Now 18 years later, SCSI is an obsolete technology, and in general is not supported under the latest versions of Windows and the the Macintosh OS, although I believe Linux still has support. I followed your instruction to the letter. Any additional information you can provide would be helpful so that others can avoid the issue. You then install as normal, requesting to select the driver yourself, instead of Windows and you’re done. Tuesday, May 3, 6: Windows 7 Professional 64 bit.
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So, there was how I got mine going.
After the driver was installed my DDS tape drive was listed as a cassette drive at the top of the device list. Tuesday, August 21, Tuesday, June 14, 4: The extra device descriptions worked perfectly.
The drivers got installed after adding the device as a legacy hardware from the device manager but it fails aha-940 start. Find More Posts by kadalberto.
On the download, there are three files. Windows 7 Enterprise 64bit.
Originally Posted by Shagbark. Thursday, January 10, 6: Friday, January 11, First thing I would do is look in device manager, the system kept adding the SCSI card I think as a drive controller, the wrong type of device and so cuasing the Code Uninstall it from there. I realise that this post is frombut as I’ve just visited this page to download these drivers I thought it would be beneficial for this to be answered for future visitors.
It is located in aga-2940 C: The standard card has an external 68pin wide SCSI port, but the ‘N’ version has a 50 pin external port. It would recognize the controller but would not initialize the drive. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build.
No matter what, I always get “Code 10 this device will not start” and my old Relisys large transparency scanner does not move! It works fine for me.
Configure Windows 10 zha-2940 let you install unsigned drivers Figure 1: Install this driver software anyway. I can now clear the disks on my old SCSI servers so they can be donated. Any suggestions from anyone? I have tried your fix above to no avail. Can you provide more detail?
Friday, October 9, 5: You can add the Adaptec AVA to the working cards list. Hope this can be helpful. I would like to thank everyone here for their input All of these suggestions will keep 7 running legacy hardware Had to cleanup an old SCSI drive today and realized I do not have anything running SCSI anymore Monday, February 13, 8: These are used to import a signed driver in to the Windows Driverstore using the ‘pnputil’ application from the command line.
It uses the driver aic78u2. It was recognized in my Hamrick’s VueScan too and scanned beautifully! I was able to get the driver from here: