Category : HD Utilities
Archive   : T128228.ZIP
Filename : @508C.ADF

Output of file : @508C.ADF contained in archive : T128228.ZIP
; Trantor T228 MicroChannel SCSI Host Adapter
; Adapter Descriptor File (ADF)
; Copyright (C) 1988-90, Trantor Systems, Ltd.

; We have an assigned id of 508ch.

adapterid 508ch
adaptername "Trantor T228 MicroChannel SCSI Host Adapter"

; We use four POS registers

numbytes 4

; The T228 is memory mapped and supports four address ranges.

prompt "Memory Address"
choice "cc000h - cdfffh" pos [0] = xxxxx00xb mem 0cc000h-0cdfffh
choice "c8000h - c9fffh" pos [0] = xxxxx01xb mem 0c8000h-0c9fffh
choice "dc000h - ddfffh" pos [0] = xxxxx10xb mem 0dc000h-0ddfffh
choice "d8000h - d9fffh" pos [0] = xxxxx11xb mem 0d8000h-0d9fffh
"The Trantor T228 is memory mapped. It requires a single 8k block of
memory in the address space normally used by adapter ROMs."

; When used with direct access devices (i.e., hard disk) the T228
; can be used to boot the computer in the absense of another bootable
; hard disk.

prompt "Boot ROM"
choice "Disabled" pos [0] = xxxx1xxxb
choice "Enabled" pos [0] = xxxx0xxxb
"The T228 may be used to 'boot' the computer from a SCSI hard disk.
This feature is only needed, and only works when there is no other
bootable hard disk in the computer."

; When used with multitasking systems such as Novell and Xenix, the
; T228 needs a single IRQ channel.

prompt "Interrupt Channel"
choice "None" pos [0] = x000xxxxb
choice "IRQ 3" pos [0] = x001xxxxb int 3
choice "IRQ 5" pos [0] = x010xxxxb int 5
choice "IRQ 7" pos [0] = x011xxxxb int 7
choice "IRQ 10" pos [0] = x100xxxxb int 10
choice "IRQ 12" pos [0] = x101xxxxb int 12
choice "IRQ 14" pos [0] = x110xxxxb int 14
choice "IRQ 15" pos [0] = x111xxxxb int 15
"When used with multitasking systems such as Novell and Xenix, the
T228 needs a single IRQ channel. The T228 does not use interrupts
under MS-DOS."

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Archive   : T128228.ZIP
Filename : @508C.ADF

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