OS/2 2.1 CD-ROM DRIVE COMPATIBILITY LIST

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1994-02-22

                 OS/2 2.1 CD-ROM DRIVE COMPATIBILITY LIST
                 ----------------------------------------
 Note:  In addition to any device drivers listed under the column "Drivers"
        in the table below, all CD-ROM drives require the OS2CDROM.DMD
        device driver.


------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Vendor       | Model      | Interface     | Drivers      | Available |Notes|
|--------------|------------|---------------|--------------|-----------|-----|
| BSR          | 6800MX     | Mitsumi LU002 | MITFX001.ADD | OS/2 2.11 | 1   |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| CD Technology| T3301      | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | T3401      | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  | 3   |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Chinon       | 431        | SCSI-1        | CHINCDS1.FLT | OS/2 2.11 | 4   |
|              | 435        | SCSI-1        | CHINCDS1.FLT | OS/2 2.11 | 4   |
|              | 535        | SCSI-1        | CHINCDS1.FLT | OS/2 2.11 | 4   |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Creative Labs| OmniCD     | Panasonic 562 | SBCD2.ADD    | OS/2 2.11 | 1   |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Hitachi      | CDR-1650S  | SCSI-1        | HITCDS1.FLT  | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | CDR-1700S  | Hitachi       | HITCDISA.ADD | Hitachi   | 5   |
|              | CDR-1900S  | Hitachi       | HITCDISA.ADD | Hitachi   | 5   |
|              | CDR-1950S  | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  | 3   |
|              | CDR-1750S  | SCSI-1        | HITCDS1.FLT  | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | CDR-3600   | Hitachi       | HITCDISA.ADD | Hitachi   | 5   |
|              | CDR-3650   | SCSI-1        | HITCDS1.FLT  | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | CDR-3700   | Hitachi       | HITCDISA.ADD | Hitachi   | 5   |
|              | CDR-6700   | Hitachi       | HITCDISA.ADD | Hitachi   | 5   |
|              | CDR-3750   | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | CDR-6750   | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  | 3   |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| IBM          | CD-ROM I   | SCSI-1        | TOSHCDS1.FLT | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | CD-ROM II  | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | Enhanced II| SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  | 3   |
|              | ISA CD-ROM | Panasonic 563 | SBCD2.ADD    | OS/2 2.11 | 1   |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Mitsumi      | CRMC-LU002 | Mitsumi       | MITFX001.ADD | OS/2 2.11 | 1   |
|              | CRMC-LU005 | Mitsumi       | MITFX001.ADD | OS/2 2.11 | 1   |
|              | CRMC-FX001 | Mitsumi       | MITFX001.ADD | OS/2 2.11 | 1   |
|              | CRMC-FX001D| Mitsumi       | MITFX001.ADD | OS/2 2.11 | 1   |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| NEC          | CDR-25     | SCSI-1        | NECCDS1.FLT  | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | CDR-36     | SCSI-1        | NECCDS1.FLT  | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | CDR-37     | SCSI-1        | NECCDS1.FLT  | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | CDR-38     | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | CDR-72     | SCSI-1        | NECCDS1.FLT  | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | CDR-73     | SCSI-1        | NECCDS1.FLT  | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | CDR-74     | SCSI-1        | NECCDS1.FLT  | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | CDR-74-1   | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | CDR-82     | SCSI-1        | NECCDS1.FLT  | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | CDR-83     | SCSI-1        | NECCDS1.FLT  | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | CDR-84     | SCSI-1        | NECCDS1.FLT  | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | CDR-84-1   | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | 3Xe        | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  | 3,6 |
|              | 3Xi        | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  | 3,6 |
|              | 3Xp        | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  | 3,6 |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Panasonic    | CR-501     | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  |     |
| (Matsushita) | LK-MC501S  | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | CR-521     | Panasonic     | SBCD2.ADD    | OS/2 2.11 | 1   |
|              | CR-522     | Panasonic     | SBCD2.ADD    | OS/2 2.11 | 1   |
|              | CR-523     | Panasonic     | SBCD2.ADD    | OS/2 2.11 | 1   |
|              | CR-562     | Panasonic     | SBCD2.ADD    | OS/2 2.11 | 1   |
|              | CR-563     | Panasonic     | SBCD2.ADD    | OS/2 2.11 | 1   |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Philips LMS  | CM205      | Philips       | LMS205.ADD   | BBS       | 2   |
| (LMSI)       | CM205 MS   | Philips       | LMS206.ADD   | BBS       | 2   |
|              | CM206      | Philips       | LMS206.ADD   | BBS       | 2   |
|              | CM225      | Philips       | LMS205.ADD   | BBS       | 2   |
|              | CM225 MS   | Philips       | LMS206.ADD   | BBS       | 2   |
|              | CM226      | Philips       | LMS206.ADD   | BBS       | 2   |
|              | CM215      | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  | 3   |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Pioneer      | DRM-600    | SCSI-1        |              | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | DRM-604X   | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Procom       | PiCD650S   | Sony 535      | SONY535.ADD  | BBS       | 2,7 |
| (see notes)  | PxCD650S   | Sony 535      | SONY535.ADD  | BBS       | 2,7 |
|              | PiCDS      | Sony 31A      | SONY31A.ADD  | OS/2 2.11 | 1,7 |
|              | PxCDS      | Sony 31A      | SONY31A.ADD  | OS/2 2.11 | 1,7 |
|              | PiCDS-DS   | Sony 33A      | SONY31A.ADD  | OS/2 2.11 | 1,7 |
|              | PxCDS-DS   | Sony 33A      | SONY31A.ADD  | OS/2 2.11 | 1,7 |
|              | PiCDM      | Mitsumi LU005 | MITFX001.ADD | OS/2 2.11 | 1   |
|              | SiCD-DS    | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  | 8   |
|              | MCD-DS     | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  | 8   |
|              | SiCDN-3x   | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  | 8   |
|              | MCDN-3x    | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  | 8   |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Sony         | CDU-31A    | Sony          | SONY31A.ADD  | OS/2 2.11 | 1   |
|              | CDU-33A    | Sony          | SONY31A.ADD  | OS/2 2.11 | 1   |
|              | CDU-531    | Sony          | SONY535.ADD  | BBS       | 2   |
|              | CDU-535    | Sony          | SONY535.ADD  | BBS       | 2   |
|              | CDU-541    | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | CDU-561    | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | CDU-6201   | Sony          | SONY535.ADD  | BBS       | 2   |
|              | CDU-6205   | Sony          | SONY535.ADD  | BBS       | 2   |
|              | CDU-6111   | SCSI-1        | SONYCDS1.FLT | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | CDU-6211   | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | CDU-7201   | Sony          | SONY535.ADD  | BBS       | 2   |
|              | CDU-7205   | Sony          | SONY535.ADD  | BBS       | 2   |
|              | CDU-7211   | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | CDU-7305   | Sony          | SONY31A.ADD  | OS/2 2.11 | 1   |
|              | CDU-7405   | Sony          | SONY31A.ADD  | OS/2 2.11 | 1   |
|              | CDU-7811   | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  | 3   |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Tandy        | CDR-1000   | Mitsumi LU002 | MITFX001.ADD | OS/2 2.11 |     |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Texel        | DM-3021    | SCSI-1        | SONYCDS1.FLT | OS/2 2.1  |     |
| (Plextor)    | DM-3024    | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | DM-3028    | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  | 3   |
|              | DM-5021    | SCSI-1        | SONYCDS1.FLT | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | DM-5024    | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | DM-5028    | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  | 3   |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Toshiba      | XM-3201    | SCSI-1        | TOSHCDS1.FLT | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | XM-3301    | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | XM-3401    | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  |     |
|              | XM-4101    | SCSI-2        |              | OS/2 2.1  | 3   |
------------------------------------------------------------------------------


Notes:
1. The non-SCSI CD-ROM drivers included in OS/2 2.11 are also available
   from the OS2SUPPORT forum on CompuServe, Prodigy and other IBM BBS'es.
      BBS Zip File | Driver
      -------------|-----------------------
      MITFX.ZIP    | contains MITFX001.ADD
      SBCD2.ZIP    | contains SBCD2.ADD
      SONY31.ZIP   | contains SONY31A.ADD
      CHINON.ZIP   | contains CHINCDS1.FLT


2. The Sony 535 and Philips LMS drivers are in beta test and
   are available from PSPBETA forum on CompuServe, Prodigy, and
   other IBM BBS'es.


      BBS Zip File | Driver
      -------------|-----------------------
      SONY53.ZIP   | contains SONY535.ADD
      LMS205.ZIP   | contains LMS205.ADD
      LMS206.ZIP   | contains LMS206.ADD


3. The SCSI CD-ROM drive was announced after OS/2 2.1 shipped and has
   subsequently been certified to work with OS/2 2.1.  The CD-ROM drive
   model does not appear in the OS/2 2.1 Selective Install list, but is
   supported with the existing device drivers which ship in OS/2 2.1.
   The following table lists the new CD-ROM drive model along with the
   entry which should be selected in the Selective Install list to install
   the correct CD-ROM driver. (Note: The new entries have been added to
   the Selective Install list in OS/2 2.11).


     Post 2.1 Certified SCSI CD-ROM  |   OS/2 2.1 Selective Install Choice
     ---------------------------------------------------------------------
     CD Technology T3401             |   CD Technology T3301
     Hitachi CDR-1950S, 6750         |   Hitachi CDR-3750
     IBM Enhanced CD-ROM II          |   IBM CD-ROM II
     NEC MultiSpin 3Xe,3Xi,3Xp       |   NEC MultiSpin 38,74,84
     Philips LMS CM215               |   Other
     Sony CDU-7811                   |   Sony CDU-541,561,6211,7211
     Texel DM-3028,5028              |   Texel DM-3024,5024
     Toshiba XM-4101                 |   Toshiba 3301,3401


4.  The Chinon CD-ROM drive must be attached to a SCSI adapter which
    is supported in OS/2 with an OS/2 SCSI Adapter Device Driver (.ADD).
    There is currently no support for the Chinon SCSI adapter which is
    typically bundled with the drive.  Chinon is developing an OS/2
    Adapter Device Driver for their SCSI card, but no date has been
    committed.


5.  The Hitachi non-SCSI CD-ROM device drivers are available from
    Hitachi.  IBM does not provide support for these drives.


6.  Kodak multisession photo CD support for the NEC 3X drives requires
    the OS2CDROM.DMD driver which ships in OS/2 2.11 (or OS/2 2.1 Service
    Pack).  Single session photo CD for the NEC 3X is supported with the
    OS2CDROM.DMD which ships in OS/2 2.1.


7.  The non-SCSI host adapters manufactured by Procom are based on
    Sony's host adapter design and are supposedly compatible with the
    standard Sony host adapters which OS/2 supports.  IBM has not
    certified the Procom adapters as yet, however.
8.  The Procom SCSI CD-ROM drive must be attached to a SCSI adapter which
    is supported in OS/2 with an OS/2 SCSI Adapter Device Driver (.ADD).
    There is currently no support for the Procom SCSI adapter which is
    typically bundled with the drive.


============================================================================


CD-ROM ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS  (OEMs)
-----------------------------------------------
The table below lists the currently known Original Equipment
Manufacturers (OEMs) of CD-ROM drives.  All other vendors are
resellers of drives from these OEMs.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| OEM                    |  OS/2 Support                                 |
|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Chinon                 |  Yes - see compatibility table above          |
|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Goldstar               |  Non-SCSI driver in development by Goldstar   |
|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Hitachi                |  Yes - see compatibility table above          |
|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Mitsumi                |  Yes - see compatibility table above          |
|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| NEC                    |  Yes - see compatibility table above          |
|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Panasonic (Matsushita) |  Yes - see compatibility table above          |
|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Philips LMS            |  Yes - see compatibility table above          |
|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Pioneer                |  Yes - see compatibility table above          |
|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Plextor (Texel)        |  Yes - see compatibility table above          |
|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Sony                   |  Yes - see compatibility table above          |
|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Teac                   |  SCSI-2 drives should work, but not certified |
|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Toshiba                |  Yes - see compatibility table above          |
|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Wearnes                |  No                                           |
--------------------------------------------------------------------------


============================================================================


SUPPORTED AUDIO CARD/CD-ROM PORT COMBINATIONS
---------------------------------------------
The following table lists the Media Vision and Creative Labs audio
cards which contain a CD-ROM port which is supported in OS/2 2.11.
Audio cards with CD-ROM ports from other manufacturers should
also work if they provide a compatible CD-ROM interface chip.


Media Vision
------------
   ProAudio Spectrum 16 with Trantor SCSI port              (TMV1SCSI.ADD)
   ProAudio Spectrum 16 with Sony31A/Sony33A CD-ROM port    (SONY31A.ADD)
   ProAudio Spectrum 16 with Philips LMS CM205 CD-ROM port  (LMS205.ADD)
   ProAudio Spectrum 16 with Philips LMS CM206 CD-ROM port  (LMS206.ADD)
   Jazz 16 with Future Domain FD9C50 SCSI port              (FD8XX.ADD)
   Jazz 16 with Panasonic 563 CD-ROM port                   (SBCD2.ADD)
   Jazz 16 with Philips CM206 CD-ROM port                   (LMS206.ADD)
Creative Labs
-------------
   Sound Blaster Pro with Panasonic CD-ROM port             (SBCD2.ADD)
   Sound Blaster 16 with Panasonic CD-ROM port              (SBCD2.ADD)
   Sound Blaster 16 SCSI-2 with Adaptec SCSI port           (AHA152X.ADD)
   Sound Blaster 16 MultiCD with Mitsumi,                   (MITFX001.ADD,
                                 Sony and,                   SONY31A.ADD,
                                 Panasonic CD-ROM ports      SBCD2.ADD)


============================================================================
------------------------------------
| Mitsumi Device Driver Parameters |
------------------------------------
The parameters for the following CD-ROM adapter device drivers are
described in this section:
   MITFX001.ADD
This device driver supports the following CD-ROM drives:
   Mitsumi CRMC-FX001D
   Mitsumi CRMC-FX001
   Mitsumi CRMC-LU005S
   Mitsumi CRMC-LU002S
   BSR 6800
   Tandy CDR-1000


This section lists the parameters which are supported for the
Mitsumi CD-ROM device driver.  The parameters can be changed by modifying
the BASEDEV=MITFX001.ADD line in config.sys.  It is recommended
to change the transfer mode from it default, software polling transfer,
to software interrupt transfer.  This will help lower the CPU utilization
of CD-ROM applications, enabling better performance for other tasks
while the CD-ROM drive is being accessed.  See the /I parameter below.


For the MITFX001.ADD device driver, the syntax for the line in config.sys
is as follows:
   BASEDEV=MITFX001.ADD [/P:nnn] [I:nn] [/V]


   [/P:nnn]
     Specifies the base I/O port address of the interface card.
     This must be the same number as specified by the DIP switch
     on the interface card.


   [/I:nn]
     Specifies the interrupt request (IRQ) channel number.  This must
     match the value specified on the jumper setting on the interface
     card.  If this parameter is not specified, the device driver will
     use software polling transfer.


   [/V]
     The device driver will display the device driver revision level
     and CD-ROM product information at boot time.


Mitsumi CD-ROM Device Driver Parameter Examples
-----------------------------------------------
1.  Mitsumi CD-ROM drive attached to Mitsumi host adapter:
    If the Mitsumi host adapter is set to a base I/O port address
    of 320, the line in config.sys should be:
        BASEDEV=MITFX001.ADD  /P:320


2.  Mitsumi CD-ROM drive attached to Creative Labs Sound Blaster 16 MultiCD
    If the Mitsumi CD-ROM port on the Sound Blaster 16 MultiCD is set
    to I/O port address of 340, the line in config.sys should be:


        BASEDEV=MITFX001.ADD  /P:340


3.  To enable interrupt transfer mode, which improves performance,
    the /I parameter must be specified.  For example to enable
    interrupt transfer mode for IRQ channel 10 at I/O port address
    of 320h, the line in config.sys should appear as follows:


        BASEDEV=MITFX001.ADD  /P:320 /I:10


Known Problems
--------------
The Diamond Viper video card and the Mitsumi host adapter conflict at port
address 300h, which is the default port address of the Mitsumi card.  The
result is a messed up display screen.  The user should change the port
address on the Mitsumi card from 300h to another address, i.e. 310h,
and add the /P parm to the BASEDEV=MITFX001.ADD statement in config.sys.


-------------------------------------
| Sony 31A Device Driver Parameters |
-------------------------------------
The parameters for the following CD-ROM adapter device drivers are
described in this section:
   SONY31A.ADD
This device driver supports the following CD-ROM drives:
   Sony CDU-31A,CDU-7305
   Sony CDU-33A,CDU-7405


This section lists the parameters which are supported for the
Sony CD-ROM device driver.  The parameters can be changed by modifying
the BASEDEV=SONY31A.ADD line in config.sys.  It is recommended
to change the transfer mode from it default, software polling transfer,
to software interrupt transfer.  This will help lower the CPU utilization
of CD-ROM applications, enabling better performance for other tasks
while the CD-ROM drive is being accessed.  See the /I parameter below.


For the SONY31A.ADD device driver, the syntax for the line in config.sys
is as follows:
   BASEDEV=SONY31A.ADD [/A:d] [/AT:dd] [/P:nnn] [I:nn] [/V]


   [/A:d]
     Identifies a specific adapter, d.  The adapter is specified as
     a single digit value which is zero based.  (i.e. The first adapter
     is specified as /A:0).


   [/AT:dd]
     Sets the adapter type connected to the CD-ROM drive.
     Supported values are:
               00 = Sony CDB-334 (default)
               05 =  - Echo Speech (with ESC614 chip)
                     - Orchid SoundWave 32
                     - Orchid GameWave 32
                     - Cardinal DSP16
               08 = Media Vision ProAudio Spectrum-16


   [/P:nnnn]
     Specifies the base I/O port address of the interface card.  The
     port address is specified as a four digit hex value.  Leading
     zeros should be specified.  The value must be the same number as
     the port address selected by the jumper on the host interface card.
     If this parameter is not specified, the default port address for the
     host adapter is used.  For the Sony CDB-334 host interface card,
     the default is 0340.  For the Media Vision ProAudio Spectrum-16 card
     the default is 1F88.
     See the section below titled "Sony CDB-334 Host Adapter
     Jumper Settings".


   [/I:nn]
     Specifies the interrupt request (IRQ) channel number.  This must
     match the value specified on the jumper setting on the interface
     card. If this parameter is not specified, the device driver will use
     software polling transfer.  See the section below titled
     "Sony CDB-334 Host Adapter Jumper Settings".  This parameter
     switch is not supported if the CD-ROM drive is attached to the
     Media Vision ProAudio spectrum.
     Note: Some Sony CDB-334 host adapter cards did not ship with the
           plastic jumper switch to select the IRQ channel on the IRQ
           jumper block.  You must obtain and install the plastic jumper
           switch to enable the IRQ channel.


   [/V]
     The device driver will display the device driver revision level
     and CD-ROM product information at boot time.


Sony CDU-31A Device Driver Parameter Examples
---------------------------------------------
1. Sony CDU-31A or CDU-33A CD-ROM drive attached to Sony CDB-334 host adapter:
    The Sony CDB-334 host adapter supports base I/O port addresses of
    320h, 330h, 340h or 360h. If the CDB-334 host adapter is set to any
    port address other than the default of 340h, the config.sys statement
    needs to be modified. For example, if the Sony CDB-334 host adapter is
    set to a base I/O port address of 360, the line in config.sys should be:
        BASEDEV=SONY31A.ADD /A:0 /P:0360


    (Note: The Sony Desktop Library model number CDU-31A-LL/N includes
           the Sony CDB-334 adapter)


2. Sony CDU-31A or CDU-33A CD-ROM drive attached to Sony CDB-334 host adapter.
    If the Sony CDU-31A is attached to the Sony CDB-334 host adapter at
    base I/O port address of 360h, and the driver is operating in interrupt
    mode at IRQ channel 5, the line in your config.sys should be:
        BASEDEV=SONY31A.ADD /A:0 /P:0360 /I:5


3.  Sony CDU-31A or CDU-33A CD-ROM drive attached to Media Vision ProAudio
    Spectrum-16 (PAS-16) host adapter:
    The line in config.sys should appear as follows:
        BASEDEV=SONY31A.ADD /A:0 /AT:08


    (Note: The default port address for the CDU-31A when attached to
           the  PAS-16 card is 1F88.  The Sony Desktop Library model
           numbers CDU-31A-LL/L and CDU-7305 include the PAS-16 adapter).


4. Sony CDU-31A or CDU-33A CD-ROM drive attached to the Creative Labs Sound
   Blaster Pro, Sound Blaster 16, or Sound Blaster 16 MultiCD
   host adapter:
   The port address specified on the BASEDEV statement in config.sys
   should be 10h above the base I/O port address specified on the adapter
   card.  For example, if the Sound Blaster card is set for a base
   I/O port address of 220h, the line in config.sys should be:
        BASEDEV=SONY31A.ADD /A:0 /P:0230


5. Sony CDU-31A or CDU-33A CD-ROM drive attached to the Echo Speech,
   Orchid SoundWave 32, Orchid GameWave 32, or Cardinal DSP16 host adapter:
   The line in config.sys should appear as follows:
      BASEDEV=SONY31A.ADD /A:0 /AT:05


-------------------------------------
| Sony 535 Device Driver Parameters |
-------------------------------------
The parameters for the following CD-ROM adapter device drivers are
described in this section:
   SONY535.ADD
This device driver supports the following CD-ROM drives:
   Sony 531 series (CDU-531,6201,6205)
   Sony 535 series (CDU-535,6205,7205)


This section lists the parameters which are supported for the
Sony CD-ROM device driver.  The parameters can be changed by modifying
the BASEDEV=SONY535.ADD line in config.sys.  It is recommended
to change the transfer mode from it default, software polling transfer,
to software interrupt transfer.  This will help lower the CPU utilization
of CD-ROM applications, enabling better performance for other tasks
while the CD-ROM drive is being accessed.  See the /I parameter below.


For the SONY535.ADD device driver, the syntax for the line in config.sys
is as follows:
   BASEDEV=SONY535.ADD [/P:nnn] [I:nn] [/U:d,d...] [/V]


   [/P:nnn]
     Specifies the base I/O port address of the interface card.
     The value must be the same number as the port address selected
     by the jumper on the host interface card.


   [/I:nn]
     Specifies the interrupt request (IRQ) channel number.  This must
     match the value specified on the jumper setting on the interface
     card. If this parameter is not specified, the device driver will use
     software polling transfer.
     Note: Some Sony host adapter cards did not ship with the plastic
           jumper switch to select the IRQ channel on the IRQ jumper block.
           You must obtain and install the plastic jumper switch to enable
           the IRQ channel.


   [/U:d,d...]
     Specifies the drive unit number which the Sony CD-ROM drive is
     set to.  The value of d must be set to 0,1,2 or 3.  If more than
     one Sony CD-ROM drive is attached to the adapter, this parameter
     must be specified. If only one CD-ROM drive is attached to the
     adapter, and this parameter is not specified, then the default unit
     id used by the driver is 0.


   [/V]
     The device driver will display the device driver revision level
     and CD-ROM product information at boot time.


Sony CDU-535 Device Driver Parameter Examples
---------------------------------------------
1.  Sony CD-ROM drive attached to Sony CDB-240 series host adapter:
    For example, if the Sony host adapter is set to a base I/O port
    address of 360, the line in config.sys should be:
        BASEDEV=SONY535.ADD /P:360


2.  Sony CD-ROM drive attached to Sony CDB-240 series host adapter.
    If the Sony CD-ROM drive is attached to the Sony host adapter at
    base I/O port address of 360h, and the driver is operating in interrupt
    mode at IRQ channel 5, the line in your config.sys should be:
        BASEDEV=SONY535.ADD /P:360 /I:5


3.  Multiple Sony CD-ROM drives daisy chained to Sony CDB-240 series
    host adapter
    For example, if two Sony CD-ROM drives are daisy chained from
    the Sony host adapter with the first drive set to drive unit 0
    and the second set to drive unit 1, the line in config.sys
    should appear as follows:
        BASEDEV=SONY535.ADD /P:340  /U:0,1


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| SBCD2.ADD Device Driver Parameters |
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The parameters for the following CD-ROM adapter device drivers are
described in this section:
   SBCD2.ADD
This device driver supports the following CD-ROM drives:
   Creative Labs OmniCD
   IBM ISA CD-ROM
   Panasonic  521,522,523,562,563


This section lists the parameters which are supported for the
SBCD2.ADD device driver.  The parameters can be changed by modifying
the BASEDEV=SBCD2.ADD line in config.sys.


For the SBCD2.ADD device driver, the syntax for the line in config.sys
is as follows:
   BASEDEV=SBCD2.ADD  [/P:nnn]  [T:n] [/NS] [/V]


   [/P:nnn]
     Specifies the base I/O port address of the interface card.
     The value must be the same number as the port address selected
     by the jumper on the host interface card.


   [/T:nn]
      Sets the adapter type connected to the CD-ROM drive.
      Supported value is:
         2 = Creative Labs CD-ROM interface card (not Sound Blaster)


   [/NS]
      Disable drive select scan.  Driver will not scan for more than
      one CD-ROM drive.


Parameter Examples
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1.  Panasonic, Creative Labs OmniCD or IBM ISA CD-ROM drive attached
    to standard Panasonic or IBM ISA CD-ROM host adapter:
    The standard Panasonic or IBM ISA host adapter supports base I/O
    port addresses of 300h, 310h, 320h or 330h.  For example, if the
    adapter is set to a base I/O port address of 300, the line in
    config.sys should be:
        BASEDEV=SBCD2.ADD /P:300


2.  Panasonic, Creative Labs OmniCD or IBM ISA CD-ROM drive attached
    to Creative Labs Sound Blaster Pro, Sound Blaster 16, or Sound
    Blaster 16 MultiCD.
    For example, if the Sound Blaster card is set for a base I/O
    address of 220h, the line in config.sys should be:
        BASEDEV=SBCD2.ADD /P:220


3.  Creative Labs OmniCD attached to standard Creative Labs
    CD-ROM host adapter (not Sound Blaster) :
    The standard Creative Labs host adapter supports base I/O port
    addresses of 250h or 260h.  For example, if the adapter is set
    to a base I/O port address of 250, the line in config.sys should be:
        BASEDEV=SBCD2.ADD /P:250 /T:2


4.  Panasonic, Creative Labs OmniCD or IBM ISA CD-ROM drive attached
    to Media Vision Jazz 16 sound card.
    For example, if the Media Vision card is set for a base I/O
    address of 300h, the line in config.sys should be:
        BASEDEV=SBCD2.ADD /P:300  /NS


5.  Panasonic, Creative Labs OmniCD or IBM ISA CD-ROM drive attached
    to Reveal audio card.
    For example, if the Reveal audio card is set for a base I/O
    address of 630h, the line in config.sys should be:
        BASEDEV=SBCD2.ADD /P:630


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| Philips LMS 205 Device Driver Parameters |
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The parameters for the following CD-ROM adapter device drivers are
described in this section:
   LMS205.ADD
This device driver supports the following CD-ROM drives:
   Philips LMS CM205,CM225


This section lists the parameters which are supported for the
Philips LMS 205 CD-ROM device driver.  The parameters can be changed
by modifying the BASEDEV=LMS205.ADD line in config.sys.
For the LMS205.ADD device driver, the syntax for the line in config.sys
is as follows:
   BASEDEV=LMS205.ADD [/P:nnn] [/u:X] [/m:Y] [/V]


   [/P:nnn]
     Specifies the base I/O port address of the interface card.
     The value must be the same number as the port address selected
     by the jumper on the host interface card.


   [/u:X]
     Identifies a specific unit, X.
     Valid values for X are 0, 1, 2, 3.  The default is zero.
     LMS205 locates all CM250 and CM260 host adapters and assigns unit
     numbers based on the order in which each was found.
     This parameter tells LMS205 which BASEDEV=LMS205.ADD line it is
     currently processing.


   [/m:Y]
     Indicates the number of 2500 byte CD frame buffers that should
     be allocated by the LMS205.ADD driver.
     Valid values for Y are 8,..., 26.  The default is 16.  Any value below
     the minimum (8) will be assigned the minimum (8).


   [/V]
     The device driver will display the device driver revision level
     and CD-ROM product information at boot time.
     For example,
      IBM OS/2 LMS205.ADD 1.00  02-NOV-93
      Philips LMS Unit 0: CM205 CDROM drive, FR4, CM260 HA Port: 0340 IRQ: 05


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| Philips LMS 206 Device Driver Parameters |
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The parameters for the following CD-ROM adapter device drivers are
described in this section:
   LMS206.ADD
This device driver supports the following CD-ROM drives:
   Philips LMS CM205MS,CM225MS  (multisession photo CD version of CM205)
   Philips LMS CM206,CM226
This section lists the parameters which are supported for the
Philips LMS CD-ROM device driver.  The parameters can be changed
by modifying the BASEDEV=LMS206.ADD line in config.sys.
For the LMS206.ADD device driver, the syntax for the line in config.sys
is as follows:
   BASEDEV=LMS206.ADD [/P:nnn] [/u:X] [/m:Y] [/V]


   [/P:nnn]
     Specifies the base I/O port address of the interface card.
     The value must be the same number as the port address selected
     by the jumper on the host interface card.


   [/u:]
     Identifies a specific unit, X.
     Valid values for X are 0, 1, 2, 3.  The default is zero.
     LMS206 locates all CM250 and CM260 host adapters and assigns unit
     numbers based on the order in which each was found.
     This parameter tells LMS206 which BASEDEV=LMS206.ADD line it is
     currently processing.


   [/m:]
     Indicates the number of 2500 byte CD frame buffers that should
     be allocated by the LMS206.ADD driver.
     Valid values for Y are 8,..., 26.  The default is 16.  Any value below
     the minimum (8) will be assigned the minimum (8).


    [/v]
     The device driver will display the device driver revision level
     and CD-ROM product information at boot time.
     For example,
      IBM OS/2 LMS206.ADD 1.00  02-NOV-93
      Philips LMS Unit 0: CM206 CDROM drive, FR4, CM260 HA Port: 0340 IRQ: 05