[sgroup] S-760 SCSI troubles

Chris Crosskey chriscross1966 at hotmail.com
Thu Dec 4 10:10:43 EST 2008


Scsi of that era was still basically voodoo.... Get yourself a decent quality (preferably active) terminator and turn off the termination on all the drives. Make sure you're using good cables. CD caddies can be had on ebay from time to time..... TOp of my list would be termination issues and then cables....
 
Check that all devices have different ID's.... I'm trying to remember if you had to set up the booting ID specifically on the S760.... been a while since I had to do something like that with an S-series....
 
chrisc
> Date: Thu, 4 Dec 2008 06:51:38 -0800> From: 0eru0 at sbcglobal.net> To: sgroup at sgroup.ca> Subject: [sgroup] S-760 SCSI troubles> > I was given a S-760 ( with ctr/mouse ), PS Systems rackmount containing Syquest 44mg and a cd rom (without the cd tray insert). This system works great, except the cd rom is usless without the tray.>  > I want to expand the SCSI chain but can not. Even a Iomega 100meg zip between the S-760 and the Syquest locks up the sampler. Not to mention my attempts to add a computer.>  > -I've changed the SCSI ID # on the S-760 to all available #s, no luck.> -Syquest ID 5> -started with really old computers, last being a dell optiplex gx240 (I'm looking for a mac)>  > Maybe someones kid can help me.>  > Bruce Riley, Chicago> _______________________________________________> Sent by the sgroup mailing list> sgroup at sgroup.ca> For subscribe/unsubscribe: http://www..sgroup.ca/mailman/listinfo/sgroup> See http://www.generalconcepts.com/sgroup/ for more information.
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