|Posted on Monday, June 11, 2001 - 9:13 pm: |
My head is bloody from banging it against the keyboard! Here's the situation: The hubby and I bought a Roland VS1680 (digital recording studio) that came with it's own external CD-R/RW, and we can burn audio we've created on the Roland to the CD-R/RW just fine. So...since it's a SCSI device (and came with Adaptec software such as Direct CD and Easy-CD Creator) I bought an Adaptec 2940UW card for my pc (Win 98), plus a cable. Windows recognizes the SCSI card just fine, no problem. What I cannot get it to do is get beyond the SCSI card and recognize that there is a CD burner at the other end of the cable attached to the SCSI card. Am I totally ignorant, or shouldn't I be able to get my PC to recognize this additional CD drive (burner)? Did I buy a SCSI card for no reason? How do I get my PC to interact/read the burner? I'm so confused! (A lot more difficult than installing a USB port - and I was so proud when I figured THAT out!).
Any help would be HUGELY appreciated.
|Posted on Tuesday, June 12, 2001 - 10:49 am: |
have the devices been properly terminated?
maybe you can find something to address your problem at one of these links
this last link won't form properly just cut and paste to use it
hope something is useful