CD-Rom Drive May Be Needed For Drivers. What's included: 4-Port Super Speed USB 3.0 PCIe Host Card x1 User's Manual x1 SATA to 4-Pin Molex Power Converter x1 Driver CD x1. UGT-PC345, 4-Port SuperSpeed USB 3.0 PCIe Host Card W/ Internal 20-Pin Connector UGT-PC341, 4-Port SuperSpeed USB 3.0 PCIe Host Card. MS-DOS and Windows 3.x (CD-ROM's for Windows are installed via MS-DOS but may have a Windows Setup available) In order to use a CD-ROM Drive, your computer must first have a CD-ROM software driver installed.This is usually supplied with the. Please insert the CD driver bound with 4+1 SATA II 300 IDE/PATA PCI-E Combo Host Card w/ RAID & Port Multiplier into your CD-ROM Drive. At the Windows desktop, click Start, then Run. Type D: UGT-IS100R2000XP2003Vistasetup.exe, click OK. (Change D: to match your CD-ROM drive letter) 5. Follow the on-screen instructions to.

CD-ROM Drivers

MS-DOS and Windows 3.x
(CD-ROM's for Windows are installed via MS-DOS but may have a Windows Setup available)

In order to use a CD-ROM Drive, your computer must first have a CD-ROM software driver installed. This is usually supplied with the drive but may not necessarily have been installed. The CD-ROM software driver is normally supplied on a floppy disk and includes a SETUP or INSTALL program. Following installation, the CD-ROM software driver is normally loaded at system startup time via a series of entries in the machine's C:CONFIG.SYS & C:AUTOEXEC.BAT files.
For example:


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DEVICEHIGH=C:DOSoakcdrom.sys /D:mscd001


LH C:DOSMSCDEX.EXE /D:mscd001 /l:D

The first /D: switch is the drive number, which must be the same in both config.sys and autoexec.bat. In the above example its '/D:mscd001'. (If you had 2 drives fitted the second may be /D:mscd002) The /l:D switch sets a drive letter for your CD-ROM. (In this case DriveD:) You can make this anything you want after your Hard Drives that is not taken, but make sure you put a 'LASTDRIVE=' line at the end of config.sys to allow for enough environmental space. This can be made as the letter after your last drive in use (i.e. =F) as each letter used, uses a small piece of available environment. (LASTDRIVE=Z would enable ALL available Drive Letters) In this example HIMEM.SYS is used to load driver into upper memory block.


oakcdrom.sys = CD-ROM Driver (Which is named differently by each manufacturer) and can be located in its own directory.

MSCDEX.EXE is provided as part of MS-DOS and sometimes on Install Disk as well.

HIMEM.SYS is provided as part of MS-DOS and enables use of the upper memory area.


Windows 95


Windows 95 does not need a CD-ROM Driver installed as above, as it installs its own driver. However you may want to install a DOS Driver in this way to enable you to use your CD-ROM at the DOS Prompt. Remember that Windows 95 stores its DOS files at C:WINDOWSCOMMAND not C:DOS as in older versions!

Some CD-ROM Drivers you can try:

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Oak Technologies Universal IDE CD-ROM Driver ~ 162Kb Download
This will get you into almost all of the IDE CD-ROM Drives on the market. ~ Oak Technologies manufacture the Semi-Conductors fitted into almost all CD-ROM Drives.(With Setup Program)

Goldstar (LG) CD-ROM Driver.~ 148Kb Download
Also a very good CD-ROM Driver, that starts almost any IDE CD-ROM Drive. (With Install Program)

Adaptec Drivers part of the Adaptec Support Site. Or available here:
Adaptec SCSI Driver Kit for DOS and Windows

CD-ROM God v5.5
CD-ROM God Ver 5.5 is a boot disk that has 50+ CD-ROM drivers.(Including SCSI) It has basic ATAPI drivers, and model specific drivers. This version unzips drivers to a ramdrive! It has a better - sleeker - shareware free menu. This disk uses DEVICE.COM to load. This way you won't have to re-boot a million times! ISO-9660 CD Support and SMARTDRV.EXE

Bootdisk Page~A selection of DOS Bootdisks with Add-On IDE & SCSI CD-ROM Drivers.
Note ~ The MS-DOS 6.22 Emergency Boot Disk (EBD) has been replaced on this site with the Bootdisk Project Files, to give a wider selection of MS-DOS versions and to include both IDE & SCSI drivers while reducing download size and web storage space..

Try this link to locate your CD-ROM Manufacturer to see if a MS-DOS or Windows 3.1 Driver is available.

http://www.bootdisk.com/ or http://support.mpccorp.com/downloads/boot.html
Have a nice selection of CD-ROM Bootdisks that will start most systems. The Autoexec.bat & Config.sys files and drivers can be copied and used to start your system, Or in the case of Windows 95/98, To start your CD-ROM to install Windows.

The following Pages may provide additional help:

The CD-ROM Drivers Guide~ A Guide to CD-ROM driver resources on the Internet!

PCMCIA Card Services Resource Download Page ~ PCMCIA Support for DOS & Windows 3.1

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When the operating system enumerates a CD-ROM device, it loads a native CD-ROM class driver (Cdrom.sys). This driver exposes an I/O control request (IOCTL) interface. All public I/O control codes for drivers of CD-ROM devices use buffered I/O. Consequently, the input or output data for these requests is at Irp->AssociatedIrp.SystemBuffer. For more info, see CD-ROM I/O control codes

Class drivers for CD-ROM devices handle additional public I/O control codes, along with those described in this section. For more information about requirements for storage class drivers, see General Storage I/O Control Codes.

The following topics explain some of the key features of the CD-ROM class driver IOCTL interface: