On Thu, 13 Jun 2002 13:14:35 -0700
"G. L. `Griz' Inabnit" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> > Have you tried another drive (preferrablly IDE) for the OS?
>       No.

I would highly recommend you try this.  The errors that are listed are
obviously SCSI.  However, this doesn't mean that they are the cause.  By
eliminating them you'll find out.

> > I'm assuming the above output was done with the other drives attached
> > and the actual output did change when the extra devices were removed
> > (as there would not have been a scsi1 at that time).
>       No. The output remains the same. With or without the other drives
>       attached.

Very strange.  Don't know why you'd be getting an error for a device that
isn't attached.

Jamin W. Collins

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