The original disk with Xp on it fired up without any problems, so we are currently transferring all the data back from the tape to a new HDD. They are not on our own R2 server. The story rings a bell: Half an hour later, still “attempting to boot from HDD”. Results 1 to 15 of The time now is However, on installing the card I have found there are no Windows 7 drivers available.
|Date Added:||7 June 2013|
|File Size:||49.82 Mb|
|Operating Systems:||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
The time now is This is an 18 month old HP machine which has never given a moment’s problem before. Last edited 19th June at I have done a ksi20160 of research, and I understand that the drivers were provided with some versions of Windows x 64 server, but not the R2 variants.
I think the LP might do the trick, ldi20160 they don’t seem easy to come by. Originally Posted by rckngslnd. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Might get spanked for this, we’ll see but the file I mentioned is attached and that is what it was called.
LSI Logic Ultra SCSI 1 Channel PCI Controller Card Lsi | eBay
Moving to Windows 7 forum. Thanks need to try on server tom, we let know if it works out ok. I will keep my fingers crossed that you still have the drivers.
It might be a day or two before I figure out if I still have them though. Running WD diagnostic from lsl20160 workstation it seems that the drive is recognised all the time, but is reading and writing only intermittently. Again haven’t got a clue whether it works as advertised, eats children and so on.
LSI Logic U160 Pcs SCSI RAID Controller LSI20160
One forum post provided a list of driver files see belowand suggests that the drivers from Server work perfectly well in R2, lsi02160 are lei20160 signed; so presumably, they will also work in Windows 7 x64?
Furthermore, I am using a low profile PC, so I have to be doubly careful! Half an hour later, still “attempting to boot from HDD”. I will have a look on fleabay. This was extremely well timed.
Would one of these do the trick, may be a little slow but looks to have 64bit drivers: However, on installing the card I have found there are no Windows 7 drivers available. They are not on our own R2 server.
LSI Logic Ultra160 SCSI 1 Channel PCI Controller Card Lsi20160
Originally Posted by PiqueABoo. The story rings a bell: Lsi0160 1 to 15 of Anyhow, switched on this morning, “attempting to boot from HDD”. You ls20160 have to be careful as some of these come in PCI-X flavour, which isn’t always obvious. I think that adapter might be one once used for tape drives in some model of RM server and if it is the same I did download those drivers from somewhere The original disk with Xp on it fired up without any problems, so we are currently transferring all the data back from the tape to a new HDD.
There are currently 2 users browsing this thread. Just shows you can never rely on anything. That would be great.