The PIP7-11 has replaced the former PIP7 versions. The following information and downloads are valid for the PIP7-1x versions only. Drivers for the older PIP7-1/2 can be found here.
BIOS upgrades are available as Windows executable program files. Running the downloaded
.exe file on a Windows PC, allows you to create a bootable floppy containing a minimal
FreeDOS installation, the BIOS image, and all tools
required to update the BIOS. Booting this floppy on the MPL SBC will update the existing BIOS
after the normal "Are you sure?" questions. Additionally, the BIOS update floppy allows you
to backup the existing BIOS in case you want to revert the upgrade. Please refer to the
BIOS user manual for more information.
Please update the BIOS only if you are experiencing problems and you are sure that the new BIOS revision will solve it. Careless updating may result to more problems. If you are not sure about the implications, please contact MPL AG.
Please check your BIOS setup screen first, to make sure the MEV number of the currently used BIOS and the number of the BIOS upgrade matches!
If you can not find your MEV number on the list below, please contact to get the newest BIOS version. Please provide us with the precise product identifier, product serial number and your current BIOS MEV number.
|BIOS V 1.40||PXE: Updated PXE binary (v1.2.70)
Graphics: Updated VGA BIOS (build 1270)
Graphics: Backlight Brightness Control fixed
Graphics: Panel timings and inverter types defined / optimized
PnP nodes for mouse and floppy dynamically
Enhanced support for MWDMA modes and Compact Flash
ISA Refresh disabled
Setup Screen / POST messages enhancements
|BIOS V 1.30||PS/2 Mouse port configurable
LVDS panel backlight brightness adjustable in BIOS setup
Internal graphics controller can now be disabled
Panel type 6 timing optimized
Bugfix ATA cable detection
|BIOS V 2.00||Release Notes|
|BIOS V 1.43||Bugfix Serial Port Modem Control Signals inverted
Console Redirection Code revised
Serial 1 Modem Control Register bit0 & bit1 not set anymore
|BIOS V 1.42||Bugfix Serial Port Setup|
Windows Server 2003
|infinst7211003.exe||22.214.171.1243||Drivers for Intel 855GME & 6300ESB|
Windows Server 2003
|esb-windows.zip||1.0||Drivers for 6300ESB, including Watchdog
Driver & Application
|Windows XP/2000||win2k_xp141950.exe||126.96.36.19997||Intel Graphics Media Accelerator Driver
|Windows 98/ME||win9x131.zip||4.13.01.3510||Intel Extreme Graphics Driver
(13.1 Production Version)
|Windows NT 4.0||winnt41361.exe||4.03.1381.3732||Intel Extreme Graphics Driver
Windows NT 4.0
|e100ndis4.exe||1.00.00.0001||NDIS4 Driver for Intel 8255xER|
|Windows CE .NET||e100ce.exe||Driver for Intel 8255xER|
|Windows XP Embedded||e100exp.exe||188.8.131.52||Driver for Intel 8255xER|
|DOS||e100bDOS.exe||4.11||NDIS2 Driver for 8255xER|
Intel 82559ER Ethernet Drivers for other operating systems and additional tools and utilities for the Intel 82559ER Ethernet Controller can be found on the developer support site of Intel Inc. at http://developer.intel.com/design/network/drivers/index.htm
|spa20.zip||2.0||Driver for the MPL SoundPAN|
|Windows XP embedded||MPL_WXPESP_Rev_D.zip||D||Windows XP embedded Support Package|
In order to be able to use this package, you will need the Windows XP embedded development tools
The Windows XP embedded Support Package (WXPESP) consists of
The demo projects are distributed as stand alone SLX Definition files. The resulting images will be around 250 MB in size and represent a fairly complete starting base for your own projects. The Packages containing drivers and hardware dependencies have been organized as a "MPL Hardware Repository" for easy inclusion into the Windows XP Embedded data base and easy upgrade in the future.
For further information about Windows XP embedded, please contact Microsoft Inc.