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Date:      Sat, 11 Feb 1995 02:03:58 -0800
From:      David Greenman <davidg@Root.COM>
To:        Barry Edwards <>
Cc:        FreeBSD <>
Subject:   Re: SCSI Support: DPT cards 
Message-ID:  <199502111004.CAA00145@corbin.Root.COM>
In-Reply-To: Your message of "11 Feb 95 03:35:24 EST." <950211083523_100203.2232_FHH34-1@CompuServe.COM> 

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>I have an EISA (ASUS motherboard) with a DPT (PM2122 + 1MB cache) SCSI card.
>Your list of supported SCSI cards does not include this manufacturer's card. I
>have tried loading FreeBSD 2.0 and this does not recognise my hard disks (2
>Maxtor 525MB+1.2GB).
>To some extent, I expected this to happen. Perhaps you can suggest some things I
>may try? Is there anybody I can contact whom you know is working on a driver? I
>am willing to try myself (writing a driver, that is), but should clearly have to
>get something up and running before I do any development.
>I would really appreciate some assistance.

   Unfortunately, you're right: We don't have support for that card. The only
thing I could suggest would be to get a used Adaptec 1542B, 1542CF, or perhaps
something EISA like a Buslogic 747...but even used, this is going to cost a
fair bit of money.


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