I have an older Adaptec 2110S SCSI controller that I understand does not have (and will not have) drivers for Windows Server 2008. Can you confirm that drivers are not available and if that is the case, is there a newer equivalent Adaptec controller I can use with my four SCSI Ultra 320, 10K, 80-pin Seagate drives? Thanks.
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the drivers for
the scanner might have been corrupted you might have to uninstall
the scanner restart your computer then reinstall your scanner if your printer/scanner
came with an installation disc the drivers could be on it you might have to uninstall
the printer/scanner restart your computer then reinstall the printer/scanner
and its drivers click start control panel
administrive tools computer management device manager scroll to
ports(COM&LPT) + to expand you should see a communication port and Ecp
printer port you might see a yellow?question mark this will mean you need to
install a new driver for this device right click you will have options to
update driver,disable,uninstall or select properties again you will have the
similiar options also have option to troubleshoothope this helps
vista has a major issue with allowing even the admin to move and transfer files and folders. I have run across a fix that helped me gain more control, but you probable need to get drivers for Vista from the scsi controler card manufacturer. and for the drives. Vista is a terribly restrictive OS. WARNING: please do not do this if you can't reverse it on your own if needed. Editing your registry can be risky so use extreme caution.
if you follow this it helps.
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Windows Vista Admin Hack
click start and run,
type in regedit
when Registry editor opens
click on HKEY Local Machine
click CURRENT VERSION
in the area where there are values right click and select new/ DWORD
right click EnableLinkedConnections and chose MODIFY and change the value to 1
Save and exit Registry Editor.
my guess is no but since i haven't dealt with this type of server i'm going to suggest you go to hp.
if you just goto hp.com and search on live chat and a link will come up.. they should be able to help unless it's too old since i'm not sure what generation we are on now..
This next solution is viable in win 98, and I don?t see any reason why it shouldn?t work for you too. If you know of anything I?m missing you should consult someone else. The solution is slightly complex, so I hope I can explain it properly:
1. Create a startup disk so you can format and install windows.
2. Set the new HD as master and connect it to Primary IDE.
3. Disconnect the SCSI and remove it.
4. Restart the computer with the disk you created (with the new HD connected).
5. Go to the Bios settings in order to make sure that the computer does recognize the new HD as the primary drive in the first IDE.
6. Now, FDisk the new HD, set the partitions, restart and format it. Install the OS and make sure it is working properly.
7. Insert the SCSI and restart again.
8. At this stage the computer would reboot into the IDE and see the SCSI/ You may have to change something in the OS settings for that, but I don?t know where.