So aain I thank you for your kind help as I continue to research the hardware problems that may very well be the source. Originally posted by DriverGuru: Fri Feb 13, 4: Thu Feb 12, 9: Now bootup is interesting since it takes an extra second due to the mobo checking to see if the SCSI wants to boot but then Windows XP comes up. The drives report in XP properties as being target ID 0: If so, right click on a number of them and view the properties.
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Put the flash utility and bin files on this disk 2. Well I checked and strangely enough the LUN’s thing was still disabled. If you’re having any trouble, it might be related to your drive letter problem.
If so, right click on a number of them and view the properties. 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. So now I am missing 9240uw of the 6 drives due to “ghost letters”.
Just right-click and choose “Sharing and security”.
Thu Feb 12, 2: So aain 29940uw thank you for your kind help as I continue to research the hardware problems that may very well be the source. Fri Feb 13, 3: By the way, there’s no trick necessary to share removable media in Windows XP.
You never flash a SCSI 29940uw with devices attached. Fri Feb 13, 4: Lun and et cetera et cetera all the way through target ID of 5.
Wed Feb 11, 8: I also had to move the adapter around and try all the open pci slots in order for it to function correctly. Sounds like he is using a ready-made device that should be taking care of the termination. This appears to be working for the time being as I further research the hardware problems that may be involved. I could swear I answered this once already Fri Feb 13, 1: Now bootup is interesting since it takes an extra second due to the mobo checking to see if the SCSI wants to boot but then Windows XP comes up.
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I have found by manually removing the ghost drives WinXP only relocates and reinstalls them. Boot from this floppy and flash the controller. What can I do to a 29440uw rid of these ghost drives, b have the other three 2940u present as well? I have also read over the appropriate link describing how to properly terminate these drives on the cable. May 25, Posts: Granted, that can be tricky with 50 pin devices and a 68 pin connector, but presumably the manufacturer took that into account.
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Get Floppy boot disk with no config,sys or autoexec. Thu Feb 12, 3: I do recall a flashing bios problem that was corrected by removing ALL drives. 2940ud
I’m not sure why but thats one of the things on my “checklist”. The BIOS of the card is 1. I have 2 major problems in this setup. Fri Feb 13, 6: Post what is listed for the Target-ID and LUN for a number of devices, particularly if you can determine which ones are ‘ghosts’.
Make sure it is a recent as possible.