Intel LS-120 Drive, v. 101, A00
LS-120 Drive Firmare Utility
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LS-120 Drive Firmare Utility
Level of Importance:Optional
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Important Notes: Programming the LS-120 firmware from a disk in the LS-120 is not supported. Please copy the files to your hard drive and run the utility from there. Typical flash time is approximately 3-5 minutes. There is a possibility the flash could take approximately 22 minutes depending on the Hard Drives installed. The unpack utility is DOS based. Run the executable file on a Windows based machine (not IA64), the following files will be unpacked and copied to a standard 1.44MB formatted floppy. Auto.prm C936M924.bin FL16.efi Loader.bin Update.nsh
|Systems PowerEdge 7150||Operating Systems Not Applicable|
- LS-120 Drive
Fixes & Enhancements
This utility updates the firmware on the LS-120 Drive, DP/N 042YKW, used on the Dell PowerEdge 7150 platform. It must be run from the EFI shell.
Hard Drive Floppy Disk Creation for B6T70600.exe 1. Get 1 blank, formatted floppy disks. 2. Click the new icon on the desktop. The Self-Extractor window appears. 3. Click Setup. An MS-DOS window appears with a message indicating that you need 1 floppy diskettes. 4. Press the [ENTER] key. A message appears prompting you to insert a blank floppy diskette. Insert a floppy disk into the floppy disk drive. 5. Press the [ENTER] key. A message appears indicating that all data on the disk will be erased. 6. Press the [y] key and then press the [ENTER] key. The files are copied to the floppy diskette. Once the files have been copied to the diskette a message appears prompting you to insert the second diskette. 7. Repeat steps 4 – 6 until you reach the end of the diskette set. 8. After all the files have been copied to the last floppy disk, press the [ENTER] key and the MS-DOS window closes. The unpack utility is DOS based. Run the executable file on a Windows based machine (not IA64), the following files will be unpacked and copied to a standard 1.44MB formatted floppy. Auto.prm C936M924.bin FL16.efi Loader.bin Update.nsh Place the floppy in the Ls-120 drive and Boot to the EFI Boot Manager Screen Select the EFI Boot option
Should see the Device mapping table Look for the FS#'s to identify the Floppy, CDROM, and Hard Drives The LS-120 will have a description of Primary Master or Device 00. The Hard Drive will have a description of Scsi or Device 80. The command "map –r" will remap the devices. If the Device 80 or Scsi is FS1 then type: "FS1:" to change to the hard drive. Type: "dir" to print a directory to the screen. This is the main directory where the files should be copied. Should also see the dellup Directory. Copy the five files to the hard drive, (verify fs0 corresponds to the floppy drive) type: "copy fs0:auto.prm" the response should be fs0:\auto.prm -> fs1:\auto.prm[ok] Type: "update" the utility will begin the following should appear on the screen. Beginning Update Process New revision (file): C936M924 Old revision (ROM): C932M923 Note: If the Old revision number does not appear here then this drive cannot be updated ! Continue with the update of the Flash-EEPROM? (y/n) Type: "y" Loader F/W Revision: 101 Erase Processing Erase OK Write Processing Write OK Flash Load: OK The flash has completed and you are then returned to the EFI Prompt.
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