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Re: problems...why?



The one advantage to the 7891 is that it is Ultra2Wide SCSI, whereas the
7895 is 'only' UltraWide.

--rdp

On Sat, 31 Jul 1999 smurf@cosm.co.jp wrote:

> 
> yes, the DP264 has Adaptec 7895 and UP2000 has 7891(which is
> seen often as onboard scsi controller on Pentium based board.
> 
> AlphaBIOS can see them controllers, but not SRM.
> I guess if linux can boot off AlphaBIOS on 21264 it would be ok
> 
> Rich Payne wrote:
> > 
> > SRM does not support the onboard SCSI on the UP2000. I think it's an
> > adaptec 7891 (slightly different from the DP's 7895).
> > 
> > --rdp
> > 
> > On Sat, 31 Jul 1999 smurf@cosm.co.jp wrote:
> > 
> > >
> > > Seems ever since 21264 came out, Compaq(and Samsung) tried to use
> > > Adaptec for onboard SCSI not NCR for some reason, and it has not been
> > > working under SRM to UP2000.
> > >
> > > Has anyone know the way to make them work?
> 
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Rich Payne
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