> Usually to get into the card config for the bios screen
> for adaptec's SCSI controllers
>> Ctrl a
Yes, but there's nothing in there about telling it that I will
not be having any SCSI boot devices, only non-bootable ones.
> You can config the card and tell it what device (SCSI ID) to boot
> from so don't worry about adding a tape drive.
But I don't want it to boot from any SCSI device and I'm surprised
it seems to think I ought to be...most machines with add-in SCSI
cards use non-SCSI boot devices (IDE disks) and use the SCSI chain
for additional peripherals.
> What exactly do you mean by getting the card to startup ?
I mean get it to check for devices and activate the SCSI BIOS.
Right now because it can't find a SCSI boot device it ends up
saying SCSI BIOS Not Loaded, and it doesn't try to check for
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