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[filmscanners] re: Problems installing Adaptec OEM SCSI card


  • To: lexa@lexa.ru
  • Subject: [filmscanners] re: Problems installing Adaptec OEM SCSI card
  • From: "Alan Womack" <arwbackup@worldnet.att.net>
  • Date: Thu, 21 Mar 2002 13:50:06 -0800
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Few thoughts.

Set the BIOS to non plug and play OS

Try installing the software in safe mode (don't know if w2K has it or not)



Remove the card, uninstall the software.

Reboot, reinstall the software.

Shutdown.

Reinsert the card.  Restart the machine.

Alan


  >>  I wondered if I had IRQ conflicts and have freed up several IRQ numbers by
  >>  disabling onboard soundcard and spare COM ports, and have specifically
  >>  assigned each of the freed up numbers in turn to the PCI slot I'm using.
  >>  I've also tried a couple of other available PCI slots and again assigned
  >>  each of the freed up IRQs.  No luck.

  >>  Anyone come across something similar?  I've had difficulties contacting
  >>  Microtek support here in the UK.  I'll keep trying, including US support,
  >>  but just wondered if someone on the list might have had similar 
experiences
  >>  that they might like to share.

  >>  K2

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