Windows XP / 2K - IDE Driver

 
 

Version: 4.12
Release Date: March 31, 2004

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File Size: 3.3 MB

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Installation Notes

  • This is a stand-alone beta package containing IDE drivers only. This package should be installed over an existing successful install of the Unified Driver Package (UDP) containing all nForce driver components.

Release Notes

  • This is a release package of nForce IDE drivers for 32-bit Windows 2000 and XP systems.
  • This package includes support for all nForce IDE features. This includes:
    • Parallel ATA controllers
    • Serial ATA controllers*
    • NVIDIA RAID functions*
  • Supported products for this package include:
    • nForce2 and nForce2 400
    • nForce2 Ultra and nForce2 Ultra 400
    • nForce2 400R* and nForce2 Ultra 400Gb*
    • nForce3 150 and nForce3 PRO 150
    • nForce3 250*, nForce3 250Gb* and nForce3 PRO 250*
  • The following Operating Systems are supported in this release:
    • Windows XP
    • Windows 2000
  • There is no support for Windows XP 64-bit or Windows 2003 Server 64-bit systems in this package.
  • Windows 98SE and Windows ME systems must use the Microsoft in-the-box IDE driver.

Driver Versions

  • IDE driver 4.12
  • NV RAID utilities 4.12

Changes

The items below are additions or modifications incorporated since driver version 3.66:
  • Improved handling of the following devices:
    • Sony 4821 CD-ROM
    • Justlink RW7200A CD-RW
    • Yamaha CRW2100E CR-RW
    • Toshiba XM-5302TA
    • Toshiba XM-6002B
    • Samsung SW-216B
    • Lite-On 48X CR-ROM
    • Teac CD-W540E
  • Improved compatibility with 3rd-party drive management, CD ripping and recording software.
  • Automatic DMA-mode fall-back when data errors are present due to poor cabling
  • Full NVIDIA RAID functionality on supported platforms* * Serial ATA and NVIDIA RAID functions are supported on select NVIDIA products only. Products that support this technology are identified by the ‘*’ on this web page.

 
 
 
 
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