MertonEarl Replied on February 11, Originally Posted by speedracer. Quite why this route worked when the other one wouldn’t is beyond my technical assessment!! Find More Posts by speedracer. Welcome to Windows 7 Forums.
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I hope this provides clarification as I don’t want to take up your time going down one avenue that I believe is NOT open to me at this time. Thanks for your time and effort – all I’ve got to do now is find the correct driver for the scanner itself! What version is your scsi manager showing? This site in other languages x. You are logged in as. Despite being well out of any normal support period, Adaptec were very helpful and made all sorts of suggestions. I opened the device manager and selected the adapter card and did indeed select update driver.
I used it to drive a Nikon scanner with a 50pinpin connection cable. I thought, why not try and add them to my HP desktop so they can hold some large files like movies? Sorry for saying XP before I didn’t look at your specs properly.
This thread is locked. Windows fails to detect the card automatically. When I checked in the Win7 drivers folder there is only an ultrawide card listed NO ultrawide cards.
[SOLVED] How to install drivers for Adaptec SCSI Card 29160N?
When I go to the c: In reply to Palcouk’s post on February 8, I select storage controllers at which point another screen puts up numberous brands. Software installed and card now recognised.
I tried the drivermax program someone mentioned. Since you’ve already submitted a review for this product, this submission will be added as an update to your original review. Originally Posted by speedracer I opened the device manager and selected the adapter card and did indeed select update driver.
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All times are GMT It is installed on an SATA drive. User Name Remember Me? I thought I read somewhere that this card is supported internally by Win7 operating system. I’m still looking for help and ideas. I was still persuing with them when came across another suggestion which appears to have worked. I have the above controller card controlling other devices that I need. Find More Posts by DeviLduck9. Have you tried to install any drivers in compatibility mode for XP?
Please advise how I can get Windows to recognise the card. Sorry this didn’t help. Originally Posted by spike Copyright -Tech Support Forum. Flaming or offending araptec users. adaptrc
The mb manufacturer xdaptec NO drivers and is not involved with the scsi controller card. I have an Adaptec AU card from my old 32bit system.