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What happened between “still no success” and the “success” of July 39th? This is a brilliant bit of hackery. Saturday, January 29, On the download, there are three files.
Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies. Similar help and support threads. Proposed as answer by Brian Borg Monday, December 14, 2: I found the above worked, and just to help those out there, here is a forum with someone who has shared the Vista x64 driver, it worked for me today 2nd Oct Tuesday, June 14, 4: Thursday, April 25, Remove From My Forums.
No matter what, I always get “Code 10 this device will not start” and my old Relisys large transparency scanner does not move! The time now is PNF 8KB and djsvs. Windows 10 would not re-boot and I had to re-install everything. Windows 7 Enterprise 64bit.
I should also have said that after I uninstalled it, I added the device as legacy hardware through Device Manager. Any suggestions from anyone? Saturday, October 2, 8: Sign in to vote. Just tried with a clean install of Windows 10 build and was able to install the driver for my AU card. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Friday, October 9, 5: I have revisited this as others seem to be getting the SCSI cards to work.
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Sunday, November 30, 9: File Services and Storage. Now 18 years later, SCSI is an obsolete technology, and in general is not supported under the latest versions of Window and the the Macintosh OS, although I believe Linux still has support. Thanks Guys Asaptec try this myself It uses the driver aic78u2. Why have the people in the know not just simply created the driver and the uploaded it, so that it became easily available to everyone who requires it.
Make sure your scanner is plugged into the SCSI card before you turn your system on you are probably already doing this as SCSI devices are not detected if turned on after the system has booted.
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