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scsi drives on nt4.0

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by robturck, Jun 30, 2000.

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  1. robturck

    robturck Thread Starter

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    I have an asus motherboard with a pent 166.
    I am using an adaptec 2940 ou scsi controller card with a number of drives attached.Under windows 98 I have no problems.
    When trying to run from NT I pick up problems when attaching my seagate st15150's to the daisy chain.My other drives work fine.
    The st15150's are not installed at the end of the bus so it isn't a termination problem.

    Nt boots up up to the point where it displays the service pack(6a) and then hangs
    As soon as I remove the st15150's ,NT boots up fine

    please help
     
  2. Dan O

    Dan O

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    Post your BOOT.INI file, here.

    IS SCSI BIOS enabled?

    What's on the Seagate ST15150 drive?

    Let us know. Dan-O :)
     
  3. robturck

    robturck Thread Starter

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    Hi this is what I have.
    1.My boot.ini is blank (no dual boot and booting off an ide drive)
    2.NCR scsi bios is on auto in the cmos
    3.My one st15150 has a single partition created under windows 98 fdisk and not formatted as yet.The other has a single fat partition with data on it which I can access under 98 no problem.
    Your help is much appreciated,thanks
     
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