Drivers Cristalink SCSI & RAID Devices

  1. Drivers Cristalink Scsi Support
  2. Drivers Cristalink Scsi Driver
  3. Drivers Cristalink Scsi Adapter

Low-profile dual-channel Adaptec SCSI RAID 2200S is a 64-bit/66MHz Ultra320 RAID controller designed for mid-range and high-density servers. Advanced features include Adaptec's optimized disk utilization, Online Capacity Expansion, RAID Level Migration and full OS support. Adaptec Storage Manager provides password-protected, remotely managed software management.


Starting with Windows 10, Version 2004 (OS build 19041.488 or higher), two additional identifiers are available for NVMe storage disk drives which support the STOR_RICH_DEVICE_DESCRIPTION structure:


. Internet SCSI (iSCSI) storage device or SAN, providing that the iSCSI storage device has received Windows Hardware Certification. For many small businesses a tape library or a SAN solution is out of the IT budget.The need is still exists for an off site backup. There are two options to get around this and they are: 1. This USB driver (STSW-LINK009) is for ST-LINK/V2, ST-LINK/V2-1 and STLINK-V3 boards and derivatives (STM8/STM32 discovery boards, STM8/STM32 evaluation boards and STM32 Nucleo boards). It declares to the system the USB interfaces possibly provided by the ST-LINK: ST Debug, Virtual COM port and ST Bridge interfaces.


  • t* is a device type code of variable length

  • v(8) is an 8-character vendor identifier

  • p(40) is a 40-character product identifier



  • t* is a device type code of variable length

  • v(8) is an 8-character vendor identifier

  • p(40) is a 40-character product identifier

  • r(8) is an 8-character revision level value

Drivers Cristalink SCSI & RAID Devices

In versions of Windows prior to Windows 10, Version 2004 (OS build 19041.488 or higher), the device ID format for a small computer system interface (SCSI) device is as follows:



  • t* is a device type code of variable length

  • v(8) is an 8-character vendor identifier

  • p(16) is a 16-character product identifier

  • r(4) is a 4-character revision level value

The bus enumerator determines the device type by indexing an internal string table, using a numerically encoded SCSI device type code, obtained by querying the device, as shown in the following table. The remaining components are just strings returned by the device, but with special characters (including space, comma, and any nonprinting graphic) replaced with an underscore.

The SCSI Port driver currently returns the following device type strings, the first nine of which correspond to standard SCSI type codes.

SCSI type codeDevice typeGeneric typePeripheral ID
DIRECT_ACCESS_DEVICE (0)DiskGenDiskDiskPeripheral
SEQUENTIAL_ACCESS_DEVICE (1)SequentialTapePeripheral
PRINTER_DEVICE (2)PrinterGenPrinterPrinterPeripheral
PROCESSOR_DEVICE (3)ProcessorOtherPeripheral
SCANNER_DEVICE (6)ScannerGenScannerScannerPeripheral
OPTICAL_DEVICE (7)OpticalGenOpticalOpticalDiskPeripheral
MEDIUM_CHANGER (8)ChangerScsiChangerMediumChangerPeripheral
COMMUNICATION_DEVICE (9)NetScsiNetCommunicationsPeripheral

An example of a device ID for a disk drive would be as follows:


There are four hardware IDs in addition to the device ID:





In the third and fourth of these additional identifiers, r(1) represents just the first character of the revision identifier. These hardware IDs are illustrated by the following examples:



Drivers Cristalink SCSI & RAID Devices



The SCSI Port driver supplies only one compatible ID, one of the variable-sized generic type codes from the previous table.

For example, the compatible ID for a disk drive is as follows:


The generic identifier is used in INF files for SCSI devices more than any other, because SCSI drivers are typically generic.

Be aware that the SCSI Port driver returns no generic name for sequential access and 'processor' devices.