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Adaptec AIC-7892 Ultra160 PCI SCSI Controller Driver

Adaptec AHAC/C/C/C PCI SCSI Controller · Adaptec Adaptec AIC - Ultra SCSI Adaptec AIC Ultra PCI SCSI Card. A SCSI driver files for Windows Server 32bit v · Adaptec , (N), , AHAD, AIC/ Ultra PCI SCSI · Adaptec. During reboot I got the following messages: Adaptec AIC Ultra /m SCSI host adapter> found at PCI 2/10/0 Wide Channel, SCSI ID=7.


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Adaptec AIC-7892 Ultra160 PCI SCSI Controller Driver

Comment 5 Need Real Name I let it sit for a while to see if the driver would timeout and the boot would continue, but after an hour or so gave up.

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Comment 6 Doug Ledford It died in the same place and in the same way, and a PCI bus trace showed that the PCI bus was hopelessly wedged when it died. The problem turned out to be that the motherboard BIOS was not properly configuring the ServerWorks chipset and was leaving some write caching Adaptec AIC-7892 Ultra160 PCI SCSI Controller PCI bus transactions enabled in the chipset.

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Once the BIOS was updated to disable that write caching, then the driver and card worked fine from that point on. I suspect the same is true here, and that the hardware manufacturer might need to be called upon to check this situation out.

I'll bring this bug up in my next weekly Dell meeting. Without duplicating the bug here, and given the description, my next suggestion is that there is a motherboard PCI setup incompatibility at play here. Adaptec AIC-7892 Ultra160 PCI SCSI Controller 7 Need Real Name The only kicker is, the drive works fine from Comment 8 Need Real Name Comment 9 Need Real Name Comment 10 Michael McConachie This setup worked correctly under RH 6.

Tried the following driver options: Seagate Model: STLW Rev: Aborting command due to timeout: Comment 12 Need Real Name Neither does the supplied experimental aic7xxx module. This is the case for RH6. I have also tried to disable everything in the bios except the necessary.

There are no IRQ conflicts. When trying the experimental driver, the driver loads up with no problems, until Adaptec AIC-7892 Ultra160 PCI SCSI Controller CDROM spins up and load the aic7xxx from the installation package. This result in the same - timeouts: If trying to install from one of the harddrives, all goes well until reboot. SCSI bus is being reset for host 1 channel 0 SCSI host 1 channel 0 reset pid 0 timed out - trying harder I am suspecting since this controller got two different buses: I have also tried to disconnect the 50pin bus using jumper on controller No luck - same result.

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I have experimented for weeks and about to give up! Comment 13 Need Real Name Wishlist or send e-mail type donations to maekawa AT daemon-systems. Thank you.

DRIVERS ADAPTEC AIC-7892 ULTRA160 PCI SCSI CONTROLLER

For EISA cards: For PCI cards: For CardBus cards: Driver features include support for twin and wide buses, fast, ultra or ultra2 synchronous transfers depending on controller type, tagged queuing and SCB paging. Most modern motherboards Adaptec AIC-7892 Ultra160 PCI SCSI Controller the initialization correctly and work fine with this option enabled. For systems that store non-volatile settings in a system specific manner rather than a serial EEPROM directly connected to the aic7xxx controller, the BIOS must be enabled for the driver to access this information.

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This restriction applies to all EISA and many motherboard configurations. Performance and feature sets vary throughout the aic7xxx product line. The following table provides a comparison of the different chips supported by the ahc driver. Note that wide and twin channel features, although always supported by a particular chip, may be disabled in a particular motherboard or card design.

Multiplexed Twin Channel Device - One controller servicing two buses.

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