Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit. I can now clear the disks on my old SCSI servers so they can be donated. Thursday, July 8, 6: I have been searching for what seems like weeks now and can’t seem to find anything. I should also have said that after I uninstalled it, I added the device as legacy hardware through Device Manager. Sure enough, many online are clamoring about it for many different controller models.
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I followed your instruction to the letter.
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Anyway, hats off to you — thanks for adpatec the asaptec a better place. Thanks for responding to my post. Make sure your scanner is plugged into the SCSI card before you turn your system on you are probably already doing this as SCSI devices are not detected if turned on after the system has booted. Thanks a Lot Bro!!! I disabled driver signing, installed legacy device in dev manager, still no go.
I have been searching for what seems like weeks now and can’t seem to find anything. For some reason, that driver was dropped from the in-box drivers in Windows 7.
All I did next was right click and update driver adapptec the same folder that I installed from on legacy. I have tried uninstalling the device and then forcing it to use the DJSVS file but it says this does not have any drivers for my device. The time now is I select Browse My Computer. I was able to get the modified djsvs driver to install successfully and recognize the scanner. Because of all the obstacles I encountered with the U2 card, I may just give up on it after trying a few more things.
Can you give me zdaptec details? Ahhh, the Adaptec UW scsi controller needs a driver installed. Friday, February 16, This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Some of the other forums I found on this same issue though most of them do not mention the U2 card are as follows: After the driver was installed my DDS tape drive was listed as a cassette drive at the top of the device list.
You are commenting using your Twitter account. Wednesday, December 25, Then select “I have a disk” and direct it to drive D: Any further advice would be appreciated.
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Next step was to get the driver for the scanner. Let me know if you get it working.