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Welcome to our download site. You can get information for setup of Funai's CD-ROM. 
The latest respective device drivers are listed.
First select your environment in which you want to install Funai's CD-ROM drive by clicking in the following list.

DOS/Windows 3.1
Windows 95
Windows NT 4.0
OS/2 Warp4

 


DOS/Windows 3.1

DOS/Windows 3.1 Device Drivers are available here for Funai's CD-ROM Drives.
Click on the appropriate Readme file below to get the setup information and setup file.0

Kind of Drive 

Funai Model Number 

Information file 

2X CD-ROM Drives (ISA)

E2450, E2420, FCR-C2, NSCD-2X-P, NSCD-2X-S, NSCD-23X-P1 

There are 19 different setup programs including the device drivers (S1.ZIP to S19.ZIP) available. 
First go to the Readme1.doc (click here) to get the setup and download information, then download the appropriate file.
Note: For the models E2550UA and E2800UA, since Creative Labs has the license of the Device Drivers for therse two models, please contact at Creative Labs. 
http://www.creaf.com/ 

Over 4X CD-ROM Drives (ATAPI IDE)

E2750 :4X Speed
E2650 : 6X Speed 
E2850 : 8X Speed 
E2960 : 16X Speed 

Setup Program including the device drivers for ATAPI IDE CD-ROM drives is available: 970108.ZIP 
First go to the Readme2.doc (click here) to get the setup and download information, then download the 970108.ZIP.

 


Readme1.doc (For ISA 2X CD-ROM Drives)

1. How to get the setup program

Find the kind of your product (manufacture, product and interface specification) in the following table (1). Then download the appropriate file by clicking on the file name.

In case you cannot find your product in the table (1), it is not tested or supported now. But there is possibility for you to use your Funai's CD-ROM Drive with your interface board by manual setup.
In future, we may start the support. Please wait couple of month and try to access here to find out the latest information.

Note: Under "Download file" in the following table (1) shows the name of the compressed ZIP file which includes the Setup Program, the device driver, and Readme.txt. You must decompress the downloaded file before setting up. If you can't decompress the file, download WINZIP.EXE from http://www.winzip.com/upgrade.htm (click here to jamp to the Winzip's home page) then follow instruction of WINZIP.EXE to decompress the file.

Table (1)

Manufacture

Interface board I/F Specification Default Port Download file (driver ver.)
REVEAL SC400 Rev. 2  Panasonic (40 pin)  630  S5.ZIP (Ver. 1.25c) 
SC400 Rev. 3  Panasonic (40 pin)  630  S6.ZIP (Ver. 1.25c) 
SC400 Rev. 3  Sony (34 pin)  630  S9.ZIP (Ver. 1.25d) 
Sound FX Wave32  Panasonic (40 pin)  634 S8.ZIP (Ver. 1.25c)
Sound FX Wave32  Sony (34 pin)  634 S14.ZIP (Ver. 1.25d)
CREATIVE 
SB-PRO  Sony (34 pin)  230  S17.ZIP (Ver. 1.25e) 
SB16 Multi CD  Sony (34 pin) 230  S1.ZIP (Ver. 1.25a)
S16.ZIP (Ver. 1.25d) 
SB16 Multi CD  Panasonic (40 pin)  230 S18.ZIP (Ver. 1.25e)
Omini CD  Panasonic (40 pin)  250 S19.ZIP (Ver. 1.25e)
OAK 
Mozart  Sony (34 pin)  340  S2.ZIP (Ver. 1.25a)
S10.ZIP (Ver. 1.25d) 
Mozart  Panasonic (40 pin)  340  S7.ZIP (Ver. 1.25c) 
ORCHID  Sound Wave  Sony (34 pin)  360  S11.ZIP (Ver. 1.25d) 
ACS  Laser Wave  Sony (34 pin)  340  S3.ZIP (Ver. 1.25a)
S12.ZIP (Ver. 1.25d) 
FUNAI  Original I/F  Sony (34 pin)  300  S4.ZIP (Ver. 1.25a) 
CORINAL  MPC700  Sony (34 pin)  300  S13.ZIP (Ver. 1.25d) 
SIGMA  Real Magic  Sony (34 pin)  290  S15.ZIP (Ver. 1.25d) 

Updated: January 1997 (FOR DOS/Windows 3.1 only ) Copyrighted FUNAI ELECTRIC CO.,LTD.

2. How to setup your host machine

Installing the Device Driver.

  1. Download the appropriate setup program referring the step 1 in the above.
  2. Decompress (unzip) the file into five different files as following.
     

    Setup.exe 

    Setup program
    Setup.cfg  Configuration file for SETUP.EXE
    ********.sys ISA CD-ROM device driver under DOS/Windows 3.1 
    English.txt  English reademe file 
    Japanese.txt  Japanese readme file 

     
  3. Run SETUP.EXE.
  4. Choose a setup mode from a menu accordingly.
     

    (a.) Auto = Set up automatically.
    Select Auto Set-up mode. Your computer will set all parameters itself.
    Note: Before selecting this mode, MSCDEX.EXE must exist in DOS directory.

    (b.) Manual = You can set by using your desired parameters.
    You should select Manual Set-up mode if MSCDEX.EXE does not exist in DOS directory.

    1. Choose destination drive to copy "********.SYS" file.
    2. Choose a directory in which MSCDEX.EXE is existing.
      Note: Error message will appear if MSCDEX.EXE is not existing in DOS.
    3. Choose update or not update the CONFIG.SYS and AUTOEXEC.BAT files.
    4. Select current device in which CONFIG.SYS and AUTOEXEC.BAT files exist if you choose to the update CONFIG.SYS and AUTOEXEC.BAT files.
    5. Choose change or not change the default value. When you want to leave the default value, chose "No.".
    6. "Installation completed" will appear on the screen.

    (c.) Exit = Finish or interrupt the installation.

  5. Confirm your installation and re-boot the computer.

Readme2.doc (For ATAPI IDE over 4X CD-ROM Drives)

1. How to get the setup program

Click here to download the 970108.ZIP.

This is the compressed ZIP file which includes the Setup Program, the device driver, and Readme.txt. You must decompress the downloaded file before setting up. If you can't decompress the file, download WINZIP.EXE from http://www.winzip.com/upgrade.htm (click here to jamp to the Winzip's home page) then follow its instruction.
Updated: January 1997 (FOR DOS/Windows 3.1 only ) Copyrighted FUNAI ELECTRIC CO.,LTD.

2. How to setup your host machine

Installing the Device Driver.

  1. Download the appropriate setup program referring the step 1 in the above.
  2. Decompress (unzip) the file into five different files as following.
     
    Setup.exe  Setup program
    Setup.cfg  Configuration file for SETUP.EXE
    F91xv340.sys  ATAPI IDE CD-ROM device driver under DOS/Windows 3.1 
    English.txt  English reademe file 
    Japanese.txt  Japanese readme file 
     
  3. Run SETUP.EXE.
  4. Choose a setup mode from a menu accordingly.

    (a.) Auto = Set up automatically.
    Select Auto Set-up mode. Your computer will set all parameters itself.
    Note: Before selecting this mode, MSCDEX.EXE must exist in DOS directory.

    (b.) Manual = You can set by using your desired parameters.
    You should select Manual Set-up mode if MSCDEX.EXE does not exist in DOS directory.

    1. Choose destination drive to copy "F91xv340.SYS" file.
    2. Choose a directory in which MSCDEX.EXE is existing.
      Note: Error message will appear if MSCDEX.EXE is not existing in DOS.
    3. Choose update or not update the CONFIG.SYS and AUTOEXEC.BAT files.
    4. Select current device in which CONFIG.SYS and AUTOEXEC.BAT files exist if you choose to the update CONFIG.SYS and AUTOEXEC.BAT files.
    5. Choose change or not change the default value. When you want to leave the default value, chose "No.".
    6. "Installation completed" will appear on the screen.

    (c.) Exit = Finish or interrupt the installation. 

  5. Confirm your installation and re-boot the computer.
Note: In case you can not find your product in the table (1), it is not tested or supported now. But there is
possibility for you to use your Funai's CD-ROM Drive with your interface board by manual setup.
In future, we may start the support. Please wait couple of month and try to access here to find out the latest information.

Copyright 1997 Funai Electric Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.




Windows 95

The following FUNAI's CD-ROM Drive has been tested with Win95's CD-ROM device driver in success under Win95 system at the Microsoft Test Lab. Win95 will automatically recognize your Funai's CD-ROM drive with the plug and play function.

4X CD-ROM Drive E2720UA, E2750UA
6X CD-ROM Drive E2620UA, E2650UA, NSCD-6X
8X CD-ROM Drive E2820, E2850UA
16X CD-ROM Drive E2920, E2950UA

Note:

  1. The following Funai's ISA CD-ROM Drive is not supported with Windows 95 device driver.
    2X ISA CD-ROM Drive E2420, E2450, FCR-C2, NSCD-2X-P, NSCD-24-S, NSCD-2X-P1
  2. For the models E2550UA and E2800UA, since Creative Labs has the license of the Device Drivers for these two models, please contact at Creative Labs. http://www.creaf.com/

When your Funai's CD-ROM Drive is not recognized by Win95's plug and play function:

1. Confirmation and re-installation of the CD-ROM Drive

  1. Click "My computer" in win95 .
  2. Click "system".
  3. Click "device manager".
  4. If you find "CD-ROM", click it.
  5. You will find FUNAI Drive's name.
  6. If not, run the hardware wizard by clicking "Hardware" in the control panel.
  7. After execute it completely, restart the system.
  8. Check to see if the drive is available or not. If not, repeat the above steps again.

2. Physical connection to the IDE Interface in PC

Even if you tried to set up according to the steps in the above, check and re-arrange the phisical connection as following.

Note: The IDE system has two physical buses. They are usually called Primary bus and Secondary bus.
A IDE bus have two connectors and can be connected up to two IDE devices.
When only one IDE device is connected to a bus, it must be set as Master. When two devices are connected to a bus, one must be set as Master, another must be set as Slave.
It is recommend to connect CD-ROM drive as Slave. In the most cases, the selection of Master or Slave can be set by moving a jumper socket on IDE devices.

  1. When there is no IDE device connected, connect the CD-ROM drive to Primary bus as Mater.
  2. When there is one IDE device connected to Primary bus, connect the CD-ROM drive to Primary Slave.
  3. When there are two IDE devices connected to Primary bus, first move the device from Primary Slave to Secondary Master.
    (a) Connect the CD-ROM drive to Secondary Slave.
    (b) If fault in result, connect it to Primary Slave.
  4. When there are each one devices connected to Primary and Secondary buses respectively,
    (a) connect the CD-ROM drive to Secondary Slave.
    (b) If fault in result, connect the CD-ROM drive to Primary Slave.
    (c) If fault in result again, connect two devices to Primary Master and Slave, then connect the CD-ROM drive to Secondary Master.
  5. If there are three devices connected, connect the CD-ROM drive to Secondary Slave or Primary Slave.
Some of recommended connection patterns are listed below.
Primary Bus Secondary Bus ----------
Master Slave Master Slave ----------
HDD ---------- ---------- ---------- none IDE device
HDD CD-ROM drive ---------- ---------- One CD-ROM drive
HDD (HDD) HDD CD-ROM drive One CD-ROM drive
HDD (HDD) CD-ROM drive CD-ROM drive Two CD-ROM drives

3. Connect to the Sound Blaster IDE port.

Funai doesn't support the driver of the Sound Blaster IDE port connection. Please download the Win95 IDE CD-ROM driver from Creative Lab site.
http://www.creaf.com/

Copyright 1997 Funai Electric Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.


Windows NT 4.0

The following FUNAI's CD-ROM Drive has been tested with Windows-NT CD-ROM device driver in success under Win95 system at the Microsoft Test Lab. Windows-NT will not automatically recognize your Funai's CD-ROM drive. You must set up manually.
4X CD-ROM Drive E2720UA, E2750UA
6X CD-ROM Drive E2620UA, E2650UA, NSCD-6X
8X CD-ROM Drive E2820, E2850UA
16X CD-ROM Drive E2920, E2950UA

Note:

  1. The following Funai's ISA CD-ROM Drive is not supported with Windows NT device driver.
    2X ISA CD-ROM Drive E2420, E2450, FCR-C2, NSCD-2X-P, NSCD-24-S, NSCD-2X-P1
  2. For the models E2550UA and E2800UA, since Creative Labs has the license of the Device Drivers for these two models, please contact at Creative Labs. http://www.creaf.com/

1. Set up IDE CD-ROM Driver in Widows-NT 4.0

When you will install Windows-NT 4.0, please use the Windows-NT installation disks. After installation is done completely, setup the CD-ROM driver according to the following steps.
When you already have installed Windows-NT 4.0 in your system and want to replace or add the CD-ROM drive;
[1] You don't need to execute the supplied FUNAI SETUP program.
[2] In case of replacing or adding CD-ROM drive, set up as following.
  1. Click "Control Panel" icon on Windows-NT desktop.
  2. Click "SCSI Adapter" menu.
  3. Click "Driver".
  4. If "Standard IDE CD-ROM Driver" appears, click "OK" because you have nothing to do about installing the driver. Don't delete "Standard IDE CD-ROM Driver" even if CD-ROM drive isn't attached in your system. It causes the system hang-up. If "Standard IDE CD-ROM Driver" do not appear, continue to operate the next Step 5.
  5. Select "Standard IDE CD-ROM driver", and click "ADDITION" button.
  6. IDE CD-ROM device drive will appear to be installed.
  7. Restart Windows-NT System.
  8. Check to see if CD-ROM icon appears on the desktop after the startup. If not, repeat the above steps again.

2. Physical connection to the IDE Interface in PC

Even if you tried to set up according to the steps in the above, check and re-arrange the phisical connection as following.

Note: The IDE system has two physical buses. They are usually called Primary bus and Secondary bus.
A IDE bus have two connectors and can be connected up to two IDE devices.
When only one IDE device is connected to a bus, it must be set as Master. When two devices are connected to a bus, one must be set as Master, another must be set as Slave.
It is recommend to connect CD-ROM drive as Slave. In the most cases, the selection of Master or Slave can be set by moving a jumper socket on IDE devices.

  1. When there is no IDE device connected, connect the CD-ROM drive to Primary bus as Mater.
  2. When there is one IDE device connected to Primary bus, connect the CD-ROM drive to Primary Slave.
  3. When there are two IDE devices connected to Primary bus, first move the device from Primary Slave to Secondary Master.
    (a) Connect the CD-ROM drive to Secondary Slave.
    (b) If fault in result, connect it to Primary Slave.
  4. When there are each one devices connected to Primary and Secondary buses respectively,
    (a) connect the CD-ROM drive to Secondary Slave.
    (b) If fault in result, connect the CD-ROM drive to Primary Slave.
    (c) If falt in result again, connect two devices to Primary Master and Slave, then connect the CD-ROM drive to Secondary Master.
  5. If there are three devices connected, connect the CD-ROM drive to Secondary Slave or Primary Slave.
Some of recommended connection patterns are listed below.
Primary Bus Secondary Bus ----------
Master Slave Master Slave ----------
HDD ---------- ---------- ---------- none IDE device
HDD CD-ROM drive ---------- ---------- One CD-ROM drive
HDD (HDD) HDD CD-ROM drive One CD-ROM drive
HDD (HDD) CD-ROM drive CD-ROM drive Two CD-ROM drives

3. Connect to the Sound Blaster IDE port.

Funai doesn't support the driver of the Sound Blaster IDE port connection. Please download the Win95 IDE CD-ROM driver from Creative Lab site.
http://www.creaf.com/

Copyright 1997 Funai Electric Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.


OS/2 Warp 4

The following FUNAI's CD-ROM Drives are supported with OS/2 Warp 4. OS/2 Warp 4 will not automatically recognize your Funai's CD-ROM drive. You must set up manually.
4X CD-ROM Drive E2720UA, E2750UA
6X CD-ROM Drive E2620UA, E2650UA, NSCD-6X
8X CD-ROM Drive E2820, E2850UA
16X CD-ROM Drive E2920, E2950UA

Note:

  1. The following Funai's ISA CD-ROM Drive is not supported with OS/2 Warp 4 device driver.
    2X ISA CD-ROM Drive E2420, E2450, FCR-C2, NSCD-2X-P, NSCD-24-S, NSCD-2X-P1
  2. For the models E2550UA and E2800UA, since Creative Labs has the license of the Device Drivers for these two models, please contact at Creative Labs. http://www.creaf.com/

1. Set up IDE CD-ROM Driver in OS/2 Warp 4

When you will install OS/2 Warp 4, please use the installation disks supplied by IBM CO. After installation is done completely, setup the CD-ROM driver according to the following steps.
When you already have installed OS/2 Warp 4 in your system and want to replace or add the CD-ROM drive;
[1] You don't need to execute the supplied FUNAI SETUP program.
[2] In case of replacing or adding CD-ROM drive, set up as following.
  1. Click "OS/2 System" icon on OS/2 Warp desktop.
  2. Click "System setup" icon.
  3. Click "Selective Install" icon.
  4. "System Configuration" menu will appear.
  5. Click "CD-ROM Device Support".
  6. Select "Non-listed IDE CD-ROM" and click "OK".
  7. Click "OK" button.
  8. "OS/2 Setup and Installation" menu appears.
  9. Click "Install" button.
  10. "Source directory" menu appears.
  11. Click "Change" button.
  12. Insert the floppy disk or CD-ROM supplied with OS/2 system. Change current drive where you insert disk.
  13. Click "Set" button.
  14. CD-ROM device driver will be installed.
  15. After installation, restart OS/2 System.

2. Physical connection to the IDE Interface in PC

Even if you tried to set up according to the steps in the above, check and re-arrange the phisical connection as following.

Note: The IDE system has two physical buses. They are usually called Primary bus and Secondary bus.
A IDE bus have two connectors and can be connected up to two IDE devices.
When only one IDE device is connected to a bus, it must be set as Master. When two devices are connected to a bus, one must be set as Master, another must be set as Slave.
It is recommend to connect CD-ROM drive as Slave. In the most cases, the selection of Master or Slave can be set by moving a jamper socket on IDE devices.

  1. When there is no IDE device connected, connect the CD-ROM drive to Primary bus as Mater.
  2. When there is one IDE device connected to Primary bus, connect the CD-ROM drive to Primary Slave.
  3. When there are two IDE devices connected to Primary bus, first move the device from Primary Slave to Secondary Master.
    (a) Connect the CD-ROM drive to Secondary Slave.
    (b) If fault in result, connect it to Primary Slave.
  4. When there are each one devices connected to Primary and Secondary buses respectively,
    (a) connect the CD-ROM drive to Secondary Slave.
    (b) If fault in result, connect the CD-ROM drive to Primary Slave.
    (c) If falt in result again, connect two devices to Primary Master and Slave, then connect the CD-ROM drive to Secondary Master.
  5. If there are three devices connected, connect the CD-ROM drive to Secondary Slave or Primary Slave.
Some of recommended connection patterns are listed below.
Primary Bus Secondary Bus ----------
Master Slave Master Slave ----------
HDD ---------- ---------- ---------- none IDE device
HDD CD-ROM drive ---------- ---------- One CD-ROM drive
HDD (HDD) HDD CD-ROM drive One CD-ROM drive
HDD (HDD) CD-ROM drive CD-ROM drive Two CD-ROM drives

3. Connect to the Sound Blaster IDE port.

Funai doesn't support the driver of the Sound Blaster IDE port connection. Please download the Win95 IDE CD-ROM driver from Creative Lab site.
http://www.creaf.com/

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