Initio – Initio INI-9090U User Manual
Initio Corporation 2188-B Del Franco Street San Jose, California 95131-1575
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Initio Technical Support
If you have questions about installing or using Initio products, check this document first. You will find answers
to most of your questions here. If you need further assistance, please contact us. We offer the following
support and information services:
Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Pacific time
Toll Free: (800) 99-INITIO
Phone: (408) 577-1919
Fax: (408) 577-0640
Initio provides on-line support for software upgrades, utility programs, and other information 24 hours a day;
using 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, and no parity at speeds up to 28.8K baud.
Initio Corporation BBS: (408) 577-0431
World Wide Web: http://www.initio.com
Outside of the US and Canada, contact your authorized Initio distributor. If you received your Initio hardware
product as original equipment in a computer system or as part of a hardware bundle, please contact that
manufacturer for technical support.
The following information is needed to assist in problem resolution:
Operating system & version number (i.e. Windows 95)
Software driver product type and version number
Motherboard BIOS version
Location of purchase
The README.TXT File
The README.TXT file on the INI-9XXXU/9XXXUW DRIVER DISK 1 contains important updated information
and corrections to this Users Manual. README is a standard ASCII text file that may be read with any word
processor or text editor.
To view the README file from the MS-DOS prompt, type the following command from the MS-DOS prompt:
C:\> type readme.txt | more
This will permit you to page down the file, one screen at a time to read the file.
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