[Coco] Re: Hard drive nightmare continues...
devries.bob at gmail.com
Wed Aug 16 08:33:32 EDT 2006
My personal take on this would be to suggest that the hard drive driver and
descriptor are not right for the drive setup that they're being asked to
If this is a SCSI setup, the ID must be correct in the descriptor, and the
driver must be the right one for *that* drive and controller.
I have used SCSISYS with good results, but you do need to know some facts
about the drive to make it work.
The automatic descriptor creation doesn't always work automajickly, IMHO.
Regards, Bob Devries, Dalby, Queensland, Australia
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the capacity to be his spokesman,
so that I know how to help the weary.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Leon Howell" <puritan_2076 at yahoo.com>
To: <coco at maltedmedia.com>
Sent: Wednesday, August 16, 2006 9:02 AM
Subject: [Coco] Re: Hard drive nightmare continues...
> Leon Howell <puritan_2076 at ...> writes:
>> I got the SuperDriver and was only dissapointed that it didn't come on a
>> blue disk with a red & yellow label. But I guess silly marketing stuff
>> necesary with real computers, just pea seas.
> But you have to admit it would look kind of cool. just kep the disk away
>> The drive, cable, controler, etc, work perfectly with RGB-DOS, so
>> the problem is that the NitrOS-9 drivers are not finding the drive or
> They still aren't.
>> There are address jumpers inside the controller cartridge. What is the
>> correct setting for them?
> Found them on cloud9tech.com. They were different. I changed them. It
> doesn't work. And now I'm talking to my self on the internet.
> Would not having a terminator cause this problem?
> Somebody please help me.
> I've got to run now.
> They're coming to take me away.
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