This device is a single-chip solution for ISA-based embedded systems. These are very rare with the fact that they are one of the first releases from back in , and they could only store 1 or 2 MBytes of memory. This page was last edited on 28 September , at The driver implements the interface of the extended functionality by exporting a list of extended functions through IOCTLs. You can download the Various version at the links provided below:
|Date Added:||23 February 2009|
|File Size:||43.63 Mb|
|Operating Systems:||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
These are various Source code files I found online.
They were best known for developing and patenting the first flash drivemarketed in as DiskOnChipand the first USB flash drivemarketed in as DiskOnKey. Retrieved from ” https: For other uses, see DoC disambiguation.
The first 64 bytes can be found in Section 0, aliased 32 times. As shown in the Images above. The available size is 64 bytes, aliased 32 times in the 2KB section. As shown in the image below: Grab some if you care to purchase any for a future Flash Project: This space consists of four 2KB sections, as shown in Figure 5 and described below. The device was supplied as a module in a pin dual in-line package DIP with a pinout and electrical interface compatible with a standard JEDEC socket for memory chips.
M-Systems did not produce the Flash memory used in their devices. Instead they worked closely with other flash memory manufacturers to use multiple suppliers of memory. The driver implements the interface of the extended functionality by exporting a list of extended functions through IOCTLs.
sysems PDF User manual for this unit. This device is a single-chip solution for ISA-based embedded systems. Not for the faint of Heart to take on a re-design project. My Work using the DiskOnChip This page was last edited on 28 Septemberat I am still trying to locate the original Installer or. Send it to me if you have a copy.
The DiskOnChip DoC product line became popular because they could easily be integrated into small embedded applications. Flash Area Window Used as a window to the flash media for data to be written or read.
It was marketed as a hard disk on a keychain.
M-SYSTEMS DiskOnChip Programming
It would be very much appreciated if you could forward it to me. The minimum requirements are a bit address bus, an eight-bit data bus, and three control signals. DiskOnKey was a small Flash memory device encased in a plastic enclosure with an integrated flash controller that connected systwms the USB port on a computer.
There is a custom software Utility that accompanies this unit.
M-Systems Flash Disk Pioneers DiskOnChip User Manual
The following figure shows a simplified structure of a typical hardware system, focusing ysstems the DiskOnChip connections. The hard drive manufacturer “Sandisk” acquired M-Systems in for 1.
I am still trying to find this DOS utility. However the special nature of this Memory controller is that it is programmed with the TrueFFS Algorithm, allowing the interfaced Flash chips it is connected with, to truefts detected the same way as a DiskOnChip device. It required no separate power or device drivers from the computer if running Windowsor Windows ME ; it was a true plug and play device.
This initially started as a partnership for developing new products, but became more financially stable for both parties by using the Sandisk name. You can download the Various version at the links provided below: The two specific API packages that were released are: