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Works now with an adaptec card AVA 2903B + Epson Perfection 1200S + Vuescan from Hamrick software under win 10. I installed the driver Unsigned driver for Adaptec AHA-29xx cards . After restart with switched on scanner the scanner works well.
I am having issues installing an adaptec aha-2940u/uw card into my windows 10 x64 pc. Windows does not detect it as a scsi card at all, and when I try to install the 29xx drivers on the detected device, it adds the microsoft storage spaces device, and the adaptec drivers is installed with an error.
It is printed on the card as AHA-2940W/AHA-2940UW, there is a sticker on the adaptec chip that shows AHA-2940UW/DELL2. I finally figured out what was going on. The first few times I booted the computer, the SCSI card was not being recognized in BIOS. After a few shut downs, it finally started showing the Adaptec pre-boot setup, so I went into the menu, and enabled the PnP option. It then showed up in windows and your driver installed ok. I am able to read MO disks. (My previous troubleshooting led me to do a fresh windows 7 install, which is when the card started showing the pre-boot menu, it installed ok in Win 7. After that I did a fresh install of Win 10, and it is working in that, too!) Thank you very much for this post and your response!
Odd, I just tested the 320 driver again on my windows 10 pc (did a clean install a few months ago). I downloaded the driver, ran the .exe and it placed the drivers in c:\\adaptec\\scsi.I was able to select the card in device manager and update/install the driver (selecting c:\\adaptec\\scsi as the source folder), and Windows 10 recognized the card.
Hi,I need your help guyz as I just want to connect a vintage sampler to my computer running windows 10 64bits, (i used to have an adaptec 2904 running under win xp before my old computer crashed).Can somebody recommend me a scsi card Any help appreciated.Thanx and have a nice WE!JP
However, to get it working ive had to use an older computer with a PCI slot to fit the scsi adapter card (an ava 2904e). I would like to use this card on my main computer and bypass the need for an older system. the driver you supplied works with the card in windows 10 just fine.
hello i need help. i have been able to install the drivers successfully. My issue comes on the port mapping inwindows 7. How can i map the port so i can be able to install the printer on that port and able to use the scsi
I realise that Bebu. The lazy *derogative deleted* at Canon can't be bothered to write an update for the driver and software, and MS claim it's not their job to provide built-in drivers. The annoying thing is that USB \"drivers\" are fairly easy to write, being just a script. I've tried to hack the last available driver for it and hybridise it with one for a similar scanner that works with a more recent version of windows, but I couldn't get it to work for some reason. Probably a stupid mistake in the script that I haven't spotted.
... including the driver for that adapter. Which is why I stay with 32-bit windows so I can use my Tekram 315 adapter. Unless somehone here can indicate me an SCSI adapter that is affordable, available, and has a 64-bit driver that works with Win10.
to be fair though, while this aspect of SCSI is always mentioned, adaptec's own threadmark shows major improvements in reducing CPU load under windows with 430FX and later chipsets+IDE DMA activated, with period drives. 2.18mb/s and 35.61% CPU load with DMA off vs. 2.51mb/s and 17.97% CPU load with DMA on (430FX, p133, 95 osr2, quantum fireball 1280at), if anyone is curious about numbers. and under DOS, in practice being limited to 16-bit access seems like a bigger bottleneck than IDE PIO anyway. 153554b96e