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CONFIG_SCSI_AIC79XX: Adaptec AIC79xx U320 support
It now looks like I will be able to continue to use an ancient scanner, and not have to buy a new one. What I’ve done since then is: Install Windows 10 on a separate hard drive Run a Grub repair utility so I could select between Ubuntu and Windows via Grup, instead of directly at Bios screen. OS Win7 pro 64bits. I found a fix, a few month ago, using a vista 64bits driver, which effectively solved the problem to install an old agfa s.
When I close the lid for the night, adaptdc logging off, on reopening the lid the next morning, and trying to create a file, I get “read-only filesystem”. Check out our Code of Conduct. This page is only for reference, If you need detailed information, please check here. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies. Instant Repair Help over the Phone 6ya.
How do I get it working again? The adaptec website there is no 64 bit version available, but i have been reading around for solutions with no success. Can I remove them safely? Thank you very much dudes. Post as a guest Name. Does anyone know of a website that I would be able to find the drivers for a scsi hard drive?
The max point reward for answering a question is Have you installed DEvice Driver? But I lost the driver after a crash disk. It used to work with VueScan.
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