At 04:56 AM 8/6/2008, underligast wrote:
On Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 10:15 PM, Derek Ragona wrote:
> Obviously it is the SCSI card or drives. Have you tried changing the
> BIOS settings on the SCSI? You might want to try changing the SCSI BUS
> speed. You may also want to try turning off hyperthreading.
Disabling Hyperthreading didn't do anything, and i cannot find many options
for the SCSI. I'll try lowering the speed and i will also try another drive
if i can find one.
I also tried 8.0-current bootcd and that lists the dvd-rom and the floppy
but none of the disks.
There's another four x225:s at work but they all have lsi-controllers. I was
really looking forward to using the hotswap..
Thank you for your replies, i hope you can help me fix this eventually
It sounds like your controller either it isn't recognized or
supported. You can try a different SCSI card or see if your SCSI has a
firmware that is update-able and try different firmware version.
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