Problems with SCSI
derek at computinginnovations.com
Sat Mar 4 14:12:36 PST 2006
How do you have the CD drive cabled? That motherboard has 68-pin SCSI
connectors, and SCSI CD's mostly have 50-pin connectors, there are a few
with 68-pin connectors, but it isn't common.
Do you have the CD terminated, and the SCSI on the motherboard's
termination set correctly?
You need to check a jumper on your motherboard, the jumper is:
This jumper effects the onboard SCSI.
This is in the manual on page 13
Enable the boot-time diagnostic screen, enable the summary screen as well,
and check the boot device priority. If you have SCSI enabled correctly
this will be a choice to boot from it.
These are on page 54
At 01:38 PM 3/4/2006, David LeCount wrote:
> > What is your motherboard model ? if this is a
> > pre-made server what is the make and model ?
>Tyan S2895 Thunder K8WE
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