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Getting Data through SCSI cards

Posted on 2004-03-23
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As the title described, how can I pull data through a SCSI card??  I got my controller attached with a SCSI card and now I would like to get the information of this controller through a SCSI card.  How can I do that???

Help please~~~
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George Tokas earned 500 total points
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What you need is a library to reed from I/O.
At the SCSI properties you can find out the I/O range the controler is working.
With the help of the manufacturer manual (if it have the info) you will decode the data at that range.

Sorry can't be more specific because I work with Borland and have specific libraries to do that kind of work.

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gtokas.
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Thanks for the tip...I got my problem solved...
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