i changed the card to an Adaptec Card AHA-2920 (96001-00 A) (the screen at the
boot process tells me: Adaptec PCI) and now i have got two problems:
1. Windows 98 freezes, if the scanner isn't switched on at the boot process. After
Windows completely loaded, i can switch off the scanner (strange, but i can arrange
with that problem)
2. Under SuSE Linux 8.0 Yast2 tells me: there is no SCSI-Scanner and cdrecord --
scanbus shows no scsi-Card (it only shows the scsi - emulation of my dvd and cd-
burner). On the left side Yast2 tells me at last: You have to install the scsi-Scanner
manually.... and that i have to choose the scanner from the list ..... but there is no list
with scanners or scsi-Cards....
This is at last the same message that i got while using the AdvanSys ABP 925.
What have i to do, to install a scsi-card manually? (sorry, if it is maybe a stupid
question, but i didn't find a manual to this problem).
Am 18 Jul 2003 um 7:19 hat Vakvarju geschrieben:
> On Thu, 17 Jul 2003 18:27:00 +0200
> Christof Schmitt <christofschmitt(a)web.de> wrote:
> > Hello list,
> > just a time ago I had trouble with installing the SCSI-scanner HP
> > ScanJet 4c and at last i thought, the SCSI Card is the troublemaker.
> > So i got another SCSI Card (AdvanSys ABP 925) and a cable with SCSI 2
> > (i think) at one end and a end with a thick fifty pins adapter from a
> > friend as a solution. But SuSE Hardware - List does not show ABP 925
> > (but it shows ABP 920 and 930). If i check cdrecord -scanbus, the SCSI
> > Card is not there. The scanner and the SCSI Card works fine under
> > Windows 98 SE. The automatical detection of the scanner doesn't work.
> > What did i do wrong? The cable or the card?
> > regards,
> I have experienced similar problems with the same type of scanner, but
> then I throw away the card and used an Adaptec PCI card... and it works.
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