how did you get your system booting from SCSI?
My system does not boot from SCSI.
There are 3 HDD connected to the controler. (See my sig.)
After the HPT366 boot screen (btw. does anyone know how to
disable the HPT? My other box is a Abit BE6II. The bios of the BE6II
gives you the option to disable HPT completely.) there's NO SCSI
adapter boot screen.
Maybe there's something wrong with the IDs or termination?
I boot off an old 214MB IDE disk. The SCSI stuff is accessible
when OS are running. But not for boot
I'll try to fix this the next weekend.
ps.: BIOS settings are OK for EXT, EXT-SCSI so there should be no
problem. The SCSI controler is tested in another box. Booting was
OK in this box ....
BP6 dual Celeron 433 MHz
Viper V330 graphics
3 SCSI2 HDD (1GB, 2GB, 4GB)
W2K / SuSE 9.0 / Zeta RC4 Neo
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