I am quite pleased I found this post this evening.
I bought a two older year 2000 manufactured servers to experiment with and they came with some older but fast 10,000rpm hard SCSI hard drives. I was fortunate to have my setting up guesses work out and set up the hard drives in Windows 98. I got the Tekram DC390U/F PCI SCSI Adapter installed and the hard drives configured so Windows98 could see them but I still could not access them. After doing an internet search for the hard drive model I think it was I found this post discussing SCSI drivers and saw the post about the SCSI drivers and followed the link to download them.
I have so much great luck finding I can get computer equipment to work that I am beginning to wonder what could be going on........but, I recently found Jesus in my life and now I can accredit God with the Glory.......and I thank Him for His people who like doing this sort of stuff too.
Thank you very much indeed for posting and for making this project so much easier to complete.
I may even get a server set up to use for helping others to see the light of the Lord which is what I can think may have lead me here tonight........or Imay still have been going
trying to figure out how to get the hard drives working lol.
Thank you. I had to include Jesus, I found Him recently and God is real so.......there. But I do feel His church is not in a building for many people and for people like me so.......
EDITED: Why has the Windows 98 Disk Check Tool found the hard drive as a 8032.5GB hard drive instead of 18.2GB. I better go look for some manuals. Windows 98 is formatting in FAT file system and sees both these 18,2GB hard drives as 8032.5GB. Maybe I have not updated the BIos properly. I did see 2 INT types of iles in the bios update files.
Edited by Nickpctj, 13 November 2009 - 05:56 AM.