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A touble shooting guide at Adaptechs homepage told me to: disable SCSI disconnect settings on my Adaptec AHA-2940AU SCSI card and on my CD-recorder",a Smart and Friendly 2006 Plus. How do i do that?
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When the PC is booting and the Adaptec BIOS message comes up, press <Ctrl-A> and you will get into the AHA-2940 configuration menu.
There you can disable the SCSI disconnect option.

At your CD-Recorder must be a jumper (look into your manual).
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If you're using Win95, go to Device Manager, highlight the CDROM and click properties.  There you click the settings tab and click the check-box for Disconnect to clear it.
I hope this helps,
Ralph

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