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B10.2 ATA/ATAPI Controllers/Devices


All general requirements in B1.0 are included by reference.
All bus-specific requirements in B2.0 are included by reference.
All general storage requirements in B10.1 are included by reference.

B10.2.1 ATA/ATAPI Controllers/Devices - Windows Compatibility

B10.2.1.1 DELETED

B10.2.2 ATA/ATAPI Controllers/Devices - Industry Standards

B10.2.2.1 ATA/ATAPI-5 Standards

[ATA-0115; SDG3:177]
Global Engineering Documents at http://global.ihs.com/.

B10.2.3 ATA/ATAPI Controllers/Devices - Quality

B10.2.3.1 Pass WHQL tests

See B1.3, B10.1.3.2, and B10.1.4.7.

Windows XP: See “ATA/ATAPI Controllers” and device-specific topics in HCT documentation.
B10.2.3.2 SEE B10.1.3.2

B10.2.4 ATA/ATAPI Controllers/Devices - Windows Experience

B10.2.4.1 Windows 98/Me: Driver runs in 32-bit protected mode after installation

[SYS-0025]
B10.2.4.2 Windows XP/Windows 2000 Professional/Windows Me: Large partition support (>8 GB) and ability to boot from loader

[ATA-0116]
B10.2.4.3 Windows XP/Windows 2000 Professional/Windows Me: S3 and hibernation support

[SYS-0003.4; see A1.4.2]
B10.2.4.4 ATA controllers and devices support Ultra DMA, do not claim 3F7h and 377h

[ATA-0119; STOR-0350; SDG3:177]
B10.2.4.5 Dual ATA adapters use single FIFO with asynchronous access or dual FIFOs and channels; ATA disk drive supports

ATA-0118, 0117; SDG3:176 Standards
B10.2.4.6 Controller and peripheral connections include Pin 1 cable designation with keyed and shrouded connectors

[ATA-0120; SDG3:178]
B10.2.4.7 Peripherals comply with ATA/ATAPI-5

[STOR-0347; SDG3:179]
B10.2.4.8 ATAPI devices support DEVICE RESET command

[STOR-0348; SDG3:180]
B10.2.4.9 ATA device supports ATA STANDBY command

[STOR-0349; SDG3:181]
B10.2.4.10 To tolerate Ultra DMA, ATAPI devices support the termination scheme defined in ATA/ATAPI-5

[ATA-0119; see also FAQ B10.1.5.4]

B10.2.5 ATA/ATAPI Controllers/Devices - FAQs


See B10.1.5.

B10.2.R ATA/ATAPI Controllers/Devices - Future Requirements


See B10.1.R.
B10.2.R.1 ATA/ATAPI-6 proposal and its appendices are under consideration for future requirements

This includes proposals for raising the lower limit on UDMA cycle time, 48-bit LBA support, and other advanced features.

The latest draft of ATA/ATAPI-6 is available from the web site for the T13 Technical Committee for the National Committee on Information Technology Standards (NCITS) at http://www.t13.org/.


B10.3 SCSI Controllers/Devices


All general requirements in B1.0 are included by reference.
All bus-specific requirements in B2.0 are included by reference.
All general storage requirements in B10.1 are included by reference.

Note: Most SCSI controllers submitted as reference motherboard implementations can be submitted on a plug-in adapter card. However, if the reference motherboard implementation must be submitted on a motherboard, two different motherboard implementations are required for Windows Logo qualification.

B10.3.1 SCSI Controllers/Devices - Windows Compatibility

B10.3.1.1 SCSI Configured Automatically (SCAM) support is disabled by default

[SCSI-0113; SDG3:171]

B10.3.2 SCSI Controllers/Devices - Industry Standards

B10.3.2.1 Small Computer Interface (SCSI-2) [X3.131:1994] standard

Global Engineering Documents at http://global.ihs.com/.
B10.3.2.2 SCSI Parallel Interface (SPI-3) [NCITS.336:2000] standard

[SCSI-0104]

Global Engineering Documents at http://global.ihs.com/


B10.3.3 SCSI Controllers/Devices - Quality

B10.3.3.1 Passes WHQL tests

See B1.3, B10.1.3.2, and B10.1.4.7.

Windows XP: See “SCSI Controllers” and device-specific topics in HCT documentation.

B10.3.4 SCSI Controllers/Devices - Windows Experience

B10.3.4.1 Windows 98/Me: Driver runs in 32-bit protected mode after installation

[SYS-0025]
B10.3.4.2 Windows XP/Windows 2000: S3 and hibernation support

[SYS-0003.4]

Windows Me: Hibernate is not supported for SCSI.
B10.3.4.3 Windows XP/Windows 2000/Windows Me: Large partition support (>8 GB) and ability to boot from loader
B10.3.4.4 Adapter is capable of sharing IRQ and works behind a PCI-PCI bridge

[SCSI-0106; SDG3:35]
B10.3.4.5 Connector and terminator requirements

[SCSI-01xx; SDG3:16x,170]

  • Bus type is clearly indicated using ANSI-approved icons on connectors for all adapters and peripherals. [SCSI-0108; SDG3:163]

  • Differential devices support DIFFSENS as defined in SPI -3 standard. [SCSI-0109; SDG3:164]

  • Automatic termination circuit and SCSI terminators meet SPI-3 standard. [SCSI-0110; SDG3:165]

  • Terminator power is supplied to the SCSI bus with overcurrent protection. [SCSI-0111; SDG3:166]

  • External connector meets SCSI-2 or later standard. [SCSI-0108; SDG3:167]

  • Controller and peripheral connections include Pin 1 cable designation; shielded device connector meets SCSI-2 or later standard. [SCSI-0108; SDG3:169]

  • External devices use automatic termination or an accessible on-board termination switch. [STOR-0345; SDG3:170]

Note: Not required for Fault-Tolerant RAID devices where the terminators are considered to be a Field Replaceable Unit (FRU).

  • SCSI devices that support hot-plugging comply with Annex D of SPI-3. [SCSI-0104; SDG3:174]
B10.3.4.6 Controller and peripherals implement SCSI bus data protection signal

[SDG3:168]
B10.3.4.7 Hardware supports the SCSI-3 START STOP UNIT command to decrease power consumption as defined in the SCSI Block Commands Specification

[STOR-0346; SDG3:172]
B10.3.4.8 Option ROM supports virtual DMA services

[SCSI-0105; SDG3:146]
B10.3.4.9 SCSI erasable drive supports SCSI commands

[SDG3:183]
B10.3.4.10 SCSI controller provides multi-initiator support if the controller provides external device connection capability for use as a cluster node

[SCSI-0114; SDG3:162]

B10.3.5 SCSI Controllers/Devices - FAQs


See B10.1.5.

B10.3.R SCSI Controllers/Devices - Future Requirements


See B10.1.R.
B10.3.R.1 Architectures are under consideration for future requirements

This includes raising the lower limit on parallel and serial timing, Persistent Reservations, and other advanced features contained at SCSI Parallel Interface 4 (SPI-4), ANSI NCITS T10/1365-D.
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