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CMD PCI Controller 0640B

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Where can i get the board layout for correct jumper setting
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Question by:lisbert
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by:lisbert
ID: 1127931
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by:sgenther
ID: 1127932
http://www.cmd.com/semiconductor/support/index.cfm
go here and look up your controller,you may need the acrobat reader to view the manuals.
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by:lisbert
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Thanks But that was the first thing i tried out
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by:rmarotta
ID: 1127934
lisbert,
Is this controller built into a motherboard?
If so, post the info about your board, and we may be able to find some documentation online.
Regards,
Ralph

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by:MATTCEI
ID: 1127935
I have the jumper settings for a 'S1363-004' PCI board with CMD640B chip and Winbond support chips,FCC ID KAOS1363.Has a LOT of jumpers,will post if this is the one you need.
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by:lisbert
ID: 1127936
To MATTCEI and rmarotta,
The Controller is a single Controller with 2 connections for Harddisks only, no floppy, no com and no LPT the only information is CMD640b.I am locatet in Germany and its not easy to get informations here.
Regards Lisbert
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by:MATTCEI
ID: 1127937
Sorry.That's not the card I have.
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by:rmarotta
ID: 1127938
lisbert,
It seems that the CMD chipset is software configurable.
The Win95 driver for CMD IDE controller allows setting the secondary port on or off.
Are there jumpers on that card?
Ralph
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by:lisbert
ID: 1127939
to rmarotta dit you read my question?? WHAT ARE THE JUMPER SETTING!!
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by:rmarotta
ID: 1127940
I read it.
good luck.....
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jrhelgeson earned 150 total points
ID: 1127941
I have the jumper settings, rather than tell you what they are I've printed them out to a .PDF file for your convenience and posted it on the web for you to download.  Tell me when you've got it so I don't delete it before you've read it.

Joel R. Helgeson

http://members.aol.com/helgboy/JRHelgeson/CSA-640.PDF
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