Execute the install script on the diskette: The message “Loading driver com. Remove the diskette from the diskette drive. Before adding new or updated drivers, the newly supported hardware devices should be installed and configured according to the instructions in the corresponding Device Reference Page, if any. The Scanning Devices screen is then displayed. The “Determining buse types and

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You can find a DOS adapetc of the dd command at http: If you are using DOS, type: Your system boots to run the install program.

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Need to remove on board Symbios support during installation for certain systems. You can now use your new hardware.

The Boot Solaris screen is then displayed. When the Solaris operating environment is finished booting and running, the new devices whose drivers you installed are available for use.

System devices are scanned. When installation is complete, the message “Installation complete” is displayed. The Scanning Devices screen is then displayed. Downloads Knowledgebase Compatibility Reports. When scanning is complete, the Identified Devices screen is displayed. The itu diskette has to be writable due to the bug in Solaris 7.


On the Boot Solaris screen, select the device controller attached to the device that contains your install medium, in this case the main system disk. When a new or updated driver is found, the following prompt is displayed: Messages about the patches being installed are displayed, followed by the prompt; “If you have additional Update diskettes to install such as videoplease insert diskette now.

When you’re done and the install.

When the autoboot sequence prompt is displayed, quickly press Escape. Insert a blank diskette into your machine’s ada;tec drive.

The “Install Supplemental Drivers” screen is then displayed. Then, after some time, the following messages are displayed: The “Identified Device Drivers” screen is displayed, the rootnex driver and the cadp driver if a supported adpater is installed in the system are displayed. Remove the diskette from the diskette drive.

The Loading Driver Update Software screen is displayed, along with a progress bar that shows the percentage of drivers that have been extracted from the diskette. The autoboot sequence is interrupted. Drivers for the device controller you selected are displayed.


The Solaris Device Configuration Assistant screen is displayed. Note 2 – You must use the dd command to copy the uncompressed images to diskettes. The place to find device driver updates.

Type the following command to see if the Volume Management software is running on the machine you are updating: After a few seconds, the Boot Solaris screen is displayed. When all the new drivers on the diskette have been processed, the “Continue Supplemental Drivers Driver Installation” screen is displayed. Disable the Screen Saver if it happens.

You can use the the Solaris 7 or 8 Driver Patch diskette in one of two ways: At the prompt, type: