I have a Panasonic DVD-RAM Matshita LF-D200 SCSI connected to the Toshiba laptop Tecra 8100 through a PCMCIA 16 bit SlimSCSI Card Adaptec APA-1460-A.
In Windows 2000 Pro, I can access the DVD RAM without problem.
In DOS, the DVD RAM is recognized correctly and it is given the SCSI id number 6.
However, after that I get a message:"Finding a drive letter for the DVD RAM".
Then"NO drive letter given". And the drive cannot be accessed.
Can you help?
P.S. The CDs in the drive are formatted in FAT 16 bit.
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