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Date:      Wed, 7 Feb 1996 10:09:16 -0500 (EST)
From:      Peter Dufault <dufault@hda.hda.com>
To:        root@netviewer.dnet.it.com
Cc:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Fujitsu SCSI DISK
Message-ID:  <199602071509.KAA25954@hda.hda.com>
In-Reply-To: <9602071321.AA37298@netviewer.dnet.it> from "root@netviewer.dnet.it.com" at Feb 7, 96 09:52:38 am

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> I have a IBM Pentium 75 and I put a SCSI DISK FUJITSU on it. Now at boot it
> says that there isnīt a disk on. Now I need some help. If someone could give me
> it I should be very grateful.
> Matti

You need to supply more information.  Is this the only disk?  Are you
running FreeBSD already?  Are you installing?  Etc.

Please specify more details about the computer, including the SCSI
host adapter and the version of the OS you are trying to boot.

Is this the only disk? Does the BIOS see the disk?  Do you have any
SCSI utilities that came with your host adapter that will let you
probe the bus to see if the disk is connected and responding OK?

If you can boot, boot with verbose (specify "-v" to the boot prompt)
and include the kernel output when the system scans that scsi bus
(redirect output of dmesg to a file and edit it).

-- 
Peter Dufault               Real-Time Machine Control and Simulation
HD Associates, Inc.         Voice: 508 433 6936
dufault@hda.com             Fax:   508 433 5267



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