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  • ZV PCMCIA -http://www.pc-card.com/papers/zv.htm (3/96)
    The IBM 600 264585U has zoomed video support, the specs say:
  • The Irez site hasa good description of Zoomed Video
  • Composite video in

    When we first started doing captures, we wanted a NT4.0 PCMCIA card with composite in sothat we can record offsite presentations.

    Below is a list of possibilities the possibilities.

  • Find a PCMCIA card with NT4.0 drivers
  • Lug the IBM 600 expansion bay: heavy (We did this for a fewcaptures, and we continue to use the IBM 600 expansion bay with w2kas a backup encoder)
  • Use a IBM 760xd: they seem unstable
  • Take a IBM 770 from one of our users: inconvenient
  • Purchase another laptop w/ video: Sony
  • Purchase a better PCI expansion box for the 600: does notseem to exist
  • Purchase a different laptop with a different PCI card
  • Run 95 on a 600 with a PCMCIA card
  • Run w2k on a PC (This is our primary encoder)
  • Newer IBM laptops seem to have a single card expansion chassis
  • Capture cards with Composite In

  • MargiNT5.0?
  • Capture-To-Go audio&video, [email protected], '95, '98, $295, ZV
  • 'Note: Ask for MARGI Compatibility Test Report for all Notebooks that have been tested with the cards. ' [email protected]
  • The IBM Proven site says:
  • http://www.nogatech.com/

    Driver Download Nvidia

    , now http://www.zoran.com
  • Conference Card includes audio, 30frames/sec @ 320x240, 95/98, $249.95 at PC Connection
    The specs say:Computer Shopper Sept 1997 says
    The plug-and-play ConferenceCard installs quickly and hasjacks for two video sources, two audio inputs, and aheadphone. Because the video relies on ordinary RCA jacks,you can connect the card to any common camcorder.
  • Mobile Video Pro II Kit Includes Conference Card above, headset and camera, $399.95 at PC Connection
  • Capture vision separate audio, 30 frames/sec @ 320X240, Nogatech support says that these are not ZV cards
    95/98 $199 at PC Connection
  • Nogatech SupportIBM Thinkpad Issuessays
  • Nogatech has a beta NT driver available.Local Copy
  • The Nogatech card works under '95 on an IBM 600, but when I try to install it with the Nogatech NT 3.0 Beta drivers, the machine will not boot, it hangs during booting on the blue boot screen.
    1. Installed NT4.O Workstation SP 1 on a IBM 600
    2. Installed IBM PCMCIA Networking Etherjet software
    3. Installed SystemSoft CardWizard 5.0
    4. Installed Nogatech NT 3.0 Beta drivers
    5. Rebooted with Conference Card In the slot
    6. I was able to log in, and then the machine hung. Popped the Conference Card out, then reset using the reset button.
    7. Deinstalled SystemSoft CardWizard 5.0
    8. Rebooted, Deinstalled Nogatech NT 3.0 Beta drivers in the default location, rebooted, the laptop hung as before
    9. Deinstalled Nogatech NT drivers
    10. Rebooted, Installed sp4, Rebooted
    11. Reinstalled Nogatech NT drivers, laptop hung as before
    12. Reinstalled SystemSoft CardWizard 5.0 Now when I reboot, I get a message about
      The inserted Nogatech Nogavision [Specialty]could not use its assigned resources.

      The following resource conflicted:
      IRQ 11

      This is a specialty PC Card which uses unique software drivers.In order to remedy this problem, please refer to theUser Manual for the PC card'

    13. I used Control Panel -> Multimedia -> Video Capture has the IRQ etc. settings for the driver. but that did not help.
    14. Reinstalled NT4.0sp1 from scratch, did not install networking, so no IBM Etherjet card is not present
    15. Installed Nogatech NT 3.0 Beta drivers in the default location (C:ConferencCard). Inserted Card, rebooted
    16. Laptop hung with NT splash screen and 'Begin Login Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete to log on' window. Laptop did not respond to Ctrl+Alt+Delete
    17. Popped card out, Login screen came up immeadiately. Logged in, Event viewer showed that the Event log started but no other events.
    18. Went to the Multimedia control panel, changed the IRQ from 9 to 11. The other settings are: Base Memory Address: blank Base Memory Attribute: d0000-d0fff IO Base Address: 200-208 which do not appear to conflict with any of the Resource settings in the Windows NT Diagnostics Panel. When I changed the IRQ, I got a message about 'The driver failed to install'
    19. In the Windows NT Diagnostics Panel Services tab, Nogatech NogaVision Support Driver is Running, but NOGATECH1 is stopped. Double clicking on NOGATECH1 shows that the Pathname is C:WINNTSYSTEM32DRIVERSNOGATEC with the last part obscured. Nogatech.sys exists in that directory.
    20. When I go to the Devices control panel and try to start NOGATECH1 by hand, I get: Could not start the NOGATECH1 service on MOWAT. Error 02: The system cannot find the file specified
    21. The key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESystemCurrentControlSetServicesNOGATECH1 has a value of SystemRootSYSTEM32DRIVERSNOGATECH1.SYS for the ImagePath slot. That file does not exist.
    22. When I reboot, the machine hangs with the Ctrl+Alt+Delete window. When I popped the card out, the machine continued. After another reboot, I did see a message in the event log about how the Nogatech service could not be started because of incorrect paramaters
    23. Rebooted, uninstalled NT 3.0 Beta drivers, rebooted, installed NT sp4, rebooted, reinstalled NT 3.0 Beta drivers.
  • The SystemSoft CardWizard page says that SystemSoft CardWizard supports Nogatech cards under NT. However, after installing the beta NT Nogatech drivers, and then CardWizard 5.0, the machine hangs while booting with the blue boot screen
  • Mobile Planet - Mobile computing stuff Presentation -> Video Capture
  • http://www.amitm.com/vidbest.htm
  • H.323/4 Composite video kit 95/98/NT camera/capture card/56k modem US$ 189.00
  • http://www.schillcon.com/sys.htmZVCC Mobile PCMCIA Cam Kit - Looks like amitm.com?
  • Irez has a 640x480 card for '95 ($99),but it is known not to work with IBM 600. The Irez site has lots ofinfo about zoomed video.
  • The Datavideo MD-1000is apparently compatible with the IBM 600

    [email protected],'95, ZV

    However, [email protected] datavideo said this card is no longer made

  • Synchrotechsells Margi Capture-to-go, Nogatech
  • Other Capture cards

  • Carry computerComes with a camera?
  • Sony - SMMC-201J/SMMC-201U. A UHF/VHF band TV tuner & Video capture card with ZV-Port for PC.
    Sony - SMMC-101A. A Digital camera card with ZV-Port for PC.
  • MRT MobileGard: video Motion detector
  • Noteworthy Video Conferencing Capture CardBus Card -Toshiba - '95 Only
  • Auravision - PCMCIA card is a DVD/TV dongle.
  • Systemsoft Driver Download Windows 10

  • CardPro: http://www.card-professionals-uk.com/frame.htm(160 x 120 pixel resolution)
  • Xirlink C-it PC Camera with C-it Mail

    Listed on the IBM Proven page - NT5.0 USB camera

    DownloadWinov makes a NT capable PCMCIA card, but does not take composite in.JohnR has one.
  • Support newsgroups
  • I can't get the PCMCIA card to work on a IBM 600 with NT4.0sp3 and CardWizard 3.10.04j-C02-P03.01

    The Videum Status window says:The ReadMe.txt file says:SystemSoft

    Winnov Capture settings for Quicktime AVI

    b
    We also have two Videum AV PCI cards [email protected] 640x480, NT4.0The Media Server release notes say

    Driver Downloader

    Using Winnov Videum Video Card as the Audio Source

    A problem has been encountered with the Winnov 2.0 drivers where the encoding process can fail after a variable amount of time when sourcing audio data from the Winnov Videum card. Winnov currently has new drivers that are being beta-tested. In some cases, installation of the new beta Winnov drivers fixes the problem. Currently, Microsoft recommends that an alternate audio source, such as a sound card, be used instead of the Videum card. There is no problem accepting video data from the Videum card.

    Frame grabbers

  • Hasotec: www.hasotec.com/fg30e.htm NT Drivers and API- Grabbing only?
  • VideoPort: http://www.tiac.net/users/jknelec/vppro1.htm95/98 640x480Video for Windows
  • Thinkpad

  • We have 3 IBM 770, model #945852UWe purchased:
  • ThinkPad 770 DVD Enhanced Video Adapter (11J8957) Product Overview
  • Not for use with 770X/Z
  • Replaced by PN 10L1228
  • IBM 760XD

    I tried to install the older set of encoder tools that we used inMonterey under '95 and the installation failed. It seems to get mostof the way through, then I get a window dialog saying that it failed.When I rebooted, there was a message about dcom. It could be that weneed to install dcom under '95
    INFO: Differences Between DCOM95 and DCOM98

    The NetShow 3.0 release notes say:

    SystemSoft CardWizard

    http://www.systemsoft.com supports

    CardWizard 5.0 is $79.95

    As of 5/99, the latest NT version onIBM Supportwas 3.10.04j

    We have one copy of System Soft CardWizard 5.0. Note that the IBM laptops come with 3.x

    Digital Video

    Systemsoft Driver Download Windows 10

  • Sony DV Still image capture card $400 - Windows 95 only???
  • Newertechnology Mac cards, Firewire card
  • Wireless Cameras

    Looking at webcams and at the lego camera might be interesting.
    Printable version

    Driver Download For Windows 10

    * RECOMMENDED * Online ROM Flash Component for Windows (x64) - VB0250EAVER Drives

    By downloading, you agree to the terms and conditions of the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Software License Agreement.
    Note: Some software requires a valid warranty, current Hewlett Packard Enterprise support contract, or a license fee.

    Type:Firmware - SATA Storage Disk
    Version:HPG9 (B)(15 Jun 2015)
    Operating System(s):
    Microsoft Windows Server 2008 x64
    Microsoft Windows Server 2012
    Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Essentials
    Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2
    Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2
    Multi-part download
    File name:cp026805.exe (3.7 MB)
    File name:cp026805.md5 (48 Bytes)
    This x64 Smart Component provides firmware for the following drive models: VB0250EAVER Drives

    Enhancements/New Features:

    • The firmware component installer can now install the drive firmware successfully when the new HP ProLiant Smart Array HPCISSS3 Controller Driver (hpcisss3.sys) is running on the system being updated.

    Enhancements/New Features for (B):

    • Updated the flash engine to standardize logging across all SATA drive components.
    • Enhanced logging capability to improve the details provided in the component log file.

    To ensure the integrity of your download, HP recommends verifying your results with the following MD5 Checksum values:

    d76143be0bb9c97b8ac0394efa008f96cp026805.exe
    c8bfa83193e182282380be68f57f132dcp026805.md5

    Reboot Requirement:
    Reboot may be required after installation for updates to take effect and hardware stability to be maintained.

    Installation:
    To update firmware from Windows operating system on target server:

    • Place the Smart Component in a temporary directory.
    • Double-click on the Smart Component.
    • Follow the directions given by the Smart Component.
    • Reboot your system if you would like the update to take effect immediately.
    To use HP Smart Update Manager from the HP Service Pack for ProLiant :
    • Place the desired firmware to be updated in the directory, SPP20xxxxxhpswpackages
    • Locate Start.html which is found in the root of the ISO
    • Open the html file in a supported browser
    • Follow the instructions on the screen

    End User License Agreements:
    Hewlett-Packard End User License Agreement

    Upgrade Requirement:
    Recommended - HP recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.

    • Online firmware flashing of drives attached to an HP Smart Array controller running in Zero Memory (ZM) mode or an HP ProLiant host bus adapter (HBA) is NOT supported. Only offline firmware flashing of drives is supported for these configurations.
    • Online drive firmware update available for Smart Array Controllers configured in systems running supported Linux, Microsoft Windows, and VMware environments. All other OSes would require an offline update using the SPP and HP SUM.
    • Customers who already installed firmware version HPG9 do not need to update to HPG9(B).

    Notes:

    Deliverable Name:
    Online ROM Flash Component for Windows (x64) - VB0250EAVER Drives

    Release Version and/or Date:
    HPG9

    Last Recommended or Critical Version:
    HPG9

    Previous Version of Firmware:
    HPG7

    Firmware Dependency:
    None

    Enhancements/New Features:

    • The firmware component installer can now install the drive firmware successfully when the new HP ProLiant Smart Array HPCISSS3 Controller Driver (hpcisss3.sys) is running on the system being updated.

    Enhancements/New Features for (B):

    • Updated the flash engine to standardize logging across all SATA drive components.
    • Enhanced logging capability to improve the details provided in the component log file.

    Problems Fixed:

    • This firmware corrects the possibility of the drive becoming unresponsive and requiring a power cycle following a soft system reboot. This behavior appears as if the drive is no longer attached to the system following the system soft reboot. It is most often observed during Operating System Installation but can occur following any system soft reboot.

    Known Issues:
    None

    Upgrade Requirement:
    Recommended - HP recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.

    • Online firmware flashing of drives attached to an HP Smart Array controller running in Zero Memory (ZM) mode or an HP ProLiant host bus adapter (HBA) is NOT supported. Only offline firmware flashing of drives is supported for these configurations.
    • Online drive firmware update available for Smart Array Controllers configured in systems running supported Linux, Microsoft Windows, and VMware environments. All other OSes would require an offline update using the SPP and HP SUM.
    • Customers who already installed firmware version HPG9 do not need to update to HPG9(B).

    Problems Fixed:

    • This firmware corrects the possibility of the drive becoming unresponsive and requiring a power cycle following a soft system reboot. This behavior appears as if the drive is no longer attached to the system following the system soft reboot. It is most often observed during Operating System Installation but can occur following any system soft reboot.
    Version:HPG9(D) (24 Oct 2016)

    Upgrade Requirement:
    Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.

    • Online firmware flashing of drives attached to an HPE Smart Array controller running in Zero Memory (ZM) mode or an HPE ProLiant host bus adapter (HBA) is NOT supported. Only offline firmware flashing of drives is supported for these configurations.
    • Online drive firmware update available for Smart Array Controllers configured in systems running supported Linux, Microsoft Windows, and VMware environments. All other OSes would require an offline update using the SPP and HP SUM.
    • Customers who already installed firmware version HPG9 do not need to update to HPG9 (D).

    Problems Fixed:

    • This firmware corrects the possibility of the drive becoming unresponsive and requiring a power cycle following a soft system reboot. This behavior appears as if the drive is no longer attached to the system following the system soft reboot. It is most often observed during Operating System Installation but can occur following any system soft reboot.

    Problems Fixed for HPG9 (C):

    • The component would fail to flash drive firmware on a server with a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) enabled when using the /tpmbypass switch.

    Problems Fixed for HPG9 (D):

    • Component would fail to install drive firmware for drives present in a system configured with two or more external drive enclosures attached to an HP Host Bus Adapter H22x. The following message would be reported in the component log file - “Device appears more than once in tree”. The drive firmware installation failure was not observed in configurations having only one external drive enclosure attached to an HP Host Bus Adapter H22x.
    • Component would cause an exception error when deployed on a computer with a fully qualified domain name greater than 40 characters in length.

    Enhancements/New Features:

    • The firmware component installer can now install the drive firmware successfully when the new HP ProLiant Smart Array HPCISSS3 Controller Driver (hpcisss3.sys) is running on the system being updated.

    Enhancements/New Features for (B):

    • Updated the flash engine to standardize logging across all SATA drive components.
    • Enhanced logging capability to improve the details provided in the component log file.
    • Added support for Microsoft Windows Server 2016.

    Version:HPG9 (C) (1 Apr 2016)

    Upgrade Requirement:
    Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.

    • Online firmware flashing of drives attached to an HPE Smart Array controller running in Zero Memory (ZM) mode or an HPE ProLiant host bus adapter (HBA) is NOT supported. Only offline firmware flashing of drives is supported for these configurations.
    • Online drive firmware update available for Smart Array Controllers configured in systems running supported Linux, Microsoft Windows, and VMware environments. All other OSes would require an offline update using the SPP and HP SUM.
    • Customers who already installed firmware version HPG9 do not need to update to HPG9(C).

    Problems Fixed:

    • This firmware corrects the possibility of the drive becoming unresponsive and requiring a power cycle following a soft system reboot. This behavior appears as if the drive is no longer attached to the system following the system soft reboot. It is most often observed during Operating System Installation but can occur following any system soft reboot.

    Problems Fixed for HPG9 (C):

    • The component would fail to flash drive firmware on a server with a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) enabled when using the /tpmbypass switch.

    Enhancements/New Features:

    • The firmware component installer can now install the drive firmware successfully when the new HP ProLiant Smart Array HPCISSS3 Controller Driver (hpcisss3.sys) is running on the system being updated.

    Enhancements/New Features for (B):

    • Updated the flash engine to standardize logging across all SATA drive components.
    • Enhanced logging capability to improve the details provided in the component log file.

    Version:HPG9 (B) (15 Jun 2015)

    Upgrade Requirement:
    Recommended - HP recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.

    • Online firmware flashing of drives attached to an HP Smart Array controller running in Zero Memory (ZM) mode or an HP ProLiant host bus adapter (HBA) is NOT supported. Only offline firmware flashing of drives is supported for these configurations.
    • Online drive firmware update available for Smart Array Controllers configured in systems running supported Linux, Microsoft Windows, and VMware environments. All other OSes would require an offline update using the SPP and HP SUM.
    • Customers who already installed firmware version HPG9 do not need to update to HPG9(B).

    Problems Fixed:

    • This firmware corrects the possibility of the drive becoming unresponsive and requiring a power cycle following a soft system reboot. This behavior appears as if the drive is no longer attached to the system following the system soft reboot. It is most often observed during Operating System Installation but can occur following any system soft reboot.

    Enhancements/New Features:

    • The firmware component installer can now install the drive firmware successfully when the new HP ProLiant Smart Array HPCISSS3 Controller Driver (hpcisss3.sys) is running on the system being updated.

    Enhancements/New Features for (B):

    • Updated the flash engine to standardize logging across all SATA drive components.
    • Enhanced logging capability to improve the details provided in the component log file.

    Version:HPG9 (9 Sep 2014)

    Upgrade Requirement:
    Recommended - HP recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.

    • Online firmware flashing of drives attached to an HP Smart Array controller running in Zero Memory (ZM) mode or an HP ProLiant host bus adapter (HBA) is NOT supported. Only offline firmware flashing of drives is supported for these configurations.
    • Online drive firmware update available for Smart Array Controllers configured in systems running supported Linux and Microsoft Windows environments. All other OSes would require an offline update using the SPP and HP SUM.

    Problems Fixed:

    • This firmware corrects the possibility of the drive becoming unresponsive and requiring a power cycle following a soft system reboot. This behavior appears as if the drive is no longer attached to the system following the system soft reboot. It is most often observed during Operating System Installation but can occur following any system soft reboot.

    Enhancements/New Features:

    • The firmware component installer can now install the drive firmware successfully when the new HP ProLiant Smart Array HPCISSS3 Controller Driver (hpcisss3.sys) is running on the system being updated.

    Type:Firmware - SATA Storage Disk
    Version:HPG9 (B)(15 Jun 2015)
    Operating System(s):
    Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2
    Microsoft Windows Server 2008 x64
    Microsoft Windows Server 2012
    Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Essentials
    Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2

    Description

    This x64 Smart Component provides firmware for the following drive models: VB0250EAVER Drives

    Enhancements

    Enhancements/New Features:

    • The firmware component installer can now install the drive firmware successfully when the new HP ProLiant Smart Array HPCISSS3 Controller Driver (hpcisss3.sys) is running on the system being updated.

    Enhancements/New Features for (B):

    • Updated the flash engine to standardize logging across all SATA drive components.
    • Enhanced logging capability to improve the details provided in the component log file.

    Installation Instructions

    To ensure the integrity of your download, HP recommends verifying your results with the following MD5 Checksum values:

    d76143be0bb9c97b8ac0394efa008f96cp026805.exe
    c8bfa83193e182282380be68f57f132dcp026805.md5

    Reboot Requirement:
    Reboot may be required after installation for updates to take effect and hardware stability to be maintained.

    Installation:
    To update firmware from Windows operating system on target server:

    • Place the Smart Component in a temporary directory.
    • Double-click on the Smart Component.
    • Follow the directions given by the Smart Component.
    • Reboot your system if you would like the update to take effect immediately.
    To use HP Smart Update Manager from the HP Service Pack for ProLiant :
    • Place the desired firmware to be updated in the directory, SPP20xxxxxhpswpackages
    • Locate Start.html which is found in the root of the ISO
    • Open the html file in a supported browser
    • Follow the instructions on the screen

    Release Notes

    End User License Agreements:
    Hewlett-Packard End User License Agreement

    Upgrade Requirement:
    Recommended - HP recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.

    • Online firmware flashing of drives attached to an HP Smart Array controller running in Zero Memory (ZM) mode or an HP ProLiant host bus adapter (HBA) is NOT supported. Only offline firmware flashing of drives is supported for these configurations.
    • Online drive firmware update available for Smart Array Controllers configured in systems running supported Linux, Microsoft Windows, and VMware environments. All other OSes would require an offline update using the SPP and HP SUM.
    • Customers who already installed firmware version HPG9 do not need to update to HPG9(B).

    Notes:

    Deliverable Name:
    Online ROM Flash Component for Windows (x64) - VB0250EAVER Drives

    Release Version and/or Date:
    HPG9

    Last Recommended or Critical Version:
    HPG9

    Previous Version of Firmware:
    HPG7

    Firmware Dependency:
    None

    Enhancements/New Features:

    • The firmware component installer can now install the drive firmware successfully when the new HP ProLiant Smart Array HPCISSS3 Controller Driver (hpcisss3.sys) is running on the system being updated.

    Enhancements/New Features for (B):

    • Updated the flash engine to standardize logging across all SATA drive components.
    • Enhanced logging capability to improve the details provided in the component log file.

    Problems Fixed:

    • This firmware corrects the possibility of the drive becoming unresponsive and requiring a power cycle following a soft system reboot. This behavior appears as if the drive is no longer attached to the system following the system soft reboot. It is most often observed during Operating System Installation but can occur following any system soft reboot.

    Known Issues:
    None

    Fixes

    Upgrade Requirement:
    Recommended - HP recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.

    • Online firmware flashing of drives attached to an HP Smart Array controller running in Zero Memory (ZM) mode or an HP ProLiant host bus adapter (HBA) is NOT supported. Only offline firmware flashing of drives is supported for these configurations.
    • Online drive firmware update available for Smart Array Controllers configured in systems running supported Linux, Microsoft Windows, and VMware environments. All other OSes would require an offline update using the SPP and HP SUM.
    • Customers who already installed firmware version HPG9 do not need to update to HPG9(B).

    Problems Fixed:

    • This firmware corrects the possibility of the drive becoming unresponsive and requiring a power cycle following a soft system reboot. This behavior appears as if the drive is no longer attached to the system following the system soft reboot. It is most often observed during Operating System Installation but can occur following any system soft reboot.

    Revision History

    Version:HPG9(D) (24 Oct 2016)

    Upgrade Requirement:
    Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.

    • Online firmware flashing of drives attached to an HPE Smart Array controller running in Zero Memory (ZM) mode or an HPE ProLiant host bus adapter (HBA) is NOT supported. Only offline firmware flashing of drives is supported for these configurations.
    • Online drive firmware update available for Smart Array Controllers configured in systems running supported Linux, Microsoft Windows, and VMware environments. All other OSes would require an offline update using the SPP and HP SUM.
    • Customers who already installed firmware version HPG9 do not need to update to HPG9 (D).

    Problems Fixed:

    • This firmware corrects the possibility of the drive becoming unresponsive and requiring a power cycle following a soft system reboot. This behavior appears as if the drive is no longer attached to the system following the system soft reboot. It is most often observed during Operating System Installation but can occur following any system soft reboot.

    Problems Fixed for HPG9 (C):

    • The component would fail to flash drive firmware on a server with a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) enabled when using the /tpmbypass switch.

    Problems Fixed for HPG9 (D):

    • Component would fail to install drive firmware for drives present in a system configured with two or more external drive enclosures attached to an HP Host Bus Adapter H22x. The following message would be reported in the component log file - “Device appears more than once in tree”. The drive firmware installation failure was not observed in configurations having only one external drive enclosure attached to an HP Host Bus Adapter H22x.
    • Component would cause an exception error when deployed on a computer with a fully qualified domain name greater than 40 characters in length.

    Enhancements/New Features:

    • The firmware component installer can now install the drive firmware successfully when the new HP ProLiant Smart Array HPCISSS3 Controller Driver (hpcisss3.sys) is running on the system being updated.

    Enhancements/New Features for (B):

    • Updated the flash engine to standardize logging across all SATA drive components.
    • Enhanced logging capability to improve the details provided in the component log file.
    • Added support for Microsoft Windows Server 2016.

    Version:HPG9 (C) (1 Apr 2016)

    Upgrade Requirement:
    Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.

    • Online firmware flashing of drives attached to an HPE Smart Array controller running in Zero Memory (ZM) mode or an HPE ProLiant host bus adapter (HBA) is NOT supported. Only offline firmware flashing of drives is supported for these configurations.
    • Online drive firmware update available for Smart Array Controllers configured in systems running supported Linux, Microsoft Windows, and VMware environments. All other OSes would require an offline update using the SPP and HP SUM.
    • Customers who already installed firmware version HPG9 do not need to update to HPG9(C).

    Problems Fixed:

    • This firmware corrects the possibility of the drive becoming unresponsive and requiring a power cycle following a soft system reboot. This behavior appears as if the drive is no longer attached to the system following the system soft reboot. It is most often observed during Operating System Installation but can occur following any system soft reboot.

    Problems Fixed for HPG9 (C):

    • The component would fail to flash drive firmware on a server with a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) enabled when using the /tpmbypass switch.

    Enhancements/New Features:

    • The firmware component installer can now install the drive firmware successfully when the new HP ProLiant Smart Array HPCISSS3 Controller Driver (hpcisss3.sys) is running on the system being updated.

    Enhancements/New Features for (B):

    • Updated the flash engine to standardize logging across all SATA drive components.
    • Enhanced logging capability to improve the details provided in the component log file.

    Version:HPG9 (B) (15 Jun 2015)

    Upgrade Requirement:
    Recommended - HP recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.

    • Online firmware flashing of drives attached to an HP Smart Array controller running in Zero Memory (ZM) mode or an HP ProLiant host bus adapter (HBA) is NOT supported. Only offline firmware flashing of drives is supported for these configurations.
    • Online drive firmware update available for Smart Array Controllers configured in systems running supported Linux, Microsoft Windows, and VMware environments. All other OSes would require an offline update using the SPP and HP SUM.
    • Customers who already installed firmware version HPG9 do not need to update to HPG9(B).

    Problems Fixed:

    • This firmware corrects the possibility of the drive becoming unresponsive and requiring a power cycle following a soft system reboot. This behavior appears as if the drive is no longer attached to the system following the system soft reboot. It is most often observed during Operating System Installation but can occur following any system soft reboot.

    Enhancements/New Features:

    • The firmware component installer can now install the drive firmware successfully when the new HP ProLiant Smart Array HPCISSS3 Controller Driver (hpcisss3.sys) is running on the system being updated.

    Enhancements/New Features for (B):

    • Updated the flash engine to standardize logging across all SATA drive components.
    • Enhanced logging capability to improve the details provided in the component log file.

    Version:HPG9 (9 Sep 2014)

    Upgrade Requirement:
    Recommended - HP recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.

    • Online firmware flashing of drives attached to an HP Smart Array controller running in Zero Memory (ZM) mode or an HP ProLiant host bus adapter (HBA) is NOT supported. Only offline firmware flashing of drives is supported for these configurations.
    • Online drive firmware update available for Smart Array Controllers configured in systems running supported Linux and Microsoft Windows environments. All other OSes would require an offline update using the SPP and HP SUM.

    Problems Fixed:

    • This firmware corrects the possibility of the drive becoming unresponsive and requiring a power cycle following a soft system reboot. This behavior appears as if the drive is no longer attached to the system following the system soft reboot. It is most often observed during Operating System Installation but can occur following any system soft reboot.

    Enhancements/New Features:

    • The firmware component installer can now install the drive firmware successfully when the new HP ProLiant Smart Array HPCISSS3 Controller Driver (hpcisss3.sys) is running on the system being updated.

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