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By kagi87 ·
I was using CD WRITER Connected to a SCSII card
and now it has stopped working and windows is showing conflict to the scsii card and the cd writer icon is not visible in the my computer and when I go in the BIOS setup I don't see any SCSII card option my bios is AMI so what can I do to solve the problem

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by Ewai In reply to SCSI I card configuration

You won't find much in the BIOS if anything at all. I have similar setup. I'm using XP so do not have resource conflict issues, but assume you are on a win9x variant? Sounds like you have to solve your conflict if you want to use the SCSI card again.
When you boot up do you see the SCSI card attempting to detect the CD drive? If so does it detect it?
Have you installed any new hardware recently that could account for the conflict? If so take it out again and see if you get the SCSI CD back.
Hope this helps

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by kagi87 In reply to SCSI I card configuration

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by TheChas In reply to SCSI I card configuration

Start by double checking the SCSI cable, and verifying that the end of line terminator is in place.

Next, from device manager, remove the CD drive and SCSI card.
Re-boot, and allow Windows to re-install the driver for the SCSI card.

Chas

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