Alias for tape drives

Alias for tape drives


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Posted by larsp on February 06, 2000 at 15:41:04:


If you cannot find a driver for your td, maybe there's an alias that you can use.
Tape drive alias, from NT DDK drivers point of wiev.

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4mmdat:
// Internal (module wide) defines that symbolize
// the 4mm DAT drives supported by this module.
//
#define SONY_SDT2000 31
#define SONY_SDT4000 32
#define SONY_SDT5000 33
#define SONY_SDT5200 34
#define AIWA_GD201 1
#define ARCHIVE_PYTHON 2
#define ARCHIVE_IBM4326 3
#define ARCHIVE_4326 4
#define ARCHIVE_4322 5
#define ARCHIVE_4586 6
#define DEC_TLZ06 7
#define DEC_TLZ07 8
#define EXABYTE_4200 9
#define EXABYTE_4200C 10
#define HP_35470A 11
#define HP_35480A 12
#define HP_C1533A 13
#define HP_C1553A 14
#define HP_IBM35480A 15
#define IOMEGA_DAT4000 16
#define WANGDAT_1300 17
#define WANGDAT_3100 18
#define WANGDAT_3200 19
#define WANGDAT_3300DX 20
#define WANGDAT_3400DX 21
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Archqic:
This module contains device specific routines for Archive QIC
drives: Anaconda 2800, Anaconda 2750, Viper 2525, Viper 2150, and
Conner 3200.
// Internal (module wide) defines that symbolize
// the Archive QIC drives supported by this module.
//
#define VIPER_150 1 // aka the Archive 250
#define VIPER_2525 2 // aka the Archive 525
#define ANACONDA_2750 3 // aka the Anaconda 2750
#define ANACONDA_2800 3 //handled identically the same as the 2750 herein
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Dlttape:
// Internal (module wide) defines that symbolize
// the Archive QIC drives supported by this module.
//
#define CIP_T860DLT 1 // aka the Cipher T860 DLT
// Vendor ID - CIPHER
// Product ID - T860s
// Revision - 430A

#define DEC_TZ85 2 // aka the DEC TZ85
// Vendor ID - DEC
// Product ID - THZ02 (C)DEC
// Revision - 4314

#define CIP_DLT2000 3 // aka the Cipher DLT 2000
// Vendor ID - CIPHER
// Product ID - DLT2000
// Revision - 8E01

#define DEC_TZ87 4 // aka the DEC TZ87
// Vendor ID - DEC
// Product ID - (C)DEC
// Revision - 9104
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Exabyte1:
// Internal (module wide) defines that symbolize
// the 8mm drives supported by this module.
//
#define EXABYTE_8200 1 // aka the Maynard 2200hs & 2200+
#define EXABYTE_8200SX 2 // Exabyte's own brand (OEM?) 8200SX
#define EXABYTE_8205 3 // An Exabyte 8200 with data compresion
#define OEMIBM_8200 4 // IBM version of an OEM Exabyte 8200
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Exabyte2:
// Internal (module wide) defines that symbolize
// the 8mm drives supported by this module.
//
#define EXABYTE_8500 1 // aka the Maynard 5000
#define EXABYTE_8505 2 // An Exabyte 8500 with data compresion
#define IBM_8505 3 // OEM Exabyte 8500 with data compresion
#define EXABYTE_8500C 4 // 8500 with compression
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miniqic:
// Internal (module wide) defines that symbolize
// the minicartridge QIC drives supported by this module.
//
#define CTMS_3200 1 // the Conner CTMS 3200 drive
#define EXABYTE_2501 2 // the Exabyte EXB 2501 drive
#define EXABYTE_2505 3 // the Exabyte EXB 2502 drive
#define TDC_3500 4 // the Tandberg Data TDC 3500 drive
#define TDC_3700 5 // the Tandberg Data TDC 3700 drive

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tandqic:
// Internal (module wide) defines that symbolize
// the Tandberg QIC drives supported by this module.
//
#define TDC_3600 (ULONG)1 // aka the TDC 3660
#define TDC_3800 (ULONG)2 // aka the TDC 3820
#define TDC_4100 (ULONG)3 // aka the TDC 4120
#define TDC_4200 (ULONG)4 // aka the TDC 4220
#define TDC_4222 (ULONG)5 // aka the TDC 4222
#define IBM_4100 (ULONG)6 // aka the TDC 4120

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wangqic:
// Internal (module wide) defines that symbolize
// the Wangtek QIC drives supported by this module.
//
#define WANGTEK_5150 1 // aka the Wangtek 150
#define WANGTEK_5525 2 // aka the Wangtek 525
#define WANGTEK_5360 3 // aka the Tecmar 720
#define WANGTEK_9500 4
#define WANGTEK_9500DC 5
#define WANGTEK_5100 6 // aka the Wangtek 525
---------------------------------

Have fun.
larsp.
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