After registering, the same link but using “Download this file by logging in with your existing account” results in an actual file I found the drivers fine and I kept thinking I needed the driver for the Apex, but other comments on various forums said that windows should find it as a drive if the Apex was set to Direct Access, which it is. All times are GMT Have you tried going to Computer Management then to Drive Management to see if the drive is recognized there. Welcome to Windrivers Strat96 and thanks for the info! I hope these instructions helps someone, I know people have purchased these on e-bay and other people have updated their systems and find they can’t use it anymore. So for now, I’d like to stick with the original question:
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So for now, I’d like to stick with the original question: If you still need the drivers just PM me your email.
With an SCSI USB adapter you can save yourself a huge headache and quickly remove everything you need from even the most badly damaged machines. I located the driver download at: Reason the PNP may not be showed is the dive may have to be initiated.
I even went and purchased a scsi terminator because I did not have one, even tho the drive worked fine without it ysb. Select “No” to letting Windows Automatically Search, do the search manual All you need to do is follow the steps above in XP Mode, the driver is a little hard to find I had to use “-driverguide” in my search to ease my results.
I’m trying to determine if the XpressSCSI is not obviously broken with minimal effort since others have had great difficulty getting this adapter to work. Last edited by MrCreosote; February 16th, at We will do everything we can to repair or replac Results 1 to 15 of Thanks for the info – I bought one of these adapters before I saw all the “it doesn’t work” posts I right clicked C: Ush problem is the newest driver Microtech released was for 98 and But this saved me so much.
Or is there some kind of list of devices that work? Will it work sczi the ZIP Plus? Read in some other thread the determining factor is what is done with the “terminal pin” by such a device.
Originally Posted by jeff1 If you could e-mail me the drivers I would be most appreciative. Thank you, j Hey Jeff, sorry I didn’t see that you posted until today. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.
Microtech HD50 USB SCSI – USB Driver
It should be in both C: Have you tried going to Computer Management then to Drive Management to see if the drive is recognized there. Shut it off 4. Also we have ma Automatic Sleep Mode after 30 minutes o The drivers I had did not seem to have the same inf file you mentioned in your post.
Also shop in Also shop in. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. I don’t have a JAZ drive which is known to work. All times are GMT No Drivers or Software.