[windows2000] Re: SCSI ntfs-drives when using ghost

  • From: Cristian Costea <cristian.costea@xxxxxx>
  • To: windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 19 Dec 2002 11:06:27 +0200

I had some problems with SCSI disks on one server like you said, after a while 
went away and came back on and so on... They were really gone when I updated 
the the
BIOS' backplane or whatever is called. Another thing, it might be possible that 
fast controller is not initializing the disks properly with slow disks, you must
search for a setting in the controller's BIOS to wait for the disks to 
initialize or
increase the initialization timeout if you can.

Sorin Srbu wrote:

> Hi,
> If I create a ghost boot floppy, and load the appropriate drivers
> for the scsi-adapter (dos), shouldn't the scsi harddisks formatted
> with ntfs be accessible as drive letters (ie c:, d: etc)?
> I'm having some problems here... 8-(

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