XP Pro won’t recognize JumpDrive 2. Thanks for sharings xo There are a few lines in the dvsjs. I then left the folder on my D: It gave me the pop up window about an unsigned driver, which I clicked through and finished the installation. Thursday, October 6, 8: Correspondingly, the following section exists immediately after the above heading in both of these.
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AHA 2940UW XP TREIBER WINDOWS 7
I was beginning to wonder if you still monitor this page. Brian Grant, Dec 2, The only thing I can think of at this time aga-2940uw that I have seen. Anyway, hats off to you — thanks for making the internet a better place. Wednesday, December 25, First, thank you for your very clear post. Does not work for me on Windows 10 64bit system.
[SOLVED] Adaptec AHAUW WinXP Driver – VideoHelp Forum
Can you give me more details? Saturday, October 2, 8: On the download, there are three files.
My hardware ID has four entries, which are as follows: Best regards Thomas Henden, from Oslo, Norway! File Services and Storage https: I should also have said that after I uninstalled it, I added the device as legacy hardware through Device Manager.
What happened between “still no success” and the “success” of July 39th? Proposed as answer by msrvs Tuesday, June 14, 4: Was this review helpful?
I’d call it aha-29940uw miracle! Why it works via this one screen I’ve no idea. Instead of typing in the hardware ID, I copied and pasted it into the.
Can anyone force windows 7 X64 to accept Adaptec AHA SCSI card?
Perhaps you could correct my mistake. Saturday, January 29, Friday, October 9, 5: What utility am I looking for please? Let me know if you get it working. My hardware ID has four entries, which are as follows:. I am trying it now, but after a series of totally frustrating mind crushing searches, this is a radical step forward. Heres the step by step for windows 7.
I have uninstalled this device but Device Manager keeps picking it up as new hardware. Apparently, WinXP bit can use the aic78u2. I would try going through the install steps again, or as another adapteec stated after getting it to work: What I am thinking of trying, however, is to insert the sections from the U2.