Posted on 1998-11-30
I have a p90 Hewlett-Packard pc. It has a scsi interface built into the mother board. It has a scsi 1GB hard drive. I purchased a scsi cd-rom (Teac 32x) and installed it. When I booted, the pc doesn't recognize the cd rom. It sees no "D" drive.
I'm currently using win 3.1 and want to install win 98, but I need a cd rom to install it! Does a scsi cd rom need a driver? None came with the drive. The manufacturer says I need a scsi driver. Would my hard drive work without a scsi driver?