Sorry about insisting on this subject, but I couldn't yet fix the problem.
Below is a quote from my previous posting. Since then, I also tried changing
the loading address of the BIOS, with no result. The card still works fine
in other OSes.
Excuse me for waisting your time, but I'd really like to get rid of the
"scsi: 0 hosts" doom, since both my cdrom and zip100 run off this card, and
I'm forced to run micro$haft stuff.
Help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Hi - I'm posting this message because I need your help on a problem I
cannot figure out by myself: my SCSI AHA1542CF adapter, for a couple of
days, all of a sudden isn't recognized any more at boot by Linux
(Slackware 3.6, kernel 2.0.35). When I first put the card in my machine,
it wasn't recognized either, but at the suggestion of someone from this
newsgroup I changed its base address from 0x130 to 0x334, and this did
the trick. But now, a couple of months later, I got the same problem
once again. I tried all of the base addresses I could select from the
dip switches (0x130, 0x134, 0x230, 0x234, 0x330, 0x334), to no avail.
The card by itself works just fine, I can enter its bios, and is also OK
Any help greatly appreciated. Thanks