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Topic Title: SCSI & RAID Controllers - Microsoft Adaptec driver v5.1.2600.5512
Topic Summary: Windows cannot determine the settings for this device (code 34)
Created On: 02/16/2011 12:51 PM
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Answer This question was answered by daveandrogan382, on Friday, February 18, 2011 6:15 PM

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I have been informed that the adapter may have failed, so unless anyone has any information to the contrary I shall take this as the answer.

I have no need for this facility at this time and disabling it has no detrimental affect. If at some time in the future I do require it I shall have to get a technician to test the actual adapter inside the computer.

Thank you reading my post.
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Sorry, but I placed this troubleshooting post in the wrong section (specifications) so that is why it is duplicated here.

I think this is the correct place for it. The other post in Older Processor Info and Specs needs deleting.

There is an error with the configuration of the SCSI & RAID Controller in Device Manager here ...



Microsoft has now blocked my closing this Resources window until the I/O & IRQ forced configuration is set ...





Can you please help me to do this because I am unable to log off Windows until these settings have been set. These settings are for advanced users and I do not have the technical knowledge to do it.
I have included a list of the current IRQ's & I/O's I just need help allocating the correct ranges to the Adaptec Driver.

I have also inserted the original driver floppy which came with the computer and clicked the update button to complete that process. No changes were made.

SCSI & RAID Controllers:
Adaptec AHA-151X / AHA-152X or AIC-6260 / AIC-6360 Host Adaptor (non pnp)

Driver version: version 5.1.2600.5512 Date: 01/07/2001

I also have this event application error logged ...

Faulting application ctsysvol.exe, version 1.4.1.0, faulting module unknown, version 0.0.0.0, fault address 0x00985af3.

Start / Programs / Accessories / System Tools / System Information

System Resource Information - IRQ's



System Resource Information - I/O's



Edited: 02/16/2011 at 07:55 PM by daveandrogan382
 02/18/2011 06:14 PM
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I have been informed that the adapter may have failed, so unless anyone has any information to the contrary I shall take this as the answer.

I have no need for this facility at this time and disabling it has no detrimental affect. If at some time in the future I do require it I shall have to get a technician to test the actual adapter inside the computer.

Thank you reading my post.
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