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SCSI Card In W2K

Posted on 2000-05-18
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My ISA SCSI card can't install in w2k.
but it work's well in win98.
i can't read the word on chip.buy in win98,system could search out it(AHA 150X,151X......),not plug&play.And front of the card has the word "A-502".so I guess the chip was Adapter AHA-1502.is that right?and the chip's speed was 10M or 20M?
question is, how can i launch the card in w2k?not p&p card, I used W2k Hardware Wizard to search, but could not find it.w2k version is 2195.
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Add it manually. It's called 'forced hardware'.
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I have try to add it in manually,but there are one little fork between it,
in hardware list.
INT 9
I\O: 140-15F
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Install hands.sys then...

P.S. I have to force my configuration every time I install AHA-150x card
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