OT - Re: [thelist] First post - NT/Asus question

Brian King BKing at Impact-Technologies.com
Wed Jun 27 08:01:36 CDT 2001

Do you have a Manufacturer's driver diskette for the SCSI?  You need to use
it when you the 2nd(?, I forget where it is in the load process), diskette
prompts you to load other manufacturer's drivers.  Don't rely on the MS
drivers.  Remember NT4 is an OLD OS.  The drivers on the boot diskettes are

Brian W. King

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The blue screen I get with
original setup disks says INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE, and with the newer file
I actually get a kernel load off the diskettes, and then a system
shutdown... Any ideas?
Do your boot disks contain drivers for the SCSI card?


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