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This file contains various device drivers for the mitsumi cd rom drives.
File MTSMI15.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
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This file contains various device drivers for the mitsumi cd rom drives.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
CDSPEED.ZIP 72025 71395 deflated
MSCDEX.EXE 25377 13623 deflated
MTMCDD.SYS 17862 9903 deflated
MTMCDS.SYS 63458 9322 deflated
READ.ME 6291 1789 deflated
SETUP.EXE 44740 23390 deflated
TPCREAD.ME 199 165 deflated

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Contents of the READ.ME file



****************** ADDENDUM ***********************
6/29/92

1. The device driver V1.5 provides a new transfer option,
software interrupt transfer. The new transfer option uses
the file name, MTMCDD.SYS. It needs a free IRQ channel, no
DMA channel is required (see b. below).

The SETUP program of V1.5 supplemental diskette can upgrade
device drivers from versions 1.4 or earlier to version 1.5
for both Internal drives (Model CRMC-LU series) and
External drives (Model CRS-UF series). It provides the
following transfer options:

a. Software interrupt transfer: Uses the device driver
filename MTMCDD.SYS, needs an unused IRQ channel (CH2,
CH3 or CH5).

b. DMA transfer: Uses the device driver filename
MTMCDD.SYS, needs an unused DMA channel (CH1 or CH3) and
an unused IRQ channel (CH2, CH3 or CH5).

c. Software Polling transfer: Uses the device driver
filename MTMCDS.SYS, needs an unused IRQ channel (CH2,
CH3 or CH5).

Because it provides better overall performance for the
CD-ROM drive, we recommend either choosing the Software
interrupt or the DMA transfer options.

2. The device driver V1.5 uses the same parameters as defined
in earlier versions (V1.4 or earlier) except the parameters
M and the parameter T.

* The maximum number for M parameter is 32 for device
driver MTMCDD.SYS V1.5 (19 for V1.4 or earlier), which
allows you to assign more buffers for caching CD-ROM
data.
* The T parameter specifies the transfer approach as
described below:

a. For Software interrupt transfer, the syntax for the
"device=" line in CONFIG.SYS file is follows:
device=[drive:][path]MTMCDD.SYS /D:device_name
[/M:nn][/I:n] [/P:nnn] [/T:s] [/A:n]

b. For DMA transfer, the syntax for the "device=" line
in CONFIG.SYS file is follows:
device=[drive:][path]MTMCDD.SYS /D:device_name
[/M:nn][/I:n] [/P:nnn] [/T:n] [/A:n]

c. For Software polling transfer, the syntax for the
"device=" line in CONFIG.SYS file is follows:
device=[drive:][path]MTMCDS.SYS /D:device_name
[/M:nn][/I:n] [/P:nnn] [/A:n]


********** CD-ROM DEVICE DRIVER UPDATE INSTRUCTIONS ************
6/29/92

The following instructions are to update (or install) your CD-
ROM device driver. Please keep the diskette with your manual
for future reference.

To provide you with the latest device driver, an updated
version of the CD-ROM device driver, version 1.5, is included
on the CD-ROM update diskette.

1. Insert Update diskette in floppy drive A or B and type
SETUP, then press ENTER.

2. The Setup program will ask:

Do You want to install MTMCDD.SYS? [Y or N]

Note: We recommend choosing either the Software Interrupt
transfer or the DMA transfer from device driver
MTMCDD.SYS. These options provide better overall
performance for your CD-ROM drive. In some computers,
the DMA option is more efficient.

If IRQ3 and DMA3 (default settings) are not available on
your computer, then you must select alternative settings
for these parameters. Be certain to configure the
Interface Card to match the alternative settings chosen.
If a DMA channel is not available on your computer,
then you must choose a Software interrupt transfer
option. We recommend the Software interrupt transfer
option which you can choose from MTMCDD.SYS. You can
also choose the Software polling transfer option from
MTMCDS.SYS.

Type Y to select the device driver MTMCDD.SYS for DMA
transfer or Software interrupt transfer.

Type N to select the device driver MTMCDS.SYS for software
polling transfer.

3. If you select software polling transfer, the following
prompt will appear.

Do you want to install MTMCDS.SYS? [Y or N]

Type Y and press ENTER.

Note: If the Setup program finds the device driver in the
directory that you installed already, it will ask:

Do you want to overwrite it? [Y or N]

Type Y and press ENTER to update the device driver.
4. The Setup program will prompt the following message:

In which directory would you like MSCDEX.EXE installed?
(Press ENTER for default)
C:\BIN [default]

The Setup program will try to search MSCDEX.EXE file either
from the directory you specified or from the default
directory.

If the Setup program finds the MSCDEX.EXE file in the
directory that you installed already, it will ask:

Do you want to overwrite it? [Y or N]

Type N and press ENTER, then proceed to step 6 to update
the device driver.

If the Setup program can not find the MSCDEX.EXE file in the
directory you specified (default directory is C:\BIN), go
to step 5 to install MSCDEX.EXE for the first time.

5. The Setup program will ask for the MSCDEX.EXE file which is
on the original installation diskette (V1.4 or earlier).
Remove the Update diskette from floppy drive A or B. Insert
the original installation diskette (V1.4 or earlier) in the
same floppy drive and press ENTER.

The Setup program will copy the file MSCDEX.EXE from the
older version diskette (V1.4 or earlier) to the directory
you specified (default directory is C:\BIN).

6. Follow on-screen instructions.

7. Reboot your computer.


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