I did use the Win driver though. Make sure it is a recent as possible. Put the flash utility and bin files on this disk 2. This appears to be working for the time being as I further research the hardware problems that may be involved. I would just like to take a second and directly thank each and every one of you who has been helping me work towards a solution to this mess. Thu Feb 12, 9: 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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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.
Then I entered Disk management and reassigned drive letters to the real drives only in downward fashion F to K. Now all 6 of these CD-Roms are connected by what appears to be an internal 50 pin cable and terminated properly.
For every 1 true drive letter there are an additional 3 that are “ghosts”. You will have better luck with it.
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. By the way, there’s no trick necessary to share removable media in Windows XP. Get a xxp instead.
Sep 294uw, Posts: May 25, Posts: Mar 16, Posts: 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 UW may not work in XP.
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For all of 240uw help and insight you guys have provided, my hat is off. If you’re having any trouble, it might be related to your drive letter problem.
Thanks again for all of the help. I presently believe the termination of them is fine as the 3 “real” drives I can see all properly play the discs inserted into their respective trays. If so, right click on a number of them and view the properties.
Thu Feb 12, 9: Granted, that can be tricky with 50 pin devices and a 68 pin connector, but presumably the manufacturer took that into account. So aain I thank you for your kind help as I continue to research the hardware problems that may very well be the source.
Windows XP apparently does not like the idea of sharing anything short of a hard drive. You never flash a SCSI controller with devices attached. Fri Feb 13, 4: Thu Feb 12, 2: Make sure it is a recent as possible.
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Fri Feb 13, What can I do to a get rid of these ghost drives, b have the other three drives present as well? Well it seems we have come 2 steps closer to figuring out the exact nature f the problem. I did use the Win driver though. Fri Feb 13, 3: Put the flash utility and bin files on this disk 2. Mar 21, Posts: I also had to move the adapter around and try all the open pci slots in order for it to function correctly.