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Hibernating and "Controller host SCSI/RAID" driver

Posted on 2000-04-01
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I have a scsi scanner (Acer 310S). When I try to hibernate win 2000, I receive this error: the "Controller host SCSI/RAID" driver doesn't allow to hibernate, try to close all applications or update driver. There isn't a upgrade driver for win 2000 in Acer site. There is a solution?
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When W2K tries to go into hibernate it asks all installed device drivers if it's OK with them to hibernate.  If a device doesn't respond properly, it's due to the fact that it either cannot hibernate for some technical reason or it's an old driver and doesn't even know what hibernate is.

There is no solution to this other than to get an updated driver (if available) or get a new SCSI controller that does support this function.

BTW, I think it's the SCSI controller complaining and not the scanner.
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