Ben, is this the first time you tried it?

The DLT4000 requires the Advance Driver Kit (ADK) from Retrospect.

If it worked before, you probably already have it.  Look in the 
Retrospect folder for the file called "Advance Driver Kit".

If it is not there, you need it.

>Hi all,
>I just installed Retrospect 4.1 + 4.3 upgrade on a Performa 6360 running
>OS9. Everything seems to be OK, the only problem is that when I go to
>Devices, I see the following line for my Quantum DLT4000 SCSI drive:
>ID #2    Quantum DLT4000    CCIE    (no driver)
>I gather my Mac can see the drive, but Retrospect is not loading the
>driver for it?
>If anyone has had the same experience, maybe you can share the fix.
>TIA, Ben

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