Subject: RE: Multia install
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From: David Woyciesjes <DAW@yalepress3.unipress.yale.edu>
Date: 06/08/2000 15:11:44
Sorry about the floppy work, but it's one of the few ways I can think of to
find the problem.
If I'm correct ( and I _know_ someone will tell me if I'm wrong! :-) ) but
the SCSI controller chip is on the little riser. One other option would be
then to swap that out for your other one... Sorry, more wrench work...
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> From: Eric.Melville (Exchange)
> Sent: Thursday, June 8, 2000 2:57 PM
> To: 'David Woyciesjes '; '''email@example.com' ' '
> Subject: RE: Multia install
> > Possibly... On my VX40-166, it saw a 1.5 gig IDE fine, but didn't see a
> > 4 gig IDE correctly. Once I updated to the latest firmware (3.8-36 built
> > 1/12/1996) it saw the 4 gig fine. I don't remember what the original
> > firmware version was though. Ooops. I take it everything looks okay in
> > the ARC setup screens?
> I think so. I dropped it into SRM right after powering it up, and havn't
> been back in ARC since.
> > Try this.. do the boot floppies work without any of the three drives
> > connected? If so, try with one at a time, till it craps out...
> Uhg, that means installing the floppy drive back in that thing. Oh well,
> will do.
> > BTW - I take it that all three drives are external...
> Yes, all external SCSI devices.