached (and power turned on) to the PCI1394RAID. Installing the Storage Driver Windows 2000 will install the driver for IEEE-1394 storage devices such as disk drives, CD-ROM drives, CD-Writers, MO, etc. The driver will be installed automatically when the IEEE-1394 storage devices are plugged in. Follow the Installation Wizard s instructions to complete the installation. Checking the Installation 1. Right click the My Computer icon. 2. Select Properties. 3. Click Hardware. 4. Click Device Manager. 5. To see the PCI1394RAID driver, double click IEEE-1394 Bus host controllers. 6. To see the DV camcorder driver, double click Sound, Video and Game Controllers. 7. To see the storage device driver, double click the device items listed. RAID Software Installation Installing Device Driver for Windows 95/98 1. Turn your system on. 2. You will see a new device on your system called PCI Mass Storage Controller. 3. Insert the driver disk. 4. If the Update Device Driver Wizard window shows up: a) Click <Next> b) Click Other Locations... c) Type A:\WIN, then click <OK> d) Click <Finish> e) Go to step If the New Hardware Found window shows up: a) Choose Driver from disk provided by hardware manufacturer, then click <OK>. b) Type a:\win, the click <OK>.

9 8 6. The device driver will load. If you are prompted where HPTPWR.VXD or HPT3xx.INF or HPT3xx.MPD is located simply re-enter A:\WIN 7. If it asks to restart the computer, choose <Yes>. 8. The Windows 95/98 device driver setup is complete. Your system will boot up and all devices attached to the RAID controller should be recognized. 9. If your hard disk drive (or disk array) attached to the RAID controller is new ( blank ), see the section on Partitioning a new hard disk to know how to partition and format. Adding a New Hardware Device 1. Windows 95/98 must be installed on the system prior to installing the driver. 2. Close any running applications. 3. Open My Computer. 4. Double click the Control Panel icon. 5. Double click Add New Hardware. 6. Click <Next>. 7. There is a window that will ask you Do you want to search for your new hardware?, choose No then click <Next>. 8. There will then be a window listing hardware types, select the SCSI controllers then click <Next>. 9. Insert the RAID driver disk then click on the Have Disk... button. 10. Click <OK>. 11. Click <Next>. 12. If there is a window showing the settings to be used by the driver, then click <Next> again. At this point the system will install the driver. 13. Click <Finish>. 14. Restart your computer. Checking the Installation 1. Open My Computer. 2. Double click the Control Panel icon. 3. Double click the System icon. 4. Click Device Manager. 5. Doucle click SCSI controllers or SCSI Adapter. 6. You should see the item HPT370 UDMA/ATA100RAID Controller. 7. If you do not see this or if you see a yellow!, go directly to the Troubleshooting section. Windows Me Because Windows Me uses identical drivers as Windows 95/98, refer to that section for more details on installation. Windows NT Open My Computer. 2. Double click the Control Panel icon. 3. Double click SCSI Adapters.

10 9 4. Click Drivers. 5. Click Add Click Have Disk Insert the driver disk and type A\<Enter>, then click <OK>. 8. Select HPT370 UDMA/ATA100 RAID Controller, you will be asked to enter the full path to the HPT370 UDMA/ATA100 RAID Controller files, type in A:\ and then click <Continue>. 9. Restart the computer. 10. Your hard disk drive (or disk array) attached to the RAID controller must be partitioned and formatted before you can access it. Please refer to the Partitioning a New Hard Disk section for instructions. Checking the Installation 1. Open My Computer. 2. Open Control Panel. 3. Double click the SCSI Adapters icon. 4. You should see the item HPT370 UDMA/ATA RAID Controller (started) listed. New NT4.0 Installation from Floppy Diskette 1. Boot the computer with the Windows NT installation diskettes. Follow the instructions on the screen until you come to a window titled, WINDOWS NT WORKSTATION SETUP (for Servers, it will read WINDOWS NT SERVER SETUP ) 2. Press Enter to continue setting up Windows NT. 3. Press S to skip the mass storage detection. 4. Press S to configure additional SCSI adapters (we treat the RAID Controller as a SCSI Adapter in Windows. 5. Select Other (requires disk provided by hardware manufacturer) from the list of additional SCSI adapters. 6. Remove the diskette in drive A and set it aside. 7. Insert RAID DRIVER DISK and press <ENTER>. 8. Select the HPT370 UDMA/ATA100 RAID Controller and press <ENTER>. 9. Follow the normal setup installation procedure. New NT4.0 Installation from a Bootable CD 1. Boot your system from a Windows NT CD. 2. When the initial boot screen (black and white screen prior to the blue screen) shows the message, Setup is inspecting your computer s hardware configuration, press the F6 key. 3. After checking your hardware, you are promted to add additional storage devices. 4. Press S to configure additional SCSI adapters (we treat this RAID Controller as a SCSI Adapter in Windows. 5. Select Other by pressing <Enter>. 6. Insert the RAID DRIVER DISK and press <Enter>. 7. Select the HPT370 UDMA/ATA100 RAID Controller and press <Enter>. 8. Follow the normal setup installation procedure.

11 10 New NT4.0 Installation Without a Floppy Disk 1. Execute a floppyless setup as described by the Windows NT System Administrator s Guide. 2. When SETUP begins to load, the screen will turn from black and white to blue with the text SETUP IS INSPECTING YOUR COMPUTER S HARDWARE CONFIGURATION... at the top. 3. Press the F6 key to interrupt this process. You will have two seconds in which to press this key. 4. Follow the instructions on the screen until you are asked to specify a SCSI driver. 5. Insert the RAID DRIVER DISK into your local floppy disk drive, and press <Enter> 6. Select HPT370 UDMA/ATA100 RAID Controller 7. The RAID controller driver is now installed. 8. The on-screen instructions will continue for a complete installation of Windows NT. Refer to your Windows NT System Administrator s Guide for completion of the operating system installtion procedure. Partitioning a New Hard Disk Partitioning a Windows 95/98 Hard Disk Drive 1. Open a MS-DOS Prompt. 2. Type FDISK and press <Enter>. 3. Change to the hard disk you want to create the partition on. 4. Once the partition has been created restart the system. 5. After the system restarts you can format the newly created hard disk partition. Note: When you make a stripping array with large capacity drives and the capacity shows a smaller space available, (e.g. you are stripping four 30GB drives into a 120GB array, however, the FDISK only shows 51GB available), please ignore this issue and simply continue to partition with its full capacity. The 120GB will be fully addressable after Windows formatted this partition. Partitioning a Windows NT4.0 Hard Disk 1. Click the Startup button 2. Go to Administrative Tools (Common) 3. Run Disk Administrator 4. Select disk the number you would like tp partition. 5. Select the menu Partition 6. Decide the partition size. Create partition of the size. 7. Exit Disk Administrator 8. Select the newly created partition (logical disk drive) and format it. Installing Drivers In and Existing Windows 2000 System Usually, when you plug the RAID controller card into your system and boot up the Windows 2000 system, the system will be able to detect the new hardware automatically and ask you to install the driver for the RAID Controller. Simply follow the instructions prompted by the system to install the driver.

12 11 The following steps are required if you are installing the drivers manually. 1. Windows 2000 must be installed on the system prior to installing the driver. 2. Close any running applications. 3. Open My Computer. 4. Double click the Control Panel icon. 5. Double click the System icon. 6. Click the Hardware button. 7. Click the Device Manager button. 8. You will see a Window listing hardware types. Select the SCSI and RAID controllers. Double click the right key of mouse. 9. There is a Window listing drivers types, select the HPT370 UDMA/ATA100 RAID Controller and right click the mouse. 10. Double click the Properties. 11. Click the Driver button. 12. Click the Update Driver button. 13. Select Search for a suitable driver for my device, then click <Next>. 14. Select Floppy disk drivers and insert the RAID DRIVER DISK into the drive, then click <Next>. 15. The wizard will then find the RAID controller. Click <Next>. 16. Click <Next>. 17. To complete the Ugrade Device Driver Wizard click <Finish>. 18. Restart the system. New Windows 2000 Installation For computer systems installing Windows 2000 from a bootable CD, or floppy diskette, the installation procedures are similar to those for Windows NT4.0. Please refer to that section for more details. Checking the Installation 1. Right click My Computer. 2. Select Properties. 3. Click Hardware 4. Click Device Manager 5. To see the RAID controller, double click on SCSI and RAID controllers. RAID Troubleshooting Hardware Issues First make sure the RAID device driver has been installed properly. If the driver has not been properly installed please check the following: 1. Make sure the host adapter is properly installed and the device is correctly connected to the adapter. Double check that the cable between the adapter and the device is correctly attached. And also check that the jump setting on the drive is correct (UDMA/33) or that the connectors are connected properly to the correct devices (UDMS/66/100).

13 12 2. Make sure that the power cable is properly attached to each drive and is in turn attached to the RAID controller. If the driver has been properly installed and you still cannot access the hard disk drive (array) attached to the RAID controller, the hard disk drive (array) may not have been partitioned and formatted yet. You may need to partition and format it. If you still cannot determine the source of the error, contact you dealer for technical support. Frequently Asked Questions Q: Can I use the UDMA/66, or UDMA/33 hard drives for an array? A: Yes. The RAID Controller is backwards compatible. Q: I created an array with four 30GB drives in Win98, why does the FDISK only show 51GB instead of 120GB? A: You must simply ignore the message shown by FDISK and continue to create the partition with the entire disk. After formatting the array all 120GB are fully accessable. Q: Can I use ATAPI devices on the RAID Controller? A: No. The RAID Controller driver does NOT support ATAPI devices (e.g. CD ROM, MO...), please connect these devices to the motherboard IDE ports instead. Q: Can I add a drive to the RAID controller via hot-swap and online-expanding the array size? A: No. The RAID Controller does NOT support on-line expansion features. Q: Can I use an array created by the other controller of the other vendors on this RAID Controller? A: No. The settings of the RAID modes may differ. You should reinstall the array instead. Please note that the reinstallation will cause a data loss on that array! Q: Can I use an array created by the same model of this RAID Controller? A: Yes. Q: How can I low level format my hard drive if it has a problem? A: DO NOT DO THIS! Low level formatting IDE drives is unnecessary and generally does not solve the problem. Errors such as bad sectors are best remedied by completely replacing the drive from the vendor. Q: Do I have to use the disk manager software on my disk array in order to access the full storage capacity of drives? A: No. Your hard drives attached to the RAID controller are already fully addressable by your OS. It does not need any help from the disk manager software.

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