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I can't change the int. on my scsi adapter. It's set to int 3, so it conflicts with my serial mouse. Any solutions ?

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Rogier earned 150 total points
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Hi Frank,


Wooh that is a real pain in the *ss... Some time
ago we had also that problem with the SCSI-adapter
of the Scanjet 4C. To fix this problem you have to
go to the HP internet site(www.hp.com). Here you
find a set of drivers for the HP Scanjet 4c...

Look for the 'real mode drivers'... this drivers
will fix your problem forever...


Goodluck!

Grtx Rogier
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Thanks, it was indeed the solution..

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