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scsi setup in Dos says" No adaptec found!"

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You have to load these files in the config.sys. Check the readme for what to add. This can be really tricky, so pay attention to what you are doing.
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The problem is fixed. The problem was that I'd removed the sound card which the cd rom was attached too by connections. I cannot use the cdrom without the soundcard on the motherboard because the cdrom-audio is built-in by Compaq. No jumper settings or other slots for the cdrom. Thanks for your help anyway.
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