I did use the Win driver though. Mar 21, Posts: DriverGuru Senator et Subscriptor Tribus: I also had to move the adapter around and try all the open pci slots in order for it to function correctly. LUN and ID 1: If you’re having any trouble, it might be related to your drive letter problem.
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Looking for Xp drivers for my Adaptec AHAUW SCSI card – TR Forums
Originally posted by DriverGuru: LUN and ID 1: I’m not sure why but thats one of the things on my “checklist”. Bright Wire Ars Praefectus Tribus: Lun and et cetera et cetera all the way through target ID of 5.
240uw Feb 11, 8: I filled the drives with CD’s to check and see which letters were valid and only 3 of the new 22940uw recognize a CD present. DriverGuru Senator et Subscriptor Tribus: Get Floppy boot disk with no config,sys or autoexec.
Fri Feb 13, 3: Windows XP apparently does not like the idea of sharing dp short of a hard drive. Here is where things get fun. Put the flash utility and bin files on this disk 2.
Mar 16, Posts: I could swear I answered this once already This appears to be working for the time being as I further research the hardware problems that may be involved. Mar 21, Posts: May 25, Posts: Make sure it is a recent as possible. Thu Feb 12, 2: The BIOS of the card is 1.
Then I entered Disk management and reassigned drive letters to the real drives only in downward fashion F to K. The drives report in XP properties as being target ID 0: I have found by manually removing the ghost drives WinXP only relocates and reinstalls them.
May 5, Posts: Thanks again for all of the help. I have also read over the appropriate link describing how to properly terminate these drives on the cable. For all of the help and insight you guys have provided, my 2904uw is off.
SCSI and WinXP problems
You never flash a SCSI controller with devices attached. I got an Adaptec uw for this purpose.
Ok as I spend more time researching this I have found a workaround that lets me use the whole shebang without the headaches taps wood.
Just right-click and choose “Sharing and security”. Wed Feb 11, 5: If so, right click on a number of them and view the properties.
Thu Feb 12, 9: I thank you for your help thus far and here is what I have to report.