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I was wondering if anyone is using a 1GB SCSI drive

On 94 Sep 28 at 10:41, Gerald Feldman wrote:

>> One thing to watch out for: in the setup menu for the 1542 
>> (the one you get to by typing Control-A during boot), there 
>> is an option to "enable DOS translation for >1GB drives".  
>> You must make sure that 

 GF> Good point Mark. However, I have a 1542B to which this des 
 GF> not apply. 

Adaptec will send you, free of charge on request, BIOS ROM set v3.20 for the
1542B.  This ROM set will support the same translation for support of up to 8
GB drives below the 1024-cylinder boundary.  Call (800)959-scsi for info.
-- Mike

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