On Fri, 8 Sep 2000, John N S Gill wrote:
>> I'm trying to add a Seagate ST336704LW to a Redhat 6.1 system.
>> When the system boots it is unable to the detect the new disk. It
> gets to the point when it tries to detect the disk and then keeps
> issuing messages like "aborting due to timeout" + tells me it is
sounds like a hardware problem. Check your termination first of
all. LVD/U2W/Fast-80 requires needs an active terminator on the next
connector after the last device.
if the cable isn't terminated properly you'll have problems, and
Adaptecs are notorious for being finicky about termination.
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