5303-0189-003 USB2.0+FireWire+10_100 Ethernet QIG

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					                           Chapter 1
                          Introduction
This Combo PCI card contains USB 2.0, FireWire(IEEE 1394), and 10/100
Ethernet features. This Adapter, provide 3 (2 external + 1 internal) USB 2.0
ports, 2 (1 external + 1 internal) FireWire(IEEE 1394) ports and 1 RJ-45
Ethernet port for the connections of high performance USB2.0/ USB 1.1,
FireWire(IEEE 1394) and 10/100 Ethernet devices.


1-1 Features and Benefits
   •   Combo card design adds USB2.0 (480Mbps), FireWire(400Mbps) and
       10/100 Ethernet interface into your computer at once!
   •   32-bit, 33MHz PCI interface compliant with PCI Plug-n-Play v2.2
   •   Full-duplex operation at both 10Mbps and 100Mbps for Ethernet
       interface
   •   Support 10/100Mbps auto sensing capability
   •   Hot-swapping feature allows you to connect/ disconnect USB 2.0/ USB
       1.1/ FireWire devices without powering down the system
   •   Supports various types of USB 2.0/1.1 and FireWire devices including
       removable drives, CD-ROM/DVD-ROM drives, printers, scanners,
       memory card readers/writers, hubs, digital cameras, DV-camcorders,
       PDA and more


1-1.1 Universal Serial Bus 2.0
    USB 2.0 is specified to be an industry-standard extension to the PC
    architecture with a focus on PC peripherals that enable consumer and
    business applications. The following criteria were applied in defining the
    architecture for USB 2.0:
   • Ease-of-use for PC peripheral expansion
   • Full support for real-time data for voice, audio, and video
   • Protocol flexibility for mixed-mode isochronous data transfers and
      asynchronous messaging
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  •   Integration in commodity device technology
  •   Comprehension of various PC configurations and form factors
  •   Provision of a standard interface capable of quick diffusion into product
  •   Enabling new classes of devices that augment the PC capability
  •   Suitable for device bandwidths ranging from a few Kbps to several
      hundred Mbps
  •   Supports isochronous as well as asynchronous transfer types over the
      same set of wires
  •   Supports concurrent operation of many devices (multiple connections)
  •   Supports up to 127 physical devices
  •   Supports transfer of multiple data and message streams between the
      host and devices
  •   Lower protocol overhead, resulting in high bus utilization
  •   Guaranteed bandwidth and low latencies appropriate for telephony,
      audio, video, etc.
  •   Supports a wide range of packet sizes, which allows a range of device
      buffering options
  •   Flow control for buffer handling is built into the protocol
  •   Error handling / fault recovery mechanism is built into the protocol
  •   Dynamic insertion and removal of devices is identified in user-
      perceived real-time
  •   Work with various types of USB devices including hub, scanner, printer,
      video camera, removable driver, digital camera, ATA / Compact Flash /
      SmartMedia memory card readers and more


1-1.2 FireWire(IEEE 1394)
  •   FireWire is designed to function as both a cable-connected virtual bus
      and as a backplane bus achieves speeds up to 400 Mbps. This type of
      performance has enabled many new applications such as real-time
      digital video.
  •   When compared with older serial and parallel I/O buses, FireWire
      offers a rich set of advanced features, including live connection /
      disconnection of devices onto a FireWire-based cable I/O system or on
      boards into a FireWire-based backplane. The standard also supports
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      both asynchronous and isochronous forms of communication on the
      same system.
  •   Whereas isochronous communication can be used to guarantee
      bandwidth for certain time-critical applications like streaming video or
      audio, asynchronous communication is appropriate for the typical PC
      peripherals such as printers or disk drives.
  •   The topology of a FireWire network resembles a tree structure. Each
      node on a FireWire network functions as a repeater, forwarding the
      signals on to the next node in the daisy-chain. As many as 63 nodes can
      be configured on a desktop and up to 64,000 devices in a 1394 network
      using bridges.
  •    Because of its high-capacity bandwidth and advanced features,
      FireWire has the ability to consolidate many older standards and I/O
      methods into one unified, high- performance serial bus. Eventually,
      expanding a FireWire-based computer system will be as simple and as
      easy as plugging an appliance into an AC power socket. The PC will
      provide instantaneous communication on demand to the peripheral
      device that is new to the FireWire bus and the user will not have to
      manually reconfigure and shut down the system.
  •   Work with DV camcorder, hard drive, printer, other 1394 audio/video
      devices including TV, VCR, DVD


1-1.3 10/100 Ethernet
  •   IEEE802.3 standards 10BASE-T and 100BASE-TX standards
  •   Wake-On-LAN features is optional for different hardware version
  •   Full-duplex operation at both 10Mbps and 100Mbps auto-sensing
      capability
  •   Rich diagnostic LED mounted on RJ-45 connector for easily viewing
      and troubleshooting
  •   Single shield RJ-45 connector for using at either Speed (Category 3,4
      or 5 UTP cable for 10Mbps Operation, and category 5 UTP cable for
      100Mbps Operation)
  •   Plug and Play Installation

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1-2 System Requirement
 •   Pentium or equivalent PC computer with one available PCI slot
 •   Windows 98SE or above




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                           Chapter 2
                          Installation
This chapter will guide you through the installation of USB 2.0+FireWire
+10/100 Ethernet into your computer.

2-1 Static Electricity Precaution
   One of the routine precautions you must be aware of when working with
   computer components is the problem of static electricity discharge.
      Caution: Static Electricity Discharge may permanently damage your
      system. To avoid possible static electricity discharge during the
      installation, please follow the guidelines below:
      Ÿ Discharge any static electricity build up in your body by touching a
         large grounded metal surface or the computer case (if plugged in),
         for a few seconds.
      Ÿ During the installation, avoid any contact with internal parts

2-2 Hardware Installation
   1. Turn OFF the power of your computer and any other connected
      peripheral devices.
   2. Unplug the power cord from the back of the computer.
   3. Remove your computer's cover.
   4. Remove the slot bracket from an available PCI slot.
   5. To install the card, carefully align the card's bus connector with the
      selected PCI slot on the motherboard. Push the board down firmly, but
      gently, until it is well seated.
   6. Close the cover of your computer and plug the power back to your
      computer.

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2-3 Driver Installation
This section provides information on how to install the
USB2.0, FireWire(IEEE 1394), and Ethernet drivers.
    2-3.1Windows 98SE Driver Installation
    1. After installing the board, boot up your system. When Add New
       Hardware Wizard displays PCI standard PCI-to-PCI Bridge,
       click Next.
    2. Choose search for the best driver for your device
       (Recommended), and click Next, Next, Next, then Finish.
    3. When Add New Hardware Wizard displays PCI Ethernet
       Controller, click Next.
    4. Choose search for the best driver for your device
       (Recommended), and click Next.
    5. Insert 3 in 1 drivers CD-Title into your CD-ROM drive.
    6. Choose Specify a location and key in “e:\LAN\WIN98” (assume
       E:\ is your CD-ROM drive), then click Next.
    7. When Add New Hardware Wizard displays Realtek
       RTL8139/810X Family Fast Ethernet NIC, then click Next.
    8. When Insert Disk warning message appears, remove your 3 in 1
       CD-Title, and insert your 98SE CD-Title into your CD-ROM,
       click OK, then press Next.
    9. When System setting change displays, then click NO.
   10. When Add New Hardware Wizard displays Texas Instruments
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       OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller click Next.
   11. Choose search for the best driver for your device
       (Recommended), and click Next, Next, Next, Next, then Finish.
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12. While Add New Hardware Wizard displays NEC USB Open
    Host Controller, press Next
13. Choose search for the best driver for your device
    (Recommended), and click Next, Next, Next, Next, then Finish.
14. Step 6 to 7 will be proceeded once again.
15. While Add New Hardware Wizard displays PCI Universal
    Serial Bus, press Next.
16. Choose search for the best driver for your device
    (Recommended), and click Next, Next, Next, Next, then Finish.
17. Remove your 98SE CD-Title and insert 3 IN 1 Drivers CD-Title
    into your CD-ROM drive.
18. When System settings change displays, click No.
19. Go to My Computer/Driver/usb2, double click setup206.exe.
20. When USB 2.0 Driver Setup displays, click Next, then click
    Close, system complete the installation and restart your computer.

2-3.2 Windows ME Driver Installation
 1. After installing the board, boot up your system.
 2. When Add New Hardware Wizard displays PCI standard
    PCI-to-PCI Bridge, choose Automatic search for a better driver
    (Recommended), click Next, then click Finish.
 3. While Add New Hardware Wizard displays Texas Instruments
    OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller, choose
    Automatic search for a better driver (Recommended), and click
    Next, then click Finish.
 4. While Add New Hardware Wizard displays PCI Universal
    Serial Bus, choose Automatic search for a better driver
    (Recommended), and click Next, then click Finish.

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5. When Add New Hardware Wizard displays Realtek RTL8139(A)
   -based PCI Fast Ethernet adapter, click Next, then click Finish.
6. When system Settings Change displays, click No, then click No.
7. Go to My Computer/Driver/USB2, double click setup206.exe, then
   click close, system complete the installation and restart your
   computer.
8. When New Hardware Found displays The file ‘ousb2hub.sys’
   was not found, click Browse, then select c:\windows\Drivers\ousb2,
   click OK, then click OK.
9. Remove the CD-ROM driver.

2-3.3 Windows 2000 Driver Installation
1. After installing the board, boot up your system.
2. Windows 2000 will automatically install Ethernet (RTL8139) driver.
3. When Found New Hardware Wizard appears, click Next.
4. When ?Universal Serial Bus (USB) Controller display, choose
   Select for a suitable driver for my device (Recommended), then
   click Cancel.
5. Insert 3 in 1 drivers CD-Title into your CD-ROM drive.
6. Go to My Computer/Drive/USB2, double click setup206.exe.
7. When USB 2.0 Driver v2.0.6 Setup displays Finished, then click
   close, system complete the installation and restart your computer.
8. Remove the CD-ROM driver.

2-3.4 Windows XP Driver Installation
1. After installing the board, boot up your system.
2. Windows XP will automatically install Ethernet (RTL8139) driver.
3. When Found New Hardware Wizard displays Universal Serial Bus
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   (USB) Controller choose Install from a list or specific location
   [Advanced], click Next, Next, then Finish.
4. Insert 3 in 1 drivers CD-Title into your CD-ROM drive
5. Go to My Computer/Driver/USB2, double click setup206.exe.
6. When USB 2.0 Driver v2.0.6 Setup displays, click continue
   Anyway then click close, restart your system.
7. When Found New Hardware Wizard displays NEC PCI to USB
   Enhanced Host Controller, then click Next.
8. While Hardware Installation displays NEC PCI to USB
   Enhanced Host Controller, click Continue Anyway, then finish.
9. When Found New Hardware Wizard displays USB 2.0 Root
   Hub Device, then click Next.
10. While Hardware Installation displays USB 2.0 Root Hub Device,
    click Continue Anyway, then finish.
11. Remove the CD-ROM driver.




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