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B10.6 Removable Media Drives


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.
All ATA/ATAPI device-specific requirements in B10.2 are included by reference.
All SCSI device-specific requirements in B10.3 are included by reference.

B10.6.1 Removable Media Drives - Windows Compatibility

B10.6.1.1 Windows XP/Windows 2000: Removable Storage Management and Windows 2000

http://www.microsoft.com/hwdev/storage/RSM.htm

B10.6.2 Removable Media Drives - Industry Standards


See B10.1.2.

B10.6.3 Removable Media Drives - Quality

B10.6.3.1 Pass WHQL tests

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

Windows XP: See “Removable Media Drive” in the HCT documentation.
B10.6.3.2 - B10.6.3.3 SEE B10.1.4.7

Removable media with MTBF similar to hard drives also can be converted to NTFS.

B10.6.4 Removable Media Drives - Windows Experience

B10.6.4.1 Windows 98/Me: Driver runs in 32-bit protected mode after installation
B10.6.4.2 SEE B10.2.4

B10.6.5 Removable Media Drives - FAQs


See B10.1.5.

B10.6.R Removable Media Drives - Future Requirements


See B10.1.R.

B10.7 Tape Drives


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.
All ATA/ATAPI device-specific requirements in B10.2 are included by reference.
All SCSI device-specific requirements in B10.3 are included by reference.

B10.7.1 Tape Drives - Windows Compatibility


See B10.1.1.

B10.7.2 Tape Drives - Industry Standards

B10.7.2.1 Tape-related standards

[SDG3:197]

  • Cartridge drives: QIC 157 Revision D, "Common SCSI/ATAPI Command Set For Streaming Tape" at http://www2.qic.org/qic/html/standards/15x.x/qic157d.pdf.

  • ATA tape drive complies with packet passing protocol in ATA/ATAPI-5.

  • SCSI tape drive complies with SCSI tape command set SCSI-3 Stream Commands (SSC), ANSI NCITS.335:2000.
B10.7.2.2 SEE B10.1.2

B10.7.3 Tape Drives - Quality

B10.7.3.1 SEE B10.7.3.2
B10.7.3.2 Pass WHQL tests

See B1.3, B10.1.3.2, and B10.1.4.7.
Windows XP: See “Tape Drive” in the HCT documentation.

B10.7.4 Tape Drives - Windows Experience

B10.7.4.1 To tolerate Ultra DMA, ATAPI devices support the termination scheme defined in ATA/ATAPI-5

[ATA-0119; see FAQ B10.1.5.4]
B10.7.4.2 Windows Whistler Server: Driver integrates with Removable Storage Manager

[SDG3:198]
B10.7.4.3 Windows Whistler Server: Single-backup device meets minimum capacity requirements

[SDG3:196]
Basic: Required.
Advanced Server: 20 GB required.

B10.7.5 Tape Drives - FAQs


See B10.1.5.

B10.7.R Tape Drives - Future Requirements


See B10.1.R.
B10.7.R.1 For support of larger storage farms and server installations, the minimum tape size is 40 GB

Due to the needs of even the lowest end systems.

B10.8 Media Changer 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.

B10.8.1 Media Changer Devices - Windows Compatibility


See B10.1.1.

B10.8.2 Media Changer Devices - Industry Standards


See B10.1.2.

B10.8.3 Media Changer Devices - Quality

B10.8.3.1 SEE B10.8.3.2
B10.8.3.2 Pass Windows Logo Program testing

See B1.3 and B10.1.3.2.

Windows XP: See “Media Changer Device” in the HCT documentation.
B10.8.3.3 DELETED

B10.8.4 Media Changer Devices - Windows Experience


Design Guideline References:
Hardware Design Guide Version 3.0 for Microsoft Windows 2000 Server, Chapter 5
B10.8.4.1 If CD changer device supports 7 discs or less, comply with MMC-2

[STOR-0356; SDG3:199]
B10.8.4.2 SCSI tape changer and drive support auto-configuration

[SDG3:200]
B10.8.4.3 SCSI tape and optical disk changer support auto-configuration

[SDG3:201]

B10.8.5 Media Changer Devices - FAQs


See B10.1.5.

B10.8.R Media Changer Devices - Future Requirements


See B10.1.R.

B10.9 RAID


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: If this device is implemented on a client system, compatibility testing is required for Windows XP/Windows 2000.

B10.9.1 RAID - Windows Compatibility

B10.9.1.1 SCAM is disabled by default, if SCSI device

[SCSI-0113; SDG3:171]

B10.9.2 RAID - Industry Standards


See B10.1.2 and B10.3.2.

B10.9.3 RAID - Quality

B10.9.3.1 Pass WHQL tests

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

Windows XP/Windows Whistler Server: See “RAID Devices” and “RAID Controller” in the HCT documentation.
B10.9.3.2 SEE B10.9.3.1.
B10.9.3.3 RAID cluster device

See B10.9.3.1.
B10.9.3.4 RAID multi-cluster device

See B10.9.3.1.
B10.9.3.5 SEE B10.9.3.1

B10.9.4 RAID - Windows Experience


Design Guideline References:
Hardware Design Guide Version 3.0 for Microsoft Windows 2000 Server, Chapter 5
B10.9.4.1 All external SCSI connectors are labeled with ANSI approved icon for bus type

[SCSI-0108; SDG3:163]
B10.9.4.2 Requirements in B10.1.4 do not apply for RAID Cluster Devices

This program only verifies basic cluster failover functionality requirements; all features and Windows Experience testing is completed when the product goes through the prerequisite Logo testing for the device type.
B10.9.4.3 RAID support include notification of failed drive

[SDG3:219]
B10.9.4.4 RAID subsystem supports automatic replacement of failed drive

[SDG3:220]
B10.9.4.5 RAID subsystem supports manual replacement of failed drive

[SDG3:221]

B10.9.5 RAID - FAQs

B10.9.5.1 Option ROM requirements [Clarification]

[BIOS-0011; SDG3:147]

Option ROMs for RAID controllers implemented on systems or as add-in controller cards must fully support Int 13.


FAQ Date: March 19, 1999

B10.9.R RAID - Future Requirements


See B10.1.R.
B10.9.R.1 SCSI controller drivers follow the Microsoft miniport model, in order to enable implementation of advanced features such as multi-path failover, load balancing, or LUN masking
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